It was one of the first comic books my mom ever bought me. It was one of those giant magazine-sized reprints they used to sell in grocery stores and it was the Hulk vs the Inhumans.
Black Bolt’s look and costume punched so many buttons in my head. The lack of obvious boots reminded me of Space Ghost; the nearly uniform black was unheard of at the time (bat man was still in grey with only black boots and a cape); I was sensitized to the antenna because of “The Space Giants” (Goldar, Silvar, and Gam shot energy bolts from their antenna); and he could fly… that was the most important thing. He wasn’t drawn in traditional flight poses either, I really liked those kinds of wings, although I may have seen them first in the Spider Woman cartoon.
In many ways, Black Bolt was the ultimate visual amalgamation of what my tastes wanted in a superhero at the time. I had no idea about the wider Marvel Universe at the time, but I read that magazine to tatters trying to draw Black Bolt and cutting out wing shapes and gluing them to my action figures.