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What If? #58: The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man (Vol 2: 1994 One-Shot) Comic


£25.00

Very Fine + condition used comic
(Comic Grade: Very Fine +/ VFN+)

Published Feb 1994 First Printing by Marvel Comics.
Writer: Chuck Dixon.
Cover Art: Gordon Purcell; Andrew Pepoy.
Art: Gordon Purcell; Andrew Pepoy.
Colours: Bob Sharen.
Letters: Janice Chiang.
Approx comic dims: 260mm h x 170mm w x 2mm d.

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What If? The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man #58 (Vol 2: 1994 One-Shot)

Condition and Description:

Very Fine + condition used comic (Comic Grade: Very Fine +/ VFN+)

Published Feb 1994 First Printing by Marvel Comics, USA.
Writer: Chuck Dixon.
Cover Art: Gordon Purcell; Andrew Pepoy.
Art: Gordon Purcell; Andrew Pepoy.
Colours: Bob Sharen.
Letters: Janice Chiang.
Approx comic dims: 260mm h x 170mm w x 2mm d.

Very Fine + condition covers and spine, good colours, with creasing to edges and slight signs of handling. Intact spine with slight creasing and rubbing along spine. Intact staples. Approx 30 clean inside pages of colour illustrations with English text. No inscriptions. This comic has been read carefully once, then bagged and boarded. Image shown is of actual comic for sale.

Synopsis of What If? The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man #58:

As in the mainstream comics his first attempt to kill Spider-Man ended in failure. However, it did give Punisher insight on his enemies’ spider sense. Using this information he makes a decoy Dr. Octopus and fills it with thirty pounds of plastic explosives. In this storyline Spider-Man is unable to escape the explosion and is killed. Learning that Spider-Man is just a college boy, Punisher realises that he was used and goes out for revenge.

For other comic crossover storylines see our Marvel Crossovers section.