The Amazing Spider-Man #270

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #270 - The Hero and the Holocaust released by Marvel on November 1985.

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    Firelord’s flames can’t be stoked! New York City will be razed if Spider-Man and the Avengers can’t stop the former herald of Galactus. Peter Parker science whiz might just save the day.

    Round Two begins, as Firelord, feeling he's been disrespected, searches the city for signs of Spider-Man so he can whoop that ass.

    After getting his second wind, Spidey is also on the hunt for signs of Firelord, and when they finally come across eachother again, Spidey throws everything but the kitchen sink at Firelord, but he can't put him down, so in a desperatelast ditch effort, Spidey jumps on Firelord and pummels him as fast and as hard as he can until the Avengers finally arrive on the scene and call him off.


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    A Great Conclusion To One Of The Best Spidey Stories Ever! 0

    Part/Round two begins with the hunt in full force, as Firelord races through the city looking for Spider-Man.  It's a great tension filled hunt, and when they collide, the tension goes even higher.  You can feel the desperation in Spidey as he tries everything he can to beat the much more powerful foe. The fight and the eventual knockout is one of the most memorable comic fights in history.  It was great incorperating the Avengers in the story, and Avengers #258 also showed the Spidey/Firelord t...

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