Close-Up: Marvel Library Spider-Man Vol 1

Unboxed and lovingly inspected on video, this high-end art book by Taschen (2022) shows high reverence for the Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Spidey run.

Unboxing video and spontaneous commentary by Walt Jaschek. Enjoy Walt enjoying book! And laugh at him trying to open it.

Want a copy of Marvel Comics Library Spider-Man Volume 1 for your own collection? The print run is limited to 5,000 copies, but the book currently seems to be available for a discount at Amazon: (That’s an affiliate link, and thank you.)

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