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  • Issue #1
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 1
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    "Carnage Rising!" Maximum Carnage Part 1 of 14. Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Jim Sanders III. Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. Following the tragic events of Spectacular Spider-Man 200, the friends and family of Harry Osborn gather for Harry's funeral. Peter and Mary Jane reflect upon the tragic passing of another friend and wonder where their lives will go from here. Meanwhile at the Ravencroft maximum security institution, one of the doctors gets the bright idea to take a blood sample from Cletus Kasady. And in that critical instant…the murderous Carnage is reborn! Oh my, Katie bar the door! Because the killing is about to begin! True to form Carnage wipes out the entire hospital staff, but then surprisingly makes a new friend! Who is this murderess so ready and willing to help Carnage? The web-slinger will find out soon when he battles her and that pesky eight-legged doppelganger several hours later! As for Carnage, he's going to pay a visit to J. Jonah Jameson before he pays back his two hated enemies…Venom and the Amazing Spider-Man! Story continues in Web of Spider-Man 101. First appearance of Shriek. Cameo appearances by the Black Cat and the Molten Man. Second Story: "Playback" Script by Mike Barr. Pencils and Inks by Jerry Bingham. While fighting the Scorpion at an abandoned construction site, the wall-crawler has strange flashbacks to his adolescent days (before Uncle Ben was killed). Third Story: "Long Way Down!" Script by Terry Kavanagh. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Tom Palmer. Cardiac stalks city executives who embezzled funds (designated for building safety improvements) into their own pockets. Cardiac is poised to deliver his own brand of justice until Code: Blue arrives on the scene! (Notes: Carnage previously appeared in Amazing Spider-Man 363. This issue is printed on glossy paper. The Maximum Carnage storyline was reprinted in 1994 in the trade paperback: Spider-Man Maximum Carnage.) 64 pages Cover price $3.95.

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    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 1DF.SIGNED
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    One of a specially limited series of 10,000 copies signed and numbered by artist Ron Lim. Includes Dynamic Forces issued Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Issue #2
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 2
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    "The Hatred, the Horror and the Hero!" Maximum Carnage, Part 14 of 14. Script by Tom DeFalco. Chapter 1 - Art by Mark Bagley (breakdowns) and Sam de la Rosa (finishes). Chapter 2 - Art by Ron Lim (pencils), Jim Sanders III (inks), and Sam de la Rosa (inks). Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. Story continues from Spectacular Spider-Man 203. In shocking fashion Carnage jumps out of Central Park Lake! Oh no, all the police and superheroes (besides the web-slinger) left a while ago thinking the bloodthirsty super-villain was dead! But he's still alive! And that means the Maximum Carnage saga is not over yet! Venom and Spider-Man battle Carnage first in Central Park, then at the St. Estes Home in Brooklyn, and finally in an old cemetery! Can the wondrous wall-crawler at long last corral Carnage? And also keep Venom from killing his symbiote offspring? After fourteen issues there's no telling how this tale will end! Appearances by the Black Cat, Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, Richard Parker LMD, Mary Parker LMD, Liz Osborn, Normie Osborn, Thunderstrike, Sersi, and the Vision. Cameo appearances by Morbius and Nightwatch. Second Story: "Other People's Dreams." Script by Kurt Busiek. Pencils by Steven Butler. Inks by Bud LaRosa. The web-slinger clashes with Megawatt! Cameo appearance by Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameos by Daredevil and Dr. Jonas Harrow. (Notes: Carnage returns in Amazing Spider-Man Annual 28. This issue is printed on glossy paper. The Maximum Carnage storyline was reprinted in 1994 in the trade paperback Spider-Man Maximum Carnage.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition. Signed by artists Ron Lim, Alex Saviuk, Mark Bagley, Sal Buscema, and Tom Lyle. Limited to 3,000 copies. Includes Dynamic Forces certificate of authenticity."The Hatred, the Horror and the Hero!" Maximum Carnage, Part 14 of 14. Script by Tom DeFalco. Chapter 1 - Art by Mark Bagley (breakdowns) and Sam de la Rosa (finishes). Chapter 2 - Art by Ron Lim (pencils), Jim Sanders III (inks), and Sam de la Rosa (inks). Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. Story continues from Spectacular Spider-Man 203. In shocking fashion Carnage jumps out of Central Park Lake! Oh no, all the police and superheroes (besides the web-slinger) left a while ago thinking the bloodthirsty super-villain was dead! But he's still alive! And that means the Maximum Carnage saga is not over yet! Venom and Spider-Man battle Carnage first in Central Park, then at the St. Estes Home in Brooklyn, and finally in an old cemetery! Can the wondrous wall-crawler at long last corral Carnage? And also keep Venom from killing his symbiote offspring? After fourteen issues there's no telling how this tale will end! Appearances by the Black Cat, Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, Richard Parker LMD, Mary Parker LMD, Liz Osborn, Normie Osborn, Thunderstrike, Sersi, and the Vision. Cameo appearances by Morbius and Nightwatch. Second Story: "Other People's Dreams." Script by Kurt Busiek. Pencils by Steven Butler. Inks by Bud LaRosa. The web-slinger clashes with Megawatt! Cameo appearance by Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameos by Daredevil and Dr. Jonas Harrow. (Notes: Carnage returns in Amazing Spider-Man Annual 28. This issue is printed on glossy paper. The Maximum Carnage storyline was reprinted in 1994 in the trade paperback Spider-Man Maximum Carnage.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #3
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 3

