Carnage in New York

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Boulevard Books, Aug 1, 1995 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 245 pages
Carnage, a homicidal lunatic who revels in chaos, is on the loose in New York City, armed with a serum that creates murderous tendencies in people. And only Spider-Man can stop him before he drives the city mad.

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About the author (1995)

D.W. "Prof" Smith sold his first short story, "The Dingbats of the Tree People," in 1927 and has been writing science fiction ever since, penning such classics as "Skudove Frenchie" among others. Since turning his attention to writing full-time, he has become one of America's most beloved and fastest authors, writing master works under many names, including Lester Lee, Don Simster, Dean Wesley Smith, and Ray Hamil. He is even rumored to be part of the famous writing team of Sandy and Schofield. Lately he has been writing "The Adventures of Captain Proton," a task the "Prof" says he loves almost more than eating.