The Amusing Spider-Guy (Roy Thomas/Wally Wood) - Topps Krazy Little Comics 1967 (8 pages - 2.4" x 3.5")

The front page shows the superhero facing one of his most formidable foes, The Exterminator.

Page 2 - The evil Ravin' has stolen a bag of money while a blind mouse and Mr. Fantastic watch.

Page 3 - Spider-Guy lassos Ravin' who wears pants that read "This side washed with intensified Tide, Clyde!"

Page 4 - While Spider-Guy holds the crook, the policeman explains the source of the superhero's strength and The Hulk (Hunk?) is peaking around the corner of the building.

Page 5 - Spider-Guy climbs up the wall while Daredevil sits on the flag pole and another superhero peeks out of a trash can.

Page 6 - Spider-Guy returns to his apartment that is filled with the possessions of a "typical teenager" including a Batman suit and "Bobbin's" lamp.

Page 7 - With his suit removed, Spider-Guy is really a large spider who was bitten by a teenage boy.  A picture of "Ladybug" is on the wall and a bug on the window sill says "Don't bug me!"

Page 8 - Back page is an ad parody for "Aorta" which is a lifelike monster model similar to Frankenstein's monster.  "Hooboy do they look real."