Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 (1976-1998, 2011) MarvelComics



The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 December, 1976 Sal Buscema Pencils & Cover Art. Peter Parker has decided to use his guise of Spider-Man in order to get photos for a Daily Bugle assignment, covering Empire State University's chancellor Edward Lansky's public address on the financial situation of the school. Bored, Spidey is snapped into action when the Tarantula arrives and kidnaps Lansky.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 (1976) Sal Buscema Pencils & Cover Art / Gerry Conway Writer / 2nd Ongoing Spider-Man Series / 1st Appearance of Edward Lansky "Twice Stings the Tarantula!" Peter Parker has decided to use his guise of Spider-Man in order to get photos for a Daily Bugle assignment, covering Empire State University's chancellor Edward Lansky's public address on the financial situation of the school.

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The Spectacular Spider-Man #21 1978 Keith Pollard Cover Art. Jim Mooney Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.  The Scorpion has been wandering the sewers of New York, he finally decides to get revenge against J. Jonah Jameson, who he blames for making him a monster. While Spider-Man returns home to his apartment changing into his civilian guise just in time to catch Mary Jane. The two talk about Mary Jane's declining Peter's proposal for marriage, and the two talk about their feelings before visiting Aunt May in the hospital. Elsewhere, Hector and Holly try to have a night out, however Hector's new found popularity now that he's publicly revealed his identity as the White Tiger causes friction between the two prompting Holly to leave Hector with his legion of fans.


The Spectacular Spider-Man #21 1978 Keith Pollard Cover Art. Jim Mooney Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.
The Scorpion has been wandering the sewers of New York, he finally decides to get revenge against J. Jonah Jameson, who he blames for making him a monster. While Spider-Man returns home to his apartment changing into his civilian guise just in time to catch Mary Jane. The two talk about Mary Jane's declining Peter's proposal for marriage, and the two talk about their feelings before visiting Aunt May in the hospital. Elsewhere, Hector and Holly try to have a night out, however Hector's new found popularity now that he's publicly revealed his identity as the White Tiger causes friction between the two prompting Holly to leave Hector with his legion of fans.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #22 1978 Dave Cockrum & Joe Rubinstein Cover Art. Mike Zeck Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.  Moon Knight, on the heels of a criminal named Lindy, tries to prevent his assassination so that he can testify against the Maggia during a trial. In spite of his best efforts, the Maggia agents manage to kill their target. Meanwhile, Peter Parker arrives home after web-slinging and gets ready just as Betty Brant arrives for their date. Elsewhere, Flash spends time with Sha Shan and Hector Ayala laments his lot in life being the White Tiger.


