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Amazing Spider-Man #15

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Aug 5, 1964

After their latest tussle, the Chameleon is more determined that ever to eliminate Spider-man as a threat! To do so, he enlists the aid of Kraven the Hunter.

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5.0

Amazing Spider-Man #14

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Jul 8, 1964

Laboring over his "flying broomstick", the Green Goblin tests his equipment in preparation for a rematch with Spider-man. Guest starring the Incredible Hulk!

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8.5

I'll get this out of the way. Mysterio is a really cool, exciting villain. But when you explain all his tricks, it kind of lessens the appeal for me.

Throughout so much of this issue, I kept thinking about the Far From Home movie. It had to be because of how much of the plot was lifted from these early Mysterio appearances. I don't have that same sort of problem with Vulture, Green Gobl more

Amazing Spider-Man #13

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Jun 10, 1964

Meet our webhead's newest foe: Mysterio, the master of illusion!

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Ultimate Goblin reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #13 Aug 15, 2021
9.0

Spidey was already impersonated by Chameleon, but now he thinks that he's crazy... Why?

Amazing Spider-Man #13

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Jun 10, 1964

Meet our webhead's newest foe: Mysterio, the master of illusion!

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8.0

Amazing Spider-Man #13

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Jun 10, 1964

Meet our webhead's newest foe: Mysterio, the master of illusion!

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2.0

Tales of Suspense #67

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck

As Pepper Potts chews Iron Man out for Happy Hogan's departure, Happy himself is taking a one way trip to Shannon, Ireland to get away from his life at Stark Industries.

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9.0

This issue was even better than the previous one. It has an admittedly silly hook, but I'm sure it was exciting to read when this was new. My first time around reading this, I too was enthralled by the idea that Peter was unmasked this early into his career.

Some continuity things to note. In last issue's review, in the pursuit of brevity, I forgot to mention Peter created his first spi more

Amazing Spider-Man #12

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: May 6, 1964

Spider-Man confronts J. Jonah Jameson about his constant negative reporting in the Daily Bugle. Meanwhile, Dr. Octopus is in the middle of a nationwide crime spree.

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9.0

Amazing Spider-Man #12

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: May 6, 1964

Spider-Man confronts J. Jonah Jameson about his constant negative reporting in the Daily Bugle. Meanwhile, Dr. Octopus is in the middle of a nationwide crime spree.

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6.0

Tales of Suspense #66

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck

US Senator Harrington Byrd has commissioned Stark Industries to build a new submarine, which is to be tested by Iron Man.

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7.5

Amazing Spider-Man #11

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Apr 8, 1964

Doctor Octopus gets released from Municipal Prison with time served. Spidey decides to make a trip to the prison to prevent them from releasing the villain!

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Spanish Morlock rated Avengers #16 May 30, 2024
9.0

Avengers #16

By: Stan Lee, Dick Ayers
Released: Apr 28, 1965

Following the consequences of their battle with The Masters of Evil, the Avengers? roster changes dramatically! Who will stay? Who will go? And what new heroes will join the line-up?

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8.0

Amazing Spider-Man #10

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Mar 4, 1964

The Enforcers
Spider-Man squares off against the awesome might of The Enforcers!

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7.5

Tales of Suspense #65

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: May 5, 1965

When a common burglar pilfers his latest Iron Man armor, Tony Stark must don his old suit to clear Iron Man's good name. Also: the Red Skull infiltrates the ranks of the US Army, and it's up to Cap & Bucky to bring him to justice!

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5.5

Tales of Suspense #64

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: Apr 7, 1965

Hawkeye and a new-and-improved Black Widow return to Tony Stark's neck of the woods with Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan in their sights! Also: a tale from Captain America's dramatic past featuring fortunetelling foes, Sando and Omar!

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8.0

Amazing Spider-Man #9

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Feb 5, 1964

The Man Called Electro
Meet the super-powered villain Electro! Does the web-slinger have to power to stop him!

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5.5

Tales of Suspense #63

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: Mar 3, 1965

Who is the Phantom, and why is he sabotaging Stark International? Also: more of the origin of Captain America is revealed!