    "An Obituary for Octopus" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Jim Sanders III. Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. Peter Parker and Ben Urich investigate a burglary at one of the leading AIDS research facilities in New York City! To the web-slinger's surprise, the thief was none other than Doctor Octopus! Why is the wall-crawler's long-time foe stealing AIDS-infected blood? Is this some new sinister scheme by the super-villain with six arms? When Spider-Man tracks Doc Ock to his underground laboratory, the startling truth is revealed! Could Otto Octavius actually be working on a cure for the deadly AIDS virus?! (Note: This story reveals new details about Dr. Octopus' childhood and adolescent years.) Second Story: "Corona in Captive Fire" Script by Kurt Busiek. Pencils by Aaron Lopresti. Inks by Sam DeLaRosa. Corona is back! Where has she been since Spectacular Spider-Man 176? Apparently she's connected with a criminal organization now! But the web-slinger vows to help her get out of trouble, even if that means teaming up with her arrogant brother Cedric! Cameo appearances by Dr. Henry Pym and the Beast. Third Story: "Ren-Tech's Revenge" Script by Jack C. Harris. Pencils by Jesse Orozco. Inks by Mark Stegbauer. It's the second adventure of Annex! (Notes: Annex appears next in his self-titled limited series. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #4
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 4

    "The Man Who Would Be Spider-Man!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Scott Hanna, Al Milgrom, and Keith Williams. Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. While stopping a robbery in progress, the wondrous wall-crawler is unmasked! And in a remarkable coincidence, Lance Bannon happens to be nearby to snap a picture! Will Peter Parker's secret identity be exposed? Apparently not, because in the next day's newspaper, the Daily Bugle misidentifies the web-slinger as a guy named Phil. What?! And to make the situation even more bizarre, Phil holds a news conference to announce his new not-for-profit Spider-Man foundation…and line of retail products! The real wall-crawler is stunned by Phil's audacity and vows to get to the bottom of this mystery! And the operative word in this case is definitely "mystery" (or perhaps Mysterio)! Second Story: "Still Living in Fear" Script by Kurt Busiek. Pencils by Kevin West. Inks by Jimmy Palmiotti. Bloodshed (last seen in Web of Spider-Man 81) is still on the run from the crime syndicate that's trying to kill him! And once again the Spectacular Spider-Man will try to protect him from the bad guys and himself! Third Story: "Just a Joe Named Guy" Script by Carl Potts. Pencils by Dan Norton. Inks by Keith Williams. The web-slinger chases the Rhino and bumps into a powerful creature named Guy. (Notes: The title of the third story is a takeoff on the classic story in Amazing Spider-Man (1st series) 38. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 5

