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    Teen Spider-Man

    Featuring adolescent Spidey! At age fifteen, Peter Parker of Queens became New York City’s web-slinging defender. Inheriting a spider’s strength (and responsibility beyond his years), Spider-Man grew into his heroism before readers’ eyes. Read our favorite teenaged turns here!


    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998)

      High School Graduation

      After years of skipped homework and playing hooky, Peter graduates Midtown High. But first, the always multi-tasking Spider battles Molten Man!

    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998)

      Meeting Mary Jane

      After much goading from Aunt May, Peter agrees to meet fun-loving Mary Jane Watson, the quintessential girl next door. What happens next is a love story 50 years in the making!

    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998)

      Spider-Man No More?

      Peter puts his wall-crawling on hold to focus on collegiate studies…and to figure out girls! But with the Ol’ Parker Luck on his heels, will Spidey be able to juggle all the challenges civilian life offers?

    • Spider-Man: Blue

      Gwen Stacy

      A retrospective mini-series following Peter’s earliest days at Midtown High. Writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale take you inside Spidey’s disastrous first love with Gwen Stacy, one tragedy of many in Peter’s rapid ascent as Spider-Man.

    • Spider-Man: With Great Power... (2008)

      Growing Pains

      Those awkward teen years never looked so good in this throwback series by David Lapham and Tony Harris. See what Peter does when the bite of a radioactive spider gives him the strength to take the things he wants. Will he achieve fame? Money? Fast cars? Girls? Discover a new side to Spidey with this unseen glimpse of his early career!

    • Ultimate Spider-Man (2000-2009)

      Ultimate Spidey

      Writer Brian Michael Bendis brings you an Ultimate Spider-Man with plenty of pubescent angst! ‘Brainiac’ Peter Parker must navigate his super human abilities - and deal with first crushes, locker room bullies, and always being short on cash.

    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998)

      College Graduation

      Peter reaches the cusp of adulthood with his graduation from Empire State University. But will Spidey walk away diploma in hand? A classic ‘this could only happen to Peter’ issue.

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