Key Comics & First Appearances. Spectacular Spider-Man Peter Parker #1 CGC 9.8 SS Stan Lee 1976 2504900015.
Signed by Stan Lee on 10/16/16. Slab condition: Standard, no notable issues.While we make every effort to note any significant damage to slabs, any CGC case may display minor imperfections including Newton rings, slight inner well scuffing (present at time of encapsulation), or standard surface wear (minor scratches/scuffing). If minor imperfections in the case are a concern to you, please look very closely at the item image before ordering. Cover by Sal Buscema and John Romita. The first issue of a brand new series for Spider-Man! The story opens with a bang as the Tarantula kidnaps the Empire State University vice-chancellor, despite the best efforts of the web-slinger, Flash Thompson, and Mary Jane Watson!
Next, the Tarantula tries to kill the mayor, but this time the Spectacular Spider-Man is ready! Can the wall-crawler beat the Tarantula and save Mayor Abe Beame?First appearance of Edward Lansky (aka Lightmaster). Notes: The Spectacular Spider-Man series became the third monthly title for Spider-Man. The first issue of the series debuted the same month as Amazing Spider-Man 163 and Marvel Team-Up 52. The letters page contains an essay from Gerry Conway describing the plans for the new Spider-Man title. This item is a consignment. This item is a consignment, which means that the price has been set by the consignor rather than by MyComicShop. The item images for this listing are not stock images, they show the exact item offered. We take pride in our accurate, consistent grading. You can be confident in receiving a well-graded comic when ordering from us. We understand that condition is important to collectors.
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