    "Estranged Tales" Guest-starring the Human Torch. Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Jim Sanders III. Cover by Ron Lim and Jim Sanders III. Both the Human Torch and the Amazing Spider-Man are going through rough times in their personal lives. And times like these are when super-villains like to strike! In keeping with that theory, Reynard Slinker aka Fox (last seen way, way back in Strange Tales Annual 2) plots his revenge against the two heroes that put him in prison many years ago! After meeting atop the Statue of Liberty, the torch and the wall-crawler bust into Reynard's hideout! Could this criminal caper be just the catharsis Johnny and the web-slinger need? Cameo appearances by Lyja and the "egg." Second Story: "Look Who's Back!" Script by Kurt Busiek. Art by Jan Duursema. The web-slinger tracks down stolen nuclear triggers from Empire State University! But along the way the spectacular one gets help from an undesired source…the Bobster! Cameo appearance by Roger Hochberg. (Note: The Bobster previously appeared in Web of Spider-Man 83 going by the name Hypertron.) Third Story: "Steel Spider Street Justice" Script by Eric Fein. Pencils by Mark Tenney. Inks by Keith Williams. After his girlfriend is shot, Ollie Osnick becomes the Steel Spider! First appearance of the Steel Spider. (Notes: Ollie previously appeared in Amazing Spider-Man 263 and 266. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #6
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 6

    "People Like Us!" Guest-starring Thunderstrike. Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by James Sanders III, Keith Williams, Larry Mahlstedt, Thomas Florimonte, and Fred Fredericks. Cover by Ron Lim and Scott Hanna. After reading a negative headline in the Daily Bugle about the wondrous wall-crawler, Thunderstrike reaches out to his recent web-slinging ally! However Eric Masterson's noble intentions bring him into direct conflict with Hydro-Man! And now it's the mighty Thunderstrike that needs help! Spider-Man and Thunderstrike team up again to dry out Hydro-Man! Cameo appearances by Daredevil, Cyclops, Dr. Octopus, Kingpin, and the Human Torch. (Note: The web-slinger and Thunderstrike recently fought alongside one another in Thunderstrike (1993-1995) issues 4 thru 6.) Second story: "Lives at Risk" Guest-starring Luke Cage. Script by Marc McLaurin. Pencils by Scott Kolins. Inks by John L. Holdredge and Keith Williams. While chasing Slyde through the Windy City, the Spectacular Spider-Man bumps into Luke Cage! Great! Luke will help Spidey corral Slyde and end this escapade! Or maybe he won't! What side of the law is Cage on? It's all politics...Chicago style! Third story: "Unnecessary Roughness" Script by Tom Brevoort and Mike Kanterovich. Pencils by Scott Kolins. Inks by Keith Williams. Flash Thompson runs into a former football rival...who is still holding a grudge! Cameo appearance by Peter Parker. (Note: This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #7
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 7

    "Second Rate Choices" Script by Tom Lyle. Art by Ron Lim (breakdowns pages 1-11), Phil Gosier (pencils pages 12-24), and Tom Palmer (finishes & inks). Cover by Ron Lim and Al Milgrom. Ben Reilly (aka the Spider-Clone) has returned to New York City after 5 years away! And now he has to start a new life in the Big Apple! Cameo appearance by Aunt May and Peter Parker. (Note: This story takes place after Web of Spider-Man 118.) Second story: "A Conflict of Interests!" Script by Tom Brevoort and Mike Kanterovich. Pencils by Bob McLeod. Inks by Randy Emberlin. Cardiac targets another corrupt corporate executive for vigilante justice! However before he can complete his mission, the web-slinger intervenes! The dishonest CEO survives Cardiac's assault, but suffers a heart attack once it's over! The executive is rushed to the hospital where his operating room doctor is...Dr. Elias Wirtham (aka Cardiac)! Will the good doctor save his patient? Or will Cardiac finish the job? Third story: "To Protect and Serve" Script by Steve Vrattos. Pencils by Phil Gosier. Inks by Keith Williams. Mary Jane watches and worries as her husband battles Boomerang on live TV. (Note: This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #8
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 8

