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Amazing Spider-Man #99, Page 20

Artists: Gil Kane (Penciller) ,  Frank Giacoia (Inker)

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Amazing Spider-Man #99, Page 20 Comic Art
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Title: Amazing Spider-Man #99, Page 20
Artist: Gil Kane (Penciller)
Artist: Frank Giacoia (Inker)
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
For Sale Status: NFS
Views: 3,853
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Comments: 32
Added to Site: 4/6/2015
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I'm thrilled to join the ranks of those who have obtained a piece from the first comic they ever collected!

In 1971, I purchased issues #99 and #100 of the Amazing Spider-Man from the local drugstore. Ever hear a clerk say "This isn't a library!"?, I have. Anyway, this small purchase led to 30 wonderful years of collecting comics. I sold my comics recently, but, my love for the medium has never waned.

In 1997, when I first started getting serious about collecting original art, my immediate goal was an original from ASM #99. I never thought that I would accomplish this, but, (remove long, meandering, boring story here), I did and it only took 18 years!

Recently, I completed a deal with Mike Burkey, for the very last page to that very first comic that I collected. I think that last pages, in and of themselves, are pretty cool, but, I'm also excited that this page ties into the next anniversary issue. It's almost as good as having a page from both issues!

This is as good as it gets for me. Game over. I'm taking my toys and going home!


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George O 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 4/6/2015

very nice gwen.

Gene Park 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 4/6/2015

For me, the Peter/Gwen pages are more memorable than 99% of battle pages from the series. Congrats!

Foggy Bottom 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 4/6/2015


Matt W 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 4/6/2015

Fantastic page! What a thrill it must be to own a page from your first comic.

Mark Howland 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 4/6/2015

With regard to your post, pimp on!! Love it!

Member Since 2007

Posted on 4/6/2015

Congrats Jeff on a great page and one with special meaning for you!

Filmore W. Bedwick 
Member Since 2003

Posted on 4/6/2015

Congratulations on an Amazing First Page!!!! Exquisite!

frank x townsondecker 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 4/6/2015


John Livesay 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 4/6/2015

very nice!

Ron Sonenthal 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 4/6/2015


Al Simpleton 
Member Since 2013

Posted on 4/6/2015

Like a taste of paradise lost... Congrats!

Thomas Vanderstappen 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 4/6/2015


Mike W 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 4/6/2015

I'm very, very happy for you, Jeff. To obtain a page from the first comic you ever read is special indeed. And a Kane Spidey page with Gwen to boot!!!!!!! Priceless!!!!!!

Lee Benaka 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 4/6/2015

Who says there are no happy endings for Peter Parker? This is a great page with a great personal story to go with it. Big congrats Jeff!

J L 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 4/7/2015

Congratulations on finding a page from your very first comic!!!! I have to echo Gene's sentiment that the Gwen Stacy character pages with Peter is often times even better than the best battle pages. Fantastic page!!!!

Eric Seffinga 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 4/7/2015

Great page. Even better, it found it's way to you. Congrats.

Michael  Mikulovsky 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 4/7/2015

AWESOME! Congrads! This was the begining of a epic Spidey arc! Just a beautiful page!

Drake Tungsten 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 4/7/2015

It's true that every time a comic art collector acquires a long sought grail, you hear a bell, and an angel gets his wings. Congrats, Jeff!

Don Raskin 
Member Since 2010

Posted on 4/7/2015

The interaction of Peter Parker and Gwen made the Spider Man series for me. Perfectly penciled by Kane, this page is pure nostalgia.

Jeremy Radisich 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 4/7/2015

Love to hear these collecting stories--congrats! A great character and story page--poor Gwen, only about two years left for her at this point...

jeff ratzer 
Member Since 2010

Posted on 4/8/2015

Jeff You did it!!!! Congrats. I know how much this means to you, and it is an awesome page

Alex B 
Member Since 2008

Posted on 4/12/2015

What a stunning page ! Congrats for this beautiful piece of Marvel history !

steve  roden 
Member Since 2011

Posted on 4/14/2015

huge congrats... always nice to see a page going to its rightful home!!!!! (plus the art aint too bad either!!!!!!!)

P T 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 5/9/2015

Wow Awesome page!

X C 
Member Since 2010

Posted on 9/25/2015


comicinkking. com 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 11/19/2015

Dreams really do come true! Congrats!!

kelly b 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/4/2016


Dietmar Krueger 
Member Since 2010

Posted on 1/25/2017

Fantastic when a long-awaited wish is fulfilled!!!

john kalisz 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 3/15/2017

This is a great story, good for you! Wonderful page.

S Riz 
Member Since 2014

Posted on 6/12/2017

Awesome story. Glad to hear a true Spidey fan track down some art.

Steven Payne 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 3/11/2018

That is great! Terrific story. Glad you got a page from your first comic. There is something special to getting pages from either your first or favorite comic. Happy you were able to achieve that goal!

Marc Pecorella 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 3/27/2018

Jeff> Congrats! And I agree 100% about the last page theory that you stated. The most memorable panel in all my collecting is the last panel from the last page in the Vampirella 28 story. It is a cliffhanger which leads to the next issue. It was the second magazine from that series that I bought off the stands, and kept me on edge for nearly a month to find out what happens next. I still remember looking in the store thru the window and seeing the cover of the next issue that month after. The store was closed and I couldn't wait the next day to grab that copy!!! Your story IS what collecting should be all about....

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