Amazing Spider

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Gwen Stacy
... by Marvel Comics, usually as a supporting character in those featuring Spider-Man ... Steve Ditko, she first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December 1965) ... originally the first true love of Peter Parker (Spider-Man) before he developed deep feelings for her friend and rival, Mary Jane Watson ...
Clown (comics) - Publication History
... The character subsequently appears in The Amazing Spider-Man #16 (September 1964), #22 (March 1965), The Avengers #22 (November 1965), The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #2 (1965), Thor #145-147 (October–December 1967 ...
Uncanny X-Men - Collected Editions - Trade Paperbacks - Masterworks
3 X-Men #54-66, #67-80 (covers only) Amazing Adventures #11-17 Marvel Team-Up #4 Incredible Hulk #150, #161 (b w) March 2009 978-0785130604 X-Men Visionaries ... #273-277 October 2002 978-0785109211 X-Men Mutations Amazing Adventures (vol. 2 Excalibur #100 Fantastic Four #415 Amazing Spider-Man #415 Sensational Spider-Man #8 Spider-Man #72 Green Goblin #12 Punisher #11 X-Factor #125-126 ...
List Of First Appearances In Marvel Comics Publications - G
... Four #44 Gravity in Gravity #1 Green Goblin as Norman Osborn II in The Amazing Spider-Man #14 as Harold (Harry) Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man #136 Gremlin in ...

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