The wise one answers all your Spider-Questions.
I've just recently started collecting Spidey, and noticed in my copy of ASM #200 that Stan Lee apparently drew one of the pages. Not having the back-issue with the answer printed in it (although having my own suspicions) I'm quite curious as to which one it was, and would be very grateful if you could answer this for me.
Thanks for any help you can give,
According to THE OFFICIAL HANDBOOK FOR THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9, Stan Lee wrote the 1-page epilogue.
I have a print that I purchased back in 1995 titled Spiderman vs. Green Goblin. The overall size of the print is large, heavy paper stock and the tops and bottoms featured deckled edges (rough - like torn). The listed artists are John Romita and Alex Ross and both have autographed the print. In the lower right hand corner is stamped or imprinted Marvel Limited with a copyright date of 1995.
The reason for this e-mail is I'm trying to track down some information about this print and it's series (I've found a Perez Avengers similar in nature to this one). I purchased this piece at a liquidation sale of a comic shop that had filled for bankruptcy. Any information that you might have would be greatly appreciated.
Oooohh. I'm not one to ask about collectable prints and whatnot. Ask me something easier, like: "What's Pete & MJ's song?".
(What! The Spider-Oracle, stumped? Perhaps he is, after all, a mere mortal!) - Ed.