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Stan Lee, 'The Amazing Spiderman the Invasion of the Dragon-Men' LP, signed by Stan Lee 1974

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #96, May 1971 & The Amazing Spider-Man #98 July 1971 both in very good condition

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #81 Feb 1970, Marvel, the Coming of the kangaroo! John Romita very good condition

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #53, October 1967, Look Who's back! good condition with only a stress tear to top lef spine edge

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #44 January 1967, Marvel, Where Crawls the lizard! Stan Lee, John Romita some stress folds to front edges, two inside pages with folds to top edges

Comic, The Amazing Spiderman #33, February 1966, the Final chapter! some stress creases to edges of pages, some small tears to inside page edges, please refer to photographs

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #25, Jun 1965, Marvel Captured by J. Jonah Jameson! Steve Ditko

Comic, The Amazing Spider-Man #30 1965, the claws of the cat! Marvel Stan Lee, Steve Ditko stree folds to odges of front and back

Comic, The Amazing spider-man #43 - Rhino on the Rampage! released by Marvel on December 1, 1966 in good condition, small stress fold to front cover edge

Comics, Marvel Comics Bronze Age Group Marvel. 1970s Includes 'Marvel Double Feature: Featuring Captain America and Iron Man' #, 12. 'X-Men' #95. 'The Defenders' #3, 10, 32. 'Omega' #1, 2'. 'The Mighty Thor' #223, 225, 379. 'The Invaders' #1 (2copies). 'Ma

Comics, The Silver Surfer #14. Marvel. 1970 Spider-Man appearance. John Buscema cover and art

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Group. Marvel. 1974-87. Group includes, 'The Amazing Spider-Man', # 129 (First appearances of the Punisher and the Jackal. Gil Kane and John Romita Sr. cover. Ross Andru art). 132, 133, 134 (2 copies), 135, 140, 148-155. Plus

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Group. Marvel. 1970-96. Includes, #90, 103, 139, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 154, 157, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 252, 257, 259, 281, 284, 286, 287, 288. Plus, 'Spider-Ma

Comics, Giant-Size and King-Size Spider-Man Group. Marvel. 1974-1978. This group includes 'Giant-Size The Amazing Spider-Man' #1-6 and 'King-Size Annual: The Amazing Spider-Man' #10-12. Featured artists include John Romita, Gil Kane and Ross Andru. Plus, '

Comics, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Group. Marvel. 1976-1979. This group includes issues #1-27. Featured artists include Sal Buscema, Ross Andru, Jim Mooney, Mike Zeck and Frank Springer. [27]

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1978 This group includes issues #180-186. Green Goblin II and III and Silvermane appearances. Origin of the Green Goblin. Ross Andru cover and art (#180). Story by Bill Mantlo, cover art by Gil Kane

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1975 This group includes issues #160-179. Art by Ross Andru. [20]

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1975 This group includes issues #154-159. Sandman appearance. Doc Ock cameo (#154). John Romita Sr. cover. Sal Buscema art (#155). The wedding of Betty Brant and Ned Leeds. First appearance of Mirage

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1975 This group includes issues #148- 153. Professor Warren revealed as the Jackal (#148). First appearance of the Spider-Man clone (#149). Professor Smythe and Spider-Slayer appearances (#150). Shoc

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1974-75. This group includes issues #142-147. Mysterio (Danny Berkhart) appearance. John Romita Sr. cover (#142). First appearance of Cyclon (#143). Gwen Stacy clone appearance (#144). Scorpion and G

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1974 This group includes issues #136-141. Green Goblin cover and story. First appearance of Harry Osborn as the Green Goblin (#136). Gil Kane bondage cover and Ross Andru art (#137). Peter Parker mov

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1974 This group includes issues #129-135. Featured artists include Gil Kane and John Romita Sr. Ross Andru, F. Giacoia and D. Hunt. Issue #129 includes the first appearances of the Punisher (Frank Ca

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1972-74. This group includes issues #112-128. Featured artists include John Romita, Gerry Conway, Jim Mooney and Tony Mortellaro. [17]

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Bronze Age Group. Marvel. 1971-72. This group includes issues #74, 88, 95, 97-99 and 101-111. Featured artists include Gil Kane, John Romita and Gerry Conway. [17]

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1. Marvel. 1964 First appearance of the Sinister Six. Early X-Men appearance. Thor, Giant-Man, Wasp, Dr. Strange, and Fantastic Four cameos. This issues includes 15 pin-ups! Steve Ditko cover and art. Pen mark and pri

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man #36. Marvel. 1966 Origin and first appearance of the Looter. Steve Ditko story, cover, and art. Wear to covers and spine

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man #20. Marvel. 1965 Origin and first appearance of the Scorpion. Steve Ditko cover and art. Stamp to back cover

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man #33. Marvel. 1966 Spider-Man continues his battle with Doctor Octopus. Steve Ditko cover and art. Mild wear to cover and spine. Small stamp to rear cover

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man #23. Marvel. 1965 Green Goblin cover and story, his third appearance. Steve Ditko cover and art. A good copy

Comics, The Amazing Spider-Man #30. Marvel. 1965 Spider-Man battles the Cat Burglar (his first appearance). Steve Ditko story, cover, and art. Light wear to covers and spine. Small stamp to top right hand corner of rear cover, otherwise a nice copy

'The Amazing Spider-Man No. 6, November, 1962' comic, by the Marvel Comics Group

'Amazing Fantasy No. 15', August 1962, showing the first appearance of Spiderman, by the Marvel Comics Group

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