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Danny Fingeroth was an editor for Marvel Comicss, the comic book company that produced official adaptations of the adventures of various super-heroes that lived in New York City during the Modern Age of Heroes. He worked on Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 with assistant editor Bob DeNatale, supervising and validating work of writer Bill Mantlo and artist Al Milgrom. During the Assistant Editor Month, Fingeroth and the other editors went to the San Diego Comic Con, leaving their assistant editors in charge.[1] Fingeroth was worried about DeNatale botching that month's issue of Marvel Team Up, #137, leading him to have a nightmare about it.[2]

Regrettably, Fingeroth had to cut his semi-holiday short because the activity of signing autographs gave him a writer's cramp, and returned home. He was most displeased because DeNatale had replaced Milgrom's art in Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #86 with humor artist Fred Hembeck's - Milgrom had even entered the editor's office to complain. Fingeroth, fearing particularly Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter's opinion, recovered as many of Milgrom's pages as possible and used it, overriding DeNatale's bootlicker groveling.[1]



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