Appearing in "Thunder"Edit
- Anna Kravinoff (In a photograph only)
- Nikolai Kravinoff (In a photograph only)
Synopsis for "Thunder"Edit
Spider-Man has emerged from his grave, discovering that Kraven's drug kept him immobilized there for two weeks. Spider-Man arrives and confronts the Hunter. Kraven refuses to fight, saying that by "killing" and impersonating the web-slinger, he has proven his superiority.
Re-donning his own costume, he leads Spider-Man to the caged Vermin, then releases him, goading him into attacking Spider-Man. At first Spider-Man fights back but then backs off, refusing to play Kraven's game. However Vermin overwhelms him. Kraven forces Vermin off Spider-Man and lets him flee. Promising to never hunt again. Kraven helps the wounded Spider-Man up, urging him to follow Vermin. Feeling release, Kraven shoots himself with a hunting rifle, falling back into a coffin, dead.
- This is part five of the Kraven's Last Hunt storyline, following Web of Spider-Man #32 and continuing directly into Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #132.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- Spider-Man confronts Kraven the Hunter in Part 5 of this 6-part saga. Kraven beat Spidey the last time; can he— will he do it again?
- No trivia.
|Kraven's Last Hunt|
|Web of Spider-Man #31||Amazing Spider-Man #293||Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #131||Web of Spider-Man #32||Amazing Spider-Man #294||Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #132|
- Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 31
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 293
- Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 131
- Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 32
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