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Spider-Man comic books issue 71

  • Issue #71
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 71
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.71) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #C72426-007
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.50) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
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    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.26) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by John Romita. The Speedster and the Spider!, script by John Romita (plot) and Stan Lee (script), pencils by John Romita (layouts) and Jim Mooney (pencils), inks by Jim Mooney; With Jonah down for the count, Robbie publishes Peter's pictures in the Bugle showing Kingpin, and not Spider-Man, to be the real crook in the case of the golden tablet; Trying to redeem himself after his recent career with Magneto, Quicksilver decides to bring in the menace known as Spider-Man but discovers he isn't the villain the Bugle has painted him to be. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #71
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) 71
    • Pedigree: John G. Fantucchio
    • From the John G. Fantucchio collection, but comic does not include a certificate of authenticity.

    "With This Gun I Thee Kill!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Rick Leonardi. Inks by Jim Mooney. Cover by John Romita, Jr. and Frank Giacoia. The web-slinger stops two burglars from robbing a grocery store, but just as the wall-crawler is webbing up the thieves, the store owner emerges and fatally shoots one of the robbers. Later that night in the offices of the Daily Bugle; Joe Robertson, Lance Bannon, and Peter Parker have a long conversation about the positives and negatives of gun control. When a tip comes in that a shipment of Saturday night specials is inbound for Brooklyn, the Spectacular Spider-Man swings into action! (Note: Bill Mantlo's script concerning the controversial subject of gun control sparked a strong response from readers as shown in the two pages of fan mail in issue 77.) 32 pages Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #71
    Spider-Man (1990) 71
    Published Aug 1996 by Marvel.

    "The Promise" Script by Howard Mackie. Pencils by John Romita Jr. Inks by Al Williamson. Cover by John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson. Ben Reilly stops by the hospital to check on Peter's status and surprisingly runs into Hammerhead in the hallway! Oh my, is the web-slinger going to throw down with the big crime boss at the nurses' station? Yes he is! Because Hammerhead is too dangerous to let escape! In the meantime, Dr. Curt Connors and the other physicians have been unable to reverse the former wall-crawler's deteriorating condition! And when Mary Jane sees her husband's heart monitor flatline... she knows the end has arrived. Is this how the Amazing Spider-Man departs this vale of tears? Story continues in Spectacular Spider-Man 237. Cameo appearance by Ben Urich. (Note: This issue includes a 2-page feature on the Onslaught storyline currently taking place in the X-titles. This issue also includes a 4-page feature on Jim Lee's plans for the new Fantastic Four (1996 2nd series) title; and likewise Rob Liefeld's plans for the new Captain America (1996 2nd series) title.) 40 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #71
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) 71

    "Fortune's Fury" Part 1 of 2. Story by Danny Fingeroth. Art by Dave Ross, Keith Williams, and Andy Mushynsky. Cover by Dave Ross and Keith Williams. Dominic Fortune (last seen in Iron Man 213 and Marvel Super Heroes 2nd series issue 3) is seeking revenge on Simon Steele, the man who killed his son. Dominic asks Peter Parker to use the Daily Bugle archives to help him research possible hideout locations for Steele (aka Wolfgang Von Lundt). By the way someone else is also looking for Steele too: Silver Sable! The big showdown takes place in a fifth avenue townhouse with Spider-Man, Dominic Fortune, Silver Sable, the wild pack, Simon Steele, Sabbath Raven, and Sabbath's daughter! 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #71
    Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) 71

    Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS Pencils & Cover by MARK BAGLEY. "Sorcerer Supreme" Part 2 of 2. Peter Parker has somehow gotten involved in a mystery involving sorcerer Stephen Strange! Will our dazed and deluded hero get to the bottom of this? Part 2 (of 2). 32 PGS./All Ages ...$2.25 UPC: 5960605031-07111 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #71
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 71

    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price. "With This Gun I Thee Kill!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Rick Leonardi. Inks by Jim Mooney. Cover by John Romita, Jr. and Frank Giacoia. The web-slinger stops two burglars from robbing a grocery store, but just as the wall-crawler is webbing up the thieves, the store owner emerges and fatally shoots one of the robbers. Later that night in the offices of the Daily Bugle; Joe Robertson, Lance Bannon, and Peter Parker have a long conversation about the positives and negatives of gun control. When a tip comes in that a shipment of Saturday night specials is inbound for Brooklyn, the Spectacular Spider-Man swings into action! (Note: Bill Mantlo's script concerning the controversial subject of gun control sparked a strong response from readers as shown in the two pages of fan mail in issue 77.) 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #71MJ
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 71MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "With This Gun I Thee Kill!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Rick Leonardi. Inks by Jim Mooney. Cover by John Romita, Jr. and Frank Giacoia. The web-slinger stops two burglars from robbing a grocery store, but just as the wall-crawler is webbing up the thieves, the store owner emerges and fatally shoots one of the robbers. Later that night in the offices of the Daily Bugle; Joe Robertson, Lance Bannon, and Peter Parker have a long conversation about the positives and negatives of gun control. When a tip comes in that a shipment of Saturday night specials is inbound for Brooklyn, the Spectacular Spider-Man swings into action! (Note: Bill Mantlo's script concerning the controversial subject of gun control sparked a strong response from readers as shown in the two pages of fan mail in issue 77.) 32 pages Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #71MJ
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 71MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Fortune's Fury" Part 1 of 2. Story by Danny Fingeroth. Art by Dave Ross, Keith Williams, and Andy Mushynsky. Cover by Dave Ross and Keith Williams. Dominic Fortune (last seen in Iron Man 213 and Marvel Super Heroes 2nd series issue 3) is seeking revenge on Simon Steele, the man who killed his son. Dominic asks Peter Parker to use the Daily Bugle archives to help him research possible hideout locations for Steele (aka Wolfgang Von Lundt). By the way someone else is also looking for Steele too: Silver Sable! The big showdown takes place in a fifth avenue townhouse with Spider-Man, Dominic Fortune, Silver Sable, the wild pack, Simon Steele, Sabbath Raven, and Sabbath's daughter! 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #71
    Spider-Man Comics Weekly (1973 UK) 71
  • Issue #71UK
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) UK Edition 71UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 1/- cover price. Cover art by John Romita. The Speedster and the Spider!, script by John Romita (plot) and Stan Lee (script), pencils by John Romita (layouts) and Jim Mooney (pencils), inks by Jim Mooney; With Jonah down for the count, Robbie publishes Peter's pictures in the Bugle showing Kingpin, and not Spider-Man, to be the real crook in the case of the golden tablet; Trying to redeem himself after his recent career with Magneto, Quicksilver decides to bring in the menace known as Spider-Man but discovers he isn't the villain the Bugle has painted him to be. 36 pgs.

  • Issue #71
    Amazing Spider-Man (Mexican Series 1980-1993 El Asombroso Hombre Arana - Novedades) 71

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    Spanish-language reprint of Amazing Spider-Man # 77: Human Torch (of the Fantastic Four) and the Lizard; "In the Blaze of Battle." Story by John Romita Sr. and Stan Lee; art by John Buscema and Jim Mooney. Romita cover. Full color. Cover price $6.00.