Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man Volume 18 features illustration from Might Marvel Calendar 1978
posted Dec 26, 2016, 8:40 AM by Vu Nguyen
Based on the listing, the George Pérez/Pablo Marcos illustration from the MIGHTY MARVEL CALENDAR 1978 (Dec 1977) AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Marvel Comics
could be in this volume.
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Volume 18 - 1st printing. Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st
Series) #181-192 and material from Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st
Series) ANNUAL #12 and the Mighty Marvel Calendar (1975-1981) 1978.
Written by Marv Wolfman, Bill Mantlo, and Gerry Conway. Art by Sal
Buscema, Mike Esposito, Ross Andru, Keith Pollard, Jim Starlin, Bob
McLeod, John Byrne, and Jim Mooney. Cover by Keith Pollard. Spider-Man
has become the world's favorite super hero - and together with Ross
Andru, Keith Pollard and guest artists including John Byrne and Jim
Starlin, Marv Wolfman will prove why! Sure, there are fearsome villains
to fight - such as Electro, Jigsaw and the Spider-Slayer! And unlikely
enemies to face - such as Rocket Racer and the Big Wheel! And J. Jonah
Jameson has an even sharper axe than usual to grind with Spidey after
their latest encounter with the Man-Wolf! But the true drama, as always,
comes from Peter Parker. As Aunt May hangs onto life by a thread, will
Mary Jane accept Peter's marriage proposal? And when Betty Brant walks
back into his love life, what's a Parker to do? Hardcover, 272 pages,
Cover price $75.00.
Updated some calendars, information from: MARVEL 1975 CALENDAR, MARVEL 1977 CALENDAR,
MARVEL 1980 CALENDAR,
MARVEL 1981 CALENDAR
From Frank Strysik
The Hulk vs Silver Surfer is from the Hulk 1979 Marvel Calendar and the Spider-Man is from the 1978 Spider-Man Calendar.
Scan and information from
frobert65, via Ebay.
The Marvel 1977 Calendar. Featuring art by Jack Kirby, George Perez, John Buscema, Gil Kane and others.
The Marvel 1978 Spider-Man Calendar. Featuring art by George Perez, Jack Kirby, Paul Gulacy, John Byrne, Gil Kane And Others.