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The Vanishing Dr. Vespasian/Scourge of the Scarf 

A series of bank robberies are taking place, with no evidence left behind. The robberies are the work of a group of thieves led by a chemist named Dr. Vespasian, who has created an ... See full summary »
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Paul Kligman ...
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Paul Soles ...
Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ...
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A series of bank robberies are taking place, with no evidence left behind. The robberies are the work of a group of thieves led by a chemist named Dr. Vespasian, who has created an invisibility formula called 'Invisoscine'. When Spidey investigates the robberies, Vespasian's dog, Brutus - who is also invisible - attacks Spidey. Brutus is thrown against a container of flour, which coats him & reveals him to Spidey. Spidey throws Brutus into a garbage can & traps him, but when police find signs of a struggle & pieces of Spidey's uniform, it is suspected that Spidey is dead. Vespasian sets another plan to rob a bank vault in motion, but Spidey has another plan; to trap Vespasian in the vault using ice cream toppings built into the security system. Sure enough, Vespasian enters the vault, and Spidey appears. Vespasian tries to escape, but Spidey buries Vespasian under mountains of ice cream toppings. The police are waiting outside & arrest the now-visible bank robber. Written by Derek O'Cain

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12 April 1970 (USA)  »

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Dr. Vespasian: Brutus, breakfast, my pet? Yes, drink it down. Drink it ALL down, my pet. Let your hunger tell me I have unlocked the power I so yearn to taste. Hahaha! Eureka! Yes, I've done it. Invisoscene! At last, my long sought chemical reagent that transparently reacts with body tissue and renders the flesh invisible. Look, Brutus, it's true! Invisoscene!
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