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Amazing Spider-Man #1a (v1)
Amazing Spider-Man (v1)
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Published From: 1963-2012
Cover Price Range: $0.12 - $3.99
# of Issues: 550
# of Essential Issues: 157
 
Writers
Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Archie Goodwin, Len Wein, Bill Mantlo, Marv Wolfman, Jim Starlin, David Michelinie, Roger Stern, Dennis O'Neil, Michael Fleisher, Mike Barr, J.M. DeMatteis, Jan Strnad, Tom DeFalco, Bob Layton, Craig Anderson, Peter David, James Owsley (Christopher Priest), Adam Blaustein, Mary Jo Duffy, Ron Frenz, Ann Nocenti, Al Milgrom, and more ...
Artists
Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, John Romita Sr., John Buscema, Gil Kane, Sal Buscema, Ross Andru, Keith Pollard, Jim Starlin, John Byrne, Al Milgrom, Jim Mooney, John Romita Jr., Alan Weiss, Luke McDonnell, Bob McLeod, Winslow Mortimer, Alan Kupperberg, Bob Hall, Rick Leonardi, Ron Frenz, Bob Layton, Paty Cockrum, Charles Vess, Mike Harris, Brett Breeding, and more ...
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #1a (v1)
49: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #1a
   
"Spider-Man "
Peter and his aunt continue to struggle after the death of Uncle Ben.
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Published: Mar. 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 #1b (v1)
50: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #1b
   
"Spider-Man vs. the Chameleon "
A new criminal has been using his mastery of disguises to pull off thefts across the city.
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Published: Mar. 1963
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker:
Letterer: Jon D'Agostino
Cover: Jack Kirby
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #2a (v1)
53: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #2a
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #2b (v1)
54: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #2b
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1)
63: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #3
   
"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)
81: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #4
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #5 (v1)
83: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #5
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #6 (v1)
102: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #6
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1)
108: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #7
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #8a (v1)
118: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #8a
   
"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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1)
119: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #8b
   
"Spider-Man Tackles the Torch "
Spider-man crashes a private party he finds himself face to face with the Human Torch.
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Published: Jan. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #9 (v1)
140: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #9
   
"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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Amazing Spider-Man #10 (v1)
143: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #10
   
"The Enforcers! "
A new crime lord has started to take over the New York syndicates. His name is the Big Man and with his Enforcers to back him up it seems that only Spider-man has the power to stop him.
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Published: Mar. 1964
EIC:
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Jack Kirby
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Attachments Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #11 (v1)
157: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #11
   
"Turning Point "
After serving his prison term Doctor Otto Octavius has been released! Meanwhile Peter Parker is dealing with his feelings over the disappearance of Betty Brant. Will this affect him as Spider-man when he may have to stop Doctor Octopus for the second time?!
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Published: April 1964
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
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #12 (v1)
159: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #12
   
"Unmasked By Doctor Octopus! "
Doctor Octopus escaped from Spider-man in Philadelphia and has been on a crime spree ever since. Finally returning to New York to confront his nemesis, he kidnaps Betty Brant and uses her as bait to get a confrontation with the amazing Spider-man!
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Published: May 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
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #13 (v1)
169: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #13
   
"The Menace of... Mysterio! "
Spider-man has turned to crime?! Even Peter Parker doesn't know if he is guilty or not but there is one man who has the answers; the infamous Mysterio!
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Published: June 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
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #14 (v1)
189: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #14
   
"The Grotesque Adventure of the Green Goblin "
Spider-man is starring in a movie directed by the Oscar winning B.J. Cosmos. In a fight scene with the Enforcers and the Green Goblin, Spider-man realizes that they are not actors but the real thing!
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Published: July 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
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #15 (v1)
207: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #15
   
"Kraven the Hunter! "
The Chameleon has returned! Realizing that Spider-man needs to be eliminated before he can take hold of the crime world, he hires the most dangerous stalker on Earth to find and destroy our hero, Kraven the Hunter!
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Published: Aug. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
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 #16 (v1)
210: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #16
   
"Duel with Daredevil "
Spider-man performs at a circus for charity. What he doesn't know is that the Ring-master is running the show!
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Published: Sept. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #17 (v1)
227: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #17
   
"The Return of the Green Goblin! "
Flash Thomson has started a Spider-man fan club and promises that Spider-man will appear in person. Spidey hears his call but finds that one of the fans is the Human Torch and the Green Goblin?!
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Published: Oct. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #18 (v1)
228: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #18
   
"The End of Spider-Man! "
Aunt May is recovering from a heart attack and Peter Parker has to be there for her. Unable to risk his life, while as Spider-man, he will have to avoid every encounter with his enemies!
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Published: Nov. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #19 (v1)
236: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #19
   
"Spidey Strikes Back! "
Now that Aunt May is feeling better, Peter Parker is free to act as Spider-man once again! The Enforcers and Sandman have captured the Human Torch and plan to use him as bait to defeat Spider-man once and for all!
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Published: Dec. 1964
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Covered in a Podcast Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #20 (v1)
237: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #20
   
