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Spider-Man Comics Weekly. No.4. March 10, 1973
by Lee, Stan Illustrated By Steve Ditko

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It's easy to think of Spider-Man as a cultural icon today, but when he debuted in 1962, it was in the final issue of a low-selling series in a short story that, while a favorite of writer/editor Stan Lee, was given almost no chance of success. The fan response to this decidedly different super hero was enormous, however, and he received his own series scant months later. The rest is history.Relive the tales that forged the legend of the amazing arachnid in this high quality, hardcover volume. All the unforgettable villains that would later comprise Spider-Man's Rogue's Gallery are here: Doctor Octopus, the Vulture, the Sandman and the greatest Spidey villain of all, the Green Goblin. These are some of the best comics ever printed, and will make a fine addition to any collector's bookcase.

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More About Spider-Man Comics Weekly. No.4. March 10, 1973 by Lee, Stan Illustrated By Steve Ditko
 
 
 
Overview

It's easy to think of Spider-Man as a cultural icon today, but when he debuted in 1962, it was in the final issue of a low-selling series in a short story that, while a favorite of writer/editor Stan Lee, was given almost no chance of success. The fan response to this decidedly different super hero was enormous, however, and he received his own series scant months later. The rest is history.Relive the tales that forged the legend of the amazing arachnid in this high quality, hardcover volume. All the unforgettable villains that would later comprise Spider-Man's Rogue's Gallery are here: Doctor Octopus, the Vulture, the Sandman and the greatest Spidey villain of all, the Green Goblin. These are some of the best comics ever printed, and will make a fine addition to any collector's bookcase.

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  • PID: 10872497934
  • Publisher: London, Magazine Management, 1973
  • Seller: Wheen O'Books
    Description: Softcover Comic. 10.25 x 6.75. Week ending March 10, 1973. Good-condition with two punch holes at the edge. Hinge starting to split. Profusley illustrated. Artist-Steve Ditko, Letterer-Art Simek. Supplied in a protective mylar bag. Clean copy.