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Synopsis for "Never Step On A Scorpion!" or "You Think It's Easy To Dream Up Titles Like This?"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Steve Ditko was credited as the plotter for this issue.
- The Scorpion last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man # 20. He next appears in Captain America # 122. The Scorpion won't run into Spider-Man again until Amazing Spider-Man #145
- This issue contains a letters page, The Spider's Web. Letters are published from Bill Kaglan, Gary Bartlett, H. Doyle Abernathy, John Hudson, Joseph Silvero, Steven Russell, and Rickay Romano. Also contained on the two page letters page, is the Mighty Marvel Checklist and a blurb for Amazing Spider-Man Special #2.
- On Page 3, panel 1, JJ and Foswell talk about cat burglaries and stolen scientific equipment, all shown in ASM 30-33.
- When Academy Award time rolls around, leave us not forget...
- Writing and editing by: Stan Lee
- Plotting and drawing by: Steve Ditko
- Lettering and loafing by: Sam Rosen
- references: Amazing Spider-Man #20
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