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Spider-Man Meets Black Cat (Utah Version)

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Black Cat has long been associated with Spider-Man. But instead of the ambiguously villainous character, it's Utah's own comics retailer. ---

Greg Gage, owner of Salt Lake City's Black Cat Comics, announced the publication of a special limited edition cover of Amazing Spider-Man issue #666. It depicts Spidey reading an issue of The Daily Bugle with a headline trumpeting "Spider-Man Saves Black Cat Comics" (a positive Spidey story that never would have happened under J. Jonah Jameson). Only 500 copies of the issue were printed, and they'll be available exclusively at Black Cat when the issue goes on sale July 27.