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Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual comic books

  • Issue #1
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 1

    "Give Me A Hand, Future Max" Story by Ann Nocenti. Art by Tony Salmons. Painted cover by Charles Vess. Spider-Man attempts to stop a robbery at a jewelry store only to discover that the felon is a home-made robot. Later on, Peter Parker attends the Young Inventor's Science Fair and runs into Max, the robot builder. Unfortunately, a con man meets Max too, and convinces young Max to build the Future Max exo-skeleton for him. Now Spider-Man must stop Future Max's rampage across New York City! 48 pages Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #2
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 2
    • Signed by artist Arthur Adams with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    "Wake Me Up I Gotta Be Dreaming" Guest-starring Warlock. Story by Ann Nocenti. Art by Arthur Adams. Painted cover by Charles Vess. Warlock, the cybernetic alien member of the New Mutants, decides to visit New York City in search of fun and adventure. However, Warlock runs into misguided scientists that like to perform experiments on living animals and organisms. When the scientists' experimentation on Warlock goes awry, the cybernetic alien goes berserk; and it's up to Spider-Man to stop him! Cameo appearance by the New Mutants (Cannonball, Cypher, Magik, Magma, Moonstar, Wolfsbane). Back up story: "You're Lying, Peter Parker!" Story by Ann Nocenti. Art by Mike Mignola and Geof Isherwood. Peter has a nightmare that features Aunt May, the Kingpin, the Hobgoblin, and other friends and foes. 48 pages Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #3
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 3

    "Spider-Man" Story by Danny Fingeroth. Art by Alex Saviuk, Joe Albelo, Steve Geiger, Frank Giacoia, Don Hudson, Cynthia Martin, Mark McKenna, Don Perlin, Josef Rubinstein, Bruce Solotoff, Keith Williams, and Keith Wilson. Cover by Greg LaRocque. Back cover by Charles Vess. Back inside cover by Bob Layton. This issue features a summary of Peter Parker's life and Spider-Man's adventures to date. There are special features on Spidey's powers, Mary Jane, Flash Thompson, the Daily Bugle, Empire State University, the Stacy Family, the Jameson Family, the Osborn Family, and others. This issue also includes a gallery of Spider-Man's foes from bronze age Amazing Spiderman and Marvel Team-Up issues. 'Spider-Man's Forgotten Foes' pages feature text by Roger Stern & art by Michael Nasser, Rubinstein, Jim Mooney, Geiger, LaRocque, Giacoia, Perlin, Jack Abel, Bruce Patterson, Carl Gafford, Peter Poplaski & Al Gordon. Plus: a Spider-Man pin-up by Layton. (Note: There are not any advertisements in this annual.) 48 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 4

    "Sweet Poison!" Guest-starring the Man-Thing. Part 8 of the Evolutionary War storyline. Story by Steve Gerber. Art by Cynthia Martin. Cover by Alex Saviuk and John Romita. Peter Parker is in Miami to promote his book "Webs," and ends up getting involved in drug dealings between the Kingpin and the Slug. Meanwhile, the High Evolutionary's purifiers are probing the Florida Everglades looking for alien genetic pollutants, but instead they encounter a new mysterious superbeing called Poison. Both plot lines reach their conclusion in the Man-Thing's swamp as Spider-Man, Man-Thing, and Poison join forces to battle the drug lords and the purifiers! The Evolutionary War storyline continues in West Coast Avengers Annual 3. First back up story: "Night Stalking!" Story by Steve Gerber. Art by Alex Saviuk. Poison (aka Cecilia Cardinale) reveals her origin. Second back up story: "The Amazing Spider-Man ? the Year in Review" A 10-page feature that includes pin-ups from the key events in the web-slinger's life in the past year. Third back up story: "All My Children" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Ron Lim and Tony DeZuniga. The 8th chapter of the history of the High Evolutionary includes key elements of the origin of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch (see the Yesterday Quest storyline in Avengers 185-187). Appearances by Bova, Jonathan Drew, Jessica Drew, and Robert Frank (the golden age Whizzer). 64 pages Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 5

