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  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 11th, 1964  ·  $0.25

    After a daring escape from prison, Doctor Octopus forms an uneasy alliance with five other super villains ( Electro, Kraven the Hunter, Mysterio, Sandman and the Vulture) in the hopes of completely crushing their arch-enemy... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #2
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 11th, 1965  ·  $0.25

    An evil sorcerer by the name of Xandu is trying to steal a very powerful artifact from Dr. Stephen Strange, by using men hypnotized into believing they have superstrength and invulnerability.Spider-Man sees them leaving... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 2nd, 1966  ·  $0.25

    …To Become An AvengerIn the Avengers Mansion, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are contemplating whether Spider-Man should be inducted into The Avengers. The team are split on whether Spidey is suitable for membership... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 65%
    The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #4
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 2nd, 1967  ·  $0.25

    Story One- "The Web and the Flame!"At the start of this issue, Spider-Man is swinging around when he hears the frenzied sounds of a panic, such as car brakes. He flies down to the street to find the Human Torch... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 79%
    The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #5
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1968  ·  $0.25

    At the start of this annual, Spider-Man is in the Casbah in Algeria, when he notices his spider sense tingling. He's then attacked by a gang of thugs, who don't seem to know much about his powers, as he easily takes out... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #1
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    1. 'Spider-Man' - (Lee/Ditko) While Peter Parker tries to continue a show biz career as Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson's editorials labeling him a menace makes it hard for him to find work. When the rocket piloted... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 89%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #2
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    'Duel To The Death With The Vulture' - (Lee/Ditko) A new criminal dressed as a vulture has been terrorizing New York City.J. Jonah Jameson wants pictures for an article he's publishing in NOW magazine. Peter... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 89%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #3
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    Dr. Otto Octavius was an atomic scientist. His peers gave him the name Doctor Octopus due to the four remote-controlled "arms" he had created to handle radioactive materials. During an experiment, an explosion... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #4
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man is about to bust some criminals trying to rob a jewelry store. The crooks decide to call the police themselves and blame Spider-Man for attacking them for no reason. Spidey has no choice but to leave. The city's... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #5
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    Dr. Doom hears one of J. Jonah Jameson's news broadcasts about how much of a menace Spider-Man is. Jameson offers a $1000 reward to anyone that can disclose the true identity of the masked menace. Dr. Doom had just recently... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 93%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #6
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 6th, 1963  ·  $0.12

    In the Everglades, people started giving weird reports. Something that looked like it was part-lizard, part-man attacked people. Bullets failed to harm it. Lizard became famous all over the nation, and Spider-Man heard about... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 93%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #7
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1963  ·  $0.12

    After being sent to jail in Issue #2, the Vulture has been a model prisoner. He has been allowed to use the machine shop in the prison where he has secretly been working on making a new makeshift flying harness. When it... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 75%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #8
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 8th, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Part I - The Terrible Threat of the Living Brain The issue opens in Peter Parker's science class. The teacher wheels in a green , "creepy-lookin'" robot that's inactive. Peter appreciates the robot... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 93%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #9
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 9th, 1964  ·  $0.12

