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    The Amazing Spider-Man #14 White Mountain pedigree (Marvel, 1964). One of the most important and in-demand issues in the run, The Amazing Spider-Man #14 introduces the quintessential Spidey villain, namely the Green Goblin. Always a fan-favorite, the Goblin has enjoyed a long run throughout the various Spider-Man books (and has had several distinct incarnations), but it all started right here, with the first appearance of the demented Norman Osborn (although his identity is kept in shadows during this debut adventure), who dons a rubber fright mask and purple tunic to wreak havoc in Manhattan. With the release of the Spider-Man feature film this summer, and Osborn's status as the chief antagonist, the Goblin's profile is sure to rise even higher, and add even more value to this already highly-prized issue. In addition to this fabulous debut, "The Grotesque Adventure of the Green Goblin" also contains an early Hulk appearance, as well as a guest-turn by the Enforcers. This particular copy is from the White Mountain collection, a highly respected pedigree famous for their vivid color, white pages and exceptional freshness. Label notes, ""64" on cover and "4/7/64" on 1st page written in pen". CGC NM- 9.2 Off white to white pages. Overstreet 2001 NM 9.4 value = $2,100.

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    March, 2002
    15th-16th Friday-Saturday
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