"The Coming of the Scorpion! OR: Spidey Battles Scorpey! "
Why is Peter Parker being followed by a mysterious man? He turns out to be a detective employed by Jameson, who laters accepts Jameson's request to be part of the experiments of Dr.Farley Stillwell. His abilities will be enchanced to those of a scorpion in order for Spiderman to face his strongest foe yet.
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Published: Jan. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Has Letters Column Issue Has Letters Column
 
Flashback Issue
 
Amazing Spider-Man #21 (v1)
276: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #21
   
"Where flies the Beetle...! "
A feud between Johnny and Peter Parker is started over the Johnny's girlfriend. However, they will have to put their differences aside to face the menace of the Beetle.
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Published: Feb. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #22 (v1)
288: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #22
   
"Preeeeeesenting...The Clown, And The Masters Of Menace! "
The Circus of Crime is back and this time they have sacked the Ringmaster from the team and asigned a new leader. They decide to rob an art exhibition where J. Jonah Jameson is visiting.
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Published: Mar. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #23 (v1)
290: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #23
   
"The Goblin And The Gangsters "
The Green Goblin has decided to take control of the city's mafia in order to increase his power, and neither the mafia's kingpin nor Spiderman are going to let him get away with it.
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Published: April 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #24 (v1)
331: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #24
   
"Spider-Man Goes Mad! "
A mysterious psychologist appears at The Daily Bugle, explaining how he believes Spiderman suffers from severe mental disorders. Parker dismisses this but shortly after starts seeing his old foes appear and dissappear at will. Does Spiderman really need a mind check or is there any logical explanation to what's happening?
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Published: May 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #25 (v1)
357: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #25
   
"Captured By J.Jonah Jameson! "
Spencer Smythe offers Jonah Jameson a robot with the ability to track down and capture Spiderman, putting in peril not only Spiderman's safety but also his secret identity.
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Published: June 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #26 (v1)
359: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #26
The Green Goblin vs. the Crime-Master (1 of 2)
   
"The Man in the Crime-Master's Mask! "
Spidey has to a multiple problems. He lost his costumes and the Green Goblin has returned, who now seeks an alliance with a villain called the Crime Master. Has Frederick Foswell has return to crime?
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Published: July 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #27 (v1)
360: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #27
The Green Goblin vs. the Crime-Master (2 of 2)
   
"Bring Back My Goblin to Me! "
Spider-Man is captured by the Green Goblin and turned over to the city gangs to earn their loyalties. Can Spider-Man escape and take on both the Green Goblin and the Crime Master?
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Published: Aug. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments Issue Has a Synopsis
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #28 (v1)
363: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #28
   
"The Menace Of The Molten Man! "
When Dr. Smythe's partner accidentally spills special liquid metal alloy on his skin, changing the mans in amazing and dangerous ways.
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Published: Sept. 1965
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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #29 (v1)
414: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #29
   
"Never Step On A Scorpion! "
The Scorpion has escaped from prison and it's up to Spider-Man to find a way to beat his old foe before Jameson gets hurt.
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Published: Oct. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #30 (v1)
415: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #30
   
"The Claws Of The Cat! "
Spider-man tries to capture a villain and claim a reward while Peter deals with news from Betty Brant.
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Published: Nov. 1965
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #31 (v1)
425: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #31
If This Be My Destiny (1 of 3)
   
"If This Be My Destiny...! "
Peter has started life in college and Aunt May's illness is revealed. Can Peter navigate a social life on campus, worry for his aunt, and his identity as Spider-Man
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Published: Dec. 1965
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
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #32 (v1)
426: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #32
If This Be My Destiny (2 of 3)
   
"Man On A Rampage! "
When part of a cure for Aunt May is stolen by the Master Planner, can Spider-Man get to it before it loses its potency?
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Published: Jan. 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #33 (v1)
427: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #33
If This Be My Destiny (3 of 3)
   
"The Final Chapter! "
Can Spider-Man rescue himself, grab the ingredients for his Aunt's serum, and fight his way out before he succumbs to exhaustion?
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Published: Feb. 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #34 (v1)
442: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #34
   
"The Thrill of the Hunt "
Exuberant at the recovery of his Aunt May, Spider-Man is quickly brought back to Earth by Kraven the Hunter's latest trap. Also, Betty Brant must finally decide whether she can be with Peter.
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Published: Mar. 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam Rosen
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #35 (v1)
443: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #35
   
"The Molten Man Regrets...! "
The Molten Man is released from prison and attempts to rob a jewelry store in disguise so Spider-Man can't prove it was him.
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Published: April 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #36 (v1)
446: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #36
   
"When Falls the Meteor! "
The Looter attempts to steal meteor and Spider-Man is in his way. Meanwhile, Peter tries to become socially accepted as ESU.
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Published: May 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker:
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover:
Issue Has Comments
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #37 (v1)
449: Amazing Spider-Man (v1) #37
   
"Once Upon A Time ,There Was A Robot...! "
Professor Stromm is released from prison and wants revenge on the man who sent him there. Spider-Man comes face to face with the robots created to do the job.
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Published: June 1966
EIC: Stan Lee
Writer: Stan Lee
Penciler: Steve Ditko
Inker: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: Steve Ditko
Issue Has Comments
 
           
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