- Whatever concerns voodoo concerns me, Dolt... and you will find by the way that I do not die easily!
Appearing in "Moondog Is Another Name for Murder!"Edit
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
- Brother Voodoo (Jericho Drumm) * (Possessed by the spirit of Daniel Drumm )
Synopsis for "Moondog Is Another Name for Murder!"Edit
While web-slinging through the city, Spider-Man sees a young woman being attacked by a group of men in Voodoo garb. Fighting off the attackers, he is joined by Brother Voodoo who helps win the fight in their favor and the girl is saved. Brother Voodoo explains that they are agents of Moondog the Malicious, someone whom Brother Voodoo has been tracking after he had left New Orleans.
Learning that the woman attacked was an actress who was rejected for a role in a play about Voodoo, the two heroes begin their search for Moondog. Having tacked down Moondog and his followers to a warehouse, the two heroes attack but are soon captured and tied to stakes that are lit aflame.
Brother Voodoo's immunity to fire saves him, and Spider-Man wraps himself in protective webbing until the fire burns down. The two then free themselves and battle off Moondog and his men. In the climax of the battle, Moondog apparently snaps out of a trance and doesn't remember anything that has happened, claiming that he is an accountant.
Before departing, Brother Voodoo explains that the man was possessed by one of the Lao spirits.
- This issue contains a letters page, Mail It to Team-Up. Letters are published from Bart DePietro, David Charles Loney, George Hyde, Jerry Hunter, and Stephen Read.
- The letters page also contains a 1/3 page color ad for Giant-Size Fantastic Four #2.
- No trivia.
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