Just a couple notes: 1) IIRC Kirby did the cover for AF#15 and was originally asked to do the book but couldn't get the look Lee was looking for, thus Ditko was brought on (though I am sure you all know that). 2) Its interesting to see the story evolve from this point forward. For instance the ever skeletal and sickly Aunt May started out rather healthy looking and even a little fat to be frank. Over the next few issues you start to see her health degrade into a more familiar figure. 3) And its odd that for a story Lee thought would be a simple one shot he wanted to get off his chest and brush his hands of, he did a lot of groundwork for what would shape Marvel's flagship franchise in just half a book. There is a lot of material here covered very quickly. I am also amused that there is a teaser at the end for the next thrilling adventure of Spider-Man in next issue of Amazing Fantasy, when according to Lee's recollections of the story he knew the series was being canceled.