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Spider-Man and the Black Cat Vol 1 3


Spider-Man and the Black Cat Vol 1 3

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Quote1 Hey, where's your silly suit,Scorpia? "Silly suit Scorpia." Try saying that five times, fast. Quote2
-- Spider-Man

Appearing in "The evil that men do Part 3: Hate crimes"Edit

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Synopsis for "The evil that men do Part 3: Hate crimes"Edit

Spider-Man and Black Cat learn that Scorpia was hired by Alberto Ortega, the head of a local drug syndicate, to assassinate Klum. Klum kills the Ortega gang via heroin overdoses. Black Cat leaves Spider-Man after a disagreement on how to handle the case. When she confronts Klum herself, it is revealed that he was a mutant as he uses his powers to teleport a small quantity of heroin directly into her heart. He then starts cutting open her costume with the intention of raping her.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks

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