Marvel Collector's Edition: Spider-Man/Wolverine (1992) #1

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Published ________, 1992 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1992 for $1.50 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $6.00 USD.

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Issue Story(s)
  • U Can't Touch...The Eel! (Pages 1-8)
  • The Leader (Pages 10-15)
  • Gimme a Break (Pages 17-24)
  • You've Got to Have Friends (Pages 26-31)

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Ratings and Reviews
hardtravelinghero
2.5

by on 5/1/2023 12:22:00 AM

OK stories that are stand-alone as far as I know. The best two are the Wolverine/Jubilee story, mostly because of the Sam Kieth art, which is his usual stylized kind of over-the-top quality. The plot is OK and even though Hama scripts it, it's still not worth holding onto. Also, how again does Wolverine get broken adamantium-covered ribs? Some shit about cartilage? In terms of story, the Silver Surfer book is the most compelling, I suppose, about helping people stand up for themselves. After reading his first six Lee/Buscema issues recently, I can see why he wants to keep interference to a minimum. The Ghost Rider story is easily forgotten, though the villain has some corny fun name. The Spidey story is quaint, fighting the slippery Eel.

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