Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus, year one, writer: Zeb Wells ; artist: Kaare Andrews ; color artist: José Villarrubia ; letterer: VC's Dave Sharpe
The work Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus, year one, writer: Zeb Wells ; artist: Kaare Andrews ; color artist: José Villarrubia ; letterer: VC's Dave Sharpe represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Fountaindale Public Library.

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  • UE-KOc90xnU
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  • 2
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  • Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus, year one, writer: Zeb Wells ; artist: Kaare Andrews ; color artist: José Villarrubia ; letterer: VC's Dave Sharpe
Main title
  • Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus
Sub title
  • year one
Responsibility statement
  • writer: Zeb Wells ; artist: Kaare Andrews ; color artist: José Villarrubia ; letterer: VC's Dave Sharpe
Variant title
  • Spider-Man Doctor Octopus, year one
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Every kid thinks they're different. Some of them are. Once he was Otto Octavius- a brilliant but introverted young scientist who built a set of highly advanced robotic arms to help him explore his mind's passion sans physical constraints. But a freak laboratory accident grafted the mechanical tentacles and granted him complete telepathic control over the mechanical limbs.The mishap also altered Octavius' mind: abandoning his hopes to one day further the field of atomic research, he turned instead to a life of crime/ Now, peer behind the curtain to witness the birth of a mad genius! Featuring Doctor Octopus' first encounters with both Peter Parker and Spider-Man, the first appearance of Doc Ock's arms and the true inspiration that led him to build his remarkable appendages - which may have come from a certain web-slinging wall-crawler!"--Back cover
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  • illustrations
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Intended audience
  • T+
Literary form
  • fiction
Nature of contents
  • comics graphic novels
OCLC Number
  • 1079185628
Target audience
  • adult
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