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Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 1A

    This is the glossy card stock cover, not the non-card stock cover. An error was made during printing and some copies with non card stock covers were released in distribution. Painted cover by Glenn Fabry. Garth Ennis/John McCrea/James Hodgkins. A new monthly series is born as today's hottest writers and artists take a hard look at the shadow that Spider-Man casts over his "friendly" neighborhood! The Web-Slinger has a secret admirer. Someone has figured out how Spidey got his powers?and that person has actually attempted to recreate the freak experiment... with ghastly results! He rocketed PUNISHER into the Top 10; now writer Garth Ennis teams with John McCrea (HULK SMASH) and inker James Hodgkins (Jenny Sparks) to bring you a decidedly different look at the world-famous Web-Head! And providing the fully painted cover is none other than Preacher's Glenn Fabry! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 1B

    Flat cover recalled edition. This is the scarce non card stock, non glossy cover that was pulled when it was realized that the printer had used the wrong paper. This printing was to be destroyed and the glossy card stock cover was distributed. Painted cover by Glenn Fabry. Garth Ennis/John McCrea/James Hodgkins. THE SCOOP: A new monthly series is born as today's hottest writers and artists take a hard look at the shadow that Spider-Man casts over his "friendly" neighborhood! THE STORY: The Web-Slinger has a secret admirer. Someone has figured out how Spidey got his powers?and that person has actually attempted to recreate the freak experiment... with ghastly results! THE CREATORS: He rocketed PUNISHER into the Top 10; now writer Garth Ennis teams with John McCrea (HULK SMASH) and inker James Hodgkins (Jenny Sparks) to bring you a decidedly different look at the world-famous Web-Head! And providing the fully painted cover is none other than Preacher's Glenn Fabry! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 2

    Painted cover by Glenn Fabry. Garth Ennis/John McCrea/James Hodgkins. Our first story arc continues as red-hot writer Garth Ennis (PUNISHER, Preacher), penciler John McCrea (HULK SMASH, Hitman) and inker James Hodgkins (Jenny Sparks) take a twisted tour of Spider-Man's "friendly" neighborhood! The web-slinger is being pursued by a relentless foe who gives new meaning to the adage "beauty is only skin-deep" - and who decides that the best way to snare its enemy might be to hide in plain sight! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 3

    Painted cover by Glenn Fabry. Garth Ennis/John McCrea/James Hodgkins. Our first story arc comes to a wild conclusion as writer Garth Ennis (PUNISHER, Preacher) and penciler John McCrea (HULK SMASH, Hitman) take a twisted tour of Spider-Man's not-so-friendly neighborhood! The bizarre creature known as the Thousand has finally revealed his true face to Spidey - and now it's time for one of the most gruesome rumbles you've ever seen! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 4

    Painted cover by eduardo Risso. Greg Rucka/Eduardo Risso. THE SCOOP: In this self-contained story, crime novelist and red-hot comics writer Greg Rucka (Detective Comics) and acclaimed artist Eduardo Risso (100 Bullets) spin a tale of one of Spider-Man's most infamous foes: the Kingpin! THE SET-UP: Some creators have never worked for Marvel, but that doesn't mean they don't have a Spider-Man story they've always wanted to tell! TANGLED WEB opens the door, letting today's hottest writers and artists take a hard look at the shadow that the web-slinger casts over his "friendly" neighborhood. THE STORY: Cochrane's life is a daily game of Russian Roulette. In a city where a guy in tights can swing down and ruin any criminal's day, Cochrane has the most dangerous job of all: he works for the Kingpin! And everyone knows how the portly crimelord deals with failure! And when Cochrane's big heist is thrwarted by the wall-crawler, his worst nightmare comes true. Now he's summoned to a midnight meeting with the Big Boss himself. But what's waiting for him may not be quite what he expects! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 5

