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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963-98; 2003-13) #183
CGC NM/M: 9.8
(Stock Image)
SOLD ON:  Tuesday, 08/02/2022 7:55 PM
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PUBLISHER: Marvel
COMMENTS: ow/white pgs
Big wheel keep on toinin' Proud Mary keep on boinin'; COMIC BOOK IMPACT rating of 5 (CBI)
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ow/white pgs
Big wheel keep on toinin' Proud Mary keep on boinin'; COMIC BOOK IMPACT rating of 5 (CBI)
Highest Graded
"...And Where the Big Wheel Stops, Nobody Knows!" Part 2 of 2. Script by Marv Wolfman. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Bob McLeod. Cover by Ross Andru and Ernie Chan. The Rocket Racer's extortion plan falls apart when the man he's blackmailing turns to the Terrible Tinkerer for help! And thanks to the old man's tinkering...the Big Wheel (aka Jackson Wheele) is born! The next day when the Big Wheel locates the Rocket Racer and the web-slinger (already fighting one another), the three-way battle begins! After the not-so-titanic tussle is over, Mary Jane finds Peter and gives him her answer. Perhaps someday she will change her mind. Cameo appearances by the Tinkerer, Toy, and Flash Thompson


Artists Information

Ross Andru was an American comics artist and editor. He is best known for his work on The Amazing Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and The Metal Men, and for having co-created The Punisher. During Andru's long career he also worked on Sgt. Rock, the Suicide Squad features in the Brave and the Bold, Rip Hunter, Time Master and Sea Devils at DC. At Marvel Andru contributed to Marvel Feature (where he drew the 1st appearance of The Defenders) and Marvel Team-Up among others.

Ernesto "Ernie" Chan born and sometimes credited as Ernie Chua, was a Chinese-American comics artist, known for work published by Marvel Comics and DC Comics, including many Marvel issues of series featuring Conan the Barbarian. Chan also had a long tenure on Batman and Detective Comics. Other than his work on Batman, Chan primarily focused on non-superhero characters, staying mostly in the genres of horror, war, and sword and sorcery.