    Atlantis Attacks. Fantastic Four, Silver Sable; Steve Ditko, Fred Hembeck art. "War Zone: New York" Guest-starring the Fantastic Four. Part 11 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Javier Salteres and Randy Emberlin. Cover by Alex Saviuk. The Atlantean Army attacks lower Manhattan! Can Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four repel the invaders and the megasaur? It's the forces of Attuma, Lord Ghaur, and Llyra versus the web-slinger, Mister Fantastic, the Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Ms. Marvel, and Ben Grimm! Meanwhile, Lord Ghaur is looking for one more bride for Set and his next target is Susan Richards. The Atlantis Attacks storyline continues in Avengers West Coast Annual 4. First back up story: "In a Random Miracle" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Steve Ditko and Al Milgrom. One of Peter Parker's professors suddenly gains the powers of Captain Universe. Second back up story: "Petey: The Adventures of Peter Parker before he became Spider-Man. Story and Art by Fred Hembeck. Peter, Flash, and Liz Allan visit an ice cream shop. Third back up story: Story and Art by Fred Hembeck. A 3-page look at Spidey's most dubious accessories, friends and foes, and situations. Fourth back up story: "A Mute Prayer for Deaf Ears" Story by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Mark Propst and Andy Mushynsky. Elements of Silver Sable's origin are revealed. Fourth back up story: "The Saga of the Serpent Crown: Chapter Eleven" Story by Peter Sanderson. Art by Mark Bagley and Keith Williams. The history of the serpent crown continues featuring the Viper, Warlord Krang, Nomad, the Squadron Supreme, and the Avengers. 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #6
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 6

    "Up From Slavery" Part 3 of the Spidey's Totally Tiny Adventure storyline. Story by Gerry Conway and Stan Lee. Art by Gil Kane, Sal Buscema, Alan Kupperberg, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Steve Lightle. In Spectacular Spiderman Annual 10, the web-slinger continued to shrink all the way down to the Microverse and became a captive of Psycho-Man. Now can the Amazing Spider-Man lead a prisoner's revolt on Psycho-Man's worldship and gain his freedom? It's a great one-on-one battle between Spider-Man and Psycho-Man! First back up story: "Salesday for a Shootout" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. Mary Jane and Aunt May are shopping at the mall when terrorists attack! It's a very unlikely pairing as Aunt May teams up with the Punisher to save the day. Second back up story: "Eleven Angry Men And One Angry Woman" Story by Peter David. Art by June Brigman and Stan Drake. Mary Jane is the last holdout on a 12-person jury deliberating over a jewelry store heist. Third back up story: "Child Star" Story by Tony Isabella. Art by Steve Ditko. A small child receives the Uni-Power of Captain Universe. 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #7
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 7

