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Sal Buscema: Spectacular Spider-man #200 page 7 (Death of Harry Osborn). Green Goblin kidnaps MaryJane

Artists: Sal Buscema (Penciller) ,  Sal Buscema (Inker)

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Sal Buscema: Spectacular Spider-man #200 page 7 (Death of Harry Osborn). Green Goblin kidnaps MaryJane Comic Art

 

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Title: Sal Buscema: Spectacular Spider-man #200 page 7 (Death of Harry Osborn). Green Goblin kidnaps MaryJane
Artist: Sal Buscema (Penciller)
Artist: Sal Buscema (Inker)
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
For Sale Status: NFS
Views: 2,600
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Comments: 11
Added to Site: 9/20/2014
Comic Art Archive: The Spectacular Spider-Man
Issue: 200   Page: 7

Description

Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 1 # 200 Page 7 (published page 9). May, 1993

Appearing in "Best of Enemies"

Editor-In-Chief...................... Tom DeFalco
Cover Artist........................... Sal Buscema
Writers................................. J.M. DeMatteis
Pencillers.............................. Sal Buscema
Inker....................... .............. Sal Buscema
Colourists............................. Bob Sharen
Letterers............................... Joe Rosen
Editors.................................. Rob Tokar
............................................. Danny Fingeroth

The story between the stories (dramatic, intense and agonizing), the protagonist against his greatest enemy, the two poles that they end up still wanting to be avoided. Remember Batman: The Killing Joke, except for one crucial difference: After this story and nothing would be the same. It would be one or the other, something definitive, but never both. This is a fabric woven over low heat for J.M. DeMatties that ends with Harry Osborn insane and become a bipolar state unstoppable threat. The task graph of Sal Buscema, with the domain composition, its increasingly sharp line and staff, how to accentuate every gesture and feeling in those characters whose fate seems to be irrevocably marked, is simply outstanding.

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COMMENTS:
With more than fifty years behind him, the character Spider-Man has enjoyed great stories recorded by all. Among other things "The death of Gwen Stacy", "How green was my Goblin or "Kraven's last hunt", to name a few. The latter, is the work by the incredible J.M. DeMatteis, that was the writer in the arachnid series over many years... There are many stories that stood out for their quality: the Last Hunt itself, the remembered "Death of Aunt May", "The Lost Years" or little unjustly little recorded "The child you carry inside". But there is another story that stood out for its importance at the same time as its immense quality: The Death of Harry Osborn.
It was the beginning of the nineties when they decided to kill Peter Parker's best friend. And who better than DeMatteis to do it? The writer always stood out for his deep and psychological stories. The story was full of personality, hardness and paranoia, lands in which the DeMatteis moved like fish in the water. The readers find one of the best stories ever told (possibly one of the 10 best of the character), an exciting comic, able to bring tears to the hardest fan. DeMatteis was lucky enough to have the great Sal Buscema by his side. The artist did one of his best works, proving that he is one of the best storytellers on the American scene. Buscema (who is one of the artists that most comics has drawn with Spider-Man) perfectly captured the script of DeMatteis. Such was the quality of his work, that DeMatteis decided not to put texts to the last pages, ... Buscema's work spoke for itself.
On this page you will find a clear example of Sal Buscema's work. The Goblin takes MJ to the Brooklyn Bridge. He tells her he's not going to hurt her. He claims Peter set up Norman when Gwen Stacy died. Harry shows serious disturbances, as the simple mention of his father ticks him off. He promises never to hurt MJ and Aunt May, no matter what. She asks him to take her home.

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Michael Kenyon wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Another great page from this spectacular issue. Great foreboding shot of Gobby's approach to the bridge , not to mention Osborne peeling off that mask to reveal a confused and degenerating Harry. Really effective art by our pal Sal Buscema.
Posted on 9/20/2014


Jep Soto wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Un valor seguro el gran Sal Buscema. Enhorabuena!!!
Posted on 9/20/2014


Ambros Carrion wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Otro fantástico AS en tu baraja de originales. ¡Felicidades!
Posted on 9/20/2014


Horacio Alvarez wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Recuerdo esta página perfectamente de mi infancia..... un paginon si señor ¡¡¡¡
Posted on 9/20/2014


Stanton  Singh wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Great Goblin page!!
Posted on 9/20/2014


K Gearon wrote: Paid Member    [ Quote & Reply ]
Very cool page. I remember this book distinctly. Love the crazed Goblin image then concerned/confused Harry right after. Congrats on acquiring this nice example!
Posted on 9/21/2014


Israel Collado Sanchez wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Otra pagina clasica que todos conocemos, grandisima adquisicion. Enhorabuena.
Posted on 9/21/2014


Mario Losada wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Primero Horacio y ahora tú. Paginón de los gordos. Congratulations
Posted on 9/21/2014


Jesús Ruiz wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Tus originales de Spiderman van en aumento y este es uno de los grandes. ¡Enhorabuena Toni!
Posted on 9/22/2014


Santi  Ferrer wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Una perla mas,en tu fantastica cole,enhorabuena ¡¡¡
Posted on 9/25/2014


L. F. Antelo wrote:     [ Quote & Reply ]
Impresionante, y uno de los más dramáticos hitos de la historia del trepamuros. Dificilmente puede haber una página más representativa. ¡Enhorabuena!
Posted on 2/6/2016


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