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Amazing Spider-Man part 5 , Spider-Man. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Other — see grading notes Cracking to upper right edge of slab. Wikinews is not responsible for the content of external sites. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. After Spidey unmasks the Prowler, he listens to his story and decides to let him go.
Reprinted in Marvel Tales 15 and Second appearance of the Beetle in Where Flies the Beetle! Reprinted in Marvel Tales 16 and Spider-Man pin-up by Ditko.
Reprinted in Marvel Tales 17 and Reprinted in Marvel Tales 18 and Spider-Man goes to see a psychiatrist! Reprinted in Marvel Tales 19 and Letters to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor and mycomicshop. Jonah Jameson, an inventor named Smythe comes in with a robot guaranteeing the destruction of Spider-Man; Since Peter needs money bad, he eggs Jameson on to hear out the wacky inventor; Smythe shows how his robot instantly shoots out steel tentacles at the hint of a spider's presence and grabs a hold of Peter, much to his surprise; Jameson is given a remote control and they agree to a deal; Betty is furious with Peter for trying to trap Spider-Man, not understanding his true reasons; Peter shows up at school and has Flash Thompson waiting to fight him as he hangs around Liz Allan too much to his liking; As Peter exits school, he sees the robot and begins to run; Flash, thinking he's running away from a fight runs after Peter; First appearance of Spencer Smythe.
Reprinted in Marvel Tales 20 and Reprinted in Marvel Tales 21 and Letter to the editor from comics writer Steve Gerber. Cover by Steve Ditko. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 22 and Jonah Jameson used to try and beat Spiderman with; During that battle Parker had to remove his costume in order to escape; While there he witnesses an argument between Smythe and a man named Raxton, which results in an accident turning Raxton into, the Molten Man; At first Raxton is confused when he walks out of the lab, but on the street he gets mad at a driver and smashes the car with his fists; Realizing his power Raxton decides he can be a super villain, but before he can do anything Spiderman comes in through his window and asks Raxton to turn himself in stating that so far no major crimes have been committed; A fight ensues; Peter graduates from high school.
The Merry Marvel Bullpen Page. This is a very difficult book to find in the higher grades because the black cover easily shows virtually every imperfection, no matter how minor. Never Step on a Scorpion! Jonah Jameson. First appearance of the Cat not the same character who would be introduced in "The Cat" 1 from who would later become Tigra.
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Ad for Marvel T-Shirts. A letter from Jack C. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 23 and Meanwhile, the Master Planner is stealing scientific gadgets. Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 24 and In a battle with Doctor Octopus, Spider-Man gets trapped under tons of steel.
Reprinted in Marvel Tales 25 and The Final Chapter! One of Spidey's classic moments is captured in the first 5 pages as he struggles to escape from underneath tons of steel! Reprinted in Marvel Tales 26 and Jonah Jameson to get Spider-Man to come out for a re-match of their last fight.
Letter to the editor from comics editor Richard Pini Elfquest. The Molten Man Regrets! Reprinted in Marvel Tales 28 and When Falls the Meteor!
He uses these new powers to become the Looter to fund his scientific research. This is Ditko's final issue of Spider-Man. Cover art by John Romita. How Green Was My Goblin! According to Les Daniels in "Marvel: Ditko wanted it to be someone anonymous--a new, unknown guy; Lee wanted it to be a familiar character that would startle readers.
Cover by pencils by John Romita Sr. Green Goblin origin in Spidey Saves the Day!. Cover pencils by John Romita Sr. First appearance of the Rhino in The Horns of the Rhino! Demeo and John Romita Sr. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 30 and Third appearance of Mary Jane cameo; first time face is shown.
Cover by John Romita Sr. Rhino, Foggy Nelson from Daredevil , and Dr. He returns to Earth where he gains super strength; Spider-Man is mistakenly accused of robbing a bank so Jameson decides to try to capture him with his new super powers. Ad for the M. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 31 and Cover by John Romita Sr.. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 32 and Connors reacts from The Rhino antidote he was previously working on and turns into The Lizard; Realizing this, he runs away but is spotted by his son Billy; The Lizard plots his human conquest and plans to defeat Spider-Man.