    "Behind the Terror" Script by Tom Lyle. Art by Ron Lim (breakdowns), Tom Palmer (finishes), Al Milgrom (finishes), Scott Hanna (finishes), and Harry Candelario (finishes). Cover by Ron Lim and Joe Rubinstein. A quiet evening at the World Trade Center is suddenly interrupted by armored intruders! A new group called "Terror Unlimited" invades the twin towers are takes the dinner patrons at the Skyline restaurant hostage! And one of those patrons happens to be Mary Jane! The terrorists will kill the hostages and destroy the towers if the city doesn't meet their demands! However the Amazing Spider-Man and the Scarlet Spider are both in the vicinity during the attack! The web-slinger tackles the terrorists in the north tower while Ben Reilly goes after the ones in the south tower! Can the twin wall-crawlers score a double victory and save New York from a nuclear disaster? Cameo appearances by Joe Robertson, Ben Urich, and Ken Ellis. (Notes: This issue includes a full-page ad for the New Warriors series. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #9
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 9

    "Unholy Alliances!" The Mark of Kaine Part 5 of 5. Script by Tom Lyle. Pencils by Ron Lim, Ron Garney, and Tod Smith. Pencils by Tom Palmer, Randy Emberlin, Tim Tuohy, Al Milgrom, Jimmy Palmiotti, Klaus Janson, Sam de la Rosa, and Don Hudson. Cover by Ron Lim and Al Milgrom. Story continues from Spectacular Spider-Man 224. Fearing an attack from Kaine, seven of the web-slinger's greatest foes combine forces for their mutual protection...and Kaine's mutual destruction! The Hobgoblin brings together the Beetle, Electro, Mysterio, Scorpia, Shocker, and the Vulture to scour the city and locate Kaine! The search takes a while, but eventually the septet of super-villains finds their man! Will the Sinister Seven regret engaging the powerful Kaine? The Amazing Spider-Man (dressed as the Scarlet Spider) joins the mêlée to prevent Kaine from giving anyone his fatal mark! Meanwhile, the Black Cat travels to Ryker's Island prison to meet with Peter Parker! However Felicia doesn't realize she's actually talking to Ben Reilly! A few hours later after Felicia returns home, a surprise visitor knocks on her door...Mary Jane! An excellent issue! Cameo appearances by J. Jonah Jameson, Joe Robertson, Scrier, Seward Trainer, and Stunner. (Notes: This issue includes a full-page ad for the Avengers: History in the Breaking storyline (aka The Crossing). This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #10
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 10

    "A Promise to Keep" Exiled Part 4 of 4. Script by Mike Lackey. Pencils by Shawn McManus and Roy Burdine (flashbacks). Inks by John Nyberg and Shawn McManus. Cover by Shawn McManus. Story continues from Spider-Man 62. The Scarlet Spider returns to New York City! And while visiting Uncle Bens grave, he bumps into an old friend of his uncle! The poor man is despondent because his son has become involved with a criminal gang! Feeling sorry for his late uncles friend, Ben Reilly agrees to search for his son! Unfortunately the aforementioned criminal gang has crossed paths with the vindictive Vulture! If the Scarlet Spider is going to keep his promise, he'll have to take down the high-flying Vulture all by himself! Cameo appearance by Spider-Man (aka Peter Parker). Flashback cameos by Aunt May and Uncle Ben. (Notes: The Vulture returns in Sensational Spider-Man (1996 1st series) 16. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #11
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 11

