The Amazing Spider-Man #50

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #50 - Spider-Man No More! released by Marvel on July 1967.

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    Spider-Man No More! last edited by Vlad3008 on 12/20/22 02:04PM View full history

    Peter becomes frustrated with his life and decides to throw away his Spider-Man outfit and quit being Spider-Man.

    Peter Parker quits being Spider-Man because he gets no respect no matter how many people he saves. When he throws his costume away in the garbage, some kid finds it and brings it to J. Jonah Jameson, chief of the Daily Bugle. While Parker is enjoying life not being Spider-Man, a new crime lord called Kingpin rises. When Peter is walking around, he finds a guy being robed and decides to save him. After he does that, the guy reminded him of Uncle Ben and why he became Spider-Man. Then he decides to get his costume from Jameson, and becomes Spider-Man once more. [This issue had one of the best and famous covers of all time.]


    • The cover is homaged by future comics.

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    Another Look At Life Brought To You By Parker And Company 0

    Have you ever forgotten something? Have you ever forgotten something really important, like that one time you were supposed to pick up your child/little brother/embodiment of pure innocence two hours ago? You probably have. Everyone does it at some point. But have you ever forgotten something so important to you that it makes up who you are and gives the reasons for what you do? Peter Parker has. In this issue, Peter's lost sight of why he does what he does. Why he fights to protect those who ou...

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