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Comic Book: Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series)

What This Book is About:
After his debut in Amazing Fantasy #15, Spider-Man gets his own book, and the rest as they say, is history.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Mar 1963 to Nov 1998
1963
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Spider-Man
Spider-Man

(Peter Parker)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic

(Reed Richards)
She-Hulk
She-Hulk

(Jennifer Walters)
Daredevil
Daredevil

(Matt Murdock)
Doc Samson
Doc Samson

(Leonard Samson)
Falcon
Falcon

(Sam Wilson)
Invisible Woman
Invisible Woman

(Sue Storm)

Comics Index

Total: 24

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Amazing Spider-Man #1
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Amazing Spider-Man #1

March 1963
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Amazing Spider-Man #2
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Amazing Spider-Man #2

May 1963
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Amazing Spider-Man #3
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Amazing Spider-Man #3

July 1963
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Amazing Spider-Man #4
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Amazing Spider-Man #4

September 1963
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Amazing Spider-Man #5
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Amazing Spider-Man #5

October 1963
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Amazing Spider-Man #14
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #14

July 1964
"The Green Goblin"
Script: Stan Lee
The Green Goblin hatches a foolproof plan to destroy Spider-Man. First he enlists the aid of the Enforcers in his scheme of revenge. Then, he promises Hollywood film producer B.J.Cosmos that he can deliver Spidey as the star of his next picture. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #100
4.5 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #100

September 1971
"The Spider or the Man?"
Script: Stan Lee
After spoiling a robbery, Spider-Man reflects on what matters most to him: Gwen Stacy. The young couple wants to get married, but how could they live a normal life if he is Spider-Man? [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #119
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #119

April 1973
"The Gentlemans Name is... Hulk"
Script: Gerry Conway
Peter Parkers Aunt May receives a mysterious telegram from a Jean-Pierre Rimbaud in Montreal. Fearing a connection to Dr. Octopus, Peter decides to investigate as Spider-Man. Seeing on the TV news that the Hulk is in Canada, Peter persuades J. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #120
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #120

May 1973
"The Fight and the Fury"
Script: Gerry Conway
At the bottom of the lake, Hulk hurls the slab to which Spider-Man is clinging out of the water and Spidey leaps to safety. Hulks underwater thrashing causes a massive tidal wave, preventing the army from following him as he leaps away. Returning to Montreal, Spidey captures one of Dr. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #252
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #252

May 1984
"Homecoming!"
Script: Tom DeFalco
It has been over a week since the majority of Earth’s superheroes mysteriously vanished. In the offices of the Daily Bugle, J. Jonah Jameson and Robbie Robertson plan the day’s front page while Robbie resists his boss’ urging to blame the disappearances on Spider-Man. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #328
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #328

January 1990
"Shaws Gambit"
Script: David Michelinie
The Hulk is approached by a Hellfire Club member, Sebastian Shaw, who offers him lots of money to destroy Spider-man. Spidey however, has been granted the power cosmic, increasing his abilities. After ridding the Statue of Liberty from terrorists, Spider-Man flies across town to meet his wife. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #529
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #529

April 2006
"Mr Parker goes to Washington, part 1 of 3"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Peter Parker and Mary Jane are asleep in their bedroom in Avengers Tower when a bird statue wakes them up. It's Tony Stark calling Peter to a meeting. MJ suspiciously asks Tony if he can see via the bird as well as communicate. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #530
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #530

May 2006
"Mr Parker goes to Washington, part 2 of 3"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Peter Parker is waiting at an airport to board Tony Stark's private jet. Tony arrives in a limo and Peter asks why he left Avengers Tower at midnight last night. Stark says he had a meeting and won't elucidate further. (We see a flashback that tells us it was an Illuminati meeting. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #531
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #531

June 2006
"Mr Parker goes to Washington, part 3 of 3"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Spider-Man is in Washington hanging on to a rocketing Titanium Man by a webline. He attaches another webline to the Washington Monument and swings the bad guy down to the Lincoln Memorial. Spidey glides over there with his new webwings. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #532
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #532

July 2006
"The war at home, part 1 of 6"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
In the opening page Peter Parker tells Mary Jane and Aunt May that he's got to make a decision which might mean the end of Spider-Man. Then we go into flashbacks. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #533
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #533

August 2006
"The night the war came home, part 2 of 6"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Tony Stark and Spider-Man (in his standard costume) are holding a press conference where Spidey has just unmasked to show his support for the Superhuman Registration Act. Now he tells the world his name.An immediate reaction is for millions of people to Google the name, and crash the Internet. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #534
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #534

September 2006
"The war at home, part 3 of 6"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
The issue begins with some of the pro-Registration team (Spider-Man, Ms Marvel, Wonder Man, Doc Samson and Invisible Woman) vs some of the Resistance (Captain America, Vision, Daredevil (actually Danny Rand), Cable, Goliath (Bill Foster), Hercules, Falcon, Luke Cage, Speed and Patriot). [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #535
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #535

November 2006
"The war at home, part 4 of 6"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Peter Parker can't sleep because of the things Tony Stark has him doing for the Superhuman Registration Act. Now he hears on late night news that Stark Enterprises (and Fantastic Four Incorporated) are making loads of money from building a secure facility to house arrested non-Registered. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #536
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #536

December 2006
"The war at home, part 5 of 6"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Spider-Man drops from the sky near Avengers Tower, closely followed by Iron Man. They continue their fight but suddenly Tony Stark uses a passcode to disable the Iron Spider armour he made for Peter Parker. However Peter's only playing dead because he disabled that passcode. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #537
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #537

February 2007
"The war at home, part 6 of 7"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Peter Parker, Mary Jane and Aunt May are in the motel they booked into last issue. Pete goes out to buy a Daily Bugle and a prostitute recognises him and turns him in, presumably to Kingpin rather than the cops. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #538
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #538

March 2007
"The war at home, part 7 of 7"
Script: J. Michael Straczynski
Kingpin's hitman is staking out the motel where the Parker family are hiding. Mary Jane and Aunt May are there but he's told to wait longer for Peter to show as well. But at some point they'll decide to take out the secondary targets anyway.Peter calls to say he won't be home for dinner. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #641
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #641

October 2010
"Something blue"
Script: Joe Quesada
Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson continue talking about what broke them apart. They've reached the time at Dr Strange's place where Peter made 1 of his wrong decisions. But MJ isn't so sure it was wrong anymore. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #683
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #683

April 2012
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Amazing Spider-Man #687
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #687

June 2012
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