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Issue Details

Issue #268
Published September 1985
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.65 USD; 0.75 CAD
Pages 36
Editing Keith Williams (Assistant Editor); Jim Owsley (Editor); Jim Shooter (Editor-in-Chief)

Cover Details - "The Gold is Mine!"

Characters Spider-Man
Genre superhero
Pencils John Byrne
Inks John Byrne
Letters Typeset
Notes This cover forms a larger image when joined with the cover of Web of Spider-Man #6 (from Jan Roar Hansen, 16 December 2004)

23 page Spider-Man story "This Gold is Mine!"

Characters Spider-Man; GUESTS: Charles Anderson; J. Jonah Jameson; Robbie Robertson; Ned Leeds; Betty Leeds; Sgt. Conrad S. Hauser [Duke]; VILLAINS: Kingpin; Arranger; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Beyonder
Synopsis The Beyonder has turned a downtown building and all of its contents into solid gold and the government scrambles to keep this fact a secret in order to keep the world from plunging into an economic crisis; The building is being carved up and the gold dropped into a deep sea chasm to take it out of play; Spidey helps Agent Anderson foil a plot by the Kingpin to steal a load of the gold for himself; Peter, however, has taken a solid gold notebook he found in the trash home with him and tries to figure out what to do with it.
Genre superhero
Script Tom DeFalco
Pencils Ron Frenz
Inks Joe Rubinstein
Colors Bob Sharen
Letters Joe Rosen
Notes Secret Wars II Crossover; Cont from Web of Spider-Man (Marvel, 1985 series) #6; Story takes place between Secret Wars (Marvel, 1985 series) #2 and 3; One of the soldiers directing the cleanup of the golden building is simply referred to as "Sergeant" in the story but is pretty clearly intended to be Duke of the G.I. Joe team.
Reprinted in Marvel Tales (Marvel, 1966 series) #278; in Uomo Ragno, L' (Edizioni Star Comics, 1987 series) #59