Amazing Spider-Man No. 101 Cover by Kane and Romita

How do you top giving Spider-Man four extra arms in a last-page reveal of Amazing Spider-Man No. 100?

You put Spidey up against a brand-new character once again acceptable due to changes in The Comics Code: Morbius the Living Vampire! And for good measure you add The Lizard trapped somewhere between his monstrous persona and his human form of Dr. Curt Connors.

Roy Thomas’ first issue on ASM did not disappoint. Fast-paced and intelligently written, the story suited Gil Kane’s dynamic pencilling style. The cover was also powerful, with John Romita’s slick inking finishing it off.

New colour and packaging by me.


Amazing Spider-Man 101 by Marvel Comics

As published.

Amazing Spider-Man 100 and 102 by Marvel Comics

The other two issues in the trilogy.

Amazing Spider-Man 101 cover by Gil Kane and John Romita

Original art by Gil Kane and John Romita. Scan from Gil Kane’s The Amazing Spider-Man Artist’s Edition.

Comic book production art by Scott Dutton

Made production ready. Trade dress removed and missing art bits drawn in.

Comic book colouring by Scott Dutton

New colour version.

Comic book design and packaging by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.


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