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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 012

November 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 1.5, 1979, Al Gordon, Bob Sharen, Brother Grimm / Jake (Nathan Dolly), Brother Grimm / William (Nathan Dolly), Carmine Infantino, John Costanza, Madame Doll (Priscilla Dolly), Magnus the Sorcerer, Mark Gruenwald, Mr. Doll (Nathan Dolly), Spider-Man, Spider-Woman (Vol. 1), Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew)

The Last Tale of the Brothers Grimm Author: Mark Gruenwald Designer: Carmine Infantino Choreographer: Al Gordon Lighting: Bob Sharen Sound: John Costanza Originally published: March 1979 In this issue the story of the Brothers Grimm is finally wrapped up. Thankfully, the issue as not nearly as offensive as past issues (though still a little). Unfortunately, […]

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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 011

November 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · 1.5, 1979, Al Gordon, Ben Sean, Brother Grimm / Jake (Nathan Dolly), Brother Grimm / William (Nathan Dolly), Carmine Infantino, John Costanza, Madame Doll (Priscilla Dolly), Magnus the Sorcerer, Mark Gruenwald, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman (Vol. 1), Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew)

And Dolly Makes Three Writer: Mark Gruenwald Illustrators: Carmine Infantino, Al Gordon Letterer: J. Costanza Colorist: Ben Sean Originally published: February 1979 More of the same from this mag. Here, Spider-Woman is forced to wipe some white “goop” from her face and, later, is chained to a wall. “Can’t I go a week without getting […]

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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 009

November 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · 0.0, 1978, Al Gordon, Brother Grimm / Jake (Nathan Dolly), Brother Grimm / William (Nathan Dolly), Carmine Infantino, Jim Novak, Karen Raines, Madame Doll (Priscilla Dolly), Mark Gruenwald, Needle, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman (Vol. 1), Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew)

Eye of the Needle Writer: Mark Gruenwald Artists: Carmine Infantino, Al Gordon Letterer: J. Novak Colorist: K. Raines Originally published: December 1978 Time for some Spider-Woman, which means almost certainly misplaced comics and me forgetting what the hell’s going on. Also, probably some insanely misogynistic and disturbing imagery! Yeah? At least the cover of this […]

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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 007

August 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 0.0, 1978, Al Gordon, Brother Grimm / Jake (Nathan Dolly), Carmine Infantino, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Magnus the Sorcerer, Marv Wolfman, Rick Parker, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman (Vol. 1), Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew), Steve Leialoha

July 4, 1978… Writer: Marv Wolfman Artist: C. Infantino Inks: Leialoha, Gordon Letters: Parko Colors: G. Wein Originally published: October 1978 This was all kinds of terrible. One of the worst comics I’ve had so far. Since it’s the 4th of July here, it’s also in the wrong spot. I don’t know which Brother Grimm […]

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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 004

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments · 1978, 2.0, Brother Grimm / Jake (Nathan Dolly), Brother Grimm / William (Nathan Dolly), Carmine Infantino, Hangman, Joe Rosen, Madame Doll (Priscilla Dolly), Magnus the Sorcerer, Marv Wolfman, Mary Titus, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman (Vol. 1), Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew), Tony DeZuniga

Hell is the Hangman! Writer: Marv Wolfman Pencils: Carmine Infantino Inks: Tony DeZuniga Letterer: Joe Rosen Colorist: Mary Titus Originally published: July 1978 Briefly back to Spider-Woman! Man, between the Brothers Grimm and the Hangman, this issue was pretty dark and creepy. Everybody’s always calling Spider-Woman “woman” like it’s some kind of insult. This is […]

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