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in: Comics, 2002, 2002, August Modern-Age, Spider-Man and the Black Cat Vol 1, Joe Quesada/Editor-in-Chief, Terry Dodson/Cover Artist, Rachel Dodson/Cover Artist, Kevin Smith/Writer, Terry Dodson/Penciler, Rachel Dodson/Inker, Rachel Dodson/Colourist, Richard Starkings/Letterer, Comicraft/Letterer, Axel Alonso/Editor, Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Quotes, Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Appearances, Felicia Hardy (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hunter Todd (Earth-616)/Appearances, Tiffany Cummings (Earth-616)/Appearances, Garrison Klum (Earth-616)/Minor Appearances, Tricia Lane (Earth-616)/Minor Appearances, New York City Police Department (Earth-616)/Appearances, Donald Phillips (Earth-616)/Mentions, Harold (Earth-616)/Appearances, Earth/Appearances, United States of America/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, 86th Street/Appearances, SoHo/Appearances, SoHo Grand Hotel/Appearances, California/Appearances, Los Angeles/Appearances, Hollywood Hills/Appearances, Web-Shooters/Appearances

Spider-Man and the Black Cat Vol 1 1


Spider-Man and the Black Cat Vol 1 1

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Quote1 Whatsamatta, Elmer? No more bu-wetts? Duck season! Wabbit season! Th-th-that's all, folks! "Oh, 'dem dukes, 'dem dukes!" Quote2
-- Spider-Man

Appearing in "The evil that men do Part 1: What's new pussycat?"Edit

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Synopsis for "The evil that men do Part 1: What's new pussycat?"Edit

Spider-Man is looking for a missing woman named Tricia and investigating the death of Donald Phillips, an honor roll student who died from a heroin overdose, despite a lack of evidence that he had ever used heroin. Spider-Man confronts a drug dealer, and learns of Mr. Brownstone (a name that is itself a slang term for heroin), who is rumoured to molest teenaged boys, and a lackey, Hunter Todd.

The Black Cat, also looking for Tricia, meets up with Spider-Man. The two confront Hunter, whose girlfriend dies of a drug overdose. And the phone call which Hunter made earlier, the caller Mr. Brownstone himself hung up the phone before telling Spider-Man he is the one who made both of them overdose.

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  • Felicia's inner dialogue in this issue seem to imply that she is bisexual.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks

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