The Spectacular Spider-Man #22 1978 Dave Cockrum & Joe Rubinstein Cover Art. Mike Zeck Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.
Moon Knight, on the heels of a criminal named Lindy, tries to prevent his assassination so that he can testify against the Maggia during a trial. In spite of his best efforts, the Maggia agents manage to kill their target. Meanwhile, Peter Parker arrives home after web-slinging and gets ready just as Betty Brant arrives for their date. Elsewhere, Flash spends time with Sha Shan and Hector Ayala laments his lot in life being the White Tiger.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #24 1978 Frank Springer Cover Art Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.  Taking the subway home, Peter Parker is witness to an attempted robbery, which he uses his spider-powers to halt. Rushing home to try and get some studying done, Peter is surprised to find his friends waiting in surprise. They all convince Peter to go out with them to a local disco to see the Hypno-Hustler, a popular disco act.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #24 1978 Frank Springer Cover Art Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.
Taking the subway home, Peter Parker is witness to an attempted robbery, which he uses his spider-powers to halt. Rushing home to try and get some studying done, Peter is surprised to find his friends waiting in surprise. They all convince Peter to go out with them to a local disco to see the Hypno-Hustler, a popular disco act.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #34 1979  Jim Mooney  Pencils.  Bill Mantlo Story.  Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks. Caught in the middle of a fight between the Lizard and the Iguana, Spider-Man manages to lose them in the sewers. When they get away, he checks on the Connors an promises to bring Curt back to them back to normal.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #34 1979 Jim Mooney Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story. Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks.
Caught in the middle of a fight between the Lizard and the Iguana, Spider-Man manages to lose them in the sewers. When they get away, he checks on the Connors an promises to bring Curt back to them back to normal.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #35 1979 Lee Elias Cover & Pencils, Tony Isabella Story, Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks
The Spectacular Spider-Man #35 (1979) Lee Elias Cover & Pencils, Tony Isabella Story, Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks
"Labyrinth" Spider-Man is used as a pawn in a revenge dream-fantasy which is constructed by his old foe Mindworm. In this dream world, Spider-Man is forced to fight police officers before struggling off the Mindworm's control and going to his old home.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #36 1979  Jim Mooney  Pencils.  Bill Mantlo Story.  Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks. 1st app. Schizoid Man(Chip Martin) After helping police capture armed robbers, Spider-Man returns to ESU where as Peter Parker, he meets his fellow teachers assistants: Debra Whitman, Steve Hopkins, Chip Martin, and Philip Chang. Meanwhile, in the lab of Professor Morris, Morris and Marcy Kane are examining the skeleton of Fritz von Meyer -- formally the villain known as Swarm, who battled the Champions of Los Angeles.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #36 1979 Jim Mooney Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story. Michael (Mike) Esposito Inks.
1st app. Schizoid Man(Chip Martin) After helping police capture armed robbers, Spider-Man returns to ESU where as Peter Parker, he meets his fellow teachers assistants: Debra Whitman, Steve Hopkins, Chip Martin, and Philip Chang. Meanwhile, in the lab of Professor Morris, Morris and Marcy Kane are examining the skeleton of Fritz von Meyer -- formally the villain known as Swarm, who battled the Champions of Los Angeles.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #37 1979 Jim Mooney  Pencils.  Bill Mantlo Story.  Continued from last issue... The Swarm proves to be too much for Spider-Man to handle, his armies of obedient bees able to get through any defense that Spidey puts up against him. This forces Spider-Man to flee to a nearby bathroom and change into Peter Parker. The Swarm meanwhile exits the ESU science building and begins building a gigantic hive on the property, where he has also created a giant queen bee.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #37 1979 Jim Mooney Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story.
Continued from last issue... The Swarm proves to be too much for Spider-Man to handle, his armies of obedient bees able to get through any defense that Spidey puts up against him. This forces Spider-Man to flee to a nearby bathroom and change into Peter Parker. The Swarm meanwhile exits the ESU science building and begins building a gigantic hive on the property, where he has also created a giant queen bee.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #38 1980 Sal Buscema  Pencils. Al Milgrom Cover. Bill Mantlo Story.  Morbius the living vampire is back on the loose, attacking innocent victims by night. While during the day, Peter Parker goes about his daily life: Visiting his Aunt May in the hospital, and attending class. However, the strain gets to Peter and during one class with Curt Connors, Peter snaps at his professor, and later notices that he has a skin rash.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #38 1980 Jim Mooney Sal Buscema Pencils. Al Milgrom Cover. Bill Mantlo Story.
