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Web of Spider-Man 6, September 1985, cover

© Marvel Comics


Editor-in-chief: Jim Shooter
Assistant editors: Jim Owsley, Keith Williams
Penciller: John Byrne
Inker: John Byrne
Letterer: Phil Felix
Colorist: Bob Sharen?

Web of Spider-Man 6 forms part of the huge Secret Wars II crossover. Multi-issue crossover stories were very popular in the 1980s, sometimes involving all of a publisher's super-hero titles for months at a time. The Beyonder, a nearly omnipotent, cosmic character inexplicably clad in a white leisure suit, first appeared in the Marvel-Super-Heroes Secret Wars crossover and was a main character in the Secret Wars II sequel. In this story, "Gold Rush!", the Beyonder turns an entire office building into gold. Because gold is a very dense but rather weak metal, the building buckles and collapses under its won weight.  Spider-Man, caught in the aftermath, takes a gold notebook for himself. The story continues in The Amazing Spider-Man 268, and the two covers taken together form a larger image.


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