    Painted cover by Duncan Fegredo. Peter Milligan/Duncan Fegredo. THE SCOOP: Beginning a self-contained two-part story, in which writer Peter Milligan (X-FORCE) and artist Duncan Fegredo (Clerks) spin a touching tale of one of Spider-Man's most misunderstood foes! THE STORY: They call him the Rhino big lug in an impenetrable - and irremovable - suit. He runs into things, he knocks 'em down. That's what he does. Until he runs into a certain wise-cracking web-slinger, who knocks him down. So what's it like to walk in the Rhino's size 17 shoes? What's it like to wake up every morning knowing that Spider-Man is out there, waiting to drag your grey butt into jail? And what's it like when you finally figure out the key to solving your predicament? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #6
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 6

    Painted cover by Duncan Fegredo. Peter Milligan/Duncan Fegredo. THE SCOOP: Concluding writer Peter Milligan's (X-FORCE) and artist Duncan Fegredo's (Jay & Silent Bob) touching tale of one of Spider-Man's most misunderstood foes! THE STORY: The impossible has happened. An experimental operation has made the Rhino intelligent, witty, and refined. He even gets the girl and - even better - manages to outsmart his old enemy Spider-Man! There can never be too much of a good thing - right? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 7

    Cover by Lee Weeks. Bruce Jones/Lee Weeks/Joe Rubenstein. THE SCOOP: Legendary horror writer Bruce Jones (Creepy, Eerie), penciler Lee Weeks (SPIDER-MAN: THE MYSTERIO MANIFESTO) and inker Joe Rubenstien spin a three-part tale of twists and turns entitled "Gentlemen's Agreement!" THE SET-UP: TANGLED WEB invites some of today's hottest writers and artists to take a hard look at the shadow that Spider-Man casts over the "friendly neighborhood" and the people who live in it. THE STORY: In the years that Charlie Clemmens has steered his cab through the city's shadowed streets, he's seen a lot of strange things. But it's what Charlie sees on this rainy, moonlit evening that changes his life forever. See, Charlie knows something a lot of folks would love to know - a big secret about a certain red-and-blue phantom - and this knowledge just might save his life! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 8

    Cover by Lee Weeks. Bruce Jones/Lee Weeks/Joe Rubenstein. THE SCOOP: Legendary horror writer Bruce Jones (Creepy, Eerie), penciler Lee Weeks (SPIDER-MAN: THE MYSTERIO MANIFESTO) and inker Joe Rubenstein spin chapter two of a three-part tale of twists and turns! THE SET-UP: TANGLED WEB invites some of today's most unique writers and artists to take a hard look at the shadow that Spider-Man casts over the "friendly neighborhood" and the people who live in it. ? THE STORY: Charlie Clemmens is a down-on-his-luck cabbie who knows a big secret about a certain red-and-blue phantom. A secret he's about to sell to a crew of unsavory characters. But is money all that's on Charlie's mind ? or has he woven a web of his own? A web that just might ensnare Spider-Man himself? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #9
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 9

    Cover by Lee Weeks. Bruce Jones/Lee Weeks/Joe Rubenstein. THE SCOOP: Legendary horror writer Bruce Jones (Creepy, Eerie), penciler Lee Weeks (SPIDER-MAN: THE MYSTERIO MANIFESTO) and inker Joe Rubenstein deliver the chilling finale of a three-part tale of twists and turns! THE SET-UP: TANGLED WEB invites some of today's most unique writers and artists to take a hard look at the shadow that Spider-Man casts over the "friendly neighborhood" and the people who live in it. THE STORY: The cabbie named Charlie Clemmens reveals his secret to his partners in crime -- and they'll wish he hadn't! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #10
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 10