Morbius the living vampire is back on the loose, attacking innocent victims by night. While during the day, Peter Parker goes about his daily life: Visiting his Aunt May in the hospital, and attending class. However, the strain gets to Peter and during one class with Curt Connors, Peter snaps at his professor, and later notices that he has a skin rash.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #39 1980  John Romita Jr. Pencils. Cover by Jerry Bingham. Bill Mantlo Story.  Responding to a classified put in the Daily Globe newspaper, Spider-Man goes to visit Curt Connors. Connors warns him that the device that Spider-Man used to cure him of being the Lizard and defeat the Iguana was not properly shielded, and that it may have adverse effects on him.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #39 1980 John Romita Jr. Pencils / Cover by Jerry Bingham / Bill Mantlo Story / 1st Appearance of Spider-Lizard
"Scourge of the Schizoid-Man" Responding to a classified put in the Daily Globe newspaper, Spider-Man goes to visit Curt Connors.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #40 1980 Frank Springer  Pencils.   Cover by Al Milgrom. Bill Mantlo Story.  Since becoming the Spider-Lizard, Peter Parker has been terrorizing New Yorkers, getting significant negative press.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #40 (1980) Frank Springer Pencils / Cover by Al Milgrom / Bill Mantlo Story / 1st Cover Appearance of Spider-Lizard
"The Terrible Turnabout!" Since becoming the Spider-Lizard, Peter Parker has been terrorizing New Yorkers, getting significant negative press.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #41 1980  Jim Mooney Pencils.   Cover by Al Milgrom. Tom DeFalco Story. Spider-Man and Giant Man go after the Meteor Man where they have found that he has built a device that channels the powers of stolen meteors into his body.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #41 1980 Jim Mooney Pencils. Cover by Al Milgrom. Tom DeFalco Story.
Spider-Man and Giant Man go after the Meteor Man where they have found that he has built a device that channels the powers of stolen meteors into his body.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #42 1980  Mike Zeck Pencils. Cover by Mike Zeck. Bill Mantlo Story. The Frightful Four have come to the Statue of Liberty, a regular meeting place when Spider-Man and the Human Torch would work with each other in a bid to lure Spider-Man to that location.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #42 1980 Mike Zeck Pencils. Cover by Mike Zeck. Bill Mantlo Story.
The Frightful Four have come to the Statue of Liberty, a regular meeting place when Spider-Man and the Human Torch would work with each other in a bid to lure Spider-Man to that location.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #43 1980  Mike Zeck Pencils. Cover by John Bryne. Roger Stern Story. Working in the ESU science lab, Peter Parker and Steve Hopkins are interrupted when armed crooks break in. They steal a barrel of the chemical neo-atropine. Peter manages to tag their getaway vehicle with a spider-tracer however, cannot go after them right away because he gets caught up in the resulting police questioning when the authorities arrive.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #43 1980 Mike Zeck Pencils. Cover by John Bryne. Roger Stern Story.
Working in the ESU science lab, Peter Parker and Steve Hopkins are interrupted when armed crooks break in. They steal a barrel of the chemical neo-atropine. Peter manages to tag their getaway vehicle with a spider-tracer however, cannot go after them right away because he gets caught up in the resulting police questioning when the authorities arrive.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #44 1980  Marv Wolfman Pencils. Cover by Al Milgrom. Marv Wolfman Story. When Spidey learns of Toomes' connection with his old foe, he goes after Toomes, only to be knocked out by gas. Coming around, Spider-Man finds himself chained to a coffin on it's way to an incinerator. Spectating this execution is the surviving criminal underworld along with Malachi Toomes and his uncle, the Vulture.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #44 1980 Marv Wolfman Pencils. Cover by Al Milgrom. Marv Wolfman Story.
When Spidey learns of Toomes' connection with his old foe, he goes after Toomes, only to be knocked out by gas. Coming around, Spider-Man finds himself chained to a coffin on it's way to an incinerator. Spectating this execution is the surviving criminal underworld along with Malachi Toomes and his uncle, the Vulture.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #45 1980  Marie Severin Pencils. Cover by Alan Weiss. Roger Stern Story. Chained to a coffin by Malachi Toomes and his uncle the Vulture, Spider-Man is on a conveyor belt into a cremation machine. Spider-Man manages to get free, and while the Vulture and Malachi fight with Black Alfred, Spidey manages to break loose.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #45 (1980) Cover by Alan Weiss, Roger Stern Story, Marie Severin Pencils
"Wings of Fire, Wings of Fear" Chained to a coffin by Malachi Toomes and his uncle the Vulture, Spider-Man is on a conveyor belt into a cremation machine. Spider-Man manages to get free, and while the Vulture and Malachi fight with Black Alfred, Spidey manages to break loose.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #52 1981  Frank Miller & Bob Wiacek  Cover, Rick Leonardi Pencils, Roger Stern Story.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #52 (1981) Frank Miller & Bob Wiacek Cover, Rick Leonardi Pencils, Roger Stern Story.
"The Day of the Hero Killers!" The wounded body of the White Tiger is dumped in front of the Daily Bugle in front of Peter Parker with an ominous message pinned to him "This is the First". Peter tags the escaping a vehicle with a spider-tracer before checking on his friend and seeing that Hector is still alive in spite of his wounds.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #54 (1981)  Frank Miller Walt Simonson Cover, Marie Severin Pencils, Roger Stern Story
The Spectacular Spider-Man #54 (1981) Frank Miller Walt Simonson Cover, Marie Severin Pencils, Roger Stern Story
"To Save the Smuggler!"


