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Read The Amazing Spider-Man () comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next. Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider as a teenager, granting him spider-like powers. After the death of his Uncle Ben, which he could have prevented. FIRST APPEARANCE (COMIC BOOK). Amazing Fantasy #15 () as Flash Thompson. The Amazing Spider-Man # () as Agent Venom.

Publication history[ edit ] The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist and co-plotter Steve Ditko , [2] and the pair produced 38 issues from March to July Ditko left after the 38th issue, while Lee remained as writer until issue Since then, many writers and artists have taken over the monthly comic through the years, chronicling the adventures of Marvel's most identifiable hero. The Amazing Spider-Man has been the character's flagship series for his first fifty years in publication, and was the only monthly series to star Spider-Man until Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man in , although saw the debut of Marvel Team-Up , with the vast majority of issues featuring Spider-Man along with a rotating cast of other Marvel characters. Most of the major characters and villains of the Spider-Man saga have been introduced in Amazing, and with few exceptions, it is where most key events in the character's history have occurred. The title was published continuously until Nov. Peter balanced his career as Spider-Man with his job as a freelance photographer for The Daily Bugle under the bombastic editor-publisher J. Jonah Jameson to support himself and his frail Aunt May. At the same time, Peter dealt with public hostility towards Spider-Man and the antagonism of his classmates Flash Thompson and Liz Allan at Midtown High School, while embarking on a tentative, ill-fated romance with Jameson's secretary, Betty Brant. By focusing on Parker's everyday problems, Lee and Ditko created a groundbreakingly flawed, self-doubting superhero, and the first major teenaged superhero to be a protagonist and not a sidekick. Ditko's quirky art provided a stark contrast to the more cleanly dynamic stylings of Marvel's most prominent artist, Jack Kirby , [2] and combined with the humor and pathos of Lee's writing to lay the foundation for what became an enduring mythos. Most of Spider-Man's key villains and supporting characters were introduced during this time. Issue 1 March featured the first appearances of J. Jonah Jameson [7] and his astronaut son John Jameson , [8] and the supervillain the Chameleon.

Notably, in Oct. Other notable issues of the DeFalco-Frenz era include May , with the first appearance of Spider-Man's black costume, which the hero would wear almost exclusively for the next four years' worth of comics; the debut of criminal mastermind the Rose , in June ; the revelation in Nov.

David Michelinie took over as writer in the next issue, for a story arc in July-Sept. The " Kraven's Last Hunt " storyline by writer J.

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McFarlane revolutionized Spider-Man's look. His depiction — large-eyed, with wiry, contorted limbs, and messy, knotted, convoluted webbing — influenced the way virtually all subsequent artists would draw the character.

McFarlane's other significant contribution to the Spider-Man canon was the design for what would become one of Spider-Man's most wildly popular antagonists, the supervillain Venom. The latter issue featured Spider-Man reverting to his original red-and-blue costume. Other notable issues of the Michelinie-McFarlane era include Feb.

McFarlane left the title in to write and draw a new series titled simply Spider-Man. His successor, Erik Larsen , penciled the book from early to mid After issue , Larsen was succeeded by Mark Bagley , who had won the Marvel Tryout Contest [80] and was assigned a number of low-profile penciling jobs followed by a run on New Warriors in Bagley penciled the flagship Spider-Man title from to The series' 30th-anniversary issue, Aug. It would be close to two years before they were revealed to be impostors, who are killed in April , scripter Michelinie's last issue.

His — stint gave him the second-longest run as writer on the title, behind Stan Lee. Issue was released with a gold foil cover.

From October to June , Amazing stopped running stories exclusive to it, and ran installments of multi-part stories that crossed over into all the Spider-Man books.

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One of the few self-contained stories during this period was in April , which featured the death of Aunt May — later revealed to have been faked although the death still stands in the MC2 continuity. The " Clone Saga " culminated with the revelation that the Spider-Man who had appeared in the previous 20 years of comics was a clone of the real Spider-Man.

This plot twist was massively unpopular with many readers, [86] and was later reversed in the "Revelations" story arc that crossed over the Spider-Man books in late The Clone Saga tied into a publishing gap after Oct. The series picked up again with Jan. The relaunch included the Sandman being regressed to his criminal ways and the "death" of Mary Jane, which was ultimately reversed.

Other elements included the introduction of a new Spider-Woman who was spun off into her own short-lived series and references to John Byrne's Spider-Man: Chapter One , which launched at the same time as the reboot. Byrne also penciled issues 1—18 from to and wrote 13—14, John Romita Jr. With 30 June , J.

Michael Straczynski took over as writer [89] and oversaw additional storylines — most notably his lengthy "Spider-Totem" arc, which raised the issue of whether Spider-Man's powers were magic-based, rather than as the result of a radioactive spider's bite. Straczynski gave Spider-Man a new profession, having Parker teach at his former high school. Issue 30 began a dual numbering system, with the original series numbering returned and placed alongside the volume-two number on the cover.

Other longtime, rebooted Marvel Comics titles, including Fantastic Four , likewise were given the dual numbering around this time.

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Be warned, though, if you've never read these stories, there are spoilers within. Most of said spoilers are decades old, but hey, you never know.

Here we get to witness Spider-Man going through a Daredevil-grade dismemberment of his personal and professional life. When one of his rogues find out his secret identity, all hell breaks loose for Peter, Mary Jane, and Aunt May.

Admittedly, there are a surprising amount of flaws in the storytelling itself. From a sympathetic Vulture to a playful-but-devoted Black Cat to a tough-as-nails MJ and even a rogue bromance of sorts, Millar excels at character work.

And of course, we get to see Peter at his best — and by "best" I mean battered and bruised, emotionally and physically, far past the breaking point of a lesser man. These were supplemented by short comedy strips by Lew Stringer , such as Snail-Man. With the August name change to Spidey Comic , the title solidified its targeting of younger children. Finally, in December , the Spider-Man weekly published its last issue, Even after the demise of Spider-Man Comics Weekly , Spider-Man annuals continued to appear on a yearly basis, continuing from their debut through , and then from —, with a Spider-Man and Hulk Omnibus annual in A Spider-Man Holiday Special was published in Following that title's cancellation, the early Spider-Man stories it was then reprinting continued for a few months in the pages of the short-lived Marvel UK title The Daredevils.

The only original material featured the Zoids, a tie-in with the toys of the same name.

Spider-Man and Zoids was notable for featuring early work by Grant Morrison , including the epic and apocalyptic Black Zoid storyline. The new title lasted only 51 issues until February 16, The Animated Series , which began broadcasting in the UK in the mids. Initially, the stories were simply reprints of the US comics based on the series, but eventually the title moved to all-new UK-originated stories, marking the first Marvel UK material featuring classic Marvel characters to be produced since early From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Main article: Astonishing Spider-Man. During this period, comics published by Marvel Comics carried a cover date three months in advance of the actual date of publication. This means the actual publication date of Marvel Team-Up 65 was October Back Issue!

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