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Appearing in "The Spider and the Ghost"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Spider and the Ghost"Edit

On the ESU campus, Spider-Man stops some men apparently stealing boxes, within one of which seems to be a melted metal chair. Arthur Dearborn steps in, informing Spidey that the men are Roxxon employees dispensing with debris from an ESU/Roxxon project, reportedly involving a new source for the vibratory energy-absorbing element Vibranium. Meanwhile, Kingpin hires the Ghost to sabotage the experiments. The next day Peter takes photos at Roxxon's gala unveiling event. Iron Man arrives while Mary Jane chats with TChalla who worries that Roxxon's discovery could impact his country Wakanda's economy. Jonas Hale starts the event by presenting Nuform, a synthetic Vibranium. However, Hale knows that Nuform is unstable and decays into Antarctic Vibranium. a substance that melts metal. Hale assures Dearborn that they've found a solution, not telling him it is temporary and any Nuform used in building will eventually destroy the things made from it. Meanwhile, in transit to the Vault. Ultron breaks free and sees a newspaper article about Nuform. That night, Spider-Man encounters Black Panther while investigating the Roxxon lab. They spy the Ghost sabotaging Roxxon's equipment and attack. Dearborn arrives, and pushes TChalla out of the path of an energy beam, taking the hit himself; instead of dying it reactivates his lost powers, and he becomes Sunturion. Driven temporarily insane, he declares he will slay all the intruders as enemies of Roxxon!

Appearing in "The Origin of the Amazing Spider-Man!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Amazing Spider-Man!"Edit

Retells the story of Spider-Man's origin.

Appearing in "Outlaw Justice Part One"Edit

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  • Rocket Board

Synopsis for "Outlaw Justice Part One"Edit

Silver Sable gathers together a group of former criminals who have since gone straight, for a dangerous mission involving the rescue of a government oficials daughter.

Appearing in "Truckstop of Doom!"Edit

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  • Spangle (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Jake (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Pablo (Only Appearance)[1]

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  • Chuck (Last appearance)
  • Ellen (Last appearance)
  • Bobby (Chuck and Ellen's Baby) (Last appearance)

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Synopsis for "Truckstop of Doom!"Edit

The couple in Missouri, Chuck and Ellen, who are giving Eddie Brock a ride back to New York, stop at a rest stop just off I-44. There, a gang has taken the entire place hostage, and they pat down the couple and Eddie before forcing them to sit at a booth. They apparently come every Friday to take the weekly deposits from the local bank. Brock does not want to cause any trouble, so he sits by as the leader, Spangle, abuses a waitress. However, when a gang member, Pablo, threatens the couple's baby, Bobby, and shoots Chuck in the arm, Eddie takes a stand. Pablo remains inside whil the rest of the gang drags Venom outside. In the conflict, a gasoline truck is damaged and starts to leak. Venom then kills a gang member, Jake, and breaks his arm, causing the corpse to drop his lighter. The explosion kills the remaining gang members and a spare tire is thrown through the window, knocking out Pablo. Eddie Brock apologizes to everyone at the rest stop. He tells the couple that he should not longer travel with them, and he continues to hitchhike towards New York.

Appearing in "Second Chance!"Edit

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  • The Duchess (Trask's Armed Ship)

Synopsis for "Second Chance!"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.



  • "Truckstop of Doom!" is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[2]


The story "Truckstop of Doom!" takes place in between #315 and #316 of Amazing Spider-Man.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. "Truckstop of Doom!" is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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