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Posted: Sun Apr 26, 2015 at 03:33:20 pm CDT (Viewed 203 times)
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El Sorprendente Hombre AraÃ±a nÂº 154 (16mar1973)
Source of summary translation:
A:Grand debut of our friend Francisco EstÃ©vez, that send us from the motherland, "the amazing man spider" No. 154 posted by the mythical La Prensa Editorial on March 16, 1973. This specimen belongs to that famous group of episodes Arachnids "Made in Mexico", whose scripts and drawings were entirely made by Mexican artists, with the consent of the "Casa de las Ideas" American.
A:This is the first part of a series of two episodes that chronicles an expedition financed by J. J. Jameson into a mysterious lost island involving in addition Joe Robertson, Peter Parker and his then girlfriend, the unforgettable Gwen Stacy (curvilinear Mexican version, is clear). The ambitious J.J.J. hoping to achieve a large shipment of gold bullion that lies next to the remains of an old nazi, damaged aircraft since World War II, in the mysterious island. However, they are captured by the natives of the place and makes its appearance a giant being who tries to kidnap the beautiful Gwendy. Then Peter is in a dilemma should be made before all in the Spider-man to save his beloved? If you do, everyone will know his secret.
A:This episode has a unique feature, which makes it different from all that preceded him. During the 22 pages that comprise it, never displayed the full figure of Spider-man. Amazing right?
We were very grateful to Francisco EstÃ©vez for this great contribution and of course, give the warmest welcome to the "Dream Team" of contributors to the Blog of Comics press and urge you to continue delighting us with many more comics from his large collection.
Last survivor of the Club of the spider's Web
(Someone here would have to translate the individual pages.)
I miss Dad and Dan.
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