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Appearing in "The Love of a Woman"Edit

Reprinted from Spider-Man #78

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Synopsis for "The Love of a Woman"Edit

Reprinted from Spider-Man #78

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    Appearing in "And Death Shall Fly Like a Dragon!"Edit


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Synopsis for "And Death Shall Fly Like a Dragon!"Edit


While on assignment for the Bugle, Peter runs into Angela Yin meeting her cousin Meiko at the Seaport carnival. A group of ninjas, the True Believers, led by Karsano who believes he has the Dragonfly power, attack Meiko, prodding Spider-Man into action. Later, Meiko joins Angela at her apartment where she reveals that the True Believers' honor code allows Karsano three attempts on her life. The Seaport attack was the second. Spidey and the True Believers track Meiko down. Karsano fells Meiko but Spidey breaks his ceremonial sword. Having failed a third time, Karsano declares himself a fraud and commits ritual suicide. Later, Meiko, apparently also a True Believers member, comes to Qwa and begs forgiveness for her failure. Calling her "Dragonfly," Qwa offers Meiko a chance at redemption.

Appearing in "Exposed Wiring"Edit


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Electro is strapped into an electric chair. Elsewhere, Det. Lewis questions Fortunato, prompting him to later contact the Rose. At ESU, Professor Howard pairs Peter up with Paul Stacy. Elsewhere, Dragonfly trains under Madame Qwa. Fortunato and Rose agree to team up against Tarantula. MJ tells her therapist she sometimes thinks she lost her baby because she wasn't good enough. On a yacht in the Aegean, Alison Mongrain calls Norman Osborn about the "project" she has undertaken. Hoping to bond with the electrical force, Electro tells Delilah to throw the electric chair switch. Tarantula issues a contract, to Madame Qwa, on "an old colleague of mine," Joe Robertson. Meanwhile, Delilah introduces the Rose to the "all-new, supremely powerful, and super-charged Electro."



NotesEdit

  • This is a UK title that features reprints of American Spider-Man titles.
  • The cover reprints the cover of Amazing Spider-Man #422.


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