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Appearing in "Return to Sender"Edit
- Gwen Stacy "clone" (Origin revealed)
- Mary Jane Watson Parker
- Young Gods
- Junipur (First appearance)
- Katos (First appearance)
- Betty Brant (Behind the scenes)
- High Evolutionary
- The High Evolutionary's Purifiers
- Professor Quint (First appearance)
- Dr. Stack (Mentioned)
- Aunt May (In a photograph only)
- Professor Miles Warren (Only in flashback)
- Vodu (Mentioned as Zulu gods)
- New York City
- Newark (Mentioned)
- Somewhere under the ocean
- Somewhere near the core of the Milky Way galaxy
- New Orleans (Mentioned)
- Los Angeles (Mentioned)
- Chicago (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Return to Sender"Edit
Spider-man gets to an action scene against the Purifiers sent by the High Evolutionary to capture the clone of Gwen Stacy, and he meets her. But she runs because is scared of Spider-man! Peter gets home depressed and explains everything to MJ, who believes he still loves Gwen. Then the clone appears but runs again when she sees the Spider-man suit below Peter's cloths. Spider-man follows her and catches her but then the Purifiers kidnap her again and teleport themselves to the High Evolutionary submarine.
But Spider-man is able to teleport with them and fights the Purifiers until the Young Gods appear. In the following battle, Spidey achieves to get Gwen and frees her from a machine where the High Evolutionary was studying her DNA. Then he explains them that she was not a real clone of Gwen Stacy: Dr Warren kidnapped another girl, Joyce Delaney, and mixed up her DNA with Gwen Stacy's.
Spider-man and the formerly-known-as-the-clone-of-Gwen-Stacy escape and she gets her memories as Joyce Delaney back (and forgets everything about Peter, Spider-man and her life as Gwen Stacy's clone) thanks to the Young God Daydreamer.
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Appearing in "Opposing Forces"Edit
- Heimdall (Mentioned)
- Katos (Mentioned)
- Junipur (Mentioned)
- Algonquin gods (Mentioned)
- Norse gods (Mentioned)
- Ancient robotic being (Only Appearance) (Destroyed)
- Israely Army Patrol
- Palestinian teenagers protesters
- United States of America
- Ottawa (also as "Ottowa")
Synopsis for "Opposing Forces"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The High Evolutionary (Part X): The Son of Earth"Edit
- The High Evolutionary's Asteroid
Synopsis for "The High Evolutionary (Part X): The Son of Earth"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is chapter ten in the "Evolutionary War" saga.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.
- First Annual of the series without the "Peter Parker" prefix on the cover copy.
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- Amazing Spider-Man (Volume 1)
- Amazing Spider-Man (Volume 2)
- Sensation Spider-Man
- Spectacular Spider-Man (Volume 1)
- Spectacular Spider-Man (Volume 2)
- Spider-Man Unlimited (Volume 1)
- Spider-Man Unlimited (Volume 2)
- Web of Spider-Man
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