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Issue Details

Issue #529
Published April 2006
Frequency monthly except semi-monthly in January and March
Cover Price 2.50 USD; 3.50 CAD
Pages 36
Editing Michael O'Connor (Assistant Editor); Warren Simons (Associate Editor); Axel Alonso (Editor); Joe Quesada (Editor-in-Chief)

Cover Details - "Regular Cover"

Characters Spider-Man
Genre Superhero
Pencils Ron Garney
Inks Ron Garney
Notes Regular Cover.

Cover Details - "2nd Printing Cover"

Characters Spider-Man
Genre Superhero
Pencils Ron Garney
Inks Ron Garney
Notes Same art as 1st Printing. "2nd Printing" is indicated on the cover in the top left corner with the issue number.

Cover Details - "Variant Edition Cover: Iron Spider-Man"

Characters Spider-Man [Iron Armor]
Genre Superhero
Pencils Mike Wieringo
Inks Karl Kesel
Colors Paul Mounts
Editing Axel Alonso; Michael O'Connor (Assistant Editor); Warren Simons (Associate Editor)
Notes Third Printing with variant cover; part of a series of Spider-Man variant covers which feature the same motif of Spidey jumping at the viewer, but wearing a different costume each time.

22 page Spider-Man story "Mr. Parker Goes to Washington Part One"

Characters Mary Jane Parker; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Tony Stark
Synopsis Tony designes a new red and gold Spider-Man costume for Peter which includes body armor, gliding capability and sense enhancing components; Spidey takes his new threads for a test drive; Tony asks Peter to be his protege and, once he agrees, informs Pete that they are heading to Washington to appear before a Senate investigative committee on superhuman affairs.
Genre Superhero
Script J. Michael Straczynski
Pencils Ron Garney
Inks Bill Reinhold
Colors Matt Milla
Letters Cory Petit [as VC's Cory Petit]
Notes "The Road to Civil War" tie-in.

1 page promo (ad from the publisher) "House Advertisement"


12 page advertisement "Ads"

Notes Total of 10 one-page and 1 two-page advertisements for: Mirror Mask (dvd, Sony), (website, Nike), Spider-Man Plug & Play (toys, Jakks Pacific, 2 pages), Ultraviolet (movie, Sony), New York Comic-Con 2006 (1/2 page), Back Issues Online (comics, Midtown Comics, 1/2 page), The Hills Have Eyes (movie, Fox), The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art (art school, Kubert), TNA Impact! (action figues, Marvel Toys), Fantastic Four: The Making of the Movie (book, Titan Books, 1/2 page), Comics Creators on Fantastic Four (book, Titan Books, 1/2 page), (anti-drugs, Office of National Drug Control), Ultimate Avengers The Movie (dvd, Lion's Gate).