Last time, we sat stupefied, as Spidey whipped across New York City, trying to desperately stop a speeding van, chock-a-block full of vengeful villains! After the cops proved ineffectual against the felons-on-wheels, it's now up to the worried Wall-Crawler to bring their reign of spreading terror to a definitive halt! Has he done it? What about their cache of ready weapons? And-whose idea was it to put a TV set in Aunt May's hospital room? More amazing daily strips from 1978, brought to us by Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.! Click below to enlarge, then web-sling over to here for the next full-color Sunday strip installment, arachnid-aficionados!
|Once again, it looks as if Romita had some artistic help on |
these strips, possibly from Frank Giacoia!
BONUS! Click below to stare at pics of the stalwart strip creators, Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.!
|Above: Stan Lee entertains a young fan, in this pic from around 1979! |
Note the fan's Spidey T-shirt, sporting art by (who else?) John Romita!
|Above: Artist Romita, working in the "Marvel Bullpen," around the summer of 1979!|
John appears to be re-working the cover of 1976's SPIDER-MAN #157, possibly
for its reprinting in MARVEL TALES (see copies at John's left elbow)!