‘Amazing Spider-Man: Man-Wolf at Midnight’ Epic Collection Revisits Origins of The Punisher, Man-Wolf, and Spider-Mobile

The latest Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection takes us back to an era that introduced the world to The Punisher, Man-Wolf, and the ever popular Spider-Mobile.

The Amazing Spider-Man: Man-Wolf at Midnight Epic Collection contains The Amazing Spider-Man #124-142 and Giant Size Super Heroes: Featuring Spider-Man, all written by Gerry Conway, with art by Gil Kane, Ross Andru, Paul Reinman, John Romita, Sr., Tony Mortellaro, Jim Mooney, Frank Giacoia, Dave Hunt, and Mike Esposito.

In addition to the origins and first appearance of Col. John Jameson, Frank Castle, and that supped-up buggy created by Spidey’s best “frenemy” Johnny Storm, the new volume also contains notable events from the early 70’s (1973-75) such as Aunt May’s almost wedding to Dr. Octopus, Harry Osborn’s decision to don his Dad’s Green Goblin costume, and the Jackal’s devious schemes. Other villains on the scene include: The Vulture, The Kangaroo, Molten Man, The Tarantula, Mysterio, Hammerhead, The Grizzly, and who could ever forget The Mindworm.

The Amazing Spider-Man: Man-Wolf at Midnight Epic Collection consists of 416 pages, for a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Check out the cover by John Romita, Sr. and Tony Mortellaro from The Amazing Spider-Man #130 and keep checking back with Conskipper for all of your vintage comic news.

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