Appearing in "My Sweetheart...My Killer!"Edit
Synopsis for "My Sweetheart...My Killer!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Knocked into the Thames River by a bomb blast, the Thing saves Spider-Woman and brings her to shore. Indebted to him, she tells him of her forced servitude in Hydra, and agrees to help him rescue Alicia.
While the two criminals continue to search for their lost treasure -- which turns out to be stolen treasure stolen from British Treasury during World War II -- They have almost completed collecting the plates needed to assemble a map pointing out the location of the treasure.
Meanwhile, Hyrda exposes Alicia to the serum they synthesized based on Spider-Woman, and mutates her into a woman-spider creature and restore her sight technologically. Giving her order to destroy the Thing and Spider-Woman, Alicia attacks them and their battle takes them across the city of London, finally ending in a department store where the Alicia-creature catches Benin a spider-web.
This story is continued next issue...
- Spider-Woman recaps her origins again, they were first depicted in Marvel Spotlight #32 and later expanded upon in Spider-Woman #37 and Spider-Woman Origin #1-5.
- Due to the Sliding Timescale of Earth-616 as the timescale slides forward it becomes more improbably that Heinrich Buerer to have been active during World War II and still be in his middle age in the modern age without some sort of assistance. As of this writing[note 1] an official explanation has not been made.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ February 15, 2016
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