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- ... It's time for the Falcon to Fly!
- -- The Falcon
Appearing in "All That Glitters Is Not Gold!"Edit
- Harrison J. Merriwell (Only Appearance)
- Ramon Grant (First appearance)
- Eddie (Only Appearance)
- Taki (Only Appearance)
Synopsis for "All That Glitters Is Not Gold!"Edit
Alerted of trouble on the street, Spider-Man swings to the rescue and finds that it's his fellow Daily Bugle co-worker in his civilian guise, Glory Grant. After fighting off the thugs, Glory asks Spider-Man to carry one into her apartment, and reveals that he is her cousin. When it appears that Glory's cousin is under some sort of mind control, Spider-Man decides to investigate.
When Glory calls Sam Wilson for help, the Falcon also gets involved. The two learn that the man behind it all is a costumed man named Midas. After getting caught unaware and locked in a cooler, Spider-Man and the Falcon escaped. The two heroes then reveal Midas to be Malcolm Merriwell, who was trying to frame his brother Harrison for the crimes.
- Sequence 1 All That Glitters Is Not Gold!
- Colletta is credited as Vinnie Colletta.
- As noted on page one, this team-up of Spider-Man and the Falcon is a direct result of fan requests from the fanzine F.O.O.M. (Friends of Ole Marvel).
- This issue features a letters page, Mail It To Team-Up. Letters are published from Mark W. Davis, Bob Gibson, and A. Abore. The letters page also features a Series "A" Marvel Value Stamp: Hammerhead as well as a 1/3 page color advertisement for Strange Tales #178.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Marvel Value Stamp Site 
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