The amazing Spider-Man, writer, Dan Slott ; penciler, Guiseppe Camuncoli with Mario del Pennino ; inkers, Victor Olazaba with Daniel Green & Giuseppe Camuncoli ; colorist, Frank D'Armata ; letterers, VC's Joe Caramagna & Chris Eliopoulos, [2nd series, Vol. 45]
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  • The amazing Spider-Man, writer, Dan Slott ; penciler, Guiseppe Camuncoli with Mario del Pennino ; inkers, Victor Olazaba with Daniel Green & Giuseppe Camuncoli ; colorist, Frank D'Armata ; letterers, VC's Joe Caramagna & Chris Eliopoulos, [2nd series, Vol. 45]
Main title
  • The amazing Spider-Man
Responsibility statement
  • writer, Dan Slott ; penciler, Guiseppe Camuncoli with Mario del Pennino ; inkers, Victor Olazaba with Daniel Green & Giuseppe Camuncoli ; colorist, Frank D'Armata ; letterers, VC's Joe Caramagna & Chris Eliopoulos
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Spider-Man must contend with the cold-blooded combination of the Lizard and Morbius--one a rampaging reptile that may have cut the cord with his human host forever, the other a scientific genius with a vampiric lust for human blood. Morbius has developed a cure for the Lizard--and by all indications, he's succeeded--but is there anything left of Dr. Curt Connors to save? Who exhumed the body of Connors' late son, Billy? And how can Spidey trust Morbius when every time he turns around, the Living Vampire is sinking his teeth into yet another victim? The answers come fast and furious in a frightening tale that reminds readers that when it comes to senses-shattering savagery, no one can stand with the Lizard!" --p.[4] of cover
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  • illustrations
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Intended audience
  • Marvel Rating: T (recommended for teens and older)
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  • fiction
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  • comics graphic novels
OCLC Number
  • 823781782
Series statement
  • Amazing Spider-Man Marvel, 2nd series, 1998-2014, Issues 688-691
Table of contents
  • Lizard: No turning back -- Untold tales of Spider-Man #9 / writer, Kurt Busiek ; penciler, Ron Frenz ; inker, Brett Breeding
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