    "The Skull Jackets" Guest-starring the Black Cat. Script by Fabian Nicieza. Pencils by Dave Hoover. Inks by Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Dave Hoover and Joe Rubinstein. The Black Cat is framed for the murder of a high society heiress! And it's up to the new Spider-Man (aka Ben Reilly) to bring her to justice! But planning to capture the charming Felicia Hardy...and then actually doing it...are two different things! Peter Parker could never resist the allure of the Black Cat! Will Ben Reilly fare any better? It's a game of cat-and-mouse that the new web-slinger is not going to win! Maybe Ben will have better luck catching the other prime suspect: Skull-Jacket! A terrific issue! Cameo appearances by J. Jonah Jameson, Joe Robertson, and Ken Ellis. Second story: "Night Work" Script by Adam Santangelo. Art by Sal Buscema. During a routine web-swinging night over Manhattan, the wall-crawler (aka Peter Parker) nabs a criminal who was performing his final caper. Cameo appearance by Mary Jane Watson. (Notes: Ben Reilly (as the Scarlet Spider) met the Black Cat in Web of Spider-Man 128. The Spider-Man Unlimited title returned after being replaced in November 1995 by Scarlet Spider Unlimited #1. This issue is printed on glossy paper.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #12
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 12

    "Who Did Spider-Man Murder?" Script by Evan Skolnick. Pencils by Paris Karounos, Steven Butler, and Steve Geiger. Inks by Randy Emberlin, Derek Fisher, Paris Karounos, Scott Hanna, Al Milgrom, and Steven Butler. Cover by Steve Skroce and Bud LaRosa. The super-villains are coming out of the woodwork after J. Jonah Jameson offers $100,000 for the return of the spider-skeleton! In very short order; the Beetle, Boomerang, Jack O'Lantern, Scorpia, and the Shocker attack the web-slinger (aka Ben Reilly) to force him to reveal the location of the skeleton! In the meantime across town, a major league enforcer known as "The Pro" ambushes Peter Parker to likewise get him to give up the skeleton's location! Several hours later in a quiet cemetery, all concerned parties (and the skeleton) finally come together! Can the Sensational Spider-Man and the Bugle's ace photographer sidestep the bounty hunters and bury the skeleton in the past forever? Cameo appearance by Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameo by Giant-Man. (Note: This issue was reprinted in 2012 in the trade paperback: Amazing Spider-Man The Complete Ben Reilly Epic #4.) 64 pages. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #13
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 13

    "The Sting of Conscience!" Guest-starring Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Script by James Felder. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Randy Emberlin, Al Milgrom, and Steve Montano. Cover by Frank Teran. J. Jonah Jameson is missing! And no one knows where he is! The publisher of the Daily Bugle has made many, many enemies through the years! And the sinister Scorpion is usually at the top of the list! While the web-slinger (aka Ben Reilly) combs the city looking for Jonah, Joe Robertson makes a phone call to the Hero for Hire...Luke Cage! Both Spider-Man and Luke bravely battle the new and improved Scorpion, but neither man can beat him! They need more help! How about the Living Weapon? On Roosevelt Island the heroes finally locate JJJ and the super-villain with the sting! Will the combined might of Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Misty Knight, and the Amazing Spider-Man be enough to overcome the savagery of the Scorpion? Cameo appearances by Colleen Wing, Ben Urich, Ken Ellis, Marla Madison Jameson, Foggy Nelson, and Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil). Backup story: "The Descent" Script by James Felder. Pencils by Robert Brown. Inks by Rey Garcia. This 5-page story previews and leads into the Iron Fist (2nd series 1996) Limited Series. (Note: The first story was reprinted in 2012 in the trade paperback: Amazing Spider-Man The Complete Ben Reilly Epic #5.) 64 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #14
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 14

    "Game's End" Script by Glenn Herdling. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Tom Dzon and Joe Pimentel. Cover by Joe Bennett. The Great Game has been rampaging through the Spider-titles for the past several months! And it finally comes to a head in this overstuffed tale! All the key contestants including Polestar, Joystick, El Toro Negro, Nightwatch, Cardiac, Chance, the Prowler, and Rocket Racer show up for the final match! And the Sensational Spider-Man (aka Ben Reilly) will have to separate the good guys from the bad guys! Who will take home the grand prize from the Great Game? Appearances by Betty Brant, Peter Parker, Joe Robertson, J. Jonah Jameson, Marla Madison Jameson, Ken Ellis, Roderick Kingsley, James Johnsmeyer, and Justin Hammer. Final appearance of Nightwatch. (Notes: This story takes place before the events of the four-part Revelations storyline. This issue was reprinted in 2012 in the trade paperback: Amazing Spider-Man The Complete Ben Reilly Epic #6.) 64 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #15
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 15

