Stan Lee Meets the Amazing Spider-Man Writer: Stan Lee Penciler: Olivier Coipel Inker: Mark Morales Colorist: Jose Villarrubia Letterer: Dan Lanphear Originally published: November 2006 This issue is about Spidey wanting to quit super-heroing, and going to talk to Stan Lee about it. Alright, so…there’s no real reason this can’t be canon, since Stan Lee […]
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August 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 2006, 3.0, Dan Lanphear, Dr. Octopus, José Villarrubia, Mark Morales, Mosquito Man, Olivier Coipel, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stan Lee, Stan Lee Meets...
May 30th, 2008 · 1 Comment · 1987, 4.0, Al Smith, Angel, Awesome Android, Barbara Johnston, Beast, Black Bolt, Black Knight (Nathan Garrett), Brenda Mings, Captain America, Cobra, Crystal, Cyclops, Daredevil, Diablo, Don Perlin, Dr. Doom, Dr. Strange, Dragon Man, Eddie Marcano, Electro, Enchantress, Executioner, Frank Ray / Frank Giacoia, Gorgon, Grey Gargoyle / Gray Gargoyle, Hawkeye / Goliath, Hector Collazo, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iceman / Rampage (Bobby Drake), Invisible Girl, Iron Man, Jack Abel, Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko, Joe Sinnott, John Lewandowski, José Marzan Jr., Julius L. Taylor, Kang, Karnak, Ken Feduniewicz, Lockjaw, Madame Medusa / Madam Medusa / Medusa, Mark Silverman, Marvel Girl / Phoenix / Dark Phoenix (Jean Gray), Marvel Saga, Maximus, Mole Man, Mr. Fantastic, Mr. Hyde, Nick Fury, Peter Sanderson, Phil Lord, Professor X, Quicksilver, Red Ghost, Ron Frenz, Seeker, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stan Lee, Steve Buccellato, Steve Geiger, Super Skrull, Thing, Thor, Triton, Uatu the Watcher, Unicorn, Vince Colletta
Writer/researcher: Peter Sanderson Cover artists: Ron Frenz, José Marzan Jr. Graphic design: Barbara Johnston New art: Steve Geiger, Phil Lord, Hector Collazo, Steve Buccellato Coloring: Ken Feduniewicz Art director: Don Perlin Archivists: John Lewandowski, Mark Silverman, Julius L. Taylor, Eddie Marcano, Al Smith Typesetter: Brenda Mings Proofreader: Jack Abel Originally published: October 1987 Excerpted material […]
May 21st, 2008 · No Comments · 1985, 4.0, Al Milgrom, Art Simek, Bill Vallely, Bob Layton, Brenda Mings, Brett Breeding, Dick Ayers, Don Heck, Ernie Hart / H.E. Huntley, George Roussos, Hilary Barta, Jack Kirby, Janet Jackson, Joe Sinnott, John Byrne, Larry Lieber, Marvel Saga, Paul Becton, Peter Sanderson, Ron Frenz, Ron Wilson, Sal Buscema, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stan Lee
Book I: The Saga Begins…! Writer and researcher: Peter Sanderson Art: Ron Frenz, Al Milgrom Cover art: Ron Frenz, Bob Layton Colorists: Paul Becton, George Roussos Design: Janet Jackson, Bill Vallely Typesetter: Brenda Mings Originally published: December 1985 Excerpted material originally appears in: Fantastic Four #s 1, 2, 271, 273; Tales to Astonish 27, 44; […]
March 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · 1973, 2.5, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1), Art Simek, Duffy Vohland, Gerry Conway, Green Goblin (Harry Osborn), Green Goblin (Norman Osborn), Jim Mooney, John Romita Sr., Sam Rosen, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stan Goldberg, Stan Lee, Tony Mortellaro
Suddenly…The Smasher! Writer: Stan Lee Pencils: John Romita Additional dialogue: Gerry Conway Inking by: Jim Mooney Originally published: January 1973 The Deadly Designs of the Disruptor! Script: Stan Lee, Gerry Conway Art: John Romita, Jim Mooney, T. Mortellaro Lettering: Sam Rosen, Artie Simek Coloring: Stan G. Originally published: February 1973 Countdown to Chaos! Script: Stan […]
February 9th, 2008 · No Comments · 1972, 3.0, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1), Gibbon, Green Goblin (Harry Osborn), John Costanza, John Romita Sr., Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stan Lee
The Birth of…The Gibbon! Writer: Stan Lee Pencils: John Romita Letterer: John Costanza Originally published: July 1972 Spidey thinks Flash is after Gwen. He probably is, but if I know Gwen – and thanks to dramatic irony, I do – she wouldn’t ditch Peter for ol’ Thompson. While he’s self-pitying, he meets an ugly guy […]