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  • Issue #1A
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1A
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #1497270016

    Spider web background, wraparound cover, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna. "Power Without Responsibility!," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by John Romita, Jr. inks by Scott Hanna and Jimmy Palmiotti (assist); After having given up being Spider-Man (see Spider-Man 98), Peter Parker runs into a new Spider-Man. The Scintillating Spider-Man Scrapbook, pencils by John Romita, Jr.; Pencil reference sketches of the main supporting characters, the Bugle Building and the Parkers apartment. "Memories," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by Andy Smith, inks by Brad Vancata; A short story about Peter Parker's childhood. 54 pgs., full color. $2.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1ADFSIGNED
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1ADFSIGNED
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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition. Signed and numbered by Howard Mackie, John Romita Sr, and John Romita Jr. Limited to 1,500 and includes a numbered certificate of authenticity from Dynamic Forces.
    Mackie script; Romita Jr. art; spider web background, wraparound cover. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1B

    Sunburst Variant cover, Orange sky with man jumping in the air Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1DF
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1DF
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    Dynamic Forces Variant. Limited to 12,000 copies. John Romita Jr. Cover. NOTE: Certificate of authenticity from Dynamic Forces may or may not be present.

  • Issue #1DFSIGNEDA
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1DFSIGNEDA

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition. Signed and numbered by John Romita Jr & John Romita Sr and limited to 2,500 copies. Includes a certificate of authenticity from Dynamic Forces.

  • Issue #1DFSIGNEDB
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 1DFSIGNEDB

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition. Signed and numbered by John Romita Jr. Limited to 7,500 copies. Includes a certificate of authenticity from Dynamic Forces.

  • Issue #2A
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 2A
    • Signed by writer/cover artist Dan Jurgens with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Blue Background. Dan Jurgens cover. "Plaything of the Gods," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Spider-Man and Thor battle Tokkots downtown while Aunt May suffers because she needs her prescription medicine; Peter has the prescription, but is in the midst of battle with the rhyme-speaking Tokkots. 38 pgs., full color. $1.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2B
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 2B

    Orange background. John Romita Jr. Cover. Thor guests Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 3

    Cover by Lee Weeks. "Eye Witness," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Spider-Man and Iceman from the X-Men battle a creature beneath the Earth. 36 pgs., full color. $1.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 4

    Cover pencils by Bart Sears, inks by Mark Pennington. "Beneath It All," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by Bart Sears, inks by Scott Hanna; When random people begin to disappear into the New York sewers, it catches the attention of Marrow who used to be an underground dwelling Morlock; Despite the protests of the X-Men, she leaves to investigate; Peter and Betty are sent out to get the scoop for the Bugle but Pete gets knocked out and Betty disappears; Peter comes out of retirement to don his Spider-Man costume and scour the sewers with Marrow, looking for the missing victims. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 5

    Cover pencils by John Byrne, inks by Scott Hanna. "The Trouble with Girls," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by Bart Sears, inks by Scott Hanna; Spider-Man is no stranger to girl problems, but this may be a new extreme; One of the girls from his past now wants him dead; Spider-Woman (Martha Franklin) and Black Cat app. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #6
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 6

    Cover pencils by John Byrne, inks by Scott Hanna. "The Whys Have It!", script by Howard Mackie, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Spider-Man must protect both Arthur Stacy and Senator Ward from the Kingpin's deadly assasin Bullseye. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 7

    Cover pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna. "Creatures of the Night," script by Howard Mackie, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Spider-Man falls into the arms of the Hunger; Blade, Kingpin, and Jimmy Six app. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 8

    Howard Mackie/John Romita Jr./Scott Hanna Spider-Man vs. Bullseye. Nuff said! Oh, you want more info? Okay, it looks like the frightening phone calls that have plagued the Parker household reach a climax in this issue! Who is stalking the Parkers? Is it the return of Norman Osborn, or something even more insidious? And even worse, Peter takes the wrong photo of the wrong people at the wrong time. Now theres an underworld contract out on his life?and you wont believe whos behind it! Cover by John Romita Jr. FC$1.99" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #9
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 9

    cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna ? THE SCOOP: Hes baaaaack! Its the return of Venom! ? THE STORY: The awful telephone calls continue?driving Mary Jane away from home?and from her husband, Peter Parker! It seems that MJ cant cope with real life, and this time even Peters amazing powers cant help her! And then, just when things couldnt get worse, Eddie Brock walks back into the Parkers life?and that means the fiendish foe named Venom cant be far behind! Or does it? Last we saw, the symbiote had split from its human host?so is something even more terrifying on the way?! Dont miss the shocking return of Spider-Mans arch-foe! ? THE CREATORS: Venom drawn by John Romita Jr.? Cooooool! FC$1.99" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #10
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 10

