Spider-Man #91A Direct Variant FN 6.0 1998 For Sale
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Spider-Man #91A Direct Variant FN 6.0 1998:
Spider-Man #91A Direct Variant FN 6.0 1998
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Spider-Man Identity Crisis #91 cover with Dusk #1 cover underneath. "Undercover" Identity Crisis Part 5 of 8. (Peter Parker as Dusk Part 1 of 2.) Script by Howard Mackie. Pencils by John Romita Jr. Inks by Scott Hanna. Cover by John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna. After wearing the Dusk costume last issue, Peter decides to adopt the Dusk identity back in New York to help clear Spider-Man's name! Arthur Stacy advises Dusk to go find the Trapster, befriend him, and see if he will confess to the murder of Joey Z! But by the time Dusk locates the Trapster, the former Paste Pot Pete is under attack from the Shocker! Apparently Norman Osborn has put a price on the Trapster's head! And the Shocker is ready to collect! So in the heart of Times Square; Dusk will try to stop the Shocker, save the Trapster, and exonerate Spider-Man in one fell swoop! Good luck Dusk! Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson and Jill Stacy. (Notes: Sensational Spider-Man 27 & 28 are parts 3 & 4 of the Identity Crisis storyline. This story was reprinted in 1998 in the trade paperback: Marvel Finest's Spider-Man Identity Crisis; and again in 2012 in the trade paperback: the Amazing Spider-Man Identity Crisis.) 36 pages.Item image
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