Sunday, January 19, 2014

Special Sunday SPIDER-MAN 70s Strips! The End of the Impersonator! Marvel!

Last time, we sat and watched, gripped in awe-struck anitcipation, as Spider-Man faced an ungainly group of the Kingpin's gruesome goons! But, just when it seemmed that the wondrous Web-Crawler could bask in triumph, he faces a new threat! One of the cowardly crooks has taken a hysterical hottie as hostage! Can Spidey free her while keeping her safe? Will this clear his name with the police, letting them know he is a force for good? And, won't city gawkers link Spidey's pic-snapping to that of photog Peter Parker,  his well-kept secret ID? More rare 1979 daily strips, from the hands of Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.! Click below to enlarge!

Altho it's well known that Stan and Johnny had help on the strip (Jim Shooter
provided much of the plots), the above looks as if Romita may have had large
amounts of time-saving artistic aid, possibly from Larry Lieber and Joe Giella!

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