    Howard Mackie/John Romita Jr./Scott Hanna Last issue Venom returned... could Carnage be far behind?! At last, Peter Parker and Mary Jane finally get to spend a quiet evening at home... until Venom strikes! Kidnapping, J. Jonah Jameson, the fearsome fiend takes the panicked publisher to the scene of Eddie Brocks near suicide. And when the web-slinger comes to the rescue, he winds up flat on his back at Jonahs feet! At long last, will Spidey get unmasked?! Dont ask Venom?hes too busy going to war with Carnage! Cover by John Romita Jr. FC" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #11
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 11

    "the Eighth Day" part 3 (of 4) cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna ? THE SCOOP: The Iron Man/Thor/Juggernaut crossover continues! ? THE STORY: Pulled into the blistering battle between the Avengers and several godlike beings, the wall-crawler discovers that their maniacal machine is being built beneath the Daily Bugle! Meanwhile, we reveal the secret of the mysterious phone calls that have been haunting Mary Jane! Plus: Senator Ward makes a dramatic play! Does it involve the disappearance of Arthur Stacy? There's only one way to find out! Continued in JUGGERNAUT: THE EIGHTH DAY! ? THE CREATORS: Brought to you by the ongoing creative team of Howard Mackie, John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna." Fold out cover. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #12
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 12

    cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./ scott hanna * THE SCOOP: It's a double-sized spectacular that features the climactic struggle with the Sinister Six and the slimy Senator Ward! * THE STORY: Senator Stewart Ward frames Spider-Man as a criminal and strikes a secret deal with the Sinister Six (with new teammate Venom) to hunt down--and kill--the web-slinger! And our beloved and bedeviled hero may be a sitting duck as the Mary Jane/stalker scenario reaches its unbearable finale! * THE CREATORS: Swinging your way by the Energizer Bunny of creative teams (?cause they keep going and going and going...) Howard Mackie, John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna! * THE FORMAT: You guessed it, just like AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #12, this anniversary issue is a big 48 pages! " Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #13
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 13

    Howard Mackie/Lee Weeks/Scott Hanna If you thought Venom was intense, wait until Carnage cuts loose! Just when you thought he was nothing more than a gleam in the eye of his "brother," Carnage comes back in all his crimson crazed fury! Cletus Kasady is undergoing major withdrawal symptoms since his symbiotic other was torn from his body, and he'll do anything to hasten his reunification. And when a mysterious ally appears to make him an offer he can't refuse... well, let's just say very bad things start to happen! FC, 32pg" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #14
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 14

    Howard Mackie/John Romita Jr./Scott Hanna. Look out! It's an official stop on the Hulk Smash World Tour! Emotions seek strange release, sometimes in misdirected anger. And in the case of Peter Parker, the object of his misdirected anger is none other than the rampaging monstrosity that was born in the heart of a gamma bomb explosion! With his life again turned upside down, Spider-Man is ready to take it out on somebody... and when that somebody is the Hulk, you know the ensuing battle will rock the Big Apple to its core! Cover by John Romita Jr." Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 15

    Howard Mackie/John Romita Jr./Scott Hanna Continued from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #15! Spider-Man, under siege in a Stryfe-ruled Latveria, decides the only way to get real answers is to invade Castle Doom itself! Now it's an unhinged wall-crawler vs. the marshalled forces of Doom's stronghold! And when the web-slinger gets to the throne room itself, will the owner be there... or is there a new king in town? Cover by John Romita Jr. FC" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 16

    cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna Venom hunts the Sinister Six! Picking up on the action in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16, Peter Parker must find out if J. Jonah Jameson finally knows his secret identity. But he may not have much time to check in with the Daily Bugle's publisher because Venom has some unfinished business with Jameson! And when he's done, the savage symbiote plans on killing the other members of the Sinister Six, one by one! FC" Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 17

    cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna. It's a first in Spider-Man history: J. Jonah Jameson will no longer publish photos of the wall-crawler! Is this because he finally knows who's under the mask? Meanwhile, Venom continues to cross names off his Sinister Six hit list! Now it's Kraven's turn! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 18

    cover by john romita jr. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna. Who has found Spider-Man's lost costume and web-shooters?! In his time of greatest need, Peter Parker's friends are crawling out of the woodwork to console him?but will he push them all away while he attempts to both avoid the wrath of the Green Goblin and find his missing costume?! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 19

