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Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 9


Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 9

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  • Smithville News-Van

Synopsis for "The Twilight Heroes"Edit

Spider-Man keeps the monstrous man off guard long enough for the Thunderbolt to escape. Peter tries to convince Roxanne not to publish the photos of the Thunderbolt's secret identity as it will ruin him, but she refuses. The Thunderbolt tries on a last ditch effort to prevent Roxanne from publishing the photo by staging her "rescue". Spider-Man puts a stop to it in time for them to confront the enraged madman. The madman defeats Spider-Man and attacks the Thunderbolt. The disgruntled madman realizes that the Thunderbolt is just your average Joe and isn't set on ridiculing him. Despite everything that has happened, Roxanne publishes her photos. The Thunderbolt couldn't handle it and commits suicide. Roxanne is eager to report on the suicide as well.

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