13 WEB OF SPIDER-MAN COVERS Just to Make You Feel Good


Let’s just look at some groovy art, shall we?

Dig these 13 COVERS from the early days of Web of Spider-Man, featuring John Byrne, Charles Vess, Mike Zeck and more.


Charles Vess

John Byrne

Bob Layton

Howard Chaykin

Mark Beachum pencils, Joe Rubinstein inks

Possibly Larry Lieber pencils and Vince Colletta inks

Beachum pencils, Art Nichols inks

Beachum and Rubinstein


Beachum pencils, Geof Isherwood inks

Mike Zeck pencils, Bob McLeod inks

Possibly John Romita Sr.



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Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. The black Spidey suit is such an anomaly. I don’t think anyone thought it was permanent, or wanted it to be. But I also don’t remember anyone really HATING it. It is extremely well designed, and cool, and looks great on a cover. The black nature of it lent itself to many different artists’ interpretations as to how to draw it. I think everyone was ok with it being just a temporary thing, but it seems to still be respected for what it was.

    Unlike Blue Superman, for instance, which I think most people could not wait for it to be over.

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