Appearing in "Book four"Edit
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Main story and flashback)
- J. Jonah Jameson (Last appearance)
- Mary Jane Watson (Only in flashback) (Last appearance; illusion)
- Aunt May (Last appearance; illusion)
- Uncle Ben (Last appearance; illusion)
- Sinner Six (Disbands)
- Reign (Disbands)
- Sandman (William Baker) (Death)
- Mayor Waters (Apparent death)
- Masked youths/Kids (Last appearance)
- Tower (Last appearance)
- The detonator from Sandman (Only appearance; explode)
- Mary Jane Watson-Parker's tombstone
- Venom Symbiote (Death)
Synopsis for "Book four"EditThe unconverted population use bells to drive the symbiote invasion back, and Sandman decides to go back to the good side of the law when the Reign attacks and later kills his daughter, Susie, whom he had never met before.
Spider-Man defeats the remaining members of the Sinner Six and battles Venom, and it quickly looks like this will be his last fight. Sandman comes at the last minute, gives Peter a detonator telling him that the six of them were implanted with detonators that would explode if they ever disobeyed Waters' orders. Peter activates the detonator causing the Six to explode, and killing Venom in the process.
After Venom and the Reign are destroyed, Jameson reports that all crime levels are back where they were years ago, but heroes have grown at the same rate. Peter in silhouette visits Mary Jane's grave, he states that he will join her in peace one day, but until then, he has "responsibilities".
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• A searing vision of Spider-Man’s future, brought to you by rising star Kaare Andrews (INCREDIBLE HULK). He was hiding in plain sight, waiting to dash the spark of hope whenever it came. Venom is back and you won’t believe how he’s changed. For Peter Parker, it all comes down to this. How much fight does he have left in him? Who can he turn to if he can’t do it himself?
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