Quote1 Ta-Taa! No applause folks -- Just throw money! Quote2
-- The Amazing Spider-Man

Appearing in "Night of the Griffin"Edit

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Synopsis for "Night of the Griffin"Edit

While web-slinging through the city in the rain, Spider-Man suddenly sees a man falling out of the sky. In saving him, the two are plunged into the harbor where they are pulled out by the Beast. They learn that the man who they rescued is a scientist was responsible for turning John Horton into the Griffin, a mutate which Beast battled before. Explaining how the Griffin broke out of prison to get revenge on the scientist for turning him into a monster. With his explanation finished, the scientist dies in Spider-Man's arms. The Beast and Spider-Man then decide to work together to bring the Griffin into custody.

They are soon attacked by the Griffin himself, and their battle takes them across the city to the George Washington Bridge where the two heroes work together to defeat the Griffin. With the villain knocked unconscious, but at the cost of holding up traffic on the bridge. When a rich woman complains to the arriving police about how Spider-Man and the Beast made her wait in traffic for 15 minutes, Spider-Man webs her feet to the pavement before leaving.

  • Cover art: the image cover logo of the Beast is recycled art from the cover of Avengers #137.
  • Sequence 1 Night of the Griffin
  • Inks: backgrounds by Hunt (uncredited).
  • Letters (story pages): Saladino (uncredited) page 1, Mantlo pages 2-18.
  • More details are given this issue on the origin of The Griffin. He first and last appeared in Amazing Adventures #15. His next appearance will be in Champions #7.
  • No letters page is published this issue.

  • No trivia.

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