"The Night Gwen Stacy Died" is a story arc of the Marvel Comics comic book series The Amazing Spider-Man #121–122 (June–July 1973), that became a watershed event in the life of the superhero Spider-Man, one of popular culture's most enduring and recognizable fictional characters.
"Maximum Carnage" is a fourteen-part comic book crossover published in Marvel Comics' Spider-Man family of titles in 1993. It featured Spider-Man, Venom, and a host of other superheroes teaming up to face Venom's murderous offspring Carnage and his team of supervillains.
"One More Day" starts in The Amazing Spider-Man #544, continues in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #24 and The Sensational Spider-Man #41, and concludes in Amazing Spider-Man #545. After his Aunt May has been shot, Spider-Man seeks help to save her life.
Our lists of essential Spider-Man issues, based off of our popular Spider-Man Reading Order, highlight these characters or moments and selects the most important ones. This makes it easier for you to read the source material associated to these subjects by removing the fluff, keeping just the essential Spider-Man issues you need to read.
"Brand New Day" is a comic book storyline in The Amazing Spider-Man, published by Marvel Comics beginning in 2008. It chronicles the start of Spider-Man's adventures in the aftermath of the status quo-altering "One More Day" storyline, and continues afterwards into "Spider-Man: Big Time".
"Big Time" is a series of comic book storylines in The Amazing Spider-Man, published by Marvel Comics from 2010 to 2011. It follows the 102 consecutive issues of the "Brand New Day" publishing scheme and is the first shift in publishing for The Amazing Spider-Man since "Brand New Day" began.
The original "Grim Hunt" storyline ran through Amazing Spider-Man #634 through issue #637. In this arc Spider-Man faced a resurrected Kraven the Hunter. Kraven's family was responsible for his resurrection as well as the death of a few supporting characters.
Spider-Man 2099 #1 was written by Peter David, pencilled by Rick Leonardi, inked by Al Williamson, and lettered by Rick Parker. David named the character after his friend, actor Miguel Ferrer. Spider-Man 2099 #1 is the highest-selling single issue of any comic written by Peter David.
Spider-Man’s origin is one of the best and rightly so. It is powerful and has elements that the reader can relate to on a human level. Amazing Spider #15 is worth large amounts of money so I suggest one of three options. 1. Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 1. 2. Essential Amazing Spider-Man vol. 1. 3. OR track down a reprint of the story.
When Marvel became the first comic book company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1991, the Wall Street Journal announced "Spider-Man is coming to Wall Street"; the event was in turn promoted with an actor in a Spider-Man costume accompanying Stan Lee to the Stock Exchange.
Spider-Man No More was told in Amazing spider-Man #50 and can be read in Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 5 or Essential Amazing Spider-Man vol. 3. It is also available digitally. The Night Gwen Stacy Died. Written by Gerry Conway. Art by Gil Kane.
Unknown to Spider-Man, the machine was actually a prison that contained an alien symbiote, which copied Spider-Man's thoughts about the costume worn by Spider-Woman, and created a duplicate of it. Both during and after the Secret War, Spider-Man learned that the costume could respond to his thoughts, change its shape, and create a seemingly unlimited amount of organic webbing.
One of, if not the best Spider-Man runs out there! Between "The Kid Who Collected Spider-Man", the 2 part "Nothing Stops the Juggernaut", the Hobgoblin appearances, seeing Peter in the lab, new villains that didn't suck (like Rapier), the Captain Marvel story... GREAT STORIES! Stern wrote some kick ass Doctor Strange and Avengers books, too.
Spider-Man: Blue is a tribute to the era of Spider-Man when the dynamic of the title was closer to a romance series with super heroics. Throughout this miniseries, Peter gives an audio love letter to Gwen Stacy as he reminisces on when he first fell in love with her.
Doctor Octopus rarely takes a body blow from Spider-Man due to the insane speed of the Doctor's mechanical arms. More than fast enough to keep up with Spider-Man's preternatural quickness, what is usually depicted is Spider-Man spends most of his time on defensive and if Spider-Man is just fast enough, Doctor Octopus' arms protect him by instinctively blocking at the last moment, protecting his face/body like a boxer.
Spider-Man in the Iron Spider suit. Civil War. Despite misgivings and with the support of his family, Peter initially sided with mentor Iron Man in support of superhero registration, after being unsure initially, as he felt that heroes needed to get public support for their actions.
Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man was an ongoing monthly comic book series published by Marvel Comics that debuted in September 2011 as part of the second re-launch of the Ultimate Marvel imprint. It followed the "Death of Spider-Man" storyline that concluded the series Ultimate Spider-Man, to which Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man served as a sequel.
Stern's original plan was to have the mystery of the Hobgoblin's identity run exactly one issue longer than that of the Green Goblin's identity, meaning the truth would be revealed in The Amazing Spider-Man #264. However, Stern left the series after The Amazing Spider-Man #251. Editor Tom DeFalco took his place.
Spider-Man Comics Magazine #1-13 (January 1987 – 1988) Spider-Man Comics Weekly #1-666 [Marvel UK, b&w reprints] (February 1973 - December 1985) Limited series Mainstream continuity. The Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #1-4 (May–August 1991). First Spider-Man mini-series.
Spider-Man: Died in Your Arms Tonight Hard Cover #1 (Marvel Comics) - This one’s got it all! The return of Doctor Octopus, Daredevil, a wedding you never predicted, and the return of one of the most important people in Peter Parker’s life in a giant-sized story by Dan Slott and John Romita Jr. Doc’s back in town, but it’s ...
Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six is a video game featuring the Marvel Comics characters Spider-Man and the Sinister Six, developed by Bits Studios and published by LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. Versions of the game were also released for the Sega Master System and Game Gear by the Flying Edge division of Acclaim.
Comic series that is set in the past of Spider-man, it is counted in regular continuity since characters such as Batwing and Scorcher make their first appearances in this series. The series had two annuals, Untold Tales of Spider-Man '96 and Untold Tales of Spider-Man '97.
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