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Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 303


Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 303

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Appearing in "Dock Savage"Edit

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Synopsis for "Dock Savage"Edit

Spidey can't decide whether to take the Kansas job or not. At the Symkarian Embassy, Sandman demonstrates his prowess but Sable wants additional help against Franz Kraus. At the Bugle, JJJ shows Peter an ad from Sable seeking Spider-Man. Spidey appears at the Symkarian Embassy and takes the job, requiring him to case Kraus' neo-Nazi headquarters. There, Spidey finds crates filled with heroin, which Kraus plans to sell to the Kingpin to finance a new Central American Nazi state. When Sable and Sandman choose to take on the Nazi army alone, Spidey reluctantly joins them. The trio defeats the army and Sable captures Kraus, then reports to her employer Jason Pruett (see ASM #301, '88). Peter heads home where MJ tells him she is going house-hunting in Kansas. Peter tells her he has decided to stay in New York and go back to school. In a Manhattan office, three men discuss Peter's Spider-Man photos, declaring, "Peter Parker will belong to us!"

  • This issue features a letters page, The Spider's Web. Letters are published from Marc Bailey, Jason Friend, Chris Glaser, and Kurt Stichler.
  • The new Spider-Man cover logo, which debuted last issue, is also presented as interior art on Page 14, panel 3.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks

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