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Appearing in "Wild Blue Yonder Part 2 of 6"Edit


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    Appearing in "Auto Motives"Edit


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  • Loads of fruit pie

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Synopsis for "Auto Motives"Edit


Spider-Man has come to the George Washington Bridge, the place where Gwen Stacy was killed, to "talk" to her about all the things that have been happening in his life recently. Among all the various threats he has faced recently, he mentions how he was approached by the advertising firm of Carter and Lombardo who have funded his construction of a Spider-Mobile as a marketing gimmick for a new motor. Although Peter thinks the idea is stupid, he could use the money. However the entire experience has gotten him feeling like his old self again, and he has a great new opportunity coming up. With his talk over, Spider-Man swings off into the city.

Later, at the Fantastic Four's Baxter Building headquarters, the Human Torch is trying to hit on Nina Pushkin, a physicist that has taken a job as Reed's lab assistant. His advances are brushed off until Reed calls her into his lab. He introduces her to his newest assistant, Peter Paker. Nina and Peter hit it off as they are familiar with each others work. Johnny is surprised to see Parker at their headquarters and to learn that not only is he lucky with women, but he is a genius as well. In the lab, Mister Fantastic shows off his newest invention, a gravity localiser that allows whatever it's trained upon to negate the laws of gravity. After his demonstration, Reed locks the device in a special safe in order, giving Peter the pass-code. After the end of the day, Peter and Nina head out, and she is seemingly happy to have met him.

However this is only a pretence, she soon heads to an abandoned warehouse where she meets her employer, the Red Ghost and his Super-Apes, who has hired her to spy on Richards so he can steal his the device. The next day, Peter is at the Daily Bugle telling Joe Robertson about Reed's invention. However Robinson is at a loss why Peter doesn't have any new Spider-Man photos for them. Peter admits that he has actually come to talk. He confides in Joe about how George Stacy told him to take care of Gwen and wonders if it's his fault for not being able to save her. Joe tries to tell Peter that the only people responsible for her death were the Green Goblin and Spider-Man. Joe suddenly notices that Peter left while he wasn't looking.

Back at the Baxter Building, Johnny is working away on a car fuming over how he's been rejected by Nina. However his thoughts about Nina, and Crystal are interrupted by the arrival of Spider-Man who has come to take the Torch up on the driving lessons he promised. Out on the road in the Spider-Mobile, Johnny realises -- to his horror -- how bad Spider-Man is at driving. They are soon pulled over by the police who tell the two heroes that Stilt-Man had just robbed a jewellery store. They try to pursue Stilt-Man, but he manages to get away while they are stuck in traffic. Pulling over to get some snacks, they see a television report about how Daredevil managed to stop Stilt-Man. When they go back out they find that someone has boosted the Spider-Mobile, much to the Torch's continued aggravation. When Johnny makes a comment about being "driven off the wall", it gives Spider-Man some inspiration.

They go back to the Baxter Building, where Spider-Man installs the gravitational localizer that will allow the Spider-Mobile to drive up walls. While they are working, they begin talking about girls. Johnny mentions how Crystal was forced to return to Attilan, while Spider-Man confides that the love of his life is dead. When Johnny tells the wall-crawler that he doesn't have to be a super-hero all the time, Spider-Man explains that he can't stop.

After they are finished their work, they take the Spider-Mobile out for a test drive. It's about this time that Nina and Red Ghost break into the Baxter Building to try and steal the localizer. When they find it gone they soon discover where it went when they witness news reports about Spider-Man and the Torch driving around town. The Red Ghost and his Super-Apes then ambush the two heroes out on their joy ride. However their attempts to steal the Spider-Mobile are foiled thanks to the Super-Ape's love of fruit pies. With the Red Ghost incapacitated with the localizer, Reed and SHIELD are called in to collect the Red Ghost and his apes. They explain the situation to Reed, and when he wonders how they got the code to the lock, Spider-Man tells him that Peter Parker gave it to him. Although Spider-Man finds out his alter-ego will get fired, he convinces Mister Fantastic to let him drive around on the side of the Daily Bugle building before returning to localizer.

