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in: Comics, 1992, 1992, December Modern-Age, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, Mark Bagley/Cover Artist, David Michelinie/Writer, Mark Bagley/Penciler, Randy Emberlin/Inker, Bob Sharen/Colourist, Richard Starkings/Letterer, Danny Fingeroth/Editor, Al Milgrom/Writer, Aaron Lopresti/Penciler, Donald Hudson/Inker, Marie Javins/Colourist, Jon Babcock/Letterer, Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Appearances, Mary Jane Watson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Felicia Hardy (Earth-616)/Appearances, Max Young (Earth-616)/Appearances, Alistaire Smythe (Earth-616)/Minor Appearances, Charles Shaddock (Earth-616)/Appearances, Richard Parker (Simulacrum) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Mary Parker (Simulacrum) (Earth-616)/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, SoHo/Appearances, Queens/Appearances, Forest Hills/Appearances, Long Island/Appearances, Web-Shooters/Appearances, Spider-Slayer/Appearances, May Reilly (Earth-616)/Appearances, Philip Watson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Madeline Watson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Gayle Watson (Earth-616)/Appearances

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 371

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Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 371

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Appearing in "One Clue Over The Cuckoo's Nest"Edit

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Synopsis for "One Clue Over The Cuckoo's Nest"Edit

Part 4 of "Invasion of the Spider-Slayers." Black Cat demonstrates her new skills and powers in the Parker's apartment. She expresses a desire to resume her heroic adventures. Mary Jane is less than pleased to have her in their apartment. Later, Peter and Mary Jane are on a walk with his parents. Peter's suspicions that his parents are imposters are aroused when they fail to remember getting him a dog when he was young. Peter and Felicia continue their investigation into the manufacturing of the robots. They pursue a lead concerning Mendel Stromm, that of his assistant, MAX YOUNG. They learn that Young has escaped the mental institution he was committed to. As they leave, Spider-Man spots a small robotic spider that had been watching them. As the heroes realize that not only are the robotic spiders watching Spider-Man but they are transmitting his location to the attack robots. Simultaneously, the heroes are attacked by a monstrous hulking robot (See cover image). The multiple screens seem to indicate a correlation with MAX YOUNG, who also has multiple personalities. The heroes are unable to damage the robot, so Spider-Man manipulates the robot's multiple personalities to trick the machine into destroying itself. Now the heroes learn that the escape of MAX YOUNG, was masterminded by a one, ALISTAIR SMYTHE, the maker of the Spider-Slayers! At the close of the story, Richard and Mary Parker encounter a man they had seen earlier in the week who claimed to know them. Before they can speak, he points a gun at them and tells them to get into his car, they obey and the story closes.

Appearing in "Strained Relations"Edit

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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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