Amazing Spider-Man #132-133
Issue(s): Amazing Spider-Man #132, Amazing Spider-Man #133
I watch for how the Molten Man is portrayed because i know he eventually goes good. It's arguable that he's really being driven crazy by his powers in these issues and not actually evil, but only barely.
Mary Jane immediately recognizes Liz,
Robbie refers to Peter as a "freelance photog" but i thought Peter was on staff at the Bugle as of Amazing Spider-Man #99. I suppose with JJ your job position is in constant jeopardy, but they made a big deal out of Peter getting a full-time job so you'd think it would have been clearer if he lost it. Actually the next issue, JJ refers to Peter as staff again. Staff freelance?
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Implant? N
Reprinted In: Marvel Tales #109, Marvel Tales #110
Inbound References (2): show
Betty Brant, Joe 'Robbie' Robertson, Liz Allan, Mary Jane Watson, Molten Man, Ned Leeds, Spider-Man
Liz Allan and Betty Brant actually met Mary Jane in ASM #25, but MJ's face was hidden from the reader.
The beauty of this two part story is that it bring together my two favorite artists of all-time - Ross Andru and John Romita Sr. Yes - in that order!
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