We use a high quality scanner to reproduce the best colour-match of our comics and avoid distortion. The refraction glare on some CGC scans is unavoidable. Amazing Spider-Man #122, CGC VFN- 7.5, Jul 1973. One of THE most important Bronze Age Spider-Man comics.Bright cover colours and bright, clean back cover. Straight non-slanting Marvel banner at the top.
New CGC holder and protective plastic sleeve. The classic death of the Green Goblin, impaled on his Goblin-Glider (natural healing powers brought him back to life many years later in ASM #412). There was the same frenzy at comic shops as with issue #121 at the time to get an issue - being Non Distributed in the UK at the time it meant that my local newsagents would never stock this issue so a train up to London from Farnborough and pilgrimage to St Anne's Court to Dark They Were and Golden Eyed. The best comic shop around at the time.Gerry Conway was only 21 when he wrote this storyline. Credit to Stan Lee for recognising precocious talent.
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