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In the late seventies Len Wein and Marv Wolfman had an idea that publishing had not tried before. Feature popular comic book characters in a series of mass market paperback novels. Oh, other characters had been novelized, usually if they were in a film or TV series, and there had been a Superman novel in 1942 that was loosely tied to the radio series, and a novel about the original character Blue Streak in 1946, and not a lot else. They would hire comic book writers like themselves, mostly, to w...more
This is book #11 in the Marvel Novel Series based on the famous Marvel comic book superheroes. This book features Hulk and Spider-Man and is mostly geared to a young adult audience, although anyone that has been reading Marvel comics would enjoy the book. Although Hulk and Spider-Man do not interact often in the story, the two characters work well together and it is worth the wait to see them together. I found this story one of the better ones that I have read in the series.