Spectacular Spider Man #20 (1st Series 1976) July 1978 Marvel Comics Grade VF-

Spectacular Spider Man #20 (1st Series 1976) July 1978 Marvel Comics Grade VF-

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Script by Bill Mantlo. Art by Sal Buscema (breakdowns) and Mike Esposito (finishes). Cover by Ernie Chan.

As part of his plan for revenge against the wall-crawler, Lightmaster kidnaps Hector Ayala and threatens to broadcast his (Spider-Man's) secret identity to the world! But hold on, is Edward Lansky confused? Hector is the White Tiger, not the amazing one. By the time Lightmaster realizes his error, he has two super heroes to fight! The White Tiger and the web-slinger team up to take down Lightmaster! Cameo appearances by the Enforcers.
Notes: Lightmaster returns in Amazing Spider-Man 203. The public disclosure of the White Tiger's identity will have tragic consequences for Hector's family beginning in Spectacular Spider-Man 49.

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This comic book is complete with cover and all pages attached it has flaws that warrant a grade VF-.
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