    cover by erik larsen. howard mackie/john romita jr./scott hanna. Peter Parker is determined to discover the truth regarding the supposed death of Mary Jane?but like Colonel Taylor at the end of Planet of the Apes, he might not like what he finds! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 20

    cover by mark buckingham. paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green. ? THE SCOOP: Marvel's top hero gets a top creative team: new penciler Mark Buckingham (Batman, Titans) and new writer Paul Jenkins (INCREDIBLE HULK, INHUMANS)! ? THE STORY: At his lowest ebb, Spider-Man has finally accepted the reality of his wife's death. He's been consoled by his friends and family, but there's still one person he must make peace with?his long gone Uncle Ben. This is a story that cuts to the heart of the character as Peter Parker flashes back to the happiest times of his checkered life, revealing never-before-seen moments in one of comicdom's most cherished characters. Be there for a bittersweet and humorously optimitstic tale which catches our star-crossed hero at a crossroads?and acts as a superb beginning for the new team of Jenkins and Buckingham! ? THE WRITER SPEAKS: Will we be seeing much of Peter's supporting cast in his tales? Says Jenkins: "They're extremely important. I always remember all the cool old Stan Lee/Steve Ditko or the Lee/John Romita stories in which Peter constantly had to juggle his school work and his girlfriends and go off to battle the bad guy and somehow make it home in time for dinner. This always seemed so important because his supporting cast were so interesting. We cared about whether or not he'd end up with Gwen or Mary Jane. Or whether or not he'd break Flash's nose without letting on that he had super strength. Because they lived and breathed as much as he did." What will Jenkins stress in his Spidey stories? "To me, it's all about character, character, character," he stated. "There are certain elements that should always be in a Spidey comic: action, humor, fisticuffs, bad guys with outrageous costumes, crazy futuristic weaponry, boatloads of gorgeous women... and Aunt May's meat loaf. So, never fear, those elements will be in the book. But if anyone has ever read my stuff they'll know I feel it's very important to take time to understand the characters." And speaking of characters, what does he think of our main man? "Spider-Man is so full of potential," stated Jenkins. "He's such a tragic figure because he's striving to rectify a mistake he once made?namely the death of his Uncle Ben?but there's no way he can make up for it. The only way would be to somehow bring Uncle Ben back to life, and that can't happen. But this poor guy, he's going to keep trying no matter what... and while he's at it, he'll take the occasional moment to thumb his nose at all the obstacles placed in his way. What a great character." Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 21

    cover by mark buckingham paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green THE NEW CREATIVE TEAM OF PAUL JENKINS (INHUMANS, INCREDIBLE HULK) and Mark Buckingham continues to explore the character of Spider-Man as our hero struggles to pull himself together and accept his recent loss. Sounds like it's time for a serious buddy-to-buddy talk with the Human Torch! Plus: Peter Parker... on stage?! We kid thee not! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 22

    cover by mark buckingham paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green Having had a chunk bitten out of him by Venom, the remaining days of Flint Marko's life are literally like sand in an hourglass! And Sandman blames our wall-crawling hero for his pitiful plight! It's their strangest struggle ever as a disintegrating Sandman attempts to bury Spider-Man once and for all! FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #23
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 23
    • Signed by writer Paul Jenkins with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    cover by mark buckingham. paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green. Roomates Peter Parker and Randy Robertson are both experiencing weird dreams about alien abduction! And what's even more strange is that they'll lead?through a chilling chain of events?to the creation of an all-new villain! But what does this all have to do with MAXIMUM SECURITY? Plus: Meet the newest addition to Spidey's rogue's gallery, Type Face! FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 24
    • Signed by writer Paul Jenkins with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    cover by mark buckingham. paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green A Maximum Security Tie-In! Spider-Man: abducted by aliens?! Peter Parker becomes an unwilling subject of an experiment that unleashes a horror on New York City! "Spider-Man is back... Highly Recommended. 10 (out of 10)." -Randy Lander, Comics Newsarama FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 25

