Descripton: Bowen Design brings us one of the most prolific and prevalent villains that never die in his tale of duplicity and manipulation through fulfilling wishes. One of Marvel’s mainstays that draw from classic lore, Mephisto appears and challenges many other mainstay heroes and villains. Joseph Menna sculpts the silver age portrayal of Marvel’s rendition of Satan, brandishing his goblet with a wide snarl and smile across his distorted face, displaying the insurmountable joy he drives from the misery of others. His story of the the joy he derives has only been countered in Amazing Spider-Man #545, only through the fact that he decides to take away the happiness that Peter Parker held in life rather than abduct his soul. The same Mephisto we see in the figuring is still at large, determined under all circumstance to bend his victims to his will. 6 out of 200 limited copies.
Descripton: Joe Quesada, a prolific writer and penciler who has worked in both DC and Marvel, teamed up with J. Michael Straczynski on this Spider-Man arc. The cover, featuring Mephisto has been signed and remarked with a Magneto sketch by Ken Haeser. This comic, one of a set of of 499, features the final chapter in the controversial One More Day arc which sees Peter Parker in his final day of pondering whether to accept the Faustian deal.