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L' UOMO RAGNO corno N.20 L'UOMO RAGNO E' IMPAZZITO 1971 dottor doctor dr.strange


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Questo numero contiene 2 episodi completi dell’ Uomo Ragno

La tormentosa e stucchevole retorica di impronta psicanalitica imperante nella falsa cultura degli anni sessanta che plagiò Berkeley ed il maggio francese, non risparmiò nemmeno Spider-Man che nel primo racconto di questo numero finisce nelle grinfie di un ciarlatano strizzacervelli molto somigliante a Freud sia nell’aspetto che nel modus operandi (che alla fine si rivelerà essere nientemeno che Mysterio in uno dei suoi più riusciti travestimenti). Nel finale compare per la prima volta il personaggio di MARY JANE WATSON , senza però che ne vengano mostrate le sembianze (nè la faccia nè il sedere)

La seconda storia è invece all’insegna della degenerazione tecnocratica sui dogmi fascisti di sicurezza ed autodifesa in cui il probo cittadino Jameson si fa costruire un diabolico e micidiale macchinario per farsi da solo giustizia sommaria dell’ aborrito arrampicamuri 

Contiene inoltre : DOTTOR STRANGE 



condizioni ECCELLENTI (o anche EDICOLA e/o MAGAZZINO) = si intende un oggetto nuovo e perfetto oppure usato senza difetti e praticamente ancora come nuovo, tenendone per quest’ultimo caso in conto ovviamente la datazione corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 8,5 e 9,8 (non assegniamo punteggi superiori a 9,8 perchè trattasi di tipi ideali a ns avviso più teorici e scolastici che reali e concreti, ogni manufatto umano in natura ha una percentuale insita e congenita seppur infinitesimale di imperfezione)

condizioni OTTIME = oggetto nuovo (o talora anche usato ma maneggiato e conservato con molta cura) in cui non si riscontra alcun difetto rilevante e degno di nota, tutt’al più qualche minimo segno di lettura o di uso corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 7 e 8,5

condizioni BUONISSIME = oggetto usato (ed in taluni casi anche fondo di magazzino soggetto a piccole usure del tempo) con lievi imperfezioni e difetti poco vistosi, generalmente molto marginali ed appena percepibili corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 5,5 e 7

condizioni MOLTO BUONE = oggetto usato con imperfezioni vistose e difetti abbastanza spiccati, pur se non completamente invalidanti (generalmente specificati nel dettaglio alla voce CONDIZIONI nella parte inferiore della descrizione di ogni singolo oggetto) corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 4 e 5,5

condizioni PIU’ CHE BUONE / MEDIOCRI = oggetto usato con imperfezioni e difetti evidenti, smaccati, madornali ed invalidanti, assolutamente non collezionabile tuttavia idoneo per la semplice lettura o documentazione corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale inferiore a 4

per eventuali ulteriori dettagli aggiuntivi e specifici si prega di fare sempre riferimento alla voce CONDIZIONI nella parte inferiore della descrizione di ogni singolo oggetto

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 24

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Peter’s day doesn’t start off well as he breaks up a burglary, but can’t sell pictures since Frederick Foswell spotted Spider-Man but not Peter Parker. While trying to hide from J. Jonah Jameson at The Daily Bugle, he spots a letter from Ned Leeds to Betty Brant. When Peter comments on it, as much as he tries, he comes off as jealous and webslings around the city to keep his mind off of it. As Jameson celebrates his biased poll of those who hate Spider-Man, he gets a visit from Dr. Ludwig Rinehart who tells Jameson that due to a split personality between that of a man and a spider, it’s only a matter of time before Spider-Man breaks down. 

When Peter hears this, he worries he might be going crazy and not know it. 

Spider-Man makes his way to Jameson’s office, and out of nowhere Doctor Octopus comes to attack him but disappears just as quick. This repeats again with Sandman as well as The Vulture and Spider-Man starts doubting his sanity. He worries that he might start attacking innocent people believing they’re criminals so he heads home for rest. When he sees himself in the mirror, he decides not to wait and visits Dr. Rinehart immediately. As he enters the doctor’s house, the entire room is upside down including the furniture, bookshelves, and even the doctor. 

As he runs to another room, it’s also upside down and as Dr. Rinehart starts to consult him, Pete is taken to a room where everything is normal. As the consulting begins, more images of his enemies appear and vanish. 

At The Daily Bugle however, Foswell comes to Jameson with news and Jameson tells the press room to kill the story on Rinehart as Jameson goes out to find him. Jameson enters in just as Spider-Man is ready to confess who he is and confronts Dr. Rinehart of being a fraud. 

As the fraud is revealed, a gunfight ensues, and Spider-Man runs after Dr. Rinehart realizing that the house had been staged with furniture nailed to the ceiling. The mask is pulled off and the doctor is none other than Mysterio. 

Mysterio tells Jameson that due to his editorials he picked the right time for Spider-Man to crack and tells Jameson that had he not have interrupted, Spider-Man would have been finished. 


  • The next time Mysterio takes on the identity of Dr. Ludwig Rinehart is Amazing Spider-Man #193 (in Italy in SETT UR # 19).
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 25

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  • Mary Jane Watson (First appearance) (Face not shown)
  • Green Goblin Next Appearance of Green Goblin(unnamed)
  • Connie, one of Peter Parker’s classmates (second and final known appearance to date)




As Peter goes to sell pictures of a crime to J. Jonah Jameson, an inventor named Smythe comes in with a robot guaranteeing the destruction of Spider-Man. Since Peter needs money bad, he eggs Jameson on to hear out the wacky inventor. 

Smythe shows how his robot instantly shoots out steel tentacles at the hint of a spider’s presence and grabs a hold of Peter much to his surprise. Jameson is given a remote control and they agree to a deal. Betty is furious with Peter for trying to trap Spider-Man, not understanding his true reasons. Peter shows up at school and has Flash Thompson waiting to fight him as he hangs around Liz Allan too much to his liking. As Peter exits school, he sees the robot and begins to run. Flash, thinking he’s running away from a fight runs after Peter. 

Peter turns and fights the robot and tries to put webbing on the robot, but it slides off and avoids its steel tentacles until he can come up with a plan. 

Meanwhile, Liz is concerned for Pete’s safety due to Flash Thompson and Betty is concerned since the robot is attacking Spider-Man and both head to his house. Both are in for a shock as a humble Mary Jane Watson is waiting for Peter Parker to come home. 

Although we can’t see her face, Betty thinks that she looks as beautiful as a movie star. When fighting the robot, Spider-Man is caught by the steel tentacles and can’t escape. 

Both Smythe and Jameson rush off to locate the robot and unmask Spider-Man but Spider-Man undoes the power box so when Jameson goes to unmask him he comes up empty-handed. Peter goes home, happy that he lives another day but is in trouble when Aunt May has discovered his extra Spider-Man outfit and demands an explanation. She accepts it but now Peter Parker has no Spider-Man costume. 


  • This is the first time that Steve Ditko was credited as the plotter for an issue of Amazing Spider-Man.
  • Norman Osborn has a brief, unnamed appearance in this issue as he visits J Jonah Jameson at the Daily Bugle.

Doctor Strange Vol 1 183

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  • Clea (Only in flashback)
  • Wong (Only in flashback)

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One night when Dr. Strange receives a telegram asking for help, he is perplexed to see that it is addressed to “Stephen Sanders”.

Continued to next issue…

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