Appearing in "From the Depths of Defeat!"Edit
- Harry Osborn
- Aunt May
- Anna May Watson
- Daily Bugle Staff
- Mary Jane Watson
- Gwen Stacy
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Vulture's Wings
- Kraven's double-barrelled ray (Destroyed)
- Blackie's helmet (Final Appearance)
Synopsis for "From the Depths of Defeat!"Edit
Continued from last issue... Following his defeat at the hands of the new Vulture, Peter returns to his apartment which he shares with Harry Osborne. His health hasn't improved for the better and forces himself to rest up until he gets better. He is visited by his Aunt May, Mary Jane, and Gwen Stacy while he's recuperating.
Meanwhile, hearing about the Vulture's defeat of Spider-Man, Kraven becomes furious that he was denied his right to defeat the wall crawler and vows to hunt down this new Vulture and make him pay. The Vulture meanwhile, is taking advantage of the absence of Spider-Man in order to commit as many crimes as possible. However, his activities bring him into conflict Kraven.
Hearing of the two clashing super-villains, Peter forces himself out of bed and out to fight them in spite of his illness. With Spider-Man getting in the middle of the Vulture and Kraven's fight, the two villains turn their attention to Spidey. However, their inability to work together and their desire to get revenge on Spider-Man work against them. The Vulture is downed by Kraven's tranquilizer rays, after the Vulture is defeated, Spider-Man is able to easily defeat Kraven and webs the two of them up. He leaves them for the police to pick up, but not before snapping some pictures for the Bugle.
Peter returns to his room, and when his doctor checks him out he gives Peter a clean bill of health.
Appearing in "The End of the Power!"Edit
Synopsis for "The End of the Power!"Edit
Continued from last issue....
The Destroyer is about to use it's disintegration ray but hesitates, knowing that if he was to destroy his human body he would be trapped in the Destroyer armour forever.
Back in Asgard, Loki manages to communicate with Karnilla the Norn Queen whom he asks to aid him in rousing Odin from the Odinsleep. Karnilla is convinced and she uses her mystical powers to rise Odin from his rest, and the All-Father instantly knows that Thor is in trouble and contacts him to tell him that he will return the Destroyer's soul back to his body. Caught in a stalemate, the Destroyer complies and his soul is returned to his body. However, the man knowing full well that Thor cannot harm a human being makes another attempt to possess the Destroyer armour. However, Thor causes the temple to collapse and carries his would-be killer to safety. With the temple destroyed, Thor presumes that he Destroyer armour is lost to anyone who might exploit it's destructive power.
With the threat of the Destroyer ended, Odin correctly suspects Loki's treachery and punishes him to work under Ularic, the royal Warlock until further notice. Although Loki complies with this command, he vows to get revenge and begins thinking of new schemes to get revenge against Thor.
While back on Earth, Thor lets the explorer who nearly killed him go free, and tries to use his hammer to fly back to America but finds that his hammer has been damaged in the battle. Needing to access a forge to fix his damaged weapon, Thor uses one of the Norn Stones that he had collected to levitate himself back to the States. While back on Asgard, Loki is working under Ularic, where he quietly feels nothing but indignation for being treated as a mere wizards apprentice and continues to plot his revenge.
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