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Appearing in "Fortune and Steel"Edit

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Synopsis for "Fortune and Steel"Edit

Spider-Man stops a team of techno-thieves from stealing a shipment of ceramic conductor chips worth millions. One of the thieves strikes a bargain with Spider-Man. His freedom, and in return he shares all he knows of a plan to kill the population of Fortune, New Jersey.

Something’s askew at Taylor Industries, and CEO Dwayne Taylor (aka Night Thrasher) is running an anomaly scan on their computers. Speedball calls Night Thrasher to say "hi," but is captured by a Target Technologies team mid-sentence. Night Thrasher’s attention is diverted when the anomaly scan shows an in-house memo warning employees to stay away from Fortune. He calls in Nova and Namorita of the New Warriors.

In Vancouver, a Target Technologies team captures Auric and Silver.

Target Technologies was contracted to test a wave cannon on Fortune. The cannon will destroy the people while leaving everything else untouched.

Mr. Schott and his Target Technology team is in a mobile HQ trailer trucks initiating the plan when Spider-Man arrives to stop them. In the ensuing fight, Spider-Man is overpowered until Night Thrasher, Namorita, and Nova arrive to turn the tide. The Target Teams plan is ruined and they narrowly escape. Caldwell, one of the Target men, warns them of an earthquake simulator attached to a nearby dam will assure all evidence of the crime is washed away. Nova and Namorita handle it. Night Thrasher sends the others to investigate Target Technology’s HQ in Rutherford while he goes off (presumably) to find Speedball.

In a hidden facility, Justin Hammer, Jonas Hale, Carlton Drake and others meet as their chairman muses over seizing the captured heroes' powers and, through them, the world.

Spider-Man and the New Warriors break into the Target Technologies complex and are attacked by Dreadnoughts. They quickly defeat them, but are greeted by the new Dreadnoughts 2000.

Appearing in "First Kill"Edit

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  • Markham Company Thugs
    • Keith (Only appearance)[1]

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Appearing in "The Wronged Man"Edit

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  • Heather (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Mr. Ballard (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Appearing in "Making The Grade"Edit

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While capturing the Looter, Spidey reminisces about villains that were harder to deal with.

Appearing in "Evil's Light Part One, Now Strikes the Lightmaster"Edit

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. "First Kill" is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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