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Amazing Spider-Man #14: Review

Jul 1964
Stan Lee, Steve Ditko

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Story Name:

The Green Goblin

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Rating:
3 stars

Amazing Spider-Man #14 Review by (February 15, 2010)
First appearance of the Hulk in a Spider-Man title.




 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Amazing Spider-Man #14 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro
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. Finally, he persuades the Web-Spinning Wonder that a film career is an easy ticket to fame and fortune. The movie deal is signed and soon Spidey is headed off to Hollywood. On a movie location in the New Mexico desert, the Goblin springs his trap and the Enforcers attack Spider-Man. After a frantic battle, Spidey lures his foes into a dark cave where he traps the Enforcers, leaving only the Green Goblin to deal with... Or so he thinks. To his surprise, he discovers that the cave was the hideout of the Hulk, who does not take kindly to being disturbed. Spider-Man is unable to defeat the rampaging giant with strength or webs and he finally hides underwater until the Hulk is gone. Spider-Man delivers the Enforcers to the police, then discovers that the producer has scrapped the Spider-Man movie in favor of one starring the Hulk. Peter Parker returns to New York older and wiser and the Green Goblin sets to work on another plot to destroy Spider-Man.

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