The third appearance of the Lizard in Spidey Smashes Out! Connor's lab to find a formula to transform reptiles into his personal army; Aunt May worries about Peter; The Lizard and Spider-Man battle aboard a train. Reprinted in Marvel Tales 33 and The Wings of the Vulture! Reprinted in Marvel Tales 34 and Reprinted in Marvel Tales 35 and Cover pencils by John Romita. Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon cameos. Frosty Christmas: Santa Christmas: Rudolph Christmas: Vault of Horror EC: Dollar Bin Codeword.
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This collection begins with Amazing Fantasy 15 in , where Spider-Man was first introduced. The character was so popular that they immediately gave him his own title. The series continued through issue in In , the title was rebooted, beginning with a new issue 1. However, they kept track of the old issue numbering and in , released a double-size issue , despite the fact that the previous issue had officially been Beginning with issue , they returned to the old numbering, continuing to issue in , where the collection concludes.
Peter Parker decides to give up his Spider-Man identity once and for all, and throws away his costume. He resumes crimefighting when he remembers that he is fighting for his Uncle Ben.
Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon make cameos. Fred Foswell joins the Kingpin instead of trying to take over as the head of the mob. Kingpin kidnaps J. Kingpin story arc concluded. Fred Foswell dies taking a bullet while defending J. Doctor Octopus returns to steal the nullifier. He sets a trap for Spider-Man and believes he has killed him. Doc Ock becomes a boarder at Aunt May's house. Spider-Man battles him, but Aunt May suffers an attack.
Doc Ock steals the nullifier and uses it on Spider-Man, causing him to forget who he is. Having lost his memory, Spider-Man helps Doctor Octopus. Spider-Man battles Ka-Zar. At the end of the issue, Spider-Man's memory returns. Mary Jane Watson gets a dancing gig at a club, but the club is in fact a trap to brainwash important individuals.
Spider-Man discovers that the Kingpin is behind it all. Captain Stacy realizes he has been brainwashed. Spider-Man saves them from being crushed, but the Kingpin escapes. Spider-Man battles Medusa. The original Vulture is revealed to be alive. The two Vultures battle it out and Drago is defeated. Injured from his battle with the Vulture, Spider-Man is taken to the prison infirmary, but the police don't unmask him. When a riot breaks out, Spider-Man saves Captain Stacy. Mysterio makes Spider-Man believe he's been shrunk down.
Kingpin uses a campus demonstration as a diversion to steal an ancient clay tablet. Spider-Man battles Quicksilver. Return of the Shocker who steals the ancient clay tablet from the Stacy's.
Spider-Man defeats him, but the tablet is missing. Spider-Man tracks the tablet to the Shocker's girlfriend, but he is overcome by Man-Mountain Marko who brings it to Silvermane 1st appearance. Connors is kidnapped to unlock the secrets of the tablet. Silvermane drinks a potion made by Dr. Connor according to the tablet and becomes younger.
Silvermane's potion backfires as he continues to grow younger until he disappears. Connors becomes the Lizard once again. Storyarc with The Prowler concludes. After Spidey unmasks the Prowler, he listens to his story and decides to let him go. Return of Chameleon. Spider-Man battles The Kangaroo.
Spider-Man battles Kingpin and the Schemer. The Schemer is revealed to be Richard Fisk, Kingpin's son. Spider-Man battles Black Widow. Peter Parker reveals to his friends that he is Spider-Man. None of them believe him, as they think that he is ill, which he is. After he recovers Peter gets The Prowler to impersonate Spider-Man so that his friends can be completely convinced that he is not Spider-Man. Captain George Stacy dies when a pile of bricks fall on him due to Doctor Octopus' arms flailing around in a fight with Spider-Man.
Spidey gets a last moment with Captain Stacy up on the rooftop where Stacy tells Peter Parker to take care of his daughter Gwen. Spider-Man is largely blamed for Captain Stacy's death.
