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The Amazing Spider-Man [1963] - 121 [FN-] [5.5]
The Amazing Spider-Man [1963] - 121 [FN-] [5.5]
The Amazing Spider-Man [1963] - 121 [FN-] [5.5]
Brand:Marvel Comics
Product Code:June, 1973
weight:250g
Product Condition:Used
R 5 600,00 inc. tax
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Description

[Turning Point]

Spider-Man / cover / 1 page

Pencils:

John Romita (signed)

Inks:

John Romita (signed)

Colors:

?

Letters:

Danny Crespi ?

Genre:

superhero

Characters:

Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Gwen Stacy; J. Jonah Jameson; Harry Osborn; Norman Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; Ned Leeds; Aunt May Parker; Robbie Robertson; Randy Robertson

The Night Gwen Stacy Died

Spider-Man / comic story / 20 pages

Script:

Gerry Conway

Pencils:

Gil Kane

Inks:

John Romita; Tony Mortellaro

Colors:

David Hunt

Letters:

Artie Simek

Genre:

superhero

Characters:

Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Gwen Stacy (Death); Harry Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; Robbie Robertson; J. Jonah Jameson; VILLAIN: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Aunt May Parker; Flash Thompson

Synopsis:

Harry is raving and bed ridden after once again taking LSD and when his father finds his son's friends gathering around in support, he throws them out. Cracking under the pressure of his damaged son and failing business, Norman regains his memory of being the Green Goblin and the secret identity of his deadliest foe. Trying to get to Spidey where it hurts, the Goblin captures Gwendy and brings her to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. During the fight, Gwen falls from the bridge and when Spider-Man tries to catch her with a web line, her neck snaps.

Indexer Notes

story continues in the following issue

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