Appearing in "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Spider-Man's Belt Camera
- Bat Missile
- Asphyxiation Grenade
- Pumpkin Bomb
- shotgun mike
Synopsis for "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- After years of speculation and mystery, the Green Goblin is revealed to be Norman Osborn. Some may speculate that this revelation may have caused Spider-Man co-creator and artist Steve Ditko to leave the title.
- This issue features a letters page, The Spider's Web. Letters are published from Donald Jackson, Ron Wilshire, Mrs. Melanie Skinner, Tom Salazar, Charles Key, Don Stuckman, John Cahill, Mike McBride, and Anne Kong.
- In this issue, inker Mike Esposito is credited as "Mickey Demeo".
- After the abrupt resignation of Steve Ditko, this is the first artwork on this title by John Romita. Stan Lee decided on John Romita Sr as the new artist after viewing his work on a Spider-Man/Daredevil crossover in Daredevil #16 and Daredevil #17. Romita will pen or ink over 100 issues and covers of Spider-Man and become Marvel's Art Director in the 1970's.
- This story is reprinted in Marvel Masterworks #16.
- Script........Smilin' Stan Lee
- Art...........Jazzy Johnny Romita
- Inks..........Mighty Mickey Demeo
- Lettering.....Adorable Artie Simek
- references: Amazing Spider-Man #37
- Page 19, Panel 5 (from a different angle) is most likely the cover for this issue.
- The cover of this issue is one of the 32 that appear in the comic collection from the 2000 video game Spider-Man.
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- Discuss Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 39 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Amazing Spider-Man series
- The chapter "Identity Crisis" in Untold Tales of Spider-Man takes place a few weeks prior to the happenings in this story.
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