Amazing Spider-Man 46 NM Straczynski John Romita Jr 1st Shathra Dr Strange


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Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) #46

Published Dec 2002 by Marvel.

Cover by Frank Cho. “Unnatural Enemies,” script by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Taking inventory of his crummy life, Peter tries to get some sleep; He only succeeds when Dr. Strange induces sleep in order to talk to Spider-Man in his dreams; He warns Spidey that he made himself noticeable to mystical predators by leaving the path in the astral plane when he tackled Shade, then refers him to page 73 of his etymology book; Peter wakes and checks the book, finding an entry on the spider-wasp; Several days later, a spider-wasp-like creature calling herself Shathra attacks Spidey; She wants to toy with him before killing him but Spidey manages to get away, ducking into a subway station and maneuvering Shathra into being hit by a train; Before she is struck, she utters the name “Parker” and Spidey realizes she knows his secret; Later, playing a new game, Shathra takes human form, goes to the Daily Bugle, and tells them she and Spider-Man were lovers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

Key Facts
1st appearance of Shathra, a Spider-Wasp from the astral plane

Near mint, 1st print. Bag&Board, Been sitting boxed for 30+ years, one owner!