SPIDER-MAN CLASSICS (1993) #2 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Spider-Man Classics #2
Originally presented in Spider-Man #1. Guest-starring the Fantastic Four. When Spider-Man got his own comic title, the first thing he wanted to do was to join the FF. Wrongly figuring they live so well, they must also pay well, Spider-Man drops in unexpectedly for a friendly visit. But the encounter doesn't go as planned as the web-slinger finds himself fighting each member in turn over the misunderstanding. The FF have good reason not to trust Spider-Man, giving the mixed public reputation he's gained.

Freeing J. Jonah Jameson's astronaut son from a runaway space capsule should have gotten Spidey some public respect. But the hammerhead publisher JJJ instead keeps pounding away at the costumed hero's image in spite of his bravery. Plus, the face-changing Chameleon tries to steal secret missile defense plans for America's enemies and blame it on Spider-Man. Can't the web-head ever win one? This tale that helped launch the Silver Age of Marvel is written by Stan Lee with Steve Ditko's classic art.

GCD Data

Title: Freak! Public Menace

Featuring: Spider-Man

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), Steve Ditko (Pencils), Steve Ditko (Inks), Andy Yanchus (Colors), Johnny Dee (D'Agostino) (Letters).

Title: Spider-Man vs. the Chameleon

Featuring: Spider-Man

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), Steve Ditko (Pencils), Steve Ditko (Inks), Andy Yanchus (Colors), John Duffy (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: SPIDER-MAN CLASSICS (1993)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
2 (3.00) (4.00) (6.00) 10.00 15.25 20.00


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