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Amazing Spider-Man
#124, September
1973 Issue – Marvel
Comics – Grade Fine

 

$39.99 USD

 

First appearance of
Man-Wolf (John Jameson) in
“The Mark of the Man-Wolf.”
Script by Gerry Conway,
pencils by Gil Kane, inks by
John Romita Sr. and Tony
Mortellaro. Romita cover.

Web-slinging through the
city, Spider-Man stops to
take a look at the local
papers, and becomes mad
that the Bugle is the only
newspaper that’s calling him
a murderer in connection
with the death of Norman
Osborn  At the Bugle, Joe
Robertson questions

Jameson about his editorials, believing that Spider-Man should be allowed due
process before being demonized by public opinion. Their debate is interrupted
by the arrival of Jonah’s son John.
John has recently been on a mission to the moon, and he has come to visit his
father with his fiance Kristine Saunders. However, John begins to act strange
(unnoticed to others this is due to a necklace he is wearing.) It is passed off as
strain from his job and jokes about Kristine not taking good care of John.Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!

Vintage item from the 1970s
Ships worldwide from Victorville, California