This is another short-lived weekly from Britain's Annex of Ideas.
HAVOC clocked-up only nine weeks in the newsagents, over the summer of 1991, before vanishing without warning.
The formula revolved around Marvel's anti-heroes, with serialised colour reprints of DEATHLOK, CONAN THE BARBARIAN, GHOST RIDER (nineties incarnation), STAR SLAMMERS and - based on the live-action movies - ROBOCOP*
The first issue came with a free cover-mounted (secured by the lower staple) booklet with background information on the featured characters. When removed, below, the full cover became visible
Despite its early demise, Marvel UK head honcho Paul Neary said in interviews that HAVOC pointed the way for the company to produce its own all-original-material comic, a plan that became GENESIS '92 aka OVERKILL.
* I remember reading somewhere (possibly a copy of COMICS INTERNATIONAL) that M-UK had hitherto resisted reprinting these US strips because the British creative team, Alan Grant and Lee Sullivan, wouldn't receive any royalties for international editions.