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Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.
Today’s episode is a three-part crossover from 1996, MEDIA BLIZZARD
The first issue is Sensational Spider-Man #1
Dan Jergans as Writer/Artist
Klaus Jansen as Finishing Artist
Gregory Wright as Colorist
Starking and Comicraft as Letterers
And Malibu’s Hues as “Computer Colorist”
Then we move on to Amazing Spider-Man #408
Written by Tom DeFalco
Penciled by Mark Bagley
Inked by Larry Mahlstedt
Colored by Bob Sharen
Color Seps by Malibu
Then we conclude with Spider-Man #65
Written by Howard Mackie
Penciled by John Romita Jr. and Tom Morgan
Inked by Al Willamson and Dick Glordano
Lettered by Richard Starkings and Comicraft
Colored by Kevin Tinsley
Color Seps by Mailibu’s Hues
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