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Quote1 I require my own team. A superior team. Quote2
-- Spider-Man

Appearing in "A Day in Someone Else's Life"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Day in Someone Else's Life"Edit

An organized group of criminals attempt to maul a couple in an alley, but Cloak and Dagger soon arrive. Before the dup can fight them, Spider-Man arrives, causing the criminals to run. Cloak shouts at Spider-Man, as they had the situation under control, but then Spidey punches Dagger. Later Spidey is seen fighting Daredevil.

Seeing this on the news, Captain America informs the other Avengers that Spider-Man must be taken down for his recent attacks as well as his abnormal behavior over the past several weeks. In the meantime, Spider-Man is seen going after Gravity, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Ant-Man, each time with a big gun slung over his shoulder. The Avengers then arrive and start to attack Spider-Man, with Hulk and Thor eventually restraining him. Spidey tells Iron Man to not open his faceplate, but it is revealed that Stark is not even in the armor. Just then, Hyperion destroys the armor.

Spider-Man reveals to the Avengers that Hyperion is possessed by Carrion. Carrion has been jumping from hero to hero in order to conquer with a hero's body (which is why Spider-Man was attacking the other heroes). Spider-Man must shoot Hyperion if Carrion is to be defeated. He and the Avengers fight Hyperion, but they don't trust Spidey to fire the gun, as they think that the blast will also kill Hyperion (which is what they think Spidey wants). Spider-Man says it won't, and Cap gives him permission to use the gun. Spidey fires, defeating Carrion and saving Hyperion.

Though he has regained his trust in the Avengers, Spider-Man still does not see them as allies. He needs to have his own team, and it is revealed that he has captured several Sinister Six members in order to achieve whatever plan he is thinking of.

Meanwhile, Carrion is talking to the Jackal about some plans. Their first step: kill Spider-Man.

Solicit Synopsis:

• SUPERIOR SPIDER-MONTH JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT MORE SUPERIOR WITH A BRAND NEW ONGOING!

• CHALLENGE THEM, OF COURSE!


  • The original solicited cover featured Otto wearing his old Spider-Man suit, most likely to hide the fact that he would change his uniform in Superior Spider-Man #14.


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