Appearing in "To Die a Hero!"Edit
- Daily Bugle Staff
- Mary Jane Watson
- Harry Osborn
- Gwen Stacy
- Flash Thompson
- Frederick Foswell (Death)
Synopsis for "To Die a Hero!"Edit
Spider-Man, who is unconscious, and J. Jonah Jameson have been captured by the Kingpin. The Kingpin decides they should both be eliminated and has them placed in a giant water tight chamber and begins to have the chamber filled with water. As the water rises, Spider-Man finally awakes and manages to break free from his bonds. Spider-Man creates an airtight web bubble for them to breathe in. Figuring his captives to be dead, Kingpin has the water drained, and Spider-Man goes on the attack. Spider-Man then frees Jameson and they try to find a way out of Kingpin's base. Jameson gets knocked unconscious, and Spidey locates the Kingpin and Foswell. Meanwhile, Flash returns from the war on furlough. While Spider-Man and Kingpin battle, Foswell sneaks out to find Jameson. Kingpin manages to escape and Foswell helps Jameson escape, but Foswell is shot by one of Kingpin's goons and dies saving Mr. Jameson's life.
Appearing in "The Power! The Passion! The Pride!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Power! The Passion! The Pride!"Edit
While trying to learn what happened to Jane Foster, Thor finds himself attacked by the recently revived Absorbing Man. As the battle rages, the Absorbing Man attempts to wrest Thor's hammer away, however the enchantment that makes it return to Thor whenever he throws it prevents this from happening. While, in Asgard, Loki watches the battle with eagerness however is briefly interrupted by Balder the Brave who has come to make sure that Loki isn't up to mischief, however Loki manages to convince the trusting Balder that he is not up to anything before resuming his watch of the battle between Thor and the Absorbing Man.
Back on Earth, the Absorbing Man attempts to gain the upper hand by absorbing the height and properties of nearby skyscrapers making him grow titanic in size.
This story is continued next issue...
- No trivia.
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