Web of Spider-Man #30 [Direct Edition]
(September 1987)

Marvel, 1985 Series
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Volume:
1
Price:
0.75 USD; 0.95 CAD; 0.40 GBP
Pages:
36
Indicia frequency:
monthly
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Brand:
Marvel [black, no background]
Editing:
Jim Salicrup (Editor); Jim Shooter (Editor-in-Chief)
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
Standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock:
Newsprint
Binding:
Saddle-Stitched
Publishing Format:
Was Ongoing Series

The Origin of the Rose-- Revealed! The Man Behind the Mask! (Table of Contents)

Spider-Man / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Steve Geiger (signed)
Inks:
Art Nichols (signed)
Colors:
?
Letters:
Phil Felix

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Rose; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Hobgoblin; Kingpin
Reprints:

The Wages of Sin (Table of Contents)

Spider-Man / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script:
Jim Owsley [as James Owsley]
Pencils:
Steve Geiger
Inks:
Jack Abel; Kyle Baker; Jim Fern; Steve Geiger; Keith Williams
Colors:
George Roussos
Letters:
Rick Parker

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Rose (origin); Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Hobgoblin [Ned Leeds] (flashback, origin); Kingpin; Vanessa Fisk (flashback); Alfredo Morelli; Wolverine (flashback, cameo); Daredevil (flashback, cameo); Captain America (flashback, cameo); Nuke (flashback, cameo); Punisher (flashback, cameo); Jack O'Lantern (flashback, cameo); Silvermane (flashback, cameo); Hammerhead (flashback, cameo)
Synopsis:
Spider-Man is still stunned by the revelation that Ned Leeds was the Hobgoblin; Richard Fisk, in confessing his sins to a priest, relates his origin as the Rose and that of Ned as the Hobgoblin.
Reprints:
Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. The Origin of the Rose-- Revealed! The Man Behind the Mask!
    Spider-Man
  2. 1. The Wages of Sin
    Spider-Man
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