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Appearing in "Dark Side of the Moon"Edit
- New York City
Synopsis for "Dark Side of the Moon"Edit
When the Man-Wolf appears in front of ESU and goes on a rampage, Daily Bugle photographer Lance Bannon is there to take pictures. Spying the situation while conducting an experiment in reductive genetics with Curt Connors, Peter Parker leaves to battle the Man-Wolf as Spider-Man. Man-Wolf manages to escape and flees to Kristie Saunders apartment, where the creature reverts back to John Jameson.
The next day, when Bannon brings the pictures to J. Jonah Jameson's office, Jameson throws Bannon out of his office when he realizes what Bannon has taken pictures of. Later Spider-Man drops in on John at Kristie's home and J. Jonah Jameson arrives shortly afterwards. After some harsh words for Spider-Man, they all agree to get John help from Curt Connors to try and find a way to cure him of changing into the Man-Wolf, as well as cure him of the Moon-Stones poisonous effects.
With Spider-Man around to fight off the Man-Wolf during points when John transforms int other creature, and also trying to keep the highly emotional J. Jonah Jameson and Kristie Saunders safe from putting themselves in undue danger from trying to get through to John when he's in his Man-Wolf form, Connors eventually comes up with a cure.
Using his regenerative genetics device, the procedure succeeds, but not before the Man-Wolf entity fights the cure and John goes through unstable transformations until he is ultimately cured. With John finally free of the curse of the Man-Wolf, Spider-Man leaves the two Jamesons and Kristie Saunders to rejoice, telling Connors that his findings should probably be published in a science fiction book rather than a science journal.
Appearing in "Aunt May's Photo Album!"Edit
- May Parker (Photo)
- Ben Parker (Photo)
- Anna Watson (Photo)
- Mary Jane Watson (Photo)
- Flash Thompson (Photo)
- Liz Allen (Photo)
- Ned Leed (Photo)
- Betty Leeds (Photo)
- Gwen Stacy (Photo)
- Harry Osborn (Photo)
- Nathan Lubensky (Photo)
- Alice Tucker (Photo)
- Nyra Siler (Photo)
- Peter Doman (Photo)
- Richard Thacher (Photo)
- Robert Hinds (Photo)
- William Oakes (Photo)
Synopsis for "Aunt May's Photo Album!"Edit
Pictures from Aunt May's photo album. It features pictures of May Parker in her prime; her wedding photo with Ben Parker; Early childhood photos of Peter Parker; Pictures of Peter's various girlfriends and friends; and special moments like the marriage of Ned Leeds and Betty Brant etc.
Appearing in "The Office!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Office!"Edit
A schematic of Peter Parker's office at Empire State University.
Appearing in "Peter's Pals and Gals"Edit
Synopsis for "Peter's Pals and Gals"Edit
A brief story the features a day in the life of the ESU teacher's assistants that work with Peter Parker, and how Peter is the butt of Steve Hopkins latest practical joke.
Appearing in "A Gallery of Spider-Man's Greatest Foes!"Edit
Synopsis for "A Gallery of Spider-Man's Greatest Foes!"Edit
Profiles on the following Spider-Man villains: Morbius, Gibbon, Jonas Harrow, and Hammerhead.
Dark Side of the Moon
- Spider-Man recounts how the Man-Wolf disappeared in a flash of light during their last battle. That was in Amazing Spider-Man #190. The Man-Wolf was transported to the Microverse as seen in Savage She-Hulk #13-14. This story also references the Man-Wolf's adventures in Other Realm. That happened in Marvel Premiere #45-46. This issue incorrectly references Marvel Premiere #41.
Aunt May's Photo Album
- The early photos in Aunt May's photo album are in black and white and depicts everyone in 30's era clothing. These depictions should be considered topical references per the Sliding Timescale of Earth-616.
- The various events in Peter's life are documented here:
- His graduation from high school, which happened in Amazing Spider-Man #28.
- Peter falling in love with Gwen Stacy. The two started seriously dating circa Amazing Spider-Man #59.
- Peter moving out on his own. This is possibly when he moved in with Harry Osborn in Amazing Spider-Man #46, or when he moved into his first apartment in Chelsea in Amazing Spider-Man #139.
- The marriage of Betty Brant and Ned Leeds. That happened in Amazing Spider-Man #156.
- Aunt May's protesting for the Grey Panthers and her subsequent heart attack happened in Amazing Spider-Man #176.
- Lastly her engagement to Nathan Lubenski, which was first identified in Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #49.
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