Spider-Man No More!

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"Spider-Man No More!"
Amazing Spider-Man 50.jpg
Cover of The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 1, 50 (Jul, 1967). Art by John Romita, Sr..
Publisher Marvel Comics
Publication date 1967
Title(s) The Amazing Spider-Man #50
Main character(s) Spider-Man
Creative team
Writer(s) Stan Lee
Penciller(s) John Romita, Sr.
Inker(s) Mike Esposito
Letterer(s) Sam Rosen
Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3 ISBN 0-7851-1864-0

"Spider-Man No More!" is a one-issue Spider-Man story written by Stan Lee, with art by John Romita, Sr. Published by Marvel Comics, the story first appears in The Amazing Spider-Man #50.

Plot summary[edit]

Peter Parker attempts to give up his life as Spider-Man, but finds out that he is unable to let it go.

Collected editions[edit]

The story is included in the trade paperback Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3 (ISBN 0785118640).

In other media[edit]

  • "Spider-Man No More!" was used as the main inspiration for the 2004 film Spider-Man 2 with the iconic moment of Peter Parker throwing away his Spider-Man suit recreated for the film.[1]
  • At the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Peter gives up being Spider-Man for five months after the death of Gwen Stacy. Later, after hearing Gwen's graduation speech, Peter gains confidence and becomes Spider-Man once again to fight Rhino.

In popular culture[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Papamichael, Stella (November 26, 2004). "Spider-Man 2 DVD (2004)". Movies. BBC. Retrieved 2014-03-13. 

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