Appearing in "In the Hands of the Hunter!"Edit
- Aunt May
- Anna May Watson
- Mary Jane Watson
- Harry Osborn
- Gwen Stacy
- Flash Thompson
- Daily Bugle Staff
- Kraven the Hunter (Main story and flashback)
- Green Goblin (Main story and flashback)
- John Jameson (Cameo)
- Shocker (Mentioned)
- Norman Osborn's butler
- United States of America
- Goblin Glider (Only in flashback)
- Harry Osborn's Car
- Taxi cab
Synopsis for "In the Hands of the Hunter!"Edit
Having been stiffed out of payment for his last battle with Spider-Man by the Green Goblin because of the apparent demise of the Green Goblin, Kraven the Hunter decides to go after the "middle-man" that sought out Kraven when he was hired for the job: Norman Osborn (Kraven is unaware that the Goblin and Osborn are the same man and that Norman has no memory of his alter ego.)
Meanwhile, everyone is planning a going away party for Flash Thompson before he is leaving for the armed forces to fight in Vietnam. As Peter Parker and friends prepare for the party, Kraven tries to find Osborn, attacking his office and his home to try and find him. When this fails, Kraven decides to attack the party and kidnap Osborn's son Harry to try and ransom him off.
However, when Kraven appears, Peter sneaks away and changes into Spider-Man and battles Kraven. During the fight Norman Osborn arrives and is roped up by Kraven who demands payment. However, due to his selective amnesia pertaining to anything he did in his Green Goblin identity, Osborn has no clue what Kraven is talking about. When Kraven drops Osborn off a partially built sky-scraper, Spider-Man goes to his rescue. Kraven manages to escape, and Peter has to switch back to his civilian identity before his absence is noticed so he can't go after Kraven.
After everyone's settled down, Peter wishes Flash Thompson farewell, the two deciding to bury the hatchet and be friends.
Appearing in "Call Him...Destroyer!"Edit
Synopsis for "Call Him...Destroyer!"Edit
Continued from last issue...
Loki soon realizes that the Destroyer will do more than destroy the jewels that prove that he cheated at the "Trial of the Gods" but also destroy Thor as well. This realization also leads Loki to believe that Odin's wrath would lead to an investigation in Thor's death which would implicate himself as a mastermind. With this, Loki begrudgingly realizes that he will have to save Thor from the Destroyer. Seeking to trick Odin into stopping the Destroyer, Loki is horrified to find that Odin has entered the uninterpretable Odinsleep to recharge his powers. His attempts to rouse Odin are stopped by his royal guard and Loki is locked in the dungeon.
Back on Earth, the battle between Thor and the Destroyer rages on, with Thor constantly on the defensive, until he is trapped when the Destroyer briefly changes the floor into liquid and back to solidity once again trapping Thor in it. On Asgard, Loki attempts to break free of his cell, but is stopped once more and shackled as well. Finally, back on Earth, the Destroyer wanting to be returned to his own body sends a final mystical blast towards Thor, one he hopes will destroy the Thunder God.
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