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    The Amazing Spider-Man #81-144 Bound Volume Group (Marvel, 1970-75). Four volume set of professionally produced hardback books featuring trimmed copies. Lots of great reading here! Highlights include first appearances of the Prowler, Schemer and Vanessa, Arthur Stacy, Morbius the Living Vampire, Sha-Shan, Man-Wolf, Jackal, Tarantula, Grizzly, Glory Grant, Cyclone, and of course, the Punisher (in issue #129); plus the infamous Deaths of Gwen Stacy and Green Goblin storyline, which included Harry Osborn becoming the new Green Goblin, and the introduction of Gwen's clone. Also included are the notorious Drug issues (#96-99) which were not Code-approved. Artists include Gil Kane, Jim Mooney, Ross Andru, John Buscema, and John Romita Sr. Most copies appear to have been FN or better before being bound and trimmed; paper appears cream to off-white. Overstreet 2011 VG 4.0 value for group = $1,100.

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    November, 2011
    20th Sunday
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