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Spider-Man comic books issue 66

  • Issue #66
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 66
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    Cover art by John Romita. "The Madness of Mysterio!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita (layouts) and Don Heck (pencils), inks by Mike Esposito (as Mick Demeo); Mysterio has broken out of prison and is using his special effects prowess to prepare another plot to get revenge against Spider-Man; Meanwhile, Spidey recovers his clothes and camera left in the debris following his fight with the Vulture; The next day he tries to sell the pictures to Jameson; Furious that Parker "abandoned" him when he was supposed to be taking pictures of Spider-Man's battle with the Vulture, he throws Parker out of the building, telling Peter that he doesn't need him to take pictures; Appearing on television, Mysterio issues a challenge to Spider-Man to meet him to a fight to the finish or he will start destroying city bridges. Guest appearance by the Green Goblin (a subplot continued in the Spectacular Spider-Man 2 magazine in 1968). Romita cover. Reprinted in Marvel Tales #49. Letter to the editor from comics writer Tony Isabella. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #66
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) 66

    "Electro Will Be Free!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Ed Hannigan. Inks by Jim Mooney. Cover by Ed Hannigan and Al Milgrom. Electro busts out of Ryker's Island prison! And he has two things on his mind: first, blackout the entire city of New York; and second, destroy Spider-Man! The web-slinger and the master of electricity wage an awesome battle in Manhattan as J. Jonah Jameson, Lance Bannon, and Debra Whitman look on! Since Electro is more powerful than ever, the wall-crawler will have to come up with something unique to beat him. How about a rubber Spidey suit? A fun issue with an electrifying cover! 32 pages Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #66D
    Spider-Man (1990) 66D
    Published Mar 1996 by Marvel.

    "End Game." The Return of Kaine Part 4 of 4. Direct Edition. Script by Howard Mackie. Pencils by John Romita Jr. Inks by Al Williamson, Al Milgrom, and Dick Giordano. Cover by John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson. Story continues from Amazing Spider-Man 409. Kaine and the Spectacular Spider-Man (aka Ben Reilly) have become unwilling pawns in "The Great Game!" And atop the Johnscorp Building in Midtown Manhattan, the two familiar rivals along with Muse fight for their lives and maybe each other's deaths! Will anyone emerge triumphant amid the fog of battle? In the meantime J. Jonah Jameson is frustrated that his Bugle staff cannot get the inside scoop on theft of the spider-skeleton! So JJJ makes a phone call for help to a former employee: Peter Parker! Cameo appearances by Joe Robertson, Ken Ellis, Ben Urich, and Mary Jane Watson. (Notes: Peter Parker returns to New York for the first time since Spectacular Spider-Man 229.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #66N
    Spider-Man (1990) 66N
    Published Mar 1996 by Marvel.

    Newsstand Edition - The Return of Kaine: Part 4 of 4. "End Game!" Story by Howard Mackie. Art by John Romita, Jr., Al Williamson, Dick Giordano, and Al Milgrom. Cover by John Romita, Jr. and Al Milgrom. Story continued from Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #409. Ben Reilly finally comes face-to-face with the first and by far the most dangerous Spider-Clone - Kaine! Plus, the startling return of a familiar face to the staff of the Daily Bugle. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #66
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) 66

    "Friends and Enemies" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Alex Saviuk, Keith Williams, and Mike Manley. Cover by Alex Saviuk. My how times have changed! The Spectacular Spider-Man teams up with the Green Goblin and the Molten Man to foil Tombstone's plan to steal Diox-3 from the Osborn Chemical Plant. Can Spidey trust his new teammates? 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #66
    Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) 66

    Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS Pencils & Cover by MARK BAGLEY "SWITCHEROO" Part 1 of 2. A bizarre occurrence brings Spider-Man and Wolverine together for the weirdest team-up in super-hero history! As the two struggle to unravel this mystery, their lives literally unravel. Why are both heroes too concerned with their own lives to work together? Strap yourself in, True Believer, it's all part of the ride you get when you buy a ticket for THE TEAM-UP FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE TEAM-UPS! 32 PGS. (each) /MARVEL ALL AGES ...$2.25 (each) Issue #66 UPC: 5960605031-06611; Issue #67 UPC: 5960605031-06711 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #66MJ
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 66MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Electro Will Be Free!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Ed Hannigan. Inks by Jim Mooney. Cover by Ed Hannigan and Al Milgrom. Electro busts out of Ryker's Island prison! And he has two things on his mind: first, blackout the entire city of New York; and second, destroy Spider-Man! The web-slinger and the master of electricity wage an awesome battle in Manhattan as J. Jonah Jameson, Lance Bannon, and Debra Whitman look on! Since Electro is more powerful than ever, the wall-crawler will have to come up with something unique to beat him. How about a rubber Spidey suit? A fun issue with an electrifying cover! 32 pages Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #66
    Spider-Man Comics Weekly (1973 UK) 66