MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) (#1-150) (MARVEL) #21 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Marvel Team-Up (1972) #21
Featuring Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. Cover by Gil Kane. "The Spider and the Sorcerer!" is written by Len Wein with art by Sal Buscema, Frank Giacoia and Dave Hunt. Talk about holding a grudge. The mad plans of Xandu the Unspeakable were thwarted years ago by the unstoppable combination of Spidey and Dr. Strange, Earth's Sorcerer Supreme. Back then, he tried to take over the world with the help of the powerful Wand of Watoomb. Now, it seems he's got his eye on the Wand and the world again, or is there some deeper motive to his actions?

After mesmerizing Spider-Man into invading Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum Xandu commands the wall-crawler to attack the magician. Through his ensorcelled eyes, Spidey sees his old friend as a fiendish enemy and complies. And thus Xandu gets his hands on the Wand of Watoomb once again. Using its magic, the villain transfers both heroes to another dimension where his mystic might is supreme. But by trading powers, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange are able to throw their foe for a loop!

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Title: The Spider and the Sorcerer

Featuring: Spider-Man and Dr.Strange

Character Appearances: Team-up of Spider-Man & Doctor Strange

Credits: Len Wein (Script), Sal Buscema (Pencils), Frank Giacoia; David Hunt (Inks), Glynis Wein (Colors), David Hunt (Letters).

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Publisher: MarvelTitle: MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) (#1-150) (MARVEL)
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