    Cover art by Mark Buckingham (as Bucky). "Trick of the Light," script by Paul Jenkins, pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Dan Green, Rodney Ramos, and Mark Buckingham; The issue begins with Peter Parker's funeral, but Peter is desperately trying to escape from his coffin; vs. Green Goblin (Norman Osborn). 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 26

    cover by mark buckingham paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green How do the NYPD see Spider-Man? After being involved in many run-ins with the law?including everything from capturing crooks to the death of Captain Stacy?do New York's finest see Spidey as a hero or menace? "Expectations were high for writer Paul Jenkins' and penciler Mark Buckingham's first issue, #20. They delivered: That ish was the No. 1 most-reordered book the week it shipped." -Wizard Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 27

    cover by mark buckingham paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green Banking machines, traffic lights and everything electrical are going haywire in NYC! So whose face appears atop a skyscraper in Times Square, and what is his message for Spider-Man? And when the web-slinger battles his way to the nerve center of a spooky building, what horrifying truth will he uncover? You want cool and creepy? The team of Paul Jenkins and Mark Buckingham will deliver! "Spidey is back! This is old-fashioned Spidey, fighting crooks, making wisecracks, chin-wagging with the Human Torch with a good dollop of Peter Parker thrown in. The art matches beautifully." -Comics International FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 28

    cover by caare andrews paul jenkins/mark buckingham/dan green Last issue the city went wild in the grip of electrical haywire. This issue Spider-Man enters the lair of the villain responsible?ony to discover an even bigger horror! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 29

    cover by kaare andrews paul jenkins/charlie adlard/dan green Mary Jane. Ben Reilly. The baby. The "stalker". These are the topics that readers refuse to let die?but which will be answered? Writer J. Michael Straczynski is coming to the Spider-verse next month, the stage is being cleared now in this three-part shocker! Continued in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2001! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 30

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher ? THE SCOOP: New cover artist Humberto Ramos, a new super-villain and a refocused emphasis on the man behind the mask mark a new start for PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN! 1st appearance of Fusion. ? THE STORY: The Web-Slinger faces off against a new foe who is stronger than him, faster than him, smarter than him?and who is also fueled by a bottomless hatred of him! Introducing Fusion, a villain who can take a aspects of various super heroes' powers and incorporate them into his own body! And if Spider-Man is going to survive, he must dig even more deeply into his resources! ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 31

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher The new villain named Fusion ? who has the ability to absorb any hero's power ? also has a deep burning hatred for Spider-Man! If Spidey wants to survive, he must find the kink in Fusion's formidable armor ? that is, if he even has one! Now featuring covers by Humberto Ramos! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 32

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher The secrets of Fusion revealed! A helpless Spider-Man is brought to Fusion's lair, where he learns exactly who his strange new foe is, as well as the true scope of his powers. And it's worse than you think! Now featuring covers by Humberto Ramos! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #33
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 33

    cover by humberto ramos. paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher. On the anniversary of Uncle Ben's death, the web-slinger heads where he always does: the Ballpark. There he'll reminisce about the man whose words formed the mantra of his life ? and about the day when fate dropped out of the sky and landed on young Peter Parker's head... literally! 7-59606-04717-8-03211 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 34

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher With great power there must also come great responsibility, but what if one does not want the power in the first place? Spider-Man faces off against such an individual, when a new foe takes it upon himself to cleanse the city ? literally!Paul Jenkins script. Mark Buckingham art. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 35

    cover by humberto ramos. paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher. An individual's perception of Spider-Man is a very personal thing. To six-year-old Jamal, growing up in the mean streets, the web-slinger is very personal indeed. And what do you think would happen when he finally gets a chance to meet his idol? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 36

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/mark buckingham/wayne faucher A piece of recovered webbing, a chart plotting movement, and a stack of police profiles all serve as valuable tools for a particularly resourceful Private Eye tracking down a most elusive quarry: Spider-Man! 7-59606-04717-8-03611 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 37
    • Signed by cover artist Humberto Ramos with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Human Torch appearance. cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/staz johnson (p)/wayne faucher(i0 Old Man Winter is angry, the wind chill is at minus 40, and Peter Parker has dragged himself out of bed to sit around in the freezing cold waiting for the bad guys to show! If you've ever wondered what it would be really like to slide into Spider-Man's spandex, this self-contained slice-of-life story-- introducing possibly the weirdest villains ever to grace the pages of a comic ? is for you! Featuring guest art by Staz Johnson (Robin)! 7-59606-04717-8-03711 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 38

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/Mark buckingham (p)/wayne faucher (i) 'Nuff Said! Spidey faces his fiercest ? and quietest ? foes: murderous Mimes! "Continuing to raise his game to compete with J. Michael Straczynski, Paul Jenkins offers an intense, character-led story." 7-59606-04717-8-03811 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #39
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 39

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/Mark buckingham (p)/wayne faucher (i) ? THE SCOOP: The return of Dr. Octopus! ? THE STORY: The critically acclaimed team of writer Paul Jenkins and penciler Mark Buckingham kick off an intense three- part saga featuring the return of one of Spider-Man's most infamous foes! ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-04717-8-03911 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 40

