Sunday, October 14, 2012

Scintillating 70s SPIDER-MAN Strips! Dr. Doom's Face--Revealed! 1978 Marvel Triumph!

Last time, Spidey tried to rescue what he thought was a distraught J. Jonah Jameson from an apparent suicidal bridge-jump! Little does our woeful Web-Spinner know that it was only a robot (planted by that enemy of the Fantastic Four, the demonic Dr. Doom) who fell to its "death," and not the actual pugnacious publisher! But, is this all part of Doc Doom's plan to psychologically impede Spidey? Why is such a major bad guy gunning for the small-fry superhero? And--will we readers ever get to see the real face of Dr. Doom? More 1978 daily Spidey strips from writer Stan Lee and artist John Romita, Sr.! Click below to enlarge, then web-sling to here for the next full-color Sunday installment of this tense adventure!

The "real" face of Doc Doom became a running gag at Marvel, since it was never
seen by the readers! Some say the vain Victor Von Doom had only a tiny scar
marring his handsome features, others say he looks like Stan Lee (a jab from Doom
creator Jack Kirby), others think of him as horribly scarred beyond belief...



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