MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) (#1-150) (MARVEL) #113 - Plot Synopsis


Marvel Team-Up (1972) #113
Starring Spider-Man and Quasar. "The Resurrection of Edward Lansky" is written by Mark Gruenwald with art by Herb Trimpe and Mike Esposito. Some super-villains seek money. Some seek power. And others find their powers so overwhelming they only wish to return to normal, no matter who has to pay the cost. Such is the case with Edward Lansky, Lightmaster (first seen in Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man #3), whose incorporeal existence proves intolerable to him. When he is awakened accidently by Quasar, the Lightmaster uses the hero's amazing Quantum bands to seize control of his body.

Drawn by his spider-sense to investigate the bizarre attack, Spider-Man finds himself the target of searing lightbeams moving almost too quickly for his spider-fast reflexes to handle. Powered by the Quantum bands which (like DC's Green Lantern) allow Quasar to form any solid object out of light that he can imagine, Lightmaster flees and seeks out his old laboratory. Finding it stripped of its equipment by the police, the villain raids a nearby technology retailer's warehouse and builds a device for restoring his corporeal form. At first thwarting Lansky's scheme seems the best plan to our heroes, then Spidey convinces Quasar that Lightmaster should be allowed to return to the flesh. That way the threat can be ended with a swift right cross to the jaw!

Publisher: MarvelTitle: MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) (#1-150) (MARVEL)
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113 (4.50) (9.00) (18.00) 24.25 41.00 57.00


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