Appearing in "Man on a Rampage!"Edit
- United States Of America
Synopsis for "Man on a Rampage!"Edit
The Master Planner who has been running experiments and stealing radioactive material is actually Doctor Octopus. Meanwhile, Peter Parker is delivering new photos for The Daily Bugle when he’s spotted by Betty Brant. Peter is conflicted by the fact that she loves him but hates Spider-Man and he decides the best thing is to make her angry so she forgets about him. Ned tries to reason with Peter, but he shoves Ned aside and to not burden Betty with his secret. After this, Peter goes to the hospital where he learns Aunt May is dying because of radioactive material in her blood. He figures that she may have received this from him during a blood transfusion. Feeling responsible for not only Uncle Ben’s death but now perhaps Aunt May’s, he’s determined to save her. He realizes Curt Connors may be able to help and he swipes a vial of her blood, and brings it to him for help. Pete raises money to get a serum called ISO-36 which may save Aunt May. As they prepare for its arrival, Dr. Connors is told that it’s been stolen and Spider-Man goes to track it down. Spider-Man tears up countless henchmen hideouts, throwing cars like toys, and finally finds a trap door in an alley. He follows Master Planner’s henchmen to an area where the ISO-36 serum sits unguarded. As he’s shocked off of the ceiling with electricity, he begins a fight with Doctor Octopus who is frightened by the intensity and strength Spider-Man now shows. As he hurls a rock at Doctor Octopus, he destroys a support beam and the entire lab comes crashing down. As he’s trapped underneath a huge and heavy iron unit weighing tons, drops of water come splashing on the canister of ISO-36, with the river slowly flooding the lab.
Appearing in "The Grandeur, The Glory, The Gargoyle"Edit
- TV 3-D Type Projector
- A Motorcycle
Synopsis for "The Grandeur, The Glory, The Gargoyle"Edit
Continued from Last Issue.....
Grey Gargoyle goes to Dr. Blake's office in the hopes that Thor will appear. He attacks Blake and attempts to turn him into stone, however Donald manages to escape to the roof of his office and change into Thor.
The two titan's battle takes them to the streets, where the Grey Gargoyle causes a nearby gas pump to explode, knocking Thor's hammer out of his grasp. When he fails to be able to lift Thor's hammer, he instead turns Thor into stone when the thunder god attempts to grab back his hammer. The police soon arrive with a flame thrower and chase the Gargoyle away. While the police are busy, the statue of Thor falls over, his hammer striking the ground, causing him to change back to Donald Blake.
Blake, now unable to change back into Thor until the Gargoyle's stone power wears off in an hour, decides to defeat the Grey Gargoyle in his mortal guise. Using his connections with the Avengers, Blake manages to obtain a projector camera from Stark Industries that allows him to project a 3-D image of Thor. Mounting the camera to a motorcycle, Blake travels around the city projecting an image of Thor in an attempt to flush out the Grey Gargoyle.
The Gargoyle takes the bait, but soon figures out what Blake is attempting to do and chases after him. Blake then tricks the Grey Gargoyle into driving off a pier and into New York Harbor, where the currant of a passing boat drags him out to sea where he sinks to the bottom.
The next day, changing into Thor, the thunder god stops by his doctors office to follow up on what happened to the cab driver. He learns that the cabby changed back to normal and that Blake is being hailed as a hero, the story of the Gargoyle's defeat making the front page of the paper. Satisfied Thor flies off into the sky.
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