John Romita Signed! Amazing Spider-Man #69 CGC 8.5 Signature Kingpin Appearance

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Sku : ASM.069.CGC.8.5.OWPSIG

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As Spider-Man scours the city for the Kingpin after the crime-boss stole an ancient clay tablet, Joe Robertson meets with his son who is in police custody when he and some other student protesters were arrested in connection with the theft. When Gwen Stacy arrives at the police station, she slaps one of the protesters in the face when he calls Peter a coward. When she tells her father about it, he asks her if maybe she was more worried that it's truth, a question which Gwen isn't sure of the answer.