Spectacular Spider-Man #147 Feb 1989 Vol 1) front coverSpectacular Spider-Man #147 Feb 1989 Vol 1) back cover & spineSpectacular Spider-Man #147 Feb 1989 Vol 1) first inside story page and art

Spectacular Spider-Man #147 (Feb 1989 Vol 1) (Comic)


£8.00

(First Brief Appearance of New Hobgoblin)

Very Fine condition used comic
(Comic Grade: Very Fine VFN 8.0)
This grade item is complete and readable,
but with slight signs of age and wear.

Published in 1989 by Marvel Comics, USA.
Writer: Gerry Conway.
Cover Artist: Sal Buscema.
Pencils by Sal Buscema. Inks by Sal Buscema.
Colours: Bob Sharen.
Approx dims: 260mm h x 170mm w x 3mm d.

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Spectacular Spider-Man #147 Feb 1989 Vol 1)

(First Brief Appearance of New Hobgoblin)

Condition and Description:

Very Fine condition used comic (Comic Grade: Very Fine VFN 8.0)
This grade item is complete and readable, but with slight signs of age and wear.

Published in 1989 by Marvel Comics, USA.
Writer: Gerry Conway.
Cover Artist: Sal Buscema.
Pencils by Sal Buscema. Inks by Sal Buscema. Colours: Bob Sharen.
Approx dims: 260mm h x 170mm w x 3mm d.

Very Fine condition covers and spine, good colours, with slight creasing along edges of front and back cover and slight signs of handling. Intact spine with slight creasing along spine. Intact staples. 32 clean slightly tanned pages of colour illustrations with English text and some advertisements. No inscriptions. Some slight signs of handling to some inside pages. Page ends slightly tanned. Image shown is of actual comic for sale.

Synopsis of Spectacular Spider-Man #147 Feb 1989 Vol 1):

Synopsis of ‘When the Bugle Blows’: Following his defeat at the hands of Spider-Man and the Green Goblin, the Hobgoblin flies around the inferno that is New York City lamenting about his recent defeat. He is furious that he has been prevented from obtaining the Goblin Formula to enhance his strength, believing it his right as the Hobgoblin. Suddenly, the Hobgoblin is ambushed by a horde of demons, who aren’t fooled by the Hobgoblin’s costume. Not in the mood for a battle, the Hobgoblin slays the demons. He could care less about the demon invasion plaguing New York, however, their comments about being “dressed like a demon” has given him an idea.