The amazing Spider-Man, writer, Dan Slott ; artists, Richard Elson (#698) ; penciler, Humberto Ramos (#699-700) ; inkers, Klaus Janson, Victor Olazaba ; colorists, Antonio Fabela, Edgar Delgado ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos, [2nd series, Vol. 47]
The work The amazing Spider-Man, writer, Dan Slott ; artists, Richard Elson (#698) ; penciler, Humberto Ramos (#699-700) ; inkers, Klaus Janson, Victor Olazaba ; colorists, Antonio Fabela, Edgar Delgado ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos, [2nd series, Vol. 47] represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Jacksonville Public Library.

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  • The amazing Spider-Man, writer, Dan Slott ; artists, Richard Elson (#698) ; penciler, Humberto Ramos (#699-700) ; inkers, Klaus Janson, Victor Olazaba ; colorists, Antonio Fabela, Edgar Delgado ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos, [2nd series, Vol. 47]
Main title
  • The amazing Spider-Man
Responsibility statement
  • writer, Dan Slott ; artists, Richard Elson (#698) ; penciler, Humberto Ramos (#699-700) ; inkers, Klaus Janson, Victor Olazaba ; colorists, Antonio Fabela, Edgar Delgado ; letterer, Chris Eliopoulos
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Dr. Octopus was given a year to live, his body and brain in terminal decline after a lifetime of brutal battles with his arch-foe Spider-Man. So the brilliant madman used that time as you might expect. First, he mobilized an army of Octobots to take over Manhattan. Then, he assembled six sinister super villains to abduct Norman Osborn's child. Finally, he pursued Spider-Man to the ends of the Earth while threatening to burn the planet to a cinder. And each time, his ambitious plans ended in failure. Or did they? Were his defeats further proof of his madness-- or his genius? With Dr. Octopus just hours from death, Spider-Man is about to learn the answer, as on of his oldest enemies turns the tables on him with a dying wish that spells doom for Peter Parker and everyone he loves!" -- page 4 of paperback edition
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  • illustrations
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Intended audience
  • Marvel Rating: T+ (recommended for older teens and adults)
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  • fiction
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  • comics graphic novels
OCLC Number
  • 820107817
Series statement
  • Amazing Spider-Man Marvel, 2nd series, 1998-2014, Issues 698-700
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