- Danger is my middle name. I have it monogrammed on all of my towels.
Appearing in "Dinosaurs on Broadway!"Edit
- Stegron (Vincent Stegron)
- Prince Rey (Behind the scenes)
- Keeper of the Flame (Behind the scenes)
- Tyrannus (Behind the scenes)
- Curt Connors
- Ka-Zar (Only in flashback)
- Zabu (Only in flashback)
- Swamp Men (Only in flashback)
- Emma (Only Appearance)
- Cora (Only Appearance)
- New York policemen
- New York City
- Savage Land (Only in flashback)
- Avengers Quinjet
- "Flying Ark"
Synopsis for "Dinosaurs on Broadway!"Edit
Continued from last issue.... Hitching a ride aboard Stegron's airship full of Dinosaurs, Spider-Man is shocked to learn the destination is New York City. He tries to stop Stegron but is batted off his ship, but rescued by the arriving Black Panther, who was alerted of the coming ship by Jarvis at Avengers Mansion.
While Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Curt Connors work together to find a way to reverse Stegron's mutation, Stegron and his army of Dinosaurs attack the city. And as Mary Jane searches for Peter Parker, Spider-Man and the Black Panther fight off the Dinosaur hordes. Spider-Man manages to save Mary Jane from sudden death.
Fighting off the Dinosaurs, the heroes force Stegron to retreat on a Pterodactyl, however Spider-Man tags along. However, during the fight, Stegron is knocked off the Dinosaur and seemingly drowns in Jamaica Bay.
- This issue contains a letters page, Mail It to Team-Up. Letters are published from John Padilla, Vernon Lowe, David Braunstein, and Mathew Brill
- The letters page also contains a Series "A" Marvel Value Stamp #25 The Human Torch. Also included in the letters page is a 1/3 page ad for Amazing Spider-Man #131.
- This comic is worth perusing to see dinosaurs rampage over all of the major parts of New York City. Spider-Man webbing a pterodactyl (sp) to the Statue of Liberty's Torch is also worth noting.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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