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A month or so ago their was an issue of Webspinners? a SpiderMan book that told the story about the wrestler who faced Peter. I thought it was one of the coolest reads since the Homecoming storyline but when I went back the next month I didn't see a second part was that wrestling story line just a one shot. Pls let me know.

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The recent isssue of Spider-Man's Tangled Web (#14), entitled The Last Shoot chronicles Crusher Hogan's last days as a wrestler before facing Spider-Man in the ring, a match which was in turn shown in the Spider-Man origin in Amazing Fantasy #15. The issue was written by Brian Azzarello and Scott Levy, aka Raven.



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    Originally posted by Freeway420
    The recent isssue of Spider-Man's Tangled Web (#14), entitled The Last Shoot chronicles Crusher Hogan's last days as a wrestler before facing Spider-Man in the ring, a match which was in turn shown in the Spider-Man origin in Amazing Fantasy #15. The issue was written by Brian Azzarello and Scott Levy, aka Raven.


Dude you are scarry. But thanks a bunch. I knew someone form the Wrestling World had to help with that issue but is it worth trying to find that Amazing Fantasy issue? Is it as good a read as the Tangle Web.

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Wasn't there a whole discussion of this when it came out first time?





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Yes, this has already been discussed, and the thread is somewhere...

Down there.



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    Originally posted by rabidzebra
    but is it worth trying to find that Amazing Fantasy issue? Is it as good a read as the Tangle Web
A mint copy of
"that Amazing Fantasy issue" will run you $42,000. Let me know if you have any luck not only finding one, but also buying it.



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Or you could go the route I did when collecting Amazing Spider-Man from 1 to the present - Marvel Tales. Issue 137 re-printed Amazing Fantasy 15 and then they reprinted each issue of Amazing in order (including Annuals) up thru issue 50. They used the original covers and also included the original letters pages. And they were in colour. Very cool.

For those of us who haven't won the lottery yet, this was the best way to go. You can usually find these for buck or less in bargain bins of your local comic shop.

There's also Marvel Masterworks, but at $40-$50 a pop, that's a little pricey. You can also try the Essential editions, but those are black & white, but pretty cheap at $15 per.

Happy hunting if you're interested.



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