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Appearing in "Beetlemania!"Edit
- Jack (cameraman) (Final appearance)
- Arnie (chopper pilot) (Only Appearance)
- Coach Barnstorm
- Jose Rivera (television reporter) (Only Appearance)
Synopsis for "Beetlemania!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Forced to fight on the defensive against the Beetle thanks to a surprise attack from the Gibbon, Spider-Man is having a hard time defending himself against his foes new armor. The Gibbon realizes what a fool he'd been trying to get revenge against Spider-Man tries to help him out, but only hinders things. Allowing the Beetle to knock Spider-Man into the sewers and take the Gibbon hostage.
Realizing that he's late for school, Peter returns to ESU and spends time with Gregory Salinger and they talk about his problems. He also briefly visits Debra, and sees that her new flame Biff Rifkin is there as well, and leaves when he learns that the police have the Beetle cornered.
Arriving one the scene, Spider-Man finds the police incapacitated by the the Beetle's traps, and that he has the Gibbon hostage. Spider-Man battles the Beetle, during that time the Gibbon is freed and he helps land the knock-out punch on the Beetle, turning him over to the police. Later, back in his civilian guise, Peter is shocked to find that the Gibbon is being hailed as a hero, while Spider-Man continues to get a bum rap.
Appearing in "The Birth of a Legend!"Edit
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Origin retold)
- New York City
Synopsis for "The Birth of a Legend!"Edit
A retelling of Spider-Man's origins, partially modernized for the times and expanded slightly, but more-or-less the same story a depicted in Amazing Fantasy #15. "Additions" to the original story, is Peter Parker fighting off some street thugs to learn he has super-powers, and he and Aunt May attending Uncle Ben's funeral. Some of the "modernization" of the story is mostly in characters attire, specifically Sally Avril's clothing, are similar clothing worn by teenager around the time this story was published (circa 1981).
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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