    "The Machine and the Man." The Vibranium Vendetta, Part 3 of 3. Guest-starring Iron Man and the Black Panther. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Guang Yap. Inks by Keith Aiken and Bud LaRosa. Cover by Erik Larsen and Terry Austin. Story continues from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 11. Everyone still wants Roxxon's new synthetic vibranium! While Ultron and the Kingpin conspire to steal it; T'Challa, the golden avenger, and the web-slinger attempt to understand its unusual composition! At Empire State University, Ultron makes his move to steal the artificial vibranium! But the three heroes and Sunturion interrupt his grand heist! Do they have enough firepower to stop Ultron's latest plan for world domination? Maybe Roxxon will help the good guys! Or maybe they won't! Second story: "Fast Feud II: Speed Demon's Revenge." Script by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Paris Cullins. Inks by Dave Cooper. The Rocket Racer and the Speed Demon clash inside Radio City Music Hall. Third story: "The Origin of Venom." Script by David Michelinie. Art by Don Hudson. 3-page retelling of Venom's origin. Flashback cameo by Spider-Man. Fourth story: The Origin of the Green Goblin - "The Sins of the Father!" - 3-page history of the Green Goblin. Flashback cameos by Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy, and Dr. Bart Hamilton. Fifth story: The Origin of the Hobgoblin - "The Price of Power!" - 3-page history of the Hobgoblin. Flashback cameos by Ned Leeds, Betty Brant, Spider-Man, Jack O'Lantern, and the Rose. Sixth Story: "Outlaw Justice." Part 3 of 3. Script by David Michelinie. Art by Alan Kupperberg. Story continues from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 11. Silver Sable, Rocket Racer, Sandman, Will-O'-the-Wisp, and the Prowler capture a corrupt politician. (Notes: Splash page art by Guang Yap. The Vibranium Vendetta storyline was reprinted in 2015 in the trade paperback: The Amazing Spider-Man Round Robin Epic Collection.) 64 pages. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #8
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 8
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($3.00) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #3765219007

    "The Dark at the End of the Tunnel" Guest-starring the New Warriors. Part 3 of the Hero Killers storyline. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Scott McDaniel. Inks by Keith Williams. Cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. Story continues from Spectacular Spiderman Annual 12. It's a cover to cover slugfest as the Amazing Spider-Man and the New Warriors battle nine of Justin Hammer's top operatives in order to stop the master plan of Target Technologies and also rescue Speedball. Even if the heroes defeat the gang of super-villains, they will still have to beat the super-powered Egyptian mastermind behind the whole plot! Story concludes in New Warriors Annual 2. First back up story: "First Kill Part 3" Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Aaron Lopresti. Inks by Bruce Jones. This story features an early adventure of Venom before he began fighting Spider-Man. Second back up story: "Security Gauntlet" Script by G. Alan Barnum. Pencils by Tod Smith. Inks by Don Hudson. The Black Cat prevents Hydro-Man from stealing a treasure of Egyptian artifacts. Third back up story: "Down Memory Lane ? Spider-Man's Top Ten Team-Ups" Script by Tom Brevoort and Mike Kanterovich. Art by Aaron Lopresti. A 3-page feature detailing the wall-crawler's favorite superhero team-ups. Fourth back up story: "Evil's Light Part 3 ? Charge of the Light Brigade" Script by Eric Fein. Pencils by Vince Evans. Inks by Don Hudson. Cloak and Dagger battle the Lightmaster. 64 pages Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #9P
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 9P

    Polybagged with card. "Chaos is the Cadre!" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Chris Marrinan. Inks by Keith Williams. Cover by Sal Buscema. Peter and Mary Jane's night out on the town is interrupted by a strong warning from the web-slinger's spider-sense! When the wall-crawler ventures outside to investigate, he discovers three bizarre teenagers wreaking havoc in the streets! The super SWAT team called Code: Blue is already on the scene and firing away at the trio of albino mutants! And of course in a matter of minutes your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is caught in the middle! But with the help of Chloe, a Knight Templar; the web-slinger may be able to bring peace to Code: Blue and the Cadre! Introductory story: "The Origin of the Cadre" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Nelson Ortega. Inks by Don Hudson. Nineteen years ago a distressed teenage girl dropped off newborn albino triplets at the upstate New York monastery of the Knights Templar. Those three newborns would grow up to become Shard, Vortex, and Dementia! Second story: "Things to Come" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Vince Evans. Inks by Bill Anderson. After encountering Spider-Man, the Cadre and Chloe return to the monastery and sadly discover that the priests have been slain. Where will the cadre go from here? Third story: "Mayhem in the Streets" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Fred Haynes. Inks by Tim Tuohy. Cloak and Dagger battle their long-time acquaintance Mayhem. Fourth story: "Opening Gambit" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Mark Powers. Inks by Hector Collazo. On the Empire State University campus, Nightwatch confronts a mysterious high-tech burglar. (Notes: The Cadre returns in Marc Spector Moon Knight 56. This issue is not in its original polybag.) 64 pages Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9U
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 9U

