- Even though I can't remember... even though I don't really know you... every instinct within me wants to smash out... to strike... to destroy you!
- -- Spider-Man
Appearing in "Disaster!"Edit
- Gwen Stacy
- Harry Osborn
- Aunt May
- Anna May Watson
- Mary Jane Watson
- John Jameson
- J. Jonah Jameson
- Joseph Robertson
- Betty Brant
- Marty(First appearance)
- Doctor Octopus
- members of Master Planner's gang
- George Stacy (First appearance)
- Long Island
- Fort Tyson (First appearance)
- New York City
- Doc Ock's "Power Maintenance" truck
- Police cars
Synopsis for "Disaster!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Struck with amnesia from his exposure to a weapon nullifier device, Spider-Man is convinced by Dr. Octopus that he is one of his henchmen. Spider-Man, then assists them commit crimes, which make headlines. Spider-Man however, doesn't feel right about what he's doing. Meanwhile, Peter Parker's absence has gotten all his friends and family worries as they have no clue where he could have gone.
Meanwhile, Dr. Octopus tries to get Spider-Man to unmask, but Spider-Man realizes that if they were really partners, Octopus would already know his secret identity. Spider-Man realizes that he's been tricked and battles Dr. Octopus. Meanwhile, the military has been tracking Spider-Man since his last theft netted Dr. Octopus secret missile plans.
During the fight, John Jameson manages to immobilize Dr. Octopus with the nullifier. When Dr. Octopus tries to talk Spider-Man into helping him get free, Spider-Man declines. He tells Jameson that he doesn't remember who he is, but he knows for sure that he's no partner of Octopus. When Octopus is taken into custody, Jameson asks Spider-Man to come with them as well. Spider-Man refuses and flees. Later, Spider-Man takes a look his reflection in the a window hoping that it will remind him of who he is, but only sees a stranger looking back at him.
This story is continued next issue....
- Doc Ock previously appeared last issue and will appear again in issue 88.
- Produced by:
- Smilin' Stan Lee and Jazzy John Romita
- Inked by Mickey Demeo
- Lettered by: Sam Rosen
- Ignored by: Those of little faith!
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