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Here is the latest cool comic book moment in our year-long look at one cool comic book moment a day (in no particular order whatsoever)! Here‘s the archive of the moments posted so far!
Okay, now that I’ve gotten past the other stuff, now I can finally use the Spider-Man moment I wanted to get to from this storyline!
Okay, so to set the scene, Gwen Stacy is now dead, so is the man who killed her. Peter Parker came pretty darn close to killing Norman Osborn over it, so he’s feeling pretty darn crummy right now.
Mary Jane Watson, friend of Peter and Gwen’s, comes by to console him and we get the following nifty scene, which was a major part in the development of the relationship of Peter and Mary Jane as well as the maturation of Mary Jane’s character.
By Gerry Conway and Gil Kane, from Amazing Spider-Man #122…
What a well written scene by Conway, and a really dramatic way to end the whole storyline with a LITTLE bit of hope.
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