Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 6

Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 6

This action-packed volume collects an amazing selection of Spidey tales by legends Stan Lee and John Romita Sr. Includes a four-part Doctor Octopus epic - plus appearances by the Kingpin, Ka-Zar, the Spider-Slayer, Captain Stacy and more! Also reprinted are the issues' original covers.
Collecting The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #51-61 and Annual #4

Title:Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 6
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785113621
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    Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 6 Reviews

  • David Dalton

    I love these classic Spider-Man collections. These stories are from way back in my youth. Early teen years, and I would spend my hard earned $$ on Spider-Man, the Avengers, and the Fantastic Four. Bre...

  • Evan Leach

    Another good Spider-Man collection from the '60s. Half of this volume consists of two multi-part stories. “Spider-Man No More!”, continued from volume five, features Spidey’s first encounter wit...

  • Rocky Sunico

    Well, this was a colorful story arc that helps elevate Dr. Octopus from more than just a man with a gimmick to one with some serious plans. Sure the whole Spider-Man losing his memory was a little hok...

  • Michael

    The Kingpin and Doctor Octopus are the main villains in this volume. Here's what happens:Back from his short retirement in Volume 5, Spidey goes after the Kingpin, but is defeated. And in another vict...

  • Steven

    While there’s some rough bits, this period of the book had Stan Lee cooking along at his best, and less wordy than before. Jazzy John Romita had his his stride on the book at this point, despite goi...

  • Robert Hultman

    Great Set of IssuesA couple of ho-hum ish's along the way, but ends with awesome excitement as Capt. Stacy regains his mind, Kingpin gets away, and questions around the inevitable return of the Green ...

  • Lee

    Got a tiny bit tedious with some of the beat’em up stuff but the last couple issues with Captain Stacy and Kingpin were really good. ...

  • Alex Andrasik

    Unpopular opinion: John Romita is a great artist, but I don't love his Spider-Man. I know! It's classic! It's formative! It's not for me....

  • Jdetrick

    It's not that these are bad....its just that I feel the series isn't doing anything new or interesting. These are fine superhero comics, but they're not exceptional in any way....

  • Henry B.

    Really good book...