    Not in original poly bag. "Chaos is the Cadre!" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Chris Marrinan. Inks by Keith Williams. Cover by Sal Buscema. Peter and Mary Jane's night out on the town is interrupted by a strong warning from the web-slinger's spider-sense! When the wall-crawler ventures outside to investigate, he discovers three bizarre teenagers wreaking havoc in the streets! The super SWAT team called Code: Blue is already on the scene and firing away at the trio of albino mutants! And of course in a matter of minutes your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is caught in the middle! But with the help of Chloe, a Knight Templar; the web-slinger may be able to bring peace to Code: Blue and the Cadre! Introductory story: "The Origin of the Cadre" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Nelson Ortega. Inks by Don Hudson. Nineteen years ago a distressed teenage girl dropped off newborn albino triplets at the upstate New York monastery of the Knights Templar. Those three newborns would grow up to become Shard, Vortex, and Dementia! Second story: "Things to Come" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Vince Evans. Inks by Bill Anderson. After encountering Spider-Man, the Cadre and Chloe return to the monastery and sadly discover that the priests have been slain. Where will the cadre go from here? Third story: "Mayhem in the Streets" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Fred Haynes. Inks by Tim Tuohy. Cloak and Dagger battle their long-time acquaintance Mayhem. Fourth story: "Opening Gambit" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Mark Powers. Inks by Hector Collazo. On the Empire State University campus, Nightwatch confronts a mysterious high-tech burglar. (Notes: The Cadre returns in Marc Spector Moon Knight 56. This issue is not in its original polybag.) 64 pages Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 10

    "Shriek, Rattle and Roll!" Plot by Terry Kavanagh. Script by Mike Lackey. Pencils by Jerry Bingham. Inks by Tom Palmer. Cover by Alex Saviuk. From the pages of Maximum Carnage, Shriek is back and ready for incarceration at the newly renovated Ravencroft Institution! Dr. Kafka and John Jameson are confident that the high-tech security system at Ravencroft can hold Shriek. But the wondrous wall-crawler has heard that one before! So he voluntarily oversees Shriek's in-processing to make sure everything goes as planned. And of course everything goes as planned…for about five minutes, and then everything goes haywire! By feeding off the negative emotions of the guards, Shriek breaks free of her restraints! And after that she frees Gale, Mayhem, Pyromania, and Webber to raise cain at Ravencroft! Oh no, is this going to become Maximum Carnage part two? The Amazing Spider-Man and John Jameson rush to the maximum security wing…and the wild free-for-all erupts! Can the web-slinger stop the carnage (this time) before it begins? Cameo appearances by Reynard, Warrant, and Edward Whelan (aka Vermin). Second story: "Daze and Confusion" Plot by Terry Kavanagh. Script by Joey Cavalieri. Art by Alex Saviuk (breakdowns) and Don Hudson (finishes). Warrant stops the assassination of a U.S. Senator. Third story: "Tabula Rasa" Script by Mike Lackey. Pencils by Sergio Cariello. Inks by Keith Williams. In a twist of fate, Felicia returns home one evening and catches the Black Fox burglarizing her apartment! The Black Cat is furious and chases the Black Fox across the rooftops of Manhattan! Fourth story: "The Power of Resistance" Script by Joey Cavalieri. Art by Vince Giarrano. The Prowler breaks up a robbery and runs into a bizarre villain called the Resistor. Backup feature: This issue includes seven pin-ups portraying Spider-Man, the Black Cat, the Prowler, Cardiac, Nightwatch, Solo, and Puma. (Notes: Shriek previously appeared in Spectacular Spider-Man 203. She returns to harass the web-slinger again in Amazing Spider-Man 390.) 64 pages Cover price $2.95.