Appearing in "Wings of Vengeance!"Edit


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Adrian Toomes has turned up in a retirement village in the southwest. While out buying the morning paper he comes across an issue of the Daily Bugle with a front-page story about Spider-Man. He isn't surprised to see that his longtime foe has made the front page once again. As he heads back to his modest home, he makes small talk with his neighbors he thinks about how his generation lacks the ambition. Back in his home, he thinks about how his time here has been very profitable due to the fact that there are not any superheroes around to stop him from his thefts as the Vulture. His moving to this village is a stroke of genius on his part, as the authorities wouldn't think to look for hi min a retirement village. He finds it too bad Spider-Man is still alive, noting that Doctor Octopus appears to have given him a hard time. Flipping through the paper, Tooms is shocked to see an advertisement for a high-tech expo sponsored by Bestman Electronics. Furious to see that Bestman is back in business, Adrian calls a travel agency to book the next available flight to New York City.

Hours later in New York City, Peter Parker is tossing and turning in his sleeping. He is having a nightmare about being attacked by Doctor Octopus and the Owl. The attack is suddenly interrupted by the Black Cat who tells Spider-Man that they are gone before turning into a skeleton. Suddenly, the Hobgoblin appears in his dream and gives him chase. Lastly, he is confronted by the Gladiator who slices the wall-crawler open. That's when Peter wakes up screaming. Turning on the light, Peter discovers that the bulb has burnt out. Climbing up onto the ceiling, Peter changes the bulb and thinks about his recent battles with Doctor Octopus, the Hobgoblin. When Peter looks out his blinds he is upset to see that he slept through the entire morning. Peter decides to web-sling into Queens to pay a visit to his Aunt May and changes into Spider-Man. Not long after Peter has left, Amy Powell is trying to call on Peter, only to learn from his neighbor -- Joseph Pincus -- tells her that he is not home and that he is always on the go. Powell is not surprised by this as she has been trying to get some time with him for some time.

Meanwhile, the Vulture has arrived in New York City and flies to the tech expo where he intends to make Gregory Bestmen regret ever being born. At that moment, Spider-Man swings past the General Techtronics Building, the place where he was bitten by the radioactive spider that gave him his powers. He then swings past Midtown High School, prompting to him to think about the hard times he had in high school, particularly from Flash Thomspon. Eventually, he arrives outside the home of his Aunt May where he changes into his street clothes up in a tree. Aunt May is happy to see him and she tells him that the day is full of surprises as she had learned that Anna Watson is coming to visit him. Whiles Aunt May goes into the kitchen, her fiancee Nathan Lubinsky shows off the new television he purchased. Just then news coverage of the tech expo is interrupted by the arrival of the Vulture. Seeing this footage, Peter abruptly leaves and changes into Spider-Man to face his longtime foe.

When Spider-Man arrives on the scene a police strike force led by Lieutenant Kris Keating has set up a perimeter around the expo but the Vulture has locked himself inside the facility. Keating is not happy to see Spider-Man at the scene but allows the hero, but the wall-crawler convinces the officer to let him try to stop the Vulture first. Inside, the Vulture is trashing the expo demanding that George Bestman surrenders to him. Bestman horrified that Adrian Tooms was back to terrorize him again. Spider-Man tries to get the drop on the Vulture, but the villain shakes him off. The Vulture then surprises Spider-Man by grabbing military grade munitions that are also on display and begins tossing explosives at him. He then activates a number of military drones to attack Spider-Man. The wall-crawler easily smashes these devices, but this distraction allows the Vulture to activate a direct current generator, keeping Spider-Man on the defensive.

While Spider-man is busy shutting it off to protect the crowds, the Vulture finds Bestman and captures him. When Spider-Man tries to stop him, he is shocked by the generator. Flailing in the air, he tries to latch on to George Bestman. In a panic, Besteman kicks Spider-Man in the face. With his hero down, the Vulture gloats that he will finally get his revenge and flees with Bestman as his prisoner.

This is a UK title that features reprints of American Spider-Man titles.


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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks