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    It's such a shame that Marvel killed off Avenging Spider-Man as that could have been used as a platform for up and coming writers to do a Spider-Man stories with their favorite team-up partner. What would had been great to see is more team-up adventures between Spider-Man & Black Widow, as well as Spider-Man & Captain Britain....

    It still amazes me that the characters that had worked with Peter in Marvel Team-Up never appeared in the regular Spider-Man series. I felt that Black Widow, Tigra, Captain Britain, and Jessica Drew would had fit in well in Spider-Man's world in a recurring guest spot.
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    Marvel Team-Up #6 Jan 1973
    Following his battle against the Puppet Master within the Fantastic Four's Baxter Building, Spider-Man is startled by the sudden arrival of the Thing
    who has returned home with his girlfriend Alicia Masters. The Thing demands to know why Spider-Man is in his headquarters and to explain the damage caused.
    The wall-crawler explains his battle against the Puppet Master with the Vision. Wanting to have a talk with the Puppet Master,
    the Thing picks up his unconscious body and shakes him awake. Hearing the voice of her stepfather, Alicia tries to rush to his side but is stopped by Spider-Man.
    However, when Alicia explains who the Puppet Master is to her, explanations are needed. The Thing then drags the Puppet Master into another room to interrogate him.
    He then returns to tell them that their foe has offered to take them back to his old hideout that he shared with the Mad Thinker.
    There, the Puppet Master claims, exists a cure for Alicia's blindness.

    Deciding to look into this, Spider-Man, the Thing, Alicia and the Puppet Master head to this old hideout in the Fantasti-Car. Along the way,
    Spider-Man and Alicia ask why the Puppet Master suddenly has a change of heart. He explains that he feels guilty for the death of Alicia's biological father, Jacob Reiss.
    He explains how they were experimenting with the radioactive clay he would later use as a criminal in order to discover the "building blocks of life".
    Jealous of Jacob's marriage and daughter, the man who was once known as Phillip Masters began plotting against his partner.
    One night he tricked Jacob into coming to the lab where Phillip struck Jacob.
    The fight caused an unstable reaction in the radioactive clay and it blew up, destroying the facility and killing Jacob.
    Surviving unscathed, Phillip emerged from the rubble and sees that Alicia and her mother had also come along and were caught in the blast.
    Checking on Alicia he discovered that she was stricken blind and vowed to do whatever it took to restore her lost sight. He concludes by telling them that his guilt led him to marry Alicia's
    mother and try and find a cure. However, when Alicia's mother later died, it pushed him further over the edge, leading to his becoming the Puppet Master.

    When they arrive on the island where the Mad Thinker's lab is located, a defense device springs out of the ground and stuns the Thing and Spider-Man.
    This allows the Puppet Master the chance to escape through a ground hatch. When the two heroes come to, they break through the ground and gain access to the facility.
    With no sign of the Puppet Master, the pair split up to find him. Meanwhile, the Puppet Master has located that his sometime ally, the Mad Thinker, is currently hiding out in the facility.
    He explains that he had no choice but to lure the two heroes to their secret hideout.
    Although the Mad Thinker is unimpressed, the evil genius believes he can easily destroy these two menaces.
    He activates a series of traps to try and kill their foes. Spider-Man finds himself falling down a deep shaft with walls that are greased enough to prevent him from clinging to them.
    While the Thing finds himself trapped in an airtight room to suffocate. Seeing that Alicia is still waiting in the Fantasti-Car, the Mad Thinker sends out one of his androids to recover her

    Meanwhile, Spider-Man narrowly avoids a spiky death by slowing his descent by rebounding off the walls and slowing him down enough to cling onto the bottom portion of the shaft,
    that isn't oiled before he can hit the spikes. Outside, the android approaches Alicia who begins screaming in fear. Demanding that the Mad Thinker stop tormenting his step-daughter,
    the Puppet Master is easily knocked aside. When he tries to knock out the Thinker with a wrench, Spider-Man arrives and gives him the extra boost he needs by forcing down the wrench
    harder thanks to a web-ball. Outside, the Thing destroys the android, Spider-Man emerges from the hidden facility and learns how the Thing survived his death trap.
    As they are comparing notes, the facility suddenly explodes, seemingly killing the Puppet Master and the Mad Thinker.

    NOTES: The Puppet Master returns in Marvel Two-in-One 9. The Mad Thinker next appears in Iron Man 74.

    Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Gil Kane. Inks by Mike Esposito.
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    Marvel Team-Up #7 Mar 1973
    Spider-Man and Thor star in "A Hitch in Time!"
    Walking through the streets of Manhattan, Peter Parker is lost in thought until he hears the screams of a woman being mugged.
    With no time to change into Spider-Man, Peter kicks off his shoes and leaps into action.
    He easily incapacitates the muggers and is surprised to see that the woman involved is trying to flee the scene.
    When Peter tries to stop her, she tells him that she doesn't want to get involved. Peter is frustrated but allows the woman to leave.
    This entire exchange is observed by Thor who tries to encourage the youth not to get too upset. Peter is glib with the thunder god, testing his patience.
    Suddenly, the sky begins to change, inverting to a negative color. Quick thinking, Thor begins swinging Mjolnir creating a protective vortex around the pair.
    When the vortex dissipates, Thor and Peter are the only two unaffected in a now inverted world.

