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Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 600


Quote1 Dear friends and family, we are gathered here today to witness the sweet bonds of matrimony...between my father, John Jonah Jameson Senior, and his lovely bride, Ms. May Reilly Parker...two very young souls in two very old bodies... Quote2
-- J. Jonah Jameson performing the marriage ceremony

Appearing in "Last Legs"Edit

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Synopsis for "Last Legs"Edit

Doctor Octopus learns from a doctor that due to the beatings he received over the years has left him terminally ill and with only a year left to live. Four months later after he and Daredevil take down the Bar with No Name and get it shut down due to the owner Deke not having a liquor license, Spider-Man offers to let DD know who he is, since he knows DD's secret identity. DD admits Spider-Man has some strange power that prevents his heightened senses from identifying Spider-Man's real identity, but refuses, stating it is better for him not to know to help maintain this protection, since he had to deal with a tragic love life with most of the women he loved ended up either dead or incapacitated for knowing his secret identity.

For Peter Parker, he is preparing for his Aunt May's ceremony for her re-marriage to J. Jonah Jameson Sr., and invites his friends. Learning of the upcoming ceremony, Dr. Octopus kidnaps Jay with his new miniature Octopus drones. He then starts a connection from his underground base causing havoc within New York's computer network after making a public broadcast, but Spidey's teammates in the New Avengers arrive and deal with the chaos leaving Spider-Man track down Dr. Octopus. When Carlie Cooper and Norah Winters track down Octopus's signal from the drone they found in Jay's apartment and Carlie contacts Peter and mentions what they are doing, they are captured just as Peter urges her for both of them to flee. Meeting with the Fantastic Four who are working on creating a device to jam Octavius's signal, Mister Fantastic has Johnny Storm work on tracing the signal from Carlie's cell phone.

Arriving at the location the two quickly locate Octavius's signal and after freeing the girls and Jay, Spider-Man leaves it to Johhny to get them outside while he faces Dr. Octopus alone. Despite Octopus's tentacles and mini-drones, Spider-Man distracts him by forcing him to hold up a column while he takes Dr. Octopus' neural device and uses it disable Dr. Octopus's control of his tentacles. He then uses it to undo the damage that Dr. Octopus caused, but Dr. Octopus has his mini-drones cover Spider-Man, and though Johnny burns them off of him, Dr. Octopus had escaped in the confusion. Outside Spider-Man admits to the Fantastic Four and New Avengers that DD was right about the risks in exposing his secret identity, and though he is concerned that the neural device uploaded his secret identity into the city's computers, Reed Richards states he is handling that situation.

Afterwards Peter and Johnny with Michelle Gonzales and Carlie Cooper as their dates attend the wedding. After the vows are done and May throws her bouquet, it falls into the hands of a guest who has just arrived: Mary Jane Watson.

Appearing in "Amazing Spider-Man Covers You'll Never See! #1"Edit


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Appearing in "Identity Crisis"Edit

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Appearing in "Amazing Spider-Man Covers You'll Never See! #2"Edit


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Appearing in "My Brother's Son"Edit

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Appearing in "Amazing Spider-Man Covers You'll Never See! #3"Edit


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Appearing in "If I Was Spider-Man..."Edit

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  • A young boy's parents (Imagination)

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Appearing in "The Blessing"Edit

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Appearing in "Fight at the Museum"Edit

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Appearing in "Amazing Spider-Man Covers You'll Never See! #4"Edit


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Appearing in "Violent Visions"Edit

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  • This is the last story in the Marvel Index chronology for Spider-Man (2010).

Solicit Synopsis:

The greatest Marvel super hero of all celebrates his 600th issue with the biggest all-original issue of Amazing Spider-Man EVER! This one’s got it all! The return of Doctor Octopus, Daredevil, a wedding you never predicted, and the return of one of the most important people in Peter Parker’s life in a giant-sized lead story by Dan Slott and John Romita Jr. Doc’s back in town, but it’s only a prelude to darker days ahead as Spidey unknowingly prepares for a gauntlet he can’t even see coming. On top of all that, witness the return of one of Spider-man’s creators, Smilin’ Stan Lee (along with Masticatin’ Marcos Martin) as he presents a story of unbridled passion, drama and angst as Spidey reflects over his many, many years of adventures. But that ain’t all…as the rest of the Spidey Web-Heads bring you several short features showcasing some rarely explored aspects of both Spidey and Pete’s life, drawn by some of the greatest artists in comics. Plus, several other surprises and NO REPRINTS! 104 pages of goodness brought to you by some of the best creators that have ever worked on Spidey!


During the Last Legs story, when Spider-Man saves a pedestrian from falling he says "Everybody Gets One." This quote is usually stated whenever he appears on Family Guy as a parody.


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