Appearing in "O, Bitter Victory!"Edit
- George Stacy
- Gwen Stacy
- Harry Osborn
- Mary Jane Watson
- Anna May Watson
- Aunt May
- Daily Bugle Staff
- New York City
- Peter Parker's Motorcycle
- Harry's car
Synopsis for "O, Bitter Victory!"Edit
Continued from last issue... While trying to stop the Kingpin's man, Dr. Winkler, from using a brainwash device on George Stacy, Spider-Man is attacked by the Kingpin. Their fight ends with Spidey being thrown into one of the machines, and the resulting jolt blurs his vision enough to make him ineffective in a fight, and so he flees. The Kingpin manages to complete his brainwashing and lets Stacy go. Stacy meets up with Gwen and Harry who are being told by Mary Jane about Spider-Man's appearance at the club; George alleviates any concern they have about what happened.
When Peter later tries to confront George as Peter Parker, Stacy attacks him, forcing Peter to defend himself. Gwen walks in on the situation, and her father accuses Peter of going mad and attacking him. Gwen won't listen to anything Peter says and demands that he leaves. When George is left alone again, he calls the Kingpin to advise him that Parker knows the truth. The Kingpin then sends some men after Peter, though when they arrive only Harry is at home, so they instead wreck Peter and Harry's apartment.
Deciding enough is enough, Peter decides to trail Stacy as Spider-Man and learn what the Kingpin has ordered him to do. Spider-Man photographs Stacy going into police headquarters and trying to steal top secret documents. However, he tries to stop them but is cold-clocked by Stacy, and they escape.
With evidence proving that George Stacy tried to steal these documents, Peter thinks over the moral dilemma he's in. He finally decides to sell the photos to the Daily Bugle, and Gwen is shocked to find the story on the front page, and that Peter was the one who took the pictures.
This story is continued next issue...
- This story is reprinted in Marvel Tales #43
- Page 3, Panel 3 bests fits the image on the cover.
- If you think our web-spinner's in trouble now, wait'll you see the new heart-rending hang-ups ahead, peerlessly presented by: Stan (The Man) Lee and Johnny (Ring-a-Ding) Romita
- With an admirable assist by: Dashing Donnie Heck + Mighty Mickey Demeo
- And the ever-lovin' lettering of: Swingin' Sammy Rosen
- references: Amazing Spider-Man #51
- Jonah must have not kept his promise a lot, because in the beginning of the series, JJ promised Peter that his name would be left out on any photos he took and Peter knows that JJ has been doing that.
George Stacy appeared last in Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 #59 (last issue)
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