Spider-Man Maximum Clonage Alpha (1995) comic books
"...And the Jackal cries, "Death!" Maximum Clonage Part 1 of 6. Guest-starring the New Warriors. Plot by Tom DeFalco. Script by Todd Dezago. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Al Milgrom. Wraparound acetate cover by Ron Lim and Terry Austin. Marveldom is in a state of shock after the stunning revelation in Spectacular Spider-Man 226 that Peter Parker is the Spider-Clone! Wow, where does the web-slinger go from here? Meanwhile in Springville, Pennsylvania; the Jackal releases his new and improved Carrion virus and kills the city's entire population! As news of the massacre spreads, the Scarlet Spider and the New Warriors rush to the keystone state! But so does Spidercide! In a forest just outside of town, the confusing battle takes place! The New Warriors vs. Spidercide vs. the Scarlet Spider! Can Ben Reilly convince the warriors that he's on their side before Spidercide escapes? And back in New York City, the wall-crawler climbs to the top of the Empire State Building and bumps into...the Jackal! Story continues in Web of Spider-Man 127. First appearance of Rafael Carago (aka Helix). Cameo appearances by Kaine, Mary Jane Watson, Walter Rosen, and the Punisher. New Warriors Lineup: Firestar, Justice, Powerpax, Speedball, and Turbo. (Notes: Elements of the plot crossover with New Warriors 61. Printed on glossy paper. There are not any advertisements inside.) 48 pages. Cover price $4.95.
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Gold Edition Variant. 1 of 2,000. Guest-starring the New Warriors. This 48-page extravaganza stars Spider-Man, Scarlet Spider and Kaine, and reveals the Jackal's horrifying scheme! It's all been building up to this story, and it all starts here in this Alpha issue featuring an acetate cover! Continued in Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) #127. Written by Tom DeFalco and Todd Dezago. Art by Ron Lim and Al Milgrom. Cover by Ron Lim and Terry Austin. NOTE: This edition has gold webbing, a gold background behind "Alpha," and a gold box on the back cover reading "One of 2000." Cover price $4.95.