    Cover and art by Kaare Andrews. THE SCOOP: A new self-contained story written and illustrated by AMAZING SPIDER-MAN cover artist Kaare Andrews! THE SET-UP: So far, we've seen stories that showcase popular super-villains in ways we've never seen. We've seen common thugs contemplating the cost of living in Spider-Man's city. And we've seen an ordinary Joe with the means to cash in on the web-slinger's identity. The one element that is missing is perhaps the greatest one: Spidey's impact on kids. THE STORY: Meet Jack and Casey, two young brothers living on the edge of nowhere, abandoned by their father and growing up way too soon. But when the villain known as Electro bursts into their living room one chilly evening, Jack and Casey will test the limits of their kinship and learn a thing or two about power and responsibility - courtesy of a certain someone! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #11
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 11

    Cover by Darwyn Cooke. Art by Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone. THE SCOOP: A special self-contained, double-sized issue written and penciled by Eisner Award-nominated creator Darwyn Cooke (Batman: Ego, Catwoman)! THE SET-UP: Marvel continues to reach out and attract unique creators to The House, and TANGLED WEB is the perfect place to let them strut their stuff! We believe in a Spidey book for every type of reader, and this comic - which examines the wall-crawler from a more street-level view - is perfect for those who never thought they'd ever read a Spidey book! THE STORY: It's Valentines Day, and two beautiful young women are breathlessly waiting at The Coffee Bean for their date to pick them up. The problem is, they both think they have a date with Peter Parker! The other problem is, the Vulture has just knocked Spider-Man silly and the web-slinger can't remember his name - let alone his social schedule! Oh... and did we mention J. Jonah Jameson and the laxative?! THE CREATORS: Cooke follows up his guest-stint on X-FORCE by writing and penciling this double-size issue! Featuring inks by J. Bone (Jingle Belle, Alison Dare)! THE FORMAT: 48 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. (MarvelPG) FC, 48pgs. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #12
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 12

    Cover by Duncan Fegredo. Zeb wells (w). Duncan Fegredo (p). THE SCOOP: Teen Angst meets the world of tights and latex in this special, self-contained issue written by Wizard magazine video award-winner Zeb Well and illustrated by Duncan Fegredo! THE SET-UP: Marvel continues to reach out and attract unique creators to The House, and TANGLED WEB is the perfect place to let them strut their stuff! We believe in a Spidey book for every type of reader, and this comic - which examines the wall-crawler from a more street-level view - is perfect for those who never thought they'd ever read a Spidey book! THE STORY: In high school, no one can hear you scream. Few kids can brag that their father has gone toe-to-toe with Spider-Man, but even fewer that their father was dressed as a giant frog at the time! Eugene Colorito can. And this mild-mannered teen would just as soon forget the image of his father being beaten over the head with his own spring boot. Unfortunately, Eugene goes to high school with plenty of people eager to help him remember... and daddy's just been released from the pen! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. FC, 32pg Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #13
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 13

    Cover By Sean Phillips. Ron Zimmerman/Sean Phillips. THE SCOOP: A special self-contained issue written by Howard Stern Radio Show writer Ron Zimmerman and illustrated by Sean Phillips (Wildcats)! THE STORY: There's a bar with no name on the edge of town where they meet - the super-powered folks who choose to walk on the wrong side of the law and whose paths inevitably cross that of a certain wall-crawler. Tonight, an old warrior, a young turk and an mysterious stranger have convened at table three, to pound bourbon shots, lick their wounds, and exchange stories. And when the stranger tells his tale - that's when things really get interesting. THE SET-UP: Marvel continues to reach out and attract unique creators to The House, and TANGLED WEB is the perfect place to let them strut their stuff! We believe in a Spidey book for every type of reader, and this comic ? which examines the wall-crawler from a more street-level view ? is perfect for those who never thought they'd ever read a Spidey book! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #14
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 14