After her father's death, Gwen Stacy visits Sam Bullit, who is in a campaign against masked heroes, and offers to help him win his election. Gwen hates Spider-Man and blames him for her father, Captain Stacy's death. Spider-Man battles Iceman. The Prowler believes that Spider-Man is trying to frame him for Stacy's death after having the Prowler dress up as Spider-Man and show up at Stacy's house in issue Spider-Man ends up defeating the Prowler and delivering him to the hospital, and after returning to Gwen's house, he finds out that she has left for London to live with her Aunt and Uncle.
The Beetle takes Aunt May as a hostage at the general store. Spider-Man confronts the Beetle and saves Aunt May.
Drug Issues part 1; not approved by Comics Code Authority. Peter Parker takes up a job at Norman Osborn's Chemistry lab. Osborn discovers a Green Goblin storage closet and becomes once again the Goblin. Drug Issues part 2; not approved by Comics Code Authority. Spider-Man battles the Green Goblin. Harry Osborn's drug habit leads to a complete breakdown. Drug Issues part 3; not approved by Comics Code Authority.
Osborn once again returns to normal.
In an attempt to remove his own powers, Spider-Man accidentally grows four extra arms. Spider-Man flees to the Long Island home of Dr. Curt Connors to treat his four arms. The first appearance of Morbius. Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy and J. Jameson travel to the Savage Land to find a strange beast.
They meet Ka-Zar. Jameson commissions a 3rd Spider-Slayer from Dr. Spencer Smythe. Spider-Man's face is revealed to a group of criminals in league with Spencer Smythe.
To throw them off, he creates a mask of his face and removes it when he knows they are watching, revealing his Spider-Man mask. Flash Thompson is kidnapped by monks from Vietnam. Doctor Strange helps Spider-Man save Flash. Aunt May disappears. Spider-Man is preoccupied by Aunt May's disappearance. He comes across a new underworld group run by Doctor Octopus. Doctor Octopus and Hammerhead battle for control of the city. The battle between Hammerhead and Doctor Octopus continues.
Aunt May revealed to be staying at Dr. Octopus's house. Doctor Octopus battles Hammerhead. Spider-Man faces off against mayoral candidate Richard Raleigh, Dr. Thaxton and The Smasher. Spider-Man travels to Canada to speak with a lawyer about a telegram to Aunt May. He battles the Hulk part 1. The Night Gwen Stacy Died. In this landmark issue, the Green Goblin regains his memory and kills Gwen Stacy. He remains dead for 23 years, real time.
In the epilogue, Harry Osborn is revealed to be the person who took the Green Goblin costume off his father's body; he decides to become the Green Goblin. Battle with Vulture III concludes. The Punisher Strikes Twice! Spider-Man battles Hammerhead. Doctor Octopus attempts to wed Aunt May who is to inherit a private Canadian island rich in uranium.
Apparent death of Doctor Octopus and Hammerhead when a nuclear breeder reactor blows up. Liz Allan reappears, after a issue absence. Molten Man revealed to be Liz Allan's step brother. Harry finds out that Peter Parker is Spider-Man when he sees him swing out of the apartment window. Punisher returns. Harry Osborn finds Peter's costume and mask on Peter's dresser.
Spider-Man drives the Spider-Mobile off a dock. Peter and Robbie Robertson travel to Paris to save J. Gwen Stacy's clone part 4. Versus Tarantula. The clone and the Prof. Spider-Man goes to Dr. Connors to do tests to see if he is the Clone. He is attacked by Vulture, Sandman and the Kingpin, but these are just robots created by Dr.
Spencer Smythe who attacks with a new Spider-Slayer. Spider-Man defeats him and proves to himself that he is not the Clone because, despite he and the clone having the same memories, he has feelings for Mary Jane which could only be based on shared experiences after the death of Gwen Stacy.
Thus, he must be the real thing. Spider-Man decides to not read Dr. Connors' lab report. Spider-Man disposes of his clone in a smokestack. He battles the Shocker.