Spider-Man #51D October 1994 Marvel Comics Grade NM

Spider-Man #51D October 1994 Marvel Comics Grade NM

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Direct edition. Foil cover/Flip Book. Story by Howard Mackie. Art by Tom Lyle and Scott Hanna

Power and Responsibility: Part 3. "A Heartbeat Away!":
Story continued from Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #394. Spider-Man is at the mercy of the uber powerful Traveler. The Ravencroft Institute has been mystically sealed off from the outside world and there is no hope for escape. Does Peter's fate rest in the hands of the mysterious stranger who has been invading his life over the past few issues? Story concludes in Spectacular Spider-Man (1976-1998 1st Series) #217. Flip-Side tale - The Double: Part 3. Story by J.M. DeMatteis. Art by Liam Sharp and Robin Higgins. This 10-page tale takes a closer look at the origin of Spider-Man's clone.

1st printing.
This comic book is in used condition and is complete with cover and all pages attached it has flaws that warrant a NM grade.
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