Spider-Man: The Osborn Journal (1997) #1

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Published February, 1997 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1997 for $2.95 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

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hardtravelinghero
2.5

by on 11/19/2023 11:18:00 PM

Marvel's attempt to make sense out of the Clone Saga and tie it in to the return of a major Spidey villain. Just wow--the gymnastics of trying to make this more-or-less "flashback" issue into a justification for years of convoluted and disjointed storytelling that I somehow delved all the way through as a teen. Looking at this now, just after reading the first issue of the 1990's Clone Saga, reminds me of how bad the 1990s could be, despite my general love of the decade, or at least its earlier segment.

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