    The issue opens with Spider-Man hurtling on a web with fantastic speed through the city. He ignores pedestrians, and swings right past a battle between criminals and the police (the criminals surrendered as soon as they... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 78%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #10
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man tries to stop a jewel thief but he gets away on a waiting nearby helicopter. Spider-Man's moves have been anticipated by a criminal mastermind known as the Big Man. He later shows up to a meeting of New York... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #11
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    The issue starts with Peter Parker in his Spidey outfit sitting in his room thinking about Betty Brant who went out of town, as Peter thinks about why Betty Brant left, a special news bulletin came on the radio, the radio... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #12
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Upset by the headlines of the recent "Daily Bugle", Spider-Man climbs towards J. Jonah Jameson's window just in time to see Jameson's temporary secretary quit...and to see Betty Brant return. Meanwhile,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #13
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    A security guard sees Spider-Man commit a crime and word soon gets to J. Jonah Jameson. The front page of the Daily Bugle has a huge story about Spider-Man being a menace and that Jameson knew this all along. Peter Parker... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #14
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    The Green Goblin has finished building his flying "broomstick" and goes off to meet with the Enforcers. They have just been released from jail and the Goblin promises that they will be able to get revenge against... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 93%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #15
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    While busting a gang of bank robbers, Spider-Man doesn't notice one of the criminals escape out a side window. That robber turns out to be the Chameleon, who has returned to the United States after facing deportation... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #16
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    DUEL WITH DAREDEVIL! Peter is given a hard time for not calling Mary Jane Watson and setting up a blind date with her. In order to get some peace and quiet, Pete heads out as Spider-Man. When swinging around, he notices... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #17
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Peter Parker sits in school wondering what happened to the Green Goblin, since nothing's been heard on the super villain in months. Even as Parker wonders, the Goblin is using a practice dummy of everyone's favorite... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 78%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #18
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    More than pleased over the events of last issue (which saw Spider-Man running away from a fight with the Green Goblin), J. Jonah Jameson makes sure that tidbit of news is a front page headline. The Goblin is also ecstatic... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #19
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1964  ·  $0.12

