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contiene inoltre : AVENGERS / I VENDICATORI e X-MEN



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 # 205
Il segreto della Gatta Nera   In Love And War
David Michelinie (script) / Keith Pollard (art) / Jim Mooney (inks)
Ragno si ritrova nuovamente ad affrontare la Gatta Nera, la seducente
ladra che si aggira di notte nei musei di Manhattan compiendo una serie
di furti di opere preziose legate al tema dell’amore. Durante un ultimo
combattimento, la donna riesce a portare via l’oggetto desiderato ma
l’Uomo Ragno, grazie a un ragno spia prontamente applicato sul corpo
della donna, la sorprende nel suo covo, scoprendo che la Gatta Nera ha
rubato questi oggetti con il solo scopo di dimostrargli il suo amore.
Compreso che la ragazza ha dei problemi psicologici (probabilmente
dovuti alla morte del padre), il nostro eroe la convince a consegnarsi a
una clinica psichiatrica.

18 pagine

protagonisti: Spider-Man, Barney Bushkin, Black Cat

da Amazing Spider-Man vol 1 # 205, Marvel Comics – USA (Giu 1980)

Avengers vol 1 # 182
Onora il padre 2ª parte   Honor Thy Father
David Michelinie (script) / John Byrne (art) / Klaus Janson (inks)
5 pagine

da Avengers vol 1 # 182, Marvel Comics – USA (Apr 1979)

Uncanny X-Men vol 1 # 115
Visioni di morte 1ª parte    Visions Of Death
Chris Claremont (script) / John Byrne (script) / John Byrne (art) / Terry Austin (inks)
8 pagine

da Uncanny X-Men vol 1 # 115, Marvel Comics – USA (Nov 1978)

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It is 6:03 a.m. A cold winter breeze blows at Spider-Man through the
window he broke to get into the Hendricks Museum of Musical History in
lower Manhattan. All night long he has maintained a vigil, waiting for
the Black Cat to strike. A museum guard patrols in the gallery below.
Spider-Man now knows that the Black Cat did not drown after she fell
from the cliff when they battled near her home. She has returned to a
life of crime and for some reason, she has been stealing artifacts
associated with romance. When the Hendricks Museum announced the display
of a one-of-a-kind wax recording of Enrico Caruso singing a love aria,
Spider-Man knew it would be her next target. But now it is almost dawn,
and she has not appeared. Spider-Man drops from his vantage point and
lands on the floor in front of the two guards. They draw their guns, but
he web-swings up to the ceiling, and after firing a few rounds, the
guards realize they cannot shoot him for fear of destroying valuable
exhibits. Spider-Man leaves the museum and heads for his apartment for a
shower and coffee before going to classes. When Peter Parker arrives at
Empire State University’s Science Building, half an hour later, he
meets Steve Hopkins and Dawn Starr.

Dawn again tries to pressure Peter into a love affair, but Peter
insists that it is not ethical for an instructor to date a student. When
Dawn throws her arms around him and kisses him, however, he begins to
reconsider. Dawn then invites him to picnic with her on Sunday, the day
after tomorrow and Steve congratulates Peter on his new girlfriend. 

Read online The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) comic - Issue #205 - 5

night, Spider-Man again web-swings to the Hendricks Museum. He
discovers that the window he broke is boarded up, but his spider-sense
begins to tingle. Smashing through the boarded-up window, Spider-Man
finds the Black Cat stealing the Caruso recording. The guards, Bud and
Lou, are tied up on the floor in front of an antique steam organ. 

Spider-Man tries to capture the Cat, his web-shooters jam. He and she
begin to battle, but suddenly the organ breaks loose from the wall and
starts to tip over onto the helpless guards. Apparently, the Black Cat’s
“bad luck” power is at work. Spider-Man is forced to let go of the Cat
to keep the heavy instrument from crushing the guards. He holds it up
and orders them to roll out from under it. Then he somersaults away and
the organ crashes to the floor. As Spider-Man unties the guards, they
apologize for shooting at him the night before. 

Unfortunately, the Black
Cat has made a clean escape with the recording, so Spider-Man, weary,
web-swings across town to his apartment. The next day, Peter arrives at
Barney Bushkin’s Daily Globe office. Bushkin motions Peter inside and
introduces him to the paper’s society editor, Pamela Dean, who is
telling Bushkin that Lazlo Bellflower, an erotic-art collector, has
recently returned from an extensive European buying tour.

Bellflower has the largest collection of romantic artifacts in
the world, she continues, and it would make a good story. Peter requests
the photography assignment for that story, and Bushkin agrees. Then
Peter takes a bus to Empire State University. 

When Peter opens the door
to his office, he sees a woman rummaging through his files. After
quickly changing into his Spider-Man costume, he confronts her, thinking
she might be the Black Cat. But she turns out instead to be Dawn Starr. 

When Spider-Man asks what she is doing, she replies that she has a date
with Peter Parker, and Steve Hopkins let her in so she could wait for
him. But Spider-Man knows that her date is not for that evening, and he
accuses her of lying. It becomes clear that Dawn broke into the filing
cabinet looking for science exam forms. Spider-Man realizes that that is
all Dawn ever wanted from Peter all along, and he orders her to leave.
She departs in tears, and Spider-Man rues another love affair gone sour. 

