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Appearing in "Styx And Stone"Edit
- Turbo-Hopper (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Styx And Stone"Edit
Searching for MJ, Spidey clashes with Manslaughter Marsdale. who doesn't know anything about the kidnapping. In the Bedford Towers secret room, MJ throws ice in Caesar's face but his men stop her before she can escape. Caesar threatens to cut her if she attempts escape again. At the Bugle, JJJ orders all his reporters to get info on MJ's kidnapping. Pete visits Joe Robertson in the hospital. Informed that Spidey is looking for MJ, Caesar calls in Styx and Stone to deal with him. Later, Caesar spots Spidey swinging home and sends Styx and Stone after him. As they fight in Central Park, MJ escapes by bashing Caesar with a lamp, then dropping it in the melted ice in which his goons are standing. She grabs one of their guns arriving in the park just as Styx prepares to use his death-touch on Spidey. Shooting wildly, she scares Styx & Stone off. Pete & MJ are reunited while the police take Caesar away.
- No special notes.
- In order to get his wife back from Jonathan Caesar, Spidey must fight his way past the bizarre double menace of Styx and Stone!
- The cover of this issue is one of the 21 that appears in the comic gallery from the Sega CD version of the video game The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin.
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