    After Peter changes into Spider-Man they spot a group of strange armored soldiers walking about the city.
    As they battle the warriors, Thor recognizes their leader as the troll known as Kryllk. As the two heroes battle Kryllk's army,
    the troll explains that what he has done to Earth is merely the staging grounds for an attack on Asgard. The heroes are restrained,
    and Kryllk shows off his means of accomplishing this goal, the Dark Crystal. When Thor and Spider-Man tries to strike back, Kryllk and his minions suddenly teleport away.
    Spider-Man asks Thor who their foe is, and the thunder god explains that Kryllk attempted to conquer Asgard centuries ago, only to be stopped by his father Odin.

    Their next move takes them to Avenger's Mansion, where the team is also frozen like everyone else in the city.
    They quickly use the Avenger's computers to track the energies of the Dark Crystal to Asgard.
    Since he has been exiled from his home, Thor sends Spider-Man to stop the crystal, while he goes to Kryllk's hideout.
    Traveling through a vortex created by Thor, Spider-Man quickly arrives in Asgard.

    Meanwhile, Thor arrives on a planetoid near Jupiter where Kryllk has set up operations. Feeling vibrations emanating from beneath his feet,
    Thor uses Mjolnir to smash down below. There he finds Kryllk and his army standing guard before the Dark Crystal.
    Thor fights through the soldiers, but when he tries to attack Kryllk himself, he discovers that the villain is protected by the aura of the crystal.
    Kryllk explains that he found the Dark Crystal deep below Asgard and that it told him the secrets of the universe, secrets that Kryllk intended to use against his hated enemy Odin.

    While back on Asgard, Spider-Man has also found a Dark Crystal, as well as more of Kryllk's minions and Kryllk himself. Spider-Man begins fighting his soldiers,
    and takes note that Kryllk is not even paying attention to him, as though he is having a conversation with someone. When Spider-Man tries to strike Kryllk his fist passes right through his foe.
    Although it has no apparent effect on Kryllk in Asgard, his physical form near Jupiter suddenly screams in pain and vanishes.
    Suddenly, the Watcher appears with Spider-Man, and explains that the Dark Crystal belonged to him and that Kryllk had stolen it to tamper with the time continuum in an attempt to destroy Asgard.

    Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Jim Mooney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mister mets View Post
    the all-time best team-ups then are...

    The death of jean dewolfe (spider-man and daredevil in peter parker the spectacular spider-man #107-110)
    yes!!

    spider-man vs wolverine one-shot
    yes!!

    marvel recently collected chris claremont and john byrne's marvel team up run into a tpb. That's well-worth checking out.
    yes!!
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    Marvel Team-Up #9 May 1973
    Spider-Man and Iron Man star in "The Tomorrow War!" Part 1 of 3.
    The people of Manhattan are in for a shock when Avengers Mansion begins to shake violently and briefly blink out of existence.
    Arriving on the scene is Iron Man, who tries to get into the mansion to see what is causing this situation.
    Unfortunately, there is some kind of barrier that is preventing him from entering the mansion.
    At that moment, Peter Parker is watching the situation unfold on television and debates going to help as Spider-Man.
    His mind is made up when his roommate, Harry Osborn, yells at him for having the television up too loud and slams the door.
    Soon, Spider-Man arrives at Avengers Mansion. Just as Iron Man is telling Spider-Man that he can handle this on his own when suddenly a portal opens through the barrier.

    The pair jumps through and they end up falling into another dimension, a strange world where highly advanced ships dogfighting above them.
    When Iron Man flies up to try and stop the battle from continuing, one of the ships catches the armored Avenger in a tractor beam.
    The ship then lands and from it emerges Zarrko the Tomorrow Man. He tells the two heroes that they have a mutual enemy that they must stop and invites them aboard his ship.
    He then flies through the time barrier to the 23rd century. He explains that his era was invaded by their mutual foe due to the fact that his era is defenseless.
    He flies them over a facility where the Avengers are being held captive. Spider-Man and Iron Man then leap out to the ground below and engage the guards standing outside.
    They easily get past the guards and defenses until they are attacked by a massive cyborg. During the cyborgs opening salvo, Iron Man's power source is damaged.

    Spider-Man quickly incapacitates the cyborg while Iron Man reroutes his circuits to restore full power.

    Meanwhile, outside, Zarrko lands his ship as the time storm that prevented him from entering has dissipated enough to let him enter the fortress himself.
    With his plan succeeding, Zarrko believes that he is on the cusp of ruling all time.
    Elsewhere in the facility, Spider-Man and Iron Man have found the room where the Avengers are being held in stasis.
    They also discover that their foe is none other than Kang the Conqueror. The evil time traveller blasts both heroes with a bolt of energy that knocks them out.

