SILVER SURFER (1968) (#1-18) (MARVEL) #14 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Silver Surfer (1968) #14
Guest-starring Spider-Man. "The Surfer and the Spider!" is written by Stan Lee and drawn by John Buscema and inked by Dan Adkins. It's a time-honored tradition in comic books for super-heroes to clash over some tragic misunderstanding but no other clash has had the poignancy of the Silver Surfer's brief battle with the amazing Spider-Man as told in this tale. Our story begins when, after stopping a pair of stray asteroids from striking the Earth, the Surfer is weakened and flies low into the city of Manhattan to recuperate.

Soon, a stray webline from Spider-Man starts a series of misunderstandings pitting the friendly neighborhood web-slinger against the cosmic powered space-rider. Webs and spider-strength can't hold up long against the Power Cosmic but Spider-Man is determined, along with the National Guard, to ensure the Silver Surfer doesn't cause any loss of life. The Silver Surfer, meanwhile, cannot understand why he's met with such hostility each time he flies too close to humanity. And in the middle, a young boy who can't understand the peril he's in until it's nearly too late.

GCD Data

Title: The Surfer and the Spider

Featuring: Silver Surfer

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), John Buscema (Pencils), Dan Adkins (Inks), Sam Rosen (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: SILVER SURFER (1968) (#1-18) (MARVEL)
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14 (90.00) 180.00 (360.00) 507.00 844.00 -


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