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2058: Marvel Team-Up #24 (v1)

" Moondog is Another Name for Murder! "
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Marvel Team-Up #24 (v1)
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Editor-in-Chief: Len Wein
Cover Artists: Gil Kane, John Romita Sr.
Writers: Len Wein
Pencilers: Jim Mooney
Inkers: Sal Trapani
Colourists: Glynis Wein (Oliver)
Letterers: John Costanza
Editors: Roy Thomas
Cover Date: August 1974
Release Date: May 1974
Story Arc: -
Pages: 18
Cover Price: $0.25
Times Read: 203                 Times Rated: 120
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Universes:   Earth-616  
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Amazing Spider-Man #137 (v1)
Amazing Spider-Man #138 (v1)
Marvel Team-Up #24 (v1)
Giant-Size Fantastic Four #2
Frankenstein #12
2056: Amazing Spi...
#137 (v1)
2057: Amazing Spi...
#138 (v1)
 
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#2
2060: Frankenstei...
#12
 
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Spider-Man is in a playful mood on this, a quiet night of web-slinging. However, as is usually the case on a quiet night for Spider-Man, there comes a shattering scream.
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Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  Spider-Man
Spider-Man last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #138 (v1). Spider-Man next appears in Marvel Team-Up #25 (v1).
     
  Brother Voodoo
Brother Voodoo last appeared in Tales of the Zombie #10 (v1). Brother Voodoo next appears in Tomb of Dracula #34 (v1).
     
Supporting Characters
  Daniel Drumm
Daniel Drumm last appeared in Tales of the Zombie #10 (v1). Daniel Drumm next appears in Tomb of Dracula #34 (v1).
     
 
Equipment, Items & Vehicles
Web-Shooters
Web-Shooters last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #138 (v1). Web-Shooters next appears in Marvel Team-Up #25 (v1).
 
     
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RikerDonegal
   February 9, 2015
#24 finds Brother Voodoo and Spider-Man up against a cult. Another one?! BV sure fights a lot of very similar cults.

The presence of Spider-Man adds a bit of spark to the story. After seven stories with Brother Voodoo the reader still knows virtually nothing about his personality. Nothing much about who he actually is. We just know his powers, and his habit of referring to himself in the third person. And we know that the narration, no matter who the writer is, loves to refer to him as a Ďlegendí. Meh.

5/10
 
 
 
 
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  Redsvetz Says:    
  2012-09-13 09:16:35  
  A play about voodoo and Moondog is in town?!? That can't just be a coincidence! On no, a sacrifice! Ugh! Brother Voodoo is just not interesting. Looks like the readers of the time agreed with me, as he kinda disappears after this issue for a while.  
 
 

  green_flame_616 Says:    
  2012-12-07 20:23:30  
  Is it just me or did someone at Marvel reaaaally want Brother Voodoo to catch on?  
 
 

  heman0420 Says:    
  2015-03-22 22:13:33  
  Brother Voodoo is a lame superhero with a lame arch nemesis. Not too happy with Team Up so far.  
 
 

  TheAmazingGatorMan Says:    
  2015-05-18 19:30:50  
  Oh brother this was horrible.  
 
 

  illcom94 Says:    
  2015-07-16 11:42:54  
  Team ups are getting worse...  
 
 

  j52y Says:    
  2015-08-19 02:06:16  
  Even if the story isn't good, I always enjoy the team up aspect of this series. This was the first issue that I didn't like at all.  
 
 

  duncanm Says:    
  2015-10-08 14:55:11  
  It really did feel like they were from totally different worlds, so it really didn't mesh well. Perfect example of this is the end, when Voodoo decides to kill a bitch and Spidey's just like "No".
The burning at the stake scene made no sense for Spider-Man. This is a guy that can juggle cars and he's having trouble with some ropes and a stump? He can spring stories into the air but he can't jump the 7feet to free himself? How did his cocoon save him when his regular webbing isn't fire-proof? How did he create the cocoon when his arms were tied behind his back? How did he undo his bindings while in the cocoon?
 
 
 

  dadoodoflow Says:    
  2017-09-05 10:14:43  
  Whatís with the dialogue announcing what we are seeing in the art? I thought we had moved past that, isnít Wein one of the writers responsible for that shift?

When Moondog fells them with laughter, was anyone else, of a certain age, reminded of the old 7-Up commercials with Geoffrey Holder?

This was an ok issue, i havenít read any of the previous Brother Voodoo issues - Nice to see some Jim Mooney

Now Playing: If you havenít already go and discover the composer Moondog, some interesting pieces...at least look up his bio, he was quite the character (Or: Paul McCartney ďLive and Let DieĒ)






 
 
 

  Russ Says:    
  2017-11-02 19:00:23  
  I agree they were trying to give Brother Voodoo wider exposure; that's part of what Marvel Team-Up and Marvel Two-in-One were about, to occasionally give some of the lesser characters some time in the spotlight. Thing is, this might've been better served in Brother's own feature in Strange Tales; it was just like any other story from that series, And it felt like Spidey was only along for the ride and getting in his way. I sure never expected Brother Voodoo to be so show-offy about his powers. It's like he was created so Marvel could say they have another black super-hero; he hasn't served any other real purpose in his appearances so far.

I find it kind of amazing now that Marvel has so many cults in modern times that require human sacrifices. It sucks being a beautiful young woman in New York or Louisiana.

2 stars. Too much suspension of belief here, and the ending with the reveal of Moondog was kinda lame.
 
 
 

  Katryn Says:    
  2018-01-01 23:01:23  
  Wait, so did Brother Voodoo know that Spider-Man was going to catch the guy after Moondog left? Remind me not to get possessed by evil spirits with him around.  
 
 

 
 
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