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #55 (1981)  Frank Miller Cover, Luke McDonnel Pencils, Roger Stern Story
The Spectacular Spider-Man #55 (1981) Frank Miller Cover, Luke McDonnel Pencils, Roger Stern Story
"The Big Blow Out" Peter Parker is awoken from his sleep at 7 am by his alarm clock. He accidentally smashes it while trying to turn it off....


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #86 1984 Joe Albelo & Fred Hembeck Cover Art. Jim Mooney, Al Milgrom & Fred Hembeck Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story. This issue was part of a semi-regular Assistant Editors Month that would happen infrequently at Marvel Comics. The assistant editors of a given series would be given full editorial control of that months issue, usually producing a wacky and off beat story.
The Spectacular Spider-Man #86 1984 Joe Albelo & Fred Hembeck Cover Art. Jim Mooney, Al Milgrom & Fred Hembeck Pencils. Bill Mantlo Story. 1st Appearance of Danny Fingeroth
BUGS! This issue was part of a semi-regular Assistant Editors Month that would happen infrequently at Marvel Comics. The assistant editors of a given series would be given full editorial control of that months issue, usually producing a wacky and off beat story.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #133 (1987)  Bill Sienkiewicz Cover, Cindy Martin Pencils, Ann Nocenti Story, Josef Rubinstein Inks
The Spectacular Spider-Man #133 (1987) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover, Cindy Martin Pencils, Ann Nocenti Story, Josef Rubinstein Inks
"I Am Spider!" Imprisoned in the Mad Dog Ward, Peter Parker has been drugged into a stupor to the point where he barely think, let alone escape.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #200 May, 1993 Holofoil Cover. Sal Buscema Art. The web-slingers final battle with the Green Goblin!
The Spectacular Spider-Man #200 May, 1993 Sal Buscema Pencils & Cover Art. Holofoil Cover.
The web-slingers final battle with the Green Goblin!


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #218 (1995) Sal Buscema Art / Tom DeFalco & Todd DeZago Writers
The Spectacular Spider-Man #218 (1995) Sal Buscema Art / Tom DeFalco & Todd DeZago Writers
"When Monsters Roam!" Spider-Man has followed Nocturne and the Puma to Inwood Park where his feral foe turned on the wall-crawler.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #220 (1994) Sal Buscema Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / Flip Book
The Spectacular Spider-Man #220 (1994) Sal Buscema Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / Flip Book
"WEB OF DEATH, PART 2: A TIME TO LIVE!" Doctor Octopus has been working feverently to create a cure for the poison that is coursing through the veins of Spider-Man, his greatest foe.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #223 (1995)  Sal Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / Die Cut Cover
The Spectacular Spider-Man #223 (1995) Sal Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / Die Cut Cover
"AFTERSHOCK PART 2 - SCHEMES & DREAMS: FOR FUTURE SCREAMS" Peter has been arrested for a murder that Ben Reilly has been accused of committing. "The Beginning" This story continues from Spider-Man #57


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The Spectacular Spider-Man #225 (1995)  Sal Buscema and Scott McDaniel Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / 1st Appearance of Firefist
The Spectacular Spider-Man #225 (1995) Sal Buscema and Scott McDaniel Art / Tom DeFalco Writer / 1st Appearance of Firefist / Hologram Cover
"The Return of the Green Goblin" This story continues from Spider-Man #56...a costumed man with a flaming hand murders a homeless man named Sammy Skalek in the middle of an alleyway. "He Was Such a Nice Boy..." Assigned to do a story on Peter Parker, Ben Urich, and Angela Yin begin interviewing those who knew him best.


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The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #11 (1993) Erik Larsen Cover / Erik Larsen, Alan Kupperberg, Marie Severin & Ron Wilson Pencils / David Michelinie & Terry Kavanagh Story / 1st Appearance of Boussard
The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #11 (1993) Erik Larsen Cover / Erik Larsen, Alan Kupperberg, Marie Severin & Ron Wilson Pencils / David Michelinie & Terry Kavanagh Story / 1st Appearance of Boussard
"THE VIBRANIUM VENDETTA PART 2 - THE GHOST AND THE MACHINE" The Ghost has broken into an underground lab at Empire State University to steal a formula for synthetic Vibranium created by the Roxxon Corporation.


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