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins/Mark buckingham/wayne faucher ? THE SCOOP: In the shadow of Octopus! ? THE STORY: It's chapter two of a three-part shocker featuring the return of Dr. Octopus! ? THE BUZZ: "If you can find room for one more Spidey title within your monthly budget, this is the one." -Borderline ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. (MarvelPG) FC, 32pg$2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 41

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w) Mark buckingham (p) wayne faucher (i) It's the finale of Spider-Man's brutal battle with his arch-nemesis, Dr. Octopus! "PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN may be seen as the red-headed stepchild of the Spider-Man books in the public eye, which is a shame because it stands right alongside AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN as really great super-hero comics." -TheFourthRail.com FC, 32pg$2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #42
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 42

    Cover By Kyle Baker. Zeb Wells /Jim Mahfood. THE SCOOP: Just in time for April Fool's, a special two-part story by the guest creative team of Wizard magazine video award-winner Zeb Wells and Jim Mahfood (ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP #9) take aim at the most sacred of institutions ? a little ritual called "Spring Break"! THE STORY: It's that time of the year again, so oil up those pecs, slip on your thong and head down to the "Sonic TV Spring Break House" for some serious partying. Everyone's there: Tiffany, N'Step, Crisco and a little something ? make that someone ? under the sand that's going to require Spider-Man's immediate attention! And the madness continues in just two short weeks! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 43

    Cover By Kyle Baker . Zeb Wells /Jim Mahfood. THE SCOOP: Just in time for April Fool's, it's a special two-part story as the creative team of Zeb Wells (Wizard video award-winner) and Jim Mahfood (ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP #9) take aim at the most sacred of institutions ? a little ritual called "Spring Break"! THE STORY: It's that time of the year again, so oil up those pecs, slip on your thong and head down to the "Sonic TV Spring Break House" for some serious partying! Everyone's there: Tiffany, N'Step, Crisco and a little something ? make that someone ? under the sand that's going to require Spidey's attention! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 44

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/ humberto ramos (p)/wayne faucher (i) ? THE SCOOP: Regular cover artist -- and major Spider-Man fan -- Humberto Ramos lends his extraordinary talents to a special four-part story featuring the return of the web-slinger's most relentless foe: the Green Goblin! ? THE STORY: Norman Osborn is back. Norman Osborn is pissed. And this time, no tricks, no games. What he wants is plain and simple: Peter Parker's heart on a silver platter! ? THE BUZZ: "PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN is the most cerebral of the Spider books, focusing on the title character and his two distinct identities... it's the complex nature of the character that Jenkins explores, often with Vertigo-level depth... if you had to give one super hero book to an adult, non-comics reading friend of yours, this is the one I'd suggest." - ComicBookResources.com ? THE FORMAT: 40 pages, with ads. 7-59606-04717-8-04411 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 45

    COVER BY HUMBERTO RAMOS PAUL JENKINS (W)/HUMBERTO RAMOS (P)/WAYNE FAUCHER (I) ? THE SCOOP: Regular cover artist -- and major Spider-Man fan -- Humberto Ramos lends his extraordinary talents to a special four-part story featuring the return of the web-slinger's most relentless foe: the Green Goblin! ? THE STORY: Last we saw Spider-Man, he was left battered and bruised by the hands of the Green Goblin! Now the Goblin's plan starts to unfold as he goes after someone very close to Peter! And by the end of this issue, that person's life will never be the same! ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-04717-8-0451 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #46
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 46

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/humberto ramos (p)/ wayne faucher (i) Regular cover artist Humberto Ramos lends his extraordinary talents to a special four-part story featuring the return of the web-slinger's most relentless foe: the Green Goblin! 7-59606-04717-8-04611 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 47

    cover by humberto ramos paul jenkins (w)/humberto ramos (p)/wayne faucher (i) The crazed conclusion to the Green Goblin saga! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/MARVEL PG2.25 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #48
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 48

    Cover pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Wayne Faucher. "The Big Question," script by Paul Jenkins, pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Wayne Faucher; Still mourning the comatose state of Flash Thompson, Spidey also has to face a strange woman, and old crimes committed by a corporation. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #49
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 49

    Cover pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Wayne Faucher. "The Big Answer," script by Paul Jenkins, pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Wayne Faucher; Spidey receives help from Buddhist deity, Tara; secrets are revealed, and a new villain is introduced. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #50
    Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) 50

    Cover art by Mark Buckingham. "And here, my troubles begin...", script by Paul Jenkins, pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Wayne Faucher; Peter finally tells Aunt May his whole truth behind being Spider-Man, including the identity of the Green Goblin and the danger that hangs over them on a daily basis; Paul Jenkins and Mark Buckingham conclude their run on this series. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.99.