    Over the last couple of issues, Peter Parker had been worrying about his Aunt May's health. In the process, his web-swinging alter ego had become a coward in the eyes of the citizens. Now, with his aunt recuperating... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 89%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #20
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    As we begin this issue, the mysterious figure who had been tailing Peter Parker in the finale of the last installment is still sticking to Peter like glue. After following him home from school, the stranger takes off and... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #21
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    After being released from prison, Abner Jenkins once again dons his Beetle guise and prepares to gain revenge on the Human Torch. Torch overhears of his release and plans to keep an eye on the super villain. Meanwhile, Peter... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 83%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #22
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    After hearing that the Ringmaster and his band of criminal circus performers are out of jail, Spider-Man makes a surprise visit to their hotel room. Protesting their innocence, Spidey decides to leave them in peace...but... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #23
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    The Green Goblin has returned - and he's expressed interest in taking over Lucky Lobo's mob. However, Lucky isn't too keen on that idea. The next day, Peter Parker catches word of the Goblin's new underworld... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #24
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    The story begins at the Parker home where a delivery man has just brought the new hat Aunt May had ordered for Anna Watson's tea party. As Peter pays the man, he worries about his aunt who is struggling to make ends... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #25
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    Peter Parker leaves the house of Liz Allan after having tutored her and goes to retrieve his spider-signal which he left on a rooftop in the previous issue. When he retrieves it he notices a group of thugs about to steal... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #26
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    Peter Parker starts searching his house for the Spider-Man costume Aunt May took from him but has no luck. Meanwhile the Green Goblin and the Crime-Master are meeting at the waterfront. The Crime-Master is breaking up an... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #27
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    At a meeting which in which all the mob bosses of New York are in attendance the Green Goblin has just interupted the Crime-Master's bid to take command of all the gangs in New York. To make matters worse the Goblin... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 89%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #28
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    Peter Parker needs his old costume, so he goes to the lab of the inventor Smythe, who created the robot J. Johna Jameson used to try and beat Spiderman with. During that battle Parker had to remove his costume in order to... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #29
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 21st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    After pretending to have a break down, the police give The Scorpion back the costume that gives him his powers. Of course what they didn't suspect was that he was repairing it so he could bust out. At the Daily Bugle... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #30
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    There is a cat burgalar in town, and his latest victem was none other than J. Jonah Jameson, who offers a 1000 dollar reward for his capture. This has a chance to blow up in his face when Spiderman shows up and tells him... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #31
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1965  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man has to stop an organization trying to steal materials for building nuclear weapons. Unfortunately he is distracted by his Aunt May falling Ill. This also keeps him from making friends at college even though a... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #32
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Scene 1 : We finally find out who the "Master Planner" is, he is none other than Doctor Octapus himself. He is getting his men ready for his latest scheme. SCENE 2 : Peter goes to the Daily Planet to sell some... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #33
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    We see Spider-Man as we left him last issue, His Aunt May is dying in the hospital and the only thing that can save her is the serum known as ISO-36, It is near him but he is in engulfed by water and heavy machinery in the... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #34
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Kraven the Hunter walks around his trophy room and he has a space reserved for the mask of Spider-man. Kraven drinks a potion full of special herbs that make him gain great strength, He then finds a lion outside and battles... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #35
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Molten Man Has Just Served His Time In Jail And He Finds He Has Grown Stronger.Next Thing We Know Is That Is That Someone Is Robbing The Jewelry Store And Along Comes Spidey To Save The Day But He Takes A Beating Like No... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 56%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #36
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    After a meteor falls, Norton G. Fester sees it land and goes to it. This meteor turns out to be just the type he's been seeking. He thinks that by using this meteor, he will be able to prove that meteors contain microscopic... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 79%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #37
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Professor Mendel Stromm Is Just Released From Prison After A 10 Year Sentence. He Swears Revenge On Norman Osborn, The Man Who Put Him In Jail In The First Place. Peter Is Still Having Problems At School With Flash Thompson... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 75%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #38
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    A guy named Joe Smith has dreams of becoming a boxing champ. He often ridiculed by others in the gym because he usually got knocked out within the first minute of a round. He quickly decides that his career was going nowhere.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #39
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Our story opens with the sinister Green Goblin gleefully planning his next attack on his arch-enemy Spider-Man! It has been some time since his last altercation with the web-slinger, and thus he feels Spidey will be taken... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 95%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #40
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Spidey is tied up and has been unmasked by the Green Goblin, as seen last issue. The Green Goblin has also revealed his identity, taking off his mask to show that he is Norman Osborn, father of... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #41
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man (Peter Parker) is buying a new motorcycle and calls J. Jonah Jameson for a credit reference and he approves knowing he’ll get cheaper pictures. John Jameson is visiting and even though Jonah goes on a tangent... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 88%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #42
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 2nd, 1966  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Spidey is swinging through town with a bag of cash in one hand. The various citizens of New York are yelling out for someone to stop him, since it looks like Spidey has turned bank robber. A few... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 89%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #43
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1966  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, the Rhino has woken up from being tranquilised and is fighting off guards. The guards are trying to  shoot him, but the bullets just bounce off Rhino. Rhino crashes through a brick wall,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #44
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Aunt May has finally decided to go on a holiday for her health. While Peter escorts her to her train, Doctor Connors is also nearby, waiting to meet with Martha and Billy, his wife and son. However,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #45
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    This issue begins with Spider-Man walking across a "web bridge" he has built himself and recalling his last fight with the Lizard. All of  a sudden he hears a noise from around the corner, and goes to investigate... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 81%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #46
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Spidey is clinging to the wall of a building on an ordinary day, when it suddenly starts violently shaking. Spidey flips up to a lamp post, then sets up his automatic camera and goes into the... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 84%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #47
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    Kraven the Hunter wants money from Norman Osborn as a reward for attacking Spider-Man. Unfortunately, since Norman is out of town, Kraven decides to kidnap Norman's son, Harry, at a party which Peter Parker happens to... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #48
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    Whilst web-swinging around looking for Kraven the Hunter (who escaped Spidey last issue), Spider-Man gets an extremely bad cold and has to go home.Meanwhile, in a prison, the Vulture is dying. He asks for his final request:... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #49
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    Continued from last issue, Spider-Man is unconscious in a pile of snow, where the new Vulture (Blackie Drago) left him. It seems that he is about to die of the cold, but then for some reason the cold revives Spidey, who... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #50
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    Peter Parker quits being Spider-Man because he gets no respect no matter how many people he saves.  When he throws his costume away in the garbage, some kid finds it and brings it to Jameson chief of the Daily Bugle. ... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 96%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #51
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    After exiting the hero game last issue as far as we know it, Peter walks away from being Spider-man The Kingpin has just organized all crime. The Kingpin however wants Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson quieted due to his... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 92%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #52
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    After having been gassed last issue. Our wall-crawler and J.Jonah Jameson publisher of The Daily Bugle are both captured and held by the Kingpin and his thugs.They are bound up and tied in a sub cellar where the Kingpin... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #53
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    During the day at Empire State University, Professor Warren asks Peter Parker if he would like to go to a new science exhibit where a new nullifier is on display. Peter agrees and takes along Gwen Stacy. In the middle of... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #54
    Marvel Comics  ·  Nov 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Doctor Octopus moves in to Aunt May's house so that it will provide him with a good hideout. It goes well until Peter Parker comes over to visit Aunt May and recognizes Doc Ock. Peter changes... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 74%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #55
    Marvel Comics  ·  Dec 1st, 1967  ·  $0.12