Later that evening, Felicia Hardy appears at the East Side estate of
Lazlo Bellflower. She tells him that she has three valuable romantic
artifacts to trade for the Helen Epistle, the only known love letter
written to Paris by Helen of Troy. Felicia hands Bellflower the Rajah
Ruby, the Golden Lovers statue, and the Caruso recording, and Bellflower
gives her the letter.

As he pours them drinks to seal the bargain, Felicia asks whether
he would mind if she slipped into something more comfortable.
Bellflower eagerly agrees, but then he finds himself facing the Black
Cat in costume. Pointing a pistol at him, she tells him she wants all
four artifacts for herself. When Peter arrives at the gate of the
Bellflower estate, the guard turns him away, but Peter’s spider-sense
tingles and he deduces that the Black Cat is already inside. 

Spider-Man leaps the fence, the guards send a pair of dogs after him.
The guards open fire, but Spider-Man web-swings out of reach onto the
roof of Bellflower’s mansion.

Surprised to find a swimming pool on the
roof, Spider-Man enters Bellflower’s private elevator and he finds the
Black Cat just as she is packing up her treasures. She vaults up to a
chandelier and swings directly into Spider-Man with both feet. 

As they
battle, the chandelier suddenly snaps and falls. Fortunately, Spider-Man
leaps out of the way, but by the time he recovers, the Black Cat has
escaped through the window. Bellflower is annoyed that his chandelier is
destroyed and threatens to sue. Spider-Man departs with a promise to
Bellflower to recover the artifacts.

Tracking a spider-tracer that he planted on the Black Cat during
their fight, Spider-Man follows her to her studio apartment. Through the
skylight, he sees her admiring her booty. He crashes through the
skylight and tells her that he has come to retrieve the stolen items.
But surprisingly, the Cat says she will not stop him, because she stole
them for him. Then she shows Spider-Man around her apartment, which is
decorated with photographs and posters of him. 

She explains that when
she returned after their first battle, after her father’s death, her
mother made her promise to obtain professional help to stop living a
life of crime. She decided that there could be no better professional
help than Spider-Man, on whom she already had a crush. She stole the
artifacts to symbolize what he means to her, she continues. As the Black
Cat embraces Spider-Man, he reflects that her father’s death must have
shattered her emotional balance. She really needs psychiatric help, he
thinks. Then Spider-Man asks her to do something for him: he says he
knows some doctors, and he would like her to talk with them. He will
see, he continues, that she gets all the help she needs. 


  • Spider-Man recounts his last encounter with the Black Cat, where she seemingly perished trying to escape him. That happened in Amazing Spider-Man #194195 (in Italy in URCSETT # 20-21).


  • The Hendricks Museum security guards Bud and Lou are caricatures of classic comedians Abbott and Costello, including their traditional line “I’m a baaaad boy” (also styled “I’ve been a bad boy” in their movies).

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Continued from last issue…

Read online The Avengers (1963) comic - Issue #182 - 14

Django have created a powerful illusion transforming the room into a vast, outer space void. And in this fantasy world, he conjures three adversaries — Toad, Princess Python, and Nighthawk — to combat the team.

The Avengers spring into action but nothing they do seems to affect their foes. Suddenly, from below, a wino bangs on the ceiling, telling them to “keep it down up there!” They realize it is all merely an illusion. By focusing their mental energy, they see through the illusion.

Django grabs the cages and the runestone and bolts out the door. 

But he is stopped in his tracks by a seething-mad Vision gliding up out of the ground before him. 

Django is too frightened to react, but Wanda tells her husband that Django’s power stems from his runestone. By focusing his solar energy through his forehead jewel, Vision incinerates the runestone, breaking the enchantment holding the twins. As the marionettes collapse, Django breaks down in sobs.

Later, in the mansion, Wanda and Pietro are back to normal. They’ve taken pity on Django however, realizing how wounded and lonely he really is. Also, Wanda explains that some of the things Django said have raised questions in the twins’ minds. Wanda asks permission for a leave of absence to accompany Django back to his homeland, Transia.

With the excitement over, the heroes can finally relax…for now. 

Visions of Death!” / VISIONI DI MORTE  (1a parte)

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Trying to absorb life force energy from the X-Man Storm, Karl Lykos has transformed once more into Sauron and now has the mutant weather master his hostage before the X-Men.

Wolverine acts first, lunging at their foe with claws ready only to be struck by the creatures hypnotic powers. Sauron makes Wolverine see the other X-Men as demons, and he starts attacking his comrades. Cyclops is forced to use his optic blast to knock Wolverine out so that they can focus on stopping Sauron.

As the others fight the mutate, Nightcrawler tries to revive Wolverine. Wolverine however is still under the influence of Sauron’s hypnosis and strikes down Nightcrawler. 

Seeing Cyclops blasting Sauron, Wolverine’s warped perceptions sees it as Cyclops attacking  and tries to stop him, only for Cyclops to blast him again. Caught between Cyclops’s optic blast and Banshee’s sonic scream, Sauron is weakened almost to the point where he is about to transform into Lykos again. Attempting to prevent this, Sauron targets Colossus and attempts to absorb life force from him. 

Continued to next issue… 

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