Spider-Man No More!
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|"Spider-Man No More!"|
|Publication date||July 1967|
|Title(s)||The Amazing Spider-Man #50|
|Penciller(s)||John Romita, Sr.|
|Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3||ISBN 0-7851-1864-0|
|This section requires expansion. (December 2008)|
Peter Parker attempts to give up his life as Spider-Man, but finds out that he is unable to let it go.
In other media
- "Spider-Man No More" was adapted in the series finale of Spider-Man: The New Animated Series. In this version, Peter Parker gives up being Spider-Man after he is tricked by the Gaines Twins into hurting Indy, Peter's potential love interest.
- This storyline is heavily used in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 due to the fact that throughout the film, Peter spends his days wondering if he can have a life as Spider-Man and yet live a personal life. And most noticeable after Gwen's death caused by Harry Osborn (as the Green Goblin), Peter gives up being a hero for 5 months during his mourning.
In popular culture
- In The Simpsons episode "Husbands and Knives", Comic Book Guy's going-out-of-business sign is based on the cover of "Spider-Man No More!".
- The cover's layout is often used to mark important storyline changes in comics.
- Stella Papamichael (November 26, 2004). "Spider-Man 2 DVD (2004)". Movies. BBC. Retrieved 2014-03-13.
- The Amazing Spider-Man #50 at the Comic Book DB