    Cover by Dave Johnson. Brian Azzarello and Raven (w). Giuseppe Camuncoli (P). THE SCOOP: Get ready to rumble with a special self-contained issue co-written by Brian Azzarello and World Wrestling Federation superstar Raven! THE SET-UP: Marvel continues to reach out and attract unique creators to The House, and TANGLED WEB is the perfect place to let them strut their stuff! We believe in a Spidey book for every type of reader, and this comic - which examines the wall-crawler from a more street-level view - is perfect for those who never thought they'd ever read a Spidey book! THE STORY: What really bit Peter Parker after that spider sunk its radioactive fangs into him? The wrestling bug! Looking for a way to cash in on his newfound abilities, the boy who'd one day be Spider-Man stepped into the squared circle to face off against one of the most feared men in the business: Crusher Hogan! And we all know the outcome of that match - or do we? So forget Spider-Man - what's Hogan's story? Just how many lives are affected by some kid innocently looking to make some easy money? THE BUZZ: "It's like your favorite big-time movie star showing up on your favorite sitcom, as TANGLED WEB gives creators you normally wouldn't see doing super heroes at crafting out-of-the-ordinary Spider-Man tales. Like Sean Penn on Friends. Only funny." - Wizard THE FORMAT: 40 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 15

    Cover, story, and art by Paul Pope. THE SCOOP: It's Spider-Man - via Paul Pope (Heavy Liquid)! THE SET-UP: Marvel continues to reach out to unique creators, and TANGLED WEB is the place to let them strut their stuff! We believe in a Spidey book for every type of reader, and this comic - which examines the wall-crawler from a more street-level view - is perfect for those who never thought they'd ever read a Spidey book! THE STORY: Thirteen-year-old Heather has a severe crush on a certain web-spinning super hero that's got her father climbing the walls - literally! Seems Heather's old man has a few exoskeletons in his closet that he'd just as soon put to use squashing his archrival - and what time is better than the present? THE BUZZ: "With an impressive roster of guest creators and an approach that has a bit of indy cool, TANGLED WEB continues to surprise and please me." - Randy Lander, TheFourthRail.com THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 16

    Cover by Leo Fernandez. Daniel Way (w). Leo fernandez (p). Tombstone is a ruthless gangster who can bang with the best of them - until he finds himself in the jail from hell. Now he must navigate a treacherous sea of gangs, corrupt guards and every man's worst nightmare: the 7 foot-tall, 500-pound monster known as Kangaroo - who has a "thing" for poor Tombstone! Printed on glossy stock with a cardstock cover. "This title is slowly becoming the most consistently entertaining book in the Spider-Man line." - Zentertainment.com (MarvelPG) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 17

    Cover by Leo Fernandez. Daniel Way (w). Leo fernandez (p). Like HBO's Oz? Wait until you read part two of Tombstone's fun time in jail! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/CARDSTOCK COVER/FC/MARVEL PG Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 18

    Alphabet City - Story, Art and Cover by Ted McKeever. If you thought other takes on the wall-crawler were weird, wait until you see what Ted McKeever has cooked up! Characters: TypeFace; SpellCheck; Spider-Man. 32 pages, full color. Marvel PG Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 19

    Cover By Jim Mahfood. Robbie Morrison (w). Jim Mahfood (p). Animals attack as Grizzly and the Rhino get their own one-shot by writer Robbie Morrison (2000 A.D.) and artist Jim Mahfood (ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP)! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/CARDSTOCK COVER/FC/MARVEL PG Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 20

    Cover By Dean Haspiel. Zeb Wells (w). Dean Haspiel (p & i). Go "Behind the Mustache" when writer Zeb Wells and Eisner-nominee Dean Haspiel spotlight J. Jonah Jameson! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/CARDSTOCK COVER/FC/MARVEL PG Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 21

    Cover By Darwyn Cooke. Darwyn Cooke (w). Jay Bone (p). A standalone story written by Darwyn Cooke (Catwoman: Selina's Big Score)! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/MARVEL PG Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #22
    Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) 22

    Cover By Alberto Dose. Brian Walsh (w). Alberto Dose (p). What happens to criminals caught in Spider-Man's web? Find out in "The System!" 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/MARVEL PG Cover price $2.99.