    "Facing the Void" Guest-starring Doctor Strange. Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Tom Dzon. Cover by Tony Daniel and Tim Townsend. Peter Parker is the Amazing Spider-Man once again! And his next adventure crosses paths with an old adversary...the Puma! Thomas Fireheart has been lying low since his Puma persona turned completely savage! But now the mysterious abduction of his uncle forces him to come to New York City! With a dose of humility, Fireheart contacts the wall-crawler and asks for help! So Spider-Man and the Puma meet in Central Park...and then things go haywire! A bizarre alien creature called Raptar attacks on both the physical plane and the astral plane! And that's where the Master of the Mystic Arts enters the fray! Can the web-slinger and the Sorcerer Supreme unravel this strange tale? (Notes: The Puma previously appeared in Spectacular Spider-Man 218. This story takes place after the events of the four-part Revelations storyline.) 68 pages. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #16
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 16

    "The Wages of Conquest" Guest-starring Silver Sable. Script by Mark Bernardo. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel and Tom Dzon. Cover by Tony Daniel and Marlo Alquiza. Ever since Doctor Doom disappeared during the final battle vs. Onslaught, a rebel group inside Latveria has been trying to seize control of the government! To investigate the insurgency, the Daily Bugle sends its junior reporter, Betty Brant, to the Balkan country! Unfortunately though, Betty gets too close to the action and becomes a prisoner of the uprising's leader...the Dreadknight! The Bugle staff (including Peter Parker) is horrified by Betty's predicament! How can the web-slinger get to Central Europe? Maybe he could hitch a ride with Silver Sable! After a meeting of the minds; the Wild Pack, Silver Sable, and the Sensational Spider-Man fly to Latveria! And once there the wondrous wall-crawler lays it all on the line to save his dear friend from the deadly clutches of the Dreadknight! Cameo appearances by Battlestar, J. Jonah Jameson, Glory Grant, Joe Robertson, Ben Urich, Phil Urich, and Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameo by Iron Man. (Notes: Betty received her assignment to Latveria in Spider-Man 79. The Dreadknight first appeared in Iron Man (1st series) 101 & 102.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 17

    "I, Robotmaster!" Script by Glenn Greenberg. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Joe Bennett and Joe Pimentel. A mysterious man is dropping off boxes of toys at local hospitals in New York City! And no one knows the exact reason why! However Peter Parker and Arthur Stacy put their heads together and correctly deduce the next drop location! When Spider-Man intercepts the latest package of toys, he gets a big surprise! The shadowy benefactor is none other than Mendel Stromm! Hold on, didn't Stromm (aka Gaunt) die in Amazing Spider-Man 418? Apparently not! So what does the web-slinger do now? Mendel suddenly seems like a real nice guy! But appearances can be deceiving! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson, Betty Brant, Joe Robertson, J. Jonah Jameson and Dr. Kafka. Flashback cameos by Ben Reilly and Norman Osborn. (Note: This issue features a gatefold cover recapping Stromm's involvement in the Revelations storyline.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 18

    "All My Pasts Remembered!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Tom Velazquez. Doctor Octopus is alive (following the events of Amazing Spider-Man 427 & 428)! But unfortunately the good doctor has very little recollection of his past life! So Carolyn Trainer (aka the second Dr. Octopus), Ben Urich, and Peter Parker take Otto Octavius and readers alike on a trip down memory lane to revisit the famous (and infamous) events of Doc Ock's career! Is it good for the world much less Spider-Man for Dr. Octopus to regain his memory? Appearance by Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameos by Matt Murdock, J. Jonah Jameson, Mr. Fantastic, Iron Man, Giant Man, and the Sinister Six. Second story: "The Secrets of Doctor Octopus!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Pat Olliffe. Inks by Al Williamson. This 4-page feature details Dr. Octopus' powers. Third story: "Her Name Was Stunner!" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Otto Octavius laments the sad condition of one of his biggest fans: Angelina Brancale (aka Stunner). (Notes: The credits of the first story give special thanks to Keith DeCandido for research. This issue features a gatefold cover.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 19

