For your consideration, we have a copy of Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man 1965. This is issue number 28 which received a grading of 5.0 from CGC.
As the school year ends, Peter Parker and Flash Thompson are simultaneously getting the cold shoulder from Liz Allan without explanation. Peter pays a visit to Spencer Smythe, creator of the robot. The robot grabs Peter but eventually he talks his way out of it, and quickly exchanges Spider-Man outfits to get his real one back. Eventually, he notices a commotion between Smythe and Mark Raxton over a liquid metal alloy. A greedy and impatient Raxton intends to sell it. Smythe fights back saying more testing needs to be done. As Peter goes to help, the robot grabs him. He watches as Smythe is struck down and the jar of liquid metal alloy spills onto Raxton.
Raxton leaves for a hospital and is almost hit by a car. When he lashes out, he realizes his strength and decides on a life of crime. Spider-Man confronts Raxton and begins to battle him, taking extremely hard blows due to Raxton’s new body of metal. Spider-Man knocks the lights out, ties up Raxton’s hands and feet with super-thick webbing and leaves him for the police. Peter Parker attends his graduation and unfortunately J. Jonah Jameson is the guest speaker.
After a tedious speech, Peter decides to catch up with Liz Allan, meanwhile, Jameson butters up Aunt May to retain Parker’s photographic skills. Liz professes her feelings to Peter and says she feels she has been seen as a ditzy blonde and that she’d never have a chance with Betty or Mary Jane around. Liz says it’s finally time for that part of her to graduate and leave behind, quickly leaving before Peter can say a thing.
No collection is complete without Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man 1965 issue #28!