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Collects Amazing Spider-Man #39-67, Annual #3-5 & Spectacular Spider-Man #1-2, 1966-68. RecommendedThe Stan Lee/John Romita era starts here! Lee and Romita transformed the web-slinger into Marvel’s top title with stories that raised your spirits, tore at your heartstrings and kept you on the edge of your seat. From the revelation of the Green Goblin’s secret identity to the unforgettable entrance of Mary Jane Watson, these classics define Spidey to this day — with star-studded debuts including the Kingpin, the Rhino and Captain Stacy; Spidey’s disastrous first tryout with the Avengers; the iconic “Spider-Man No More!” issue; and an epic battle against the Green Goblin! Marvel, 2021. Condition: Bumped corners.

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The Stan Lee/John Romita era starts here! Lee and Romita transformed the web-slinger into Marvel’s top title with stories that raised your spirits, tore at your heartstrings and kept you on the edge of your seat. From the revelation of the Green Goblin’s secret identity to the unforgettable entrance of Mary Jane Watson, these classics define Spidey to this day — with star-studded debuts including the Kingpin, the Rhino and Captain Stacy; Spidey’s disastrous first tryout with the Avengers; the iconic “Spider-Man No More!” issue; and an epic battle against the Green Goblin!

The wonderful Steve Ditko co-created Spider-Man with Stan in 1963 and drew the strip right up to the previous issue, #38. The last few issues were some of his finest, but as you may have read, or can read in the new Ditko Shrugged, Steve left Marvel abruptly and refused to ever look back. John Romita was faced with the task of carrying on from a master craftsman of comics. His style was not as quirky and offbeat and unusual as Ditko’s, and it took a little time to settle in. But settle in he did, and it was this era of Spidey art and story that indeed defines the character even more than Ditko’s. All the characters in the box office hit films came from this era and were fleshed out and defined under Lee and Romita in these issues.

Also with art assists by Larry Lieber, Jim Mooney, and Marie Severin.

Amazing Spider-Man #39-67, 1963; Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3-5, 1963; Spectacular Spider-Man #1-2, 1968. [Dates refer to when the title started, not when the issues were published].

Condition: Bumped corners.

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