    However, before Kang can deal with them, Zarrko arrives hoping to take control of Kang's plot to take over the present.

    Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Frank Bolle.
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    Marvel Team-Up #10 Jun 1973
    Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the Human Torch star in "Time Bomb!" Part 2 of 3.
    Iron Man and Spider-Man have been brought to the 23rd Century to help Zarrko the Tomorrow Man to stop Kang the Conqueror from taking over this era.
    However, Zarrko wants to control history himself, and after Kang has incapacitated the two heroes, Zarrko has made his move.
    Zarrko explains his plans to conquer history using a series of "Time Bombs" that will regress the technology in the modern age to that of previous centuries,
    leaving the Earth ripe for conquest. He intends to use this all over the world except for a nuclear weapon depot in the United States which he intends to plunder for his own ends.

    As Zarrko details his plans, both Spider-Man and Iron Man have revived from the blast they received from Kang.
    Iron Man cannot help because his armor's power source was destroyed, and so he tells Spider-Man to flee back to the present to stop the Time Bombs and to find help.
    The web-slinger manages to slip away and find his way to the time portal. Setting it from the date he was taken from, Spider-Man uses it to travel back in time.
    Meanwhile, Kang and Zarrko fight it out until they are interrupted by an unexpected arrival that Kang finds impossible to believe...

    ... Meanwhile, Spider-Man finds himself transported to the Baxter Building, setting off the alarms.
    However, they are shut off by the Human Torch, the only member of the Fantastic Four who is present.
    With the rest of the team away, Johnny agrees to help Spider-Man track down and shut down the Time Bombs.

    The pair split up to deactivate the time bombs, the Torch heading to Japan, and Spider-Man going to South America.
    When the Torch arrives in Japan he witnesses as a bullet train suddenly transforms into an old-fashioned steam engine.
    Using his ability to see into the infrared spectrum, Johnny tracks the energy signatures given off by the Time Bomb.
    He finds it in a hut, but the owner doesn't take kindly to trespassers. However, the bullets from his gun melt harmlessly against the Torch's flaming body.
    The Time Bomb suddenly turns the Japanese man into a samurai warrior, but the Torch easily trounces him.
    Getting up close to the Time Bomb, he suddenly begins succumbing to the effects of the device, his memories of how to disarm the weapon quickly vanishing from his mind.

    At that moment, Spider-Man arrives in South America by hitching a ride on he outside of a commercial airliner.
    When the plane lands it suddenly transforms into a biplane thanks to the effects of the Time Bomb.
    Searching for the device, he has to fight a bunch of locals who have been transformed into primitive savages.
    When Spider-Man tries to disarm the device, he finds the same problem the Torch had.
    Before he can completely succumb to the radiations, the Torch arrives and melts the device.
    The pair then commandeers a plane and use it to go to Greece.
    There they find more opposition trying to stop them from disarming the Time Bomb.
    They easily fight their way through and this time, Johnny only disables the bomb instead of outright incinerating it.
    With the threat over, they begin to try and figure out a way back to the future to save the Avengers.
    The Torch recognizes the energy emissions from the devices as being the same as the Negative Zone barrier that once surrounded the Inhuman's domain of Attilan.

    However, because of his feelings toward his ex-girlfriend Crystal, the Human Torch decides not to accompany Spider-Man and wishes him luck.

    Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Jim Mooney. Inks by Frank Giacoia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pav View Post
    The Clone Saga offered up regular team-ups between Spider-Man and the Scarlet Spider!
    Those were nice.

    -Pav, who wishes he could team up with himself...
    LOL!
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    Marvel Team-Up #11 Jul 1973
    Spider-Man and the Inhumans star in "The Doomsday Gambit!" Part 3 of 3 Continued from previous issue.
    Spider-Man enlists the aid of the Inhumans to defeat Kang and Zarrko



    and rescue the Avengers in the 23rd century.
    Cameo appearances by Omega and the Avengers.

    Plot by Gerry Conway. Script by Len Wein. Pencils by Jim Mooney. Inks by Mike Esposito.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool View Post
    I would also highly recommend Marvel Team-Up #100 which I consider one of the very best "one and done" Spidey tales ever and not just Spidey team-ups.
    Yeah. MT #100 featured the first appearance of Karma who would become one of the original 5 New Mutants.
    Also, it featured the first team-up of Black Panther and Storm and how they met eachother for the first time in the continent of Africa, when they were Prince T'Challa and Ororo.
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    I would say Amazing Spiderman VOl 1 #16. Its his first team up with Daredevil and his first team up with any hero in fact. It is my favorite Spiderman issue of all time.
    Favorite teams. Avengers, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

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    After the cancellation of Marvel Team-Up, Amazing Spider-Man #353-358 became my all-time favorite team-up ever:

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    Interesting that no one has mentioned Spider-man/Deadpool yet, as I thought that was a fan favourite. Is it any good?
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