Appearing in "Along Came A Spider"Edit
- Daily Grind
- Shirley Washington (Cameo)
- Trish Tilby (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Peter Parker (Mentioned)
- Mary Jane Watson-Parker (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Along Came A Spider"Edit
Venom busts Ann out of the local precinct and the new Spider-Man shows up to help stop him.
Appearing in "And Sat Down Beside Her!"Edit
- Ann Weying (Merged with Venom symbiote at last panel)
- Detective Steen
- Detective Clark
- Officer Bernardo
- Officer Martucci
- Officer Hogarth
- Trish Tilby
Synopsis for "And Sat Down Beside Her!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Suit
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Spider-Man's Belt Camera
- Bat Missile
- Asphyxiation Grenade
- Pumpkin Bomb
- Goblin Armor
- shotgun mike
Synopsis for "How Green Was My Goblin!"Edit
The Green Goblin is plotting his revenge against Spider-Man and plans to reveal his secret identity to the world. Meanwhile, Pete feels he’s coming down with something and visits Dr. Bromwell. During the visit the doctor tells Pete that Aunt May must not have any sudden shock or excitement to her or it could be fatal. As he goes to school, we see Harry Osborn being dropped off by his dad. When Harry asks if anything is wrong, his dad snaps angrily at him and Harry begins to worry. Pete sees what’s wrong and Harry starts confides in him his concerns much to the delight of Gwen Stacy. As Spider-Man webslings to clear his head cold, he finds a robbery in progress and starts to fight the gang of crooks. The longer he fights, the more suspicious he gets and finally is proven right when they hit him with a gas. This gas that Green Goblin has concocted prevents his Spider-Sense from working. As he exits the scene, he goes to change back to Peter Parker and the Goblin watches without being noticed. As the Goblin follows him home, he picks up his name on microphone and learns his true identity. The Goblin confronts him outside and begins his attack on Peter Parker. Pete fights to prevent Aunt May from knowing the truth but Goblin soon knocks Pete unconscious and wraps him in a steel alloy cable. As he has taken to the Goblin’s lair, Pete struggles against his bonds and since he’s confident in destroying Spider-Man, the Goblin reveals himself to be none other than Norman Osborn himself.
This is a UK title that features reprints of American Spider-Man titles.
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