Appearing in "The Bedlam Perspective"Edit
Synopsis for "The Bedlam Perspective"Edit
Part 6 and the CONCLUSION of the "Invasion of the Spider-Slayers" A continuation from last issue, Peter is on a conveyor belt and is approaching a fiery furnace while his parents look on in horror. Richard Parker attempts to grapple with corrupt agent SHADDOCK. Their struggle brings them close to Peter on the conveyor belt, and one well placed punch combined with a little spider-strength, succceeds in knocking out the corrupt FBI agent. The FBI arrives outside, intent on arresting their rogue agent. Evidence comes to light that SHADDOCK has been an FBI agent for over 30 years, in which the entire time, the FBI never once had any indication that he was rogue. In exchange for the Parkers' discretion regarding this embarrassment, the FBI agrees to assist Peter in locating ALISTAIR SMYTHE. The FBI utilize circuitry taken from a destroyed spider-slayer and are able to triangulate SMYTHE's location. Spider-Man steals inside of SMYTHE's lair and learns that SMYTHE has kidnapped various technical scientists and is forcing them to help him build Spider-slayers. Spider-Man openly challenges the mad scientist. After defeating numerous minions, some mechanical and some human, our hero faces ALISTAIR SMYTHE himself. Having transformed himself into a cybernetic killing machine, SMYTHE is more than a match for Spider-Man. Their battle, epic in nature and expansive in scope, destroys much of the installation. SMYTHE by virtue of sheer might, gains the upper hand and has Spider-Man completely at his mercy. One of the kidnapped scientists approaches SMYTHE and begs him not to kill the web-slinger. SMYTHE, in a fit of rage, turns his raw power on the hapless scientist. Spider-Man, observing another innocent suffering from SMYTHE's evil, becomes enraged. Reaching deep into his reserves, Spider-Man attacks SMYTHE with savagry and quickly incapacitates him. Having recoverred from his epic ordeal, Spider-Man celebrates victory by attending a high-end restaurant for an expensive dinner with his wife, Mary Jane Watson-Parker.
Appearing in "The Getaway Scream!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Getaway Scream!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Part 6 of 6 of "Invasion of the Spider-Slayers" series
- Came out in Late January
- "The Getaway Scream!" is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- The Spider-Man image in the cover is used in the pinball stage from the Sega CD version of the video game The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin.
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