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The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 154

Posted by dave, April 16, 2008 at 7:35 pm · No Comments ·

The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 154The Sandman Always Strikes Twice
Writer: Len Wein
Guest artist: Sal Buscema
Embellisher: Mike Esposito
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Letterer: John Costanza
Originally published: March 1976

More continuity notes: this issue, and therefore Amazing 153 have to come after Team-Up 39 & 40 (as they now do). Since so much stuff is screwed up, here’s how I think my list should have looked:

  • ASM 150
  • (ASM 151 incinerator scene)
  • SPEC 217/2
  • ASM 400/2
  • SM 57/2
  • SPECT 223/2
  • MTU 36-38
  • ASM 151 (the rest)
  • ASM 152
  • DD 135
  • HTD 1
  • MTU 39/40
  • A 144
  • (HTD 10)
  • DHKF 21
  • ASM 153
  • ASM 154
  • IF 8
  • ASM 155

Anyway, whatever. Onto the Sandman story. Sandman looks really weird in this issue. Sal Buscema totally didn’t have a grip on him. The issue was ok, but more interesting for hints it gave at upcoming stuff, rather than what was actually here. Seeing the Sandman get cryogenically frozen was pretty cool.

Rating:

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