El Sorprendente Hombre-Araña (the Surprising Spider-Man) was published in Mexico from 1963-1973, and for a long time, it simply reprinted the American run of Amazing Spider-Man in Spanish:
After awhile, it looks like the publisher either ran out of or overtook the available licensed material, and original stories created in Mexico specifically for El Sorprendente Hombre-Araña started to see print:
I've been to Mexico a few times, and they are most definitely aware that sex sells, with slinky busty babes adorning most advertising and even the most innocuous products. Their comics are no different, as you can see:
I also have to wonder, are these stories considered canon to Mexican collectors? Is "Misterio del vampiro de la playa del bikiní" held in the same esteem as, say, the Master Planner arc or the Stone Tablet Saga? Inquiring, idiotic minds want to know!
A few original villains were added, and go-go Gwen was always there to greet them:
I can only speculate on the story contents, though it looks like they've cut up a lot of comics from all over the Marvel universe. Case in point, here we have Spider-Man versus Odin: for the Heart of Gwen Stacy!
Or maybe the longtime Mexican fan has one more reason than the rest of us to be outraged by the recent "Sins Past" story. I mean, how could Gwen Stacy have been sleeping with Norman Osborn after her tempestuous tryst with... J. Jonah Jameson?!?
Re-purposed Daredevil cover + Bikini clad babe = mucho dinero.
Yes, Mexican Spider-Man must have found the infamous Parker luck somewhat mitigated by being constantly surrounded with hot-pantsed babes. ¡Hágale frente tigre, usted apenas golpean el jackpot!
As usual, all images are from the GCD. Adios, Amigos!