Appearing in "Aliens and Illusions!"Edit
Synopsis for "Aliens and Illusions!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Peter Parker, Debra Whitman, Aunt May, and Nathan Lubensky have all been captured by Mysterio and a group of aliens which Spider-Man faced in one of his early adventures. Mysterio has kidnapped Peter and his Aunt May to learn the location of Dutch Malones loot which was hidden in the old Parker home. However, Mysterio refuses to believe it when Peter tells him the money was long since eaten by silverfish. Mysterio tries to get the "truth" out of Parker by subjecting him to a series of special effects aimed to unnerve him, including a dummy of Spider-Man threatening him. This doesn't work, but Peter feigns passing out so that he's locked up alone, so that he can act as Spider-Man.
Breaking free as Spider-Man, Peter learns that the aliens are really actors who were only posing as aliens to throw off suspicions during their missions. He also finds that Mysterio has next chosen to terrorize Debra Whitman, and so Spidey goes to her rescue. With the help of Debora, and using Mysterio's own special effects (including a series of fake Spider-Men) Spidey manages to defeat Mysterio, knocking him out. He sends Debra to "free Peter" so that he can slip away and change back to his civilian identity.
Appearing in "The Menace of Gideon Mace!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Menace of Gideon Mace!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Having learned that Gideon Mace murdered his family as a plot against New York's super-heroes, the White Tiger tries to fight off Mace's men. White Tiger tries to fight them off, however they are too many. When he does eventually fight them off, Gideon Mace is ready and waiting with an automatic rifle. He guns down White Tiger in cold blood, marking Gideon's first victory against the cities heroes.
This story is continued next issue....
- This story retcon's Quinten Beck's first appearance to Amazing Spider-Man #2 as opposed to when he "originally" appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #13
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