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Publisher's Summary


Of course it's stupendous. It's ol' Spidey himself in his first - yes, first - full-length novel. 


When a baddie drops out of a sky-high window (Did he jump - heh heh - or was he pushed?), Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson wants Spider-Man to take the rap. Has the wall-crawler come to the end of his rope? Does his life hang by a slender thread? 


To swing clear of this one, he's got to snoop on an international oil conference. There's blackmail! Radioactivity! And a welcoming committee of death-dealing arch-villains! 


Who's behind it all? Think hard, ‘cause we're not telling. But it just might be that too much tendril looms large in Spider's formidable future!

©2019 Marvel (P)2019 Marvel

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  • Lex D
  • 19-06-2020

Old school - not my cup of tea

If you enjoy the style of the Golden age of comics, you might like this. To many “wall-crawler” or “web-slinger” references for me. Underlying story not bad, although laboured at times. Performance only as good as the text unfortunately.

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