AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #13 DOCTOR OCTOPUS – JOHN BYRNE
Pub. Date: 1979
Condition: NM 9.0 (Near Mint 9.0)
“The Arms of Doctor Octopus” Part 1 of 2. Script by Marv Wolfman. Pencils by John Byrne. Inks by Terry Austin. (Brilliant art that rivals their work on the Uncanny X-Men series during the same time period). Cover by Keith Pollard and Bob McLeod. It’s an off-beat tale as a (presumed dead) government agent helps the web-slinger track down his long-time foe: Doctor Octopus! The wall-crawler doesn’t know exactly what Otto Octavius is planning, but he knows that the six-armed super-villain must be stopped! At a construction site in the Bowery, the Amazing Spider-Man and Doc Ock wage war again! And if Spidey has to rip off Dr. Octopus’ arms to beat him…he will! Story continues in Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 1. Second feature: “A Gallery of Spider-Man’s Most Famous Foes!” Script by Marv Wolfman. Art by Keith Pollard and Frank Giacoia. 8 pages of pin-ups featuring the Molten Man, Looter, Rhino, Shocker, Kingpin, Silvermane, Man-Mountain Marko, Prowler; and the Kangaroo. Third feature: “Peter Parker’s Pad!” One-page illustration of Peter’s Chelsea apartment and neighborhood. Fourth feature: One-page diagram of the offices of both the Daily Bugle and Daily Globe. Fifth feature: One-page layout of the campus of Empire State University. (Notes: Dr. Octopus previously appeared in Amazing Spider-Man 159. Government agent Kent Blake is assumed to be the same person featured in Atlas’ (1951) golden age series: Kent Blake of the Secret Service.) 48 pages Cover price $0.75.
All comics we sell include bag and board