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Appearing in "The Sinister Six"Edit

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    Appearing in "A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Secrets of Spider-Man!"Edit

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    Appearing in "Supporting Cast Pin-Ups"Edit

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    Appearing in "How Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Create Spider-Man!"Edit

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  • The first story is reprinted in comics and books, see below for info.[1]
  • During the fight with Electro, Spider-Man protects himself from Electro's blasts by grounding himself. This actually should have made him much more vulnerable to them.
  • 1st story credits:
    • 41 pages of indescribable excitement
    • Written by: Stan Lee
    • Drawn by: Steve Ditko
    • Possibly the most talked about team in comics today!
    • Lettered by: S. Rosen
  • references: Every issue of Amazing Spider-Man, sans 7 and Marvel Annual 1. There were several comics referenced, such as Journey into Mystery, The Avengers, Strange Tales, The Fantastic Four, Tales to Astonish, The X-Men, and Tales of Suspense


TriviaEdit

  • This issue marks the first (and quite likely, the only) time that all Marvel super-heroes who had their own mags at the time appeared in one issue, the Hulk being the only one absent from the main story, although he appears in the other features.

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