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Appearing in "The Return of the Vulture"Edit
- Aunt May
- Daily Bugle Staff
- Flash Thompson
- Liz Allan
- Sally Avril
- Seymour O'Reilly
- Unnamed Prison Guards
- An unnamed doctor
- An unnamed jeweler
- Peter Parker's High School Classmates
- New York policemen
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Suit
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Spider-Man's Utility Belt
- Spider-Man's Belt Camera
- Anti-Magnetic Inverter
- Vulture's Wings
Synopsis for "The Return of the Vulture"Edit
Following his defeat at the hands of Spider-Man, the Vulture has been spending his time in prison secretly smuggling parts from the prison machine shop into his cell so that he can recreate his flying technology, this time correcting the flaw which caused his defeat last time. Perfecting the device, the Vulture breaks out of prison.
When Peter Parker hears about this break-out, he goes after the Vulture as Spider-Man. Hoping to use the same device that defeated the Vulture before, Spider-Man is shocked to find that the Vulture corrected the flaw in his device. The Vulture easily defeats Spider-Man, and Spidey injures his arm in the process, and has to come up with an excuse for it as Peter Parker.
Later when Peter is trying to sell his Vulture pictures to J. Jonah Jameson, the Vulture arrives demanding that Jameson give over the company's payroll. While Jameson argues with the crook, it gives Peter enough time to slip away and change into Spider-Man. He then battles the Vulture all over the Daily Bugle building. When Spider-Man attaches a webline to the Vulture, the Vulture takes him high above the city.
There Spidey uses his webs to pin the Vultures wings and the two begin to fall. However Spidey weaves a web parachute and saves them from harm. He then turns the Vulture over to the police. When Jameson cusses out Spider-Man for causing chaos in his newspaper, Spider-Man shoots webbing in his mouth before leaving to change back into his civilian guise. He then sneaks back into the office and "hide out" with Betty Brant as Jameson storms through the office trying to get the webbing off his mouth.
- The address of the Parker residence is given as "a quiet residential neighborhood in Forest Hills" in this story.
- Peter Parker eventually asks Betty Brant out for dinner in Untold Tales of Spider-Man # 3.
- This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.
- References: Amazing Spider-Man #2
- No trivia.
- Spider-Man last appeared in Untold Tales of Spider-Man # 2; he appears next in Iron Man: The Iron Age # 2.
- The Vulture last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man # 2; he appears (chronologically) next in Untold Tales of Spider-Man # 3. His next published appearance would be in Annual 1.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ The first story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:
- Marvel Tales Vol 2 4
- Marvel Tales Vol 2 144
- Essential Series Vol 1 Spider-Man 1
- Spider-Man Classics Vol 1 8
- Pocket Book Series Vol 1 Amazing Spider-Man 2
- Marvel Masterworks Amazing Spider-Man 1
- Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus Vol 1 1
- Epic Collection Vol 1 Amazing Spider-Man 1
- Spider-Man Collectible Series Vol 1 14
- Spider-Man Collectible Series Vol 1 15
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