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Appearing in "Dilemma!"Edit
- Artie and Sam (subway workers) (Final appearance)
- Ben Parker (Only in flashback)
- Burglar (Only in flashback)
- New York City
Synopsis for "Dilemma!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Spider-Man has made short work of the Smuggler and his gang, however the Smuggler breaks free for one more round of fighting. Spider-Man is able to defeat him when their fight takes them to a subway tunnel where the Smuggler lands on the third rail and is electrocuted into unconsciousness. Afterwords he turns them over to the police, and returns to his civilian guise of Peter Parker, where he picks up Debra Whitman for a double date with Aunt May and her new fiance Nathan Lubensky.
Peter struggles with coming to terms over Aunt May's new fiance, and reflects on the events that led to his Uncle Ben's death and his becoming Spider-Man. Their dinner is interrupted when their dinner is crashed when the waiters turn out to be aliens, and not just any aliens -- the very aliens who Spider-Man fought in one of his earliest adventures. They have come to capture May Parker to learn what happened to the loot of Dutch Malone.
They are all rounded up into the aliens ship where they are gassed, however Peter manages to shake off the effects of the gas and is shocked to see that the whole ordeal has been orchestrated by his old foe Mysterio. This story is continued next issue...
Appearing in "A Killer Elite!"Edit
- Lou Gunther
Synopsis for "A Killer Elite!"Edit
Continued from last issue... White Tiger and Blackbyrd continue to interrogate Lou Gunther to find out who murdered the White Tigers family.
Finally learning that the killer is an out-of-town power that is holed up in the South Bronx. Tracking down this hide out, White Tiger breaks in and attacks the men he finds there. However he is soon overpowered and knocked out by their leader, Gideon Mace, who has come to New York to strike out and eliminate it's population of super-heroes.
This story is continued next issue...
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