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7.0

Amazing Spider-Man #8

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Jan 8, 1964

Special Tribute to Teenagers Issue!
Part I-The Terrible Threat of the Living Brain
...and bonus attraction
Part II-Spider-Man Tackles The Torch!

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6.0

Tales of Suspense #62

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: Feb 3, 1965

With Iron Man in his custody, the Mandarin reveals his life story, the origin of his powers, and his plan to ignite World War 3! Also: Captain America must fight his way out of a prison full of pugilistic inmates after his shield is stolen!

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5.5

Tales of Suspense #61

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: Jan 6, 1965

With Tony Stark dead to the world after his home is blown to smithereens, it may truly be the end for the Golden Avenger, as the Mandarin has captured him once again! Also: Captain America heads to Vietnam to match the Herculean might of Sumo!

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8.5

Amazing Spider-Man #7

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Dec 4, 1963

The Return of the Vulture
After being released from prison, Spider-man must do battle with the high-flying Vulture!

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Spanish Morlock rated Suicide Squad #12 May 14, 2024
6.0

Suicide Squad #12

By: John Ostrander, Luke McDonnell
Released: Mar 30, 1988

The mission in Colombia continues, and in true Squad style, everything goes wrong! Vixen and Black Orchid are trapped and the only one who can rescue them seems to be the mentally unstable Enchantress!

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6.0

Tales of Suspense #60

By: Stan Lee, Don Heck
Released: Dec 9, 1964

All but trapped in his armor for fear of his heart giving out, how can Tony Stark prove that he is alive and well without divulging his secret identity as Iron Man? Also: Captain America fights Baron Zemo's Army of Assassins!

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Spanish Morlock rated Suicide Squad #11 May 13, 2024
7.0

Suicide Squad #11

By: John Ostrander, Luke McDonnell
Released: Feb 24, 1988

Meet the Squad's newest leader! Speedy leads the Squad on a mission with Boomerang, Nightshade, Enchantress and Black Orchid against a Colombian drug king!

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8.5

Amazing Spider-Man #6

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Nov 6, 1963

Face-to-Face with the Lizard
From the Everglades, there are strange reports. Something that looks part-lizard, part-man has attacked some locals. Spider-Man hears about him through the Daily Bugle and answers a challenge by the paper to take him down!

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4.0

Tales of Suspense #59

By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
Released: Nov 4, 1964

The Black Knight returns to exact his revenge on the Avengers, but with the rest of the team out of town and his chest device malfunctioning, will Iron Man be able to stop him alone? Also: Captain America must save Jarvis from Bull and his gang!

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Spanish Morlock rated Suicide Squad #10 May 12, 2024
6.5

Suicide Squad #10

By: John Ostrander, Luke McDonnell
Released: Jan 27, 1988

It's Batman versus Amanda Waller as the Dark Knight discovers the existence of the Suicide Squad and doesn't take too well to the idea!

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4.0

Tales of Suspense #58

By: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
Released: Oct 7, 1964

Why is Iron Man engaged in mortal combat with fellow Avenger Captain America? And what damage will have been wrought by the time the Golden Avenger realizes he's been deceived?

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7.5

Amazing Spider-Man #5

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Oct 9, 1963

Dr. Doom hears a J. Jonah Jameson's news broadcasts regarding the menace of Spider-Man. Jameson offers a $1,000 reward to anyone that can disclose his true identity. Dr. Doom had just recently been defeated by the Fantastic Four and thinks that Spider-Man would make an excellent ally for revenge against the FF. Dr. Doom sends a message to Spider-Ma...

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Spanish Morlock rated Suicide Squad #9 May 11, 2024
7.0

Suicide Squad #9

By: John Ostrander, Luke McDonnell
Released: Jan 20, 1988

The Suicide Squad is sent in to destroy the Manhunter's temple in a "Millennium" event crossover. But one of their own turns against them!

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8.5

Amazing Spider-Man #4

By: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Released: Sep 4, 1963

When Spider-Man spots three would-be burglars casing a jewelry store, he tries to stop them. Afterward he's called a menace by the police. Later, Spidey sees another opportunity to help law enforcement when he sees the police chasing the Sandman, a criminal at large.

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