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Quote1 Hey, if you're going to go against the BIG BOYS, you're going to have to have a tad more staying power. Quote2
-- Spider-Man

Appearing in "Prepare Yourself for...Annex!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Prepare Yourself for...Annex!"Edit

While on his way to meet Mary Jane for an awards dinner when his spider sense starts going crazy. Spider-Man goes to investigate and quickly finds himself in combat against a new villain, Annex. Annex finds the battle to be a waste of time and flies off.

Spider-Man calls Mary Jane on a payphone to tell her that he won't be able to make the awards ceremony. She's not pleased, but she's more worried about her husband than she is angry at him. Meanwhile, Annex is attempting to download information from a Newspaper stand. He seems lost and confused. Frustrated, he causes a commotion which draws Spider-Man's attention and the two battle again. Annex momentarily regains his composure and saves a run away bus. Turns out that his armored suit was controlling him, not the other way around.

Spider-Man carries him away to a rooftop where they meet up with a scientist who was involved in the construction of the suit. The man inside of the Annex armor was a wounded soldier. He'd lost his leg and became part of scientific experiment in order to be able to continue on. Unfortunately, a glitch in the computer interface for his suit downloaded a bunch of weapons data in to his mind and kind of took over.

While investigating the glitch, the scientist they met earlier discovers that there was a program written in the code that would replace Annex's mind and memories with those of the project financier's dead son. Annex suits up and goes after him. He tracks him down at the awards ceremony that Mary Jane went to (without Peter as he was late). The battle it out and Annex comes out on top a good guy.

Appearing in "Dead Reckoning"Edit

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  • Lawrence (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Synopsis for "Dead Reckoning"Edit

Black Cat has been hired to infiltrate a stronghold and steal back a stolen painting. She's unaware that she's being watched by another. Black Cat gets to the roof and takes out a couple of guards, but not before they can get some shots off. The guards in the compound hear the shots and rush to the roof. Just as Black Cat seems cornered, her observer teleports in and kills every guard. It's Solo, the militant anti-terrorism hero. He's there to track and kill a villain named Deathstorm.

Solo tells Black Cat that she should go. She tells him she's got a job to do and he responds by telling her to just stay out of his way. Black Cat proceeds to locate the stolen painting and knock out another guard. Meanwhile, Solo and Deathstorm fight it out in another part of the compound. Solo gains the upper and begins to fire at Deathstorm's head, but Deathstorm teleports away. Black Cat comes back and finds solo alone. She asks what happened and Solo yells at her to just leave.

Appearing in "The Lizard Must be Destroyed"Edit

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  • Dave Hopkins (Prosecutor) (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Budd Jacobs (Defense Attorney) (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Dr. Steven Bunche (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Guardsmen

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Synopsis for "The Lizard Must be Destroyed"Edit

"Cowboy" Dave Hopkins is acting as prosecution in the trial of Curt Conners. Several witnesses come forward in defense of Conners, including his own son, Spider-Man, and his alter-ego Peter Parker. At the end of the trial, however, Conners surrenders himself to the court by waiving his right to trial by jury. He suggests that he be locked up, but that he be given a laboratory in prison from which to work. He suggests that he can better pay back his debt to society by using his scientific genius to positively contribute rather than surrender to banal incarceration. The court agrees, Conners says goodbye to his wife and son, and he's taken away by the guards.

Appearing in "Estrangements and Reunions"Edit

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Synopsis for "Estrangements and Reunions"Edit

John Jameson is having daddy issues. The issue starts off with him having a nightmare about himself and his father, J. Jonah Jameson. After he wakes up, he goes to see his friend Hector. Hector has built a uniform and weapon that he suggests John take out on a "test drive". After, John leaves and has lunch with his dad, but it ends with a fight. John storms off to meet a man named Manuel Rourke.

Manuel tells John that his son is missing and asks him to help. He explains that his son was in a lab accident that changed him. The boy grew more and more despondent and eventually ran away. John puts on his super hero garb and goes off to find the boy. He finds him as part of a gang mugging some hapless business man. John chases the gang away but the boy, Samson, attacks. John subdues him and returns him to his father.

  • Ploy-bagged & includes an Annex Marvel trading card
  • This issue features a series of pin-up images of textless covers of the then upcoming Maximum Carnage crossover event. Carnage and Venom do not actually appear in the issue.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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