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Amazing Spider-man #32 (Venomized Green Goblin Variant)

Marvel: September 13, 2017   Writer: Dan Slott   Art: Stuart Immonen   Cover: Francesco Mattina  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608297103221   Diamond ID: JUL171076   GCIN: 977980

Norman Osborn's goblin-free battle with Spidey didn't go the way he had hoped? Now, Osborn needs to find an edge and get the Goblin back, and neither you nor Spidey are ready for the edge he's going to find! Guest artist Greg Smallwood (MOON KNIGHT) joins Dan Slott for this special issue that sets off the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN event of 2018!

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