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Kingpin

Kingpin
Real Name: Wilson Grant Fisk
Occupation: N/A
Birth Place: New York
Identity: N/A
Aliases: N/A
Relatives: N/A
Group Affiliation: Hydra, Emissaries of Evil, Daily Planet (New Earth)
Base of Operations: N/A
Origin: None
First Appearance
Amazing Spider-Man #50 (v1)
Gender: N/A
Height: N/A
Weight: N/A
Eyes: N/A
Hair: N/A
Education: N/A
Universe: N/A
 
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Flashback Issue
 
 #50 (v1)
702: Amazing Spider-Man #50 (v1)
   
"Spider-Man No More! "
Peter turns his back on Spider-Man. Without the vigilante on the loose, The Kingpin of Crime makes his move to unite New York's crime syndicates.
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Published: July 1967
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Mike Esposito
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #51 (v1)
703: Amazing Spider-Man #51 (v1)
   
"In the Clutches of the Kingpin! "
The Kingpin acquires Foswell's allegiance and decides to silence JJJ. Peter, having picked back up his Spider-Man guise, goes against the crime spreading through the city.
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Published: Aug. 1967
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Mike Esposito
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #52 (v1)
704: Amazing Spider-Man #52 (v1)
   
"To Die a Hero! "
To keep his hands from getting dirty, the Kingpin arranges for accompliances to drown Spider-Man and Jameson.
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Published: Sept. 1967
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Mike Esposito
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1)
815: Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1)
   
"The Brand of the Brainwasher! "
Peter straightens out his life after returning from 'missing person' status. He reunites with his friends and heads to a new club where MJ works. Behind the scenes of the new club, though, lurks a dark secret.
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Published: April 1968
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #60 (v1)
816: Amazing Spider-Man #60 (v1)
   
"O, Bitter Victory! "
Peter battles the Kingpin and during the course of the fight winds up with a visual handicap. Unable to physically confront the Kingpin again, Peter decides to investigate what has happened to Captain Stacey, and must make a difficult choice.
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Published: May 1968
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #61 (v1)
817: Amazing Spider-Man #61 (v1)
   
"What a Tangled Web We Weave...! "
Spider-Man tries to find Captain Stacy to ensure he is safe from the Kingpin's men. His search is in vain as both Gwen and her father are captured and taken to the Kingpins' hideout.
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Published: June 1968
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Don Heck
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #68 (v1)
960: Amazing Spider-Man #68 (v1)
   
"Crisis On The Campus! "
Peter is drawn into a social protest over dorms on campus and the Kingpin uses the protesters as a distraction to steal a priceless tablet on display in an exhibit hall.
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Published: Jan. 1969
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Jim Mooney
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover:
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #69 (v1)
961: Amazing Spider-Man #69 (v1)
   
"Mission: Crush The Kingpin! "
The Kingpin sets a trail for Spider-Man to follow leading straight into a trap of bullets. Meanwhile, the campus protesters are held due to the law's belief that they aided the Kingpin.
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Published: Feb. 1969
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Jim Mooney
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #70 (v1)
962: Amazing Spider-Man #70 (v1)
   
"Spider-Man Wanted! "
The police put out an all-points-bulletin on the wall crawler after they become convinced he is in league with the Kingpin, who busts out of prison after his recent arrest.
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Published: Mar. 1969
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Jim Mooney
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #83 (v1)
1182: Amazing Spider-Man #83 (v1)
The Schemer! (1 of 3)
   
"The Schemer! "
The Schemer is the newest racket leader in New York and he's out for the Kingpin's territory. When the gang war for turf escalates, it puts Peter and Gwen in danger. Can even Spider-Man stop the two power hungry men before it's too late?
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Published: April 1970
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: John Romita Sr.
Inker: Mike Esposito
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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