    "Where Monsters Dwell" Script by Mark Bernardo. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Joe Bennett. The Daily Bugle sends Ben Urich and Peter Parker to Miami to work on a story about the surging crime wave in the city! And since his good friend Dr. Curt Connors lives in South Florida, Peter decides to drop in for a visit! Dr. Connors seems to be doing great since his last encounter with the web-singer (in Spectacular Spider-Man 238 & 239)! However that's not what Martha Connors tells Mary Jane! When Spider-Man realizes the rising crime wave is reptilian in nature, he must confront his long-time friend! But poor Dr. Connors is no more; it's just the Lizard! Can the wall-crawler win another savage battle against the Lethal Lizard? Not without help from Martha and Mary Jane! Appearances by Billy Connors and the Slug. (Note: This issue features a gatefold cover.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 20

    "A Long Way Till Dawn" Script by Christopher Golden. Pencils by Joe Bennett. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Tom Velazquez. It's an off-beat tale of vampires, zombies, pseudo-vampires, and your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! At the request of Donna Garth, Hannibal King travels to New York City to track down the original Marvel zombie...Simon Garth! But unbeknownst to Hannibal, Simon has fallen under the control of Lilith, the evil daughter of Dracula! In the meantime, the web-slinger is searching for several missing teenagers and follows their trail to a bizarre nightclub in Midtown! Once inside Peter bumps into Lilith and Hannibal...and quickly realizes he's in over his head! How will the amazing one sort out the vampires and the zombies without becoming one himself? An excellent issue with brilliant artwork! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson and Topaz. (Notes: Simon Garth previously appeared in Peter Parker Spider-Man (1999) Annual 1997. The gatefold cover recaps Hannibal King's recent interactions with Blade and Deacon Frost. This issue features a full-page ad for the Identity Crisis storyline taking place in the Spider-titles.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 21

    "A Real Boy" Script by Christopher Golden. Pencils by Mike Deodato Jr. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Joe Pimentel. Peter Parker and Betty Brant are off on another European adventure! And this time it's to the Swiss Alps to write a story about a doctor who is perfecting the art of cloning! A subject the wondrous wall-crawler knows all too well! When Peter and Betty start snooping around the doctor's lavish castle, they come face-to-stitched-face with the legendary monster of Frankenstein! Wow, what is this tormented creature doing here? Could the cloning experiments somehow involve Frankenstein's Monster? The mystery is only just beginning for the Sensational Spider-Man! Cameo appearances by J. Jonah Jameson and Baroness Victoria Frankenstein. (Notes: Frankenstein's Monster previously appeared in Marvel Team-Up 36 & 37 and Iron Man 101 & 102. This issue features a gatefold cover.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 22

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    "Poisoned Souls" Script by Mark Bernardo. Pencils by Mike Deodato Jr. Inks by Joe Pimentel. Cover by Tom Velazquez. The Scorpion is back in town and still gunning for J. Jonah Jameson and his family! But this time there's a twist! Mac Gargan has teamed up with Roxxon Oil and is working as a public vigilante against terrorism! Oh my, is the Scorpion one of the good guys now? The wondrous wall-crawler doesn't think so! This wild adventure takes JJJ, his wife Marla, and the Sensational Spider-Man all the way to Bolivia to battle the Scorpion, Roxxon, and the Black Tarantula! What a way to finish the Spider-Man Unlimited series! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson, Betty Brant, Ken Ellis, and Trish Tilby. (Notes: As part of Marvel's relaunching of the Spider-Man titles in late 1998, the Spider-Man Unlimited (1993 1st series) title was cancelled. This issue features a gatefold cover.) 48 pages. Cover price $2.99.