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Left Unresolved – An Odd Spider-Man Murder Mystery

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Left Unresolved – An Odd Spider-Man Murder Mystery

In this feature, I spotlight storylines that have been, well, left unresolved. Click here for an archive of all storylines featured so far.

Today, based on a suggestion from reader Glenn A., we look at the odd murder “mystery” of Spider-Man’s first encounter with the Fly!

1976’s Amazing Spider-Man Annual #10 by Len Wein, Gil Kane, Frank Giacoia and Mike Esposito (I believe Bill Mantlo is given an errant scripting credit for the issue) has Spider-Man foil a hostage-taker, who seemingly plunges to his death…

Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson was being his typical jerky self, trying to get another scientist to create a superhuman to take down Spider-Man…

The scientist was interrupted by the aforementioned hostage-taker, whose life is saved by becoming the Fly…

So Jameson comes by later and finds out that the scientist has been murdered…

The Fly then kidnaps Jameson and goes by the Daily Bugle to arrange a rematch with Spider-Man…

Spider-Man shows up to save Jameson, and overhears that the Fly is apparently a killer…

Go to the next page to see how Spider-Man makes a bold claim that is still unresolved, even though Marvel offered a No-Prize to anyone who solved it!

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