The Amazing Spider-Man: The Death of Gwen Stacy

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Marvel Comics, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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In this shocking and moving story, the Green Goblin and Spider-Man face off atop the George Washington Bridge, with Gwen's life hanging in the balance.

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Review: The Amazing Spider-Man: The Death of Gwen Stacy (Spider-Man: Death of the Stacys #2)

User Review  - Becky Bone - Goodreads

wanted to read this after seeing the Amazing Spiderman 2, just to see if they got inspiration from this. was given this book years ago as a gift but only just got around to reading it. the artwork is ... Read full review

Review: The Amazing Spider-Man: The Death of Gwen Stacy (Spider-Man: Death of the Stacys #2)

User Review  - Glenn - Goodreads

Amazing story line for its time. Somehow it lacks the kind of emotional punch that today's story lines afford. Norman's convenient amnesia about his also being the Green Goblin is a weak device to ... Read full review

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Stan Lee, 1925 Stan Lee was born in 1925. He joined Marvel Comics in the early 1940's and has remained there for 60 years. He is the creator of Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men, and has more than 2 billion comics books featuring these well known characters in print. While employed at Marvel Comics, Lee signed a contract that prohibited him from working for any company besides Marvel. When Marvel went bankrupt, the contract became null and void and Lee created his own company called Stan Lee Media. He remains Chairman Emeritus at Marvel, but spends most of his time on his new internet based company. Stan Lee Media will feature downloadable Superheroes. Lee also signed a deal with DC Comics to revamp some of their signature characters, including Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.

Conway was one of the most prolific comic book writers of the 1970s. He was editor-in-chief for a short term in the early 1970s.

Gil Kane (ESSENTIAL MARVEL TEAM-UP and MARVEL VISIONARIES: GIL KANE) drew almost every major character in comics throughout his illustrious career. He is best-known for his work on DC's Green Lantern.

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