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Amazing Spider-Man #120: Review

May 1973
Gerry Conway, John Romita

Story Name:

The Fight and the Fury

Review & Comments

Rating:
4 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #120 Review by (February 15, 2010)
Tony Mortellaro is also an inker in this issue.




 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Amazing Spider-Man #120 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro
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. Hulk's 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. Octopus thugs and tries to question him but is prevented by the arrival of General Thunderbolt Ross and the army. Ross accuses Spidey of working with the Hulk and tries to capture him but Spidey manages to escape. Getting back to the original reason for his visit, Peter accompanies Rimbaud's secretary to meet her boss at the old Expo 67 fair grounds. They encounter Jade Jaws who smashes up the car, leaving the driver and Miss Delon unconscious. Peter switches into his Spider-Man suit and confronts the Hulk; their battle lays waste to most of the abandoned fair ground and leaves an injured Spidey at the Hulks mercy. Webhead is saved by the arrival of the army, which causes the Hulk to take off. Moments later, Peter Parker finally meets with Rimbaud but, before the lawyer can tell him the reason for the urgent telegram, Rimbaud is shot down by a mysterious assailant. A weary and confused Peter heads back to New York.

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John Romita
John Romita
John Romita (Cover Penciler)


Characters

Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Hulk
Hulk

(Bruce Banner)
Spider-Man
Spider-Man

(Peter Parker)
Thunderbolt Ross
Thunderbolt Ross

(Thaddeus Ross)



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