Spectacular Spider-man (1st Series) #64 1982 Fn 6.0
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Spectacular Spider-Man (1st Series) #64 1982 FN 6.0
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"Cloak and Dagger!" Script by Bill Mantlo. Pencils by Ed Hannigan. Inks by Al Milgrom. Cover by Ed Hannigan and Al Milgrom. On a quiet night in Manhattan, the web-slinger is traveling across the city when he suddenly hears a desperate plea for help from a man running for his life! The frantic pharmacist is trying to escape from...Cloak and Dagger! The wall-crawler quickly engages the light-and-dark pair, but falls in battle to the duo's unusual powers. The next day Peter Parker picks up the investigation, and the trail of Cloak (aka Tyrone Johnson) and Dagger (aka Tandy Bowen) leads to Ellis Island! Is the Spectacular Spider-Man ready for round two with Cloak and Dagger? First appearance of Cloak and Dagger. (Notes: This issue includes a full-page ad/pin-up of Spider-Man fighting Dr. Octopus and promoting his four monthly titles. Bill Mantlo's script provides a nice history of Ellis Island. On page two Jim Mooney is erroneously listed as the inker. Al Milgrom is acknowledged as the correct inker in the letters page of issue 68. The back cover contains a Dungeons and Dragons ad with art by Bill Willingham. Cloak and Dagger appear next in Spectacular Spider-Man 69 and 70.) 32 pagesThis item is a consignment
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