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Flash Thompson

Flash Thompson
Real Name: Eugene Thompson
Occupation: N/A
Birth Place: Forest Hills, Queens, New York
Identity: N/A
Aliases: Venom
Relatives: N/A
Group Affiliation: Daily Bugle
Base of Operations: N/A
Origin: None
First Appearance
Amazing Fantasy #15 (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
 
 #15 (v1)
12: Amazing Fantasy #15 (v1)
   
"Spider-Man! "
A young, brilliant teenager attending a science exhibit of radioactive experiments is bitten by a radioactive spider. With his new found power he discovers that he can make his wildest dreams come true, until he is forced to learn a costly lesson.
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Published: Aug. 1962
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Fantasy #2 (v1) [A Story]
56: Amazing Spider-Man #2 (v1) [A Story]
   
"Duel to the Death With The Vulture! "
The Vulture, a thief with razor sharp wings and agility of a bird of prey targets Spider-man, who will have to keep his wits about him to defeat this villain.
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Published: May 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: John Duffy
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #2 (v1) [B Story]
57: Amazing Spider-Man #2 (v1) [B Story]
   
"The Uncanny Threat of the Terrible Tinkerer "
The Tinkerer has strange out-worldly inventions that even the scientist Peter Parker has never seen before. The only thing more mysterious than his machines are his motives.
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Published: May 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker:
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1)
66: Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1)
   
"Spider-Man Versus Doctor Octopus "
Doctor Otto Octavious, a brilliant atomic scientist, is caught in an explosion when one of his experiments goes wrong, causing his brain damage and the mechanical arm apparatus he was wearing to fuse to his vertebrae. The demented Doctor still strives to carry on with his experiments and no one will stop him. Not even Spider-man!
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Published: July 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: John Duffy
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #4 (v1)
84: Amazing Spider-Man #4 (v1)
   
"Nothing Can Stop the Sandman "
Flint Marko, an escapee from a maximum security prison and on the FBI's most wanted list, has started to rob banks. Spider-man stands in his way but soon discovers that there is a reason Flint is known as the Sandman!
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Published: Sept. 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Steve Ditko
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #5 (v1)
86: Amazing Spider-Man #5 (v1)
   
"Marked for Destruction by Dr. Doom! "
Dr. Doom seeks an ally and believes that Spider-Man's strength combined with his could defeat the Fantastic Four forever. Naturally he is turned down by our hero but Dr. Doom teaches Spider-man that to not be with him is to be against him.
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Published: Oct. 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #6 (v1)
106: Amazing Spider-Man #6 (v1)
   
"Face-to-Face with the Lizard! "
In the swamps of Florida, a creature has appeared and is terrorizing the local inhabitants. The Bugle has issued a provocation on Spider-man to defeat this abomination and so Peter Parker finds himself traveling to Florida. Where Spider-man will face off against the Lizard!
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Published: Nov. 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1)
112: Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1)
   
"The Return of the Vulture "
The Vulture has broken out of prison and created a new flying device. Spider-man can no longer rely on his anti-magnetic inverter to defeat him as he renews his terror on New York.
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Published: Dec. 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Steve Ditko
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #8 (v1) [A Story]
122: Amazing Spider-Man #8 (v1) [A Story]
   
"The Terrible Threat of the Living Brain "
A humanoid robot begins to run amok in Peter Parker's high school when two technicians accidentally short circuit the control panel. Now it is up to Spider-man to stop this Living Brain.
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Published: Jan. 1964
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #9 (v1)
144: Amazing Spider-Man #9 (v1)
   
"The Man Called Electro! "
Max Dillon was an ordinary electric pole-man when a lightning bolt struck him, giving him the power to generate electricity from his own body! Now as Electro nothing can stop him from taking anything he wants except the amazing Spider-man!
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Published: Feb. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
           
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