    At the beginning of this issue, Spider-Man breaks into a secret base of Doctor Octopus's. He takes out all the thugs there, but there's no Doc Ock around. Spider-Man keeps on searching the underworld of the city,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 70%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #56
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Continued on from last issue, Spider-Man has amnesia, and has been tricked into joining Doctor Octopus. The two make their way to Doc Ock's hideout, but upon arrival Doc Ock realises that the Nullifier is weakening,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 50%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #57
    Marvel Comics  ·  Feb 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Continued on from last issue, Spider-Man has amnesia. He is wandering around the city looking for some clue to his past life. Meanwhile, Ka-Zar has just arrived in New York. He gets contacted by J. Jonah Jameson to take... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 85%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #58
    Marvel Comics  ·  Mar 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Continued on from last issue, Spider-Man has just fallen into a large body of water and is seemingly dead. Ka-Zar examines him more carefully and finds out that he is still alive, and manages to revive him. Somehow the shock... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #59
    Marvel Comics  ·  Apr 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man hurries to the hospital, to visit Aunt May. Once he's done visiting her he goes to the police station, since he was reported a missing person whilst he had amnesia. At the police station, he claims that Spider-Man... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 86%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #60
    Marvel Comics  ·  May 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Spider-Man has just discovered that the Brainwasher is his old foe, Kingpin. Kingpin attacks Spider-Man, but Spider-Man manages to smash the brain-washing machine and escape in the confusion. Unfortunately, whilst it sets... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #61
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jun 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    After Captain George Stacy is accused of breaking into confidential police files, Gwen Stacy and him leave town. This worries Spider-Man, since he doesn't know where they are, and the Kingpin could kill both of them.Looking... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 82%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #62
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jul 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Whilst swinging around town, Spider-Man bumps into Medusa of the Inhumans. She has come to Manhattan to see if the world is ready for the Inhumans to join it. Medusa flies down to the street, and explains what she wants.... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #63
    Marvel Comics  ·  Aug 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    At the start of this issue, Spider-Man is swinging around in the rain. Due to the rain, he falls and badly damages his arm. Through the rain, he thinks he sees the Vulture, but knows it's impossible since Blackie Drago (the... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 90%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #64
    Marvel Comics  ·  Sep 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Continuing on from last issue, the Vulture is about to fight Spider-Man, who has an injured arm. Spider-Man and Vulture fight for a while, before Spider-Man gets the idea of webbing Vulture's legs together. Unfortunately,... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 91%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #65
    Marvel Comics  ·  Oct 1st, 1968  ·  $0.12

    Continuing on from last issue, Spider-Man is unconscious in the street, with a crowd of people surrounding him. Some people say that they should unmask him while they have the chance, but Captain George Stacy says that they... View »

  • CONSENSUS: 87%
    The Amazing Spider-Man #92
    Marvel Comics  ·  Jan 1st, 1971  ·  $0.15

    At the end of the previous issue, Spider-Man swung into his apartment to find Sam Bullit and Gwen Stacy inside, who told him that this proved there's a connection between him and Peter Parker. To throw suspicion off... View »

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