7. Howard The Duck
Strange things happened in comics back in the 70s, and this is no different. The mid-70s brought us some of the strangest titles and fowl-est (see what I did there??) characters to ever grace the covers of Marvel. In 1975, Spider-Man swung his way into the premiere issue of Howard the Duck. Although not exactly the focal point of the entire story, Spider-Man made an impact by simply being there. Howard was someone who no one knew about, having briefly appeared before this issue, but Spider-Man? Everyone knew who he was. And although there were always team-ups, this definitely stands out as being the one that had web-head meet web-foot (pun courtesy of writer Steve Gerber). Thanks to Comic Booked’s own Andrew Taylor for reminding us of this one!
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Kelly Cassidy / About Author
Kelly Cassidy has been collecting comics for around 30 years and can actually list the first comic he bought with his own money. By day, he works as a technology manager and community leader in web technologies, presenting at web conferences around Canada. By night, he struggles to actually create the list of comics he owns as he keeps adding more to his collection. He also struggles with talking in third person.
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