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- Don't even think of moving.
- -- Punisher
Appearing in "What If... The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man?"Edit
- Maria Castle (In a photograph only) (Dead)
- Lisa Castle (In a photograph only) (Dead)
- Frank Castle, Jr. (In a photograph only) (Dead)
- Gwen Stacy
- Miles Warren/Jackal
- Vulture (Death)
- Kraven the Hunter (Death)
- Shocker (Death)
- Scorpion (Death)
- Chameleon (Death)
- Dr. Octopus (Death)
- Electro (Death)
- Mysterio (Death)
- Beetle (Death)
- Green Goblin (Cameo)
- Hammerhead (Cameo)
- Lizard (Cameo)
- Kingpin (Cameo)
- Human Torch (Cameo)
- Power Man (Luke Cage) (Cameo)
- Daredevil (Cameo)
- The Cat (Cameo)
- Captain America (Cameo)
- Hawkeye (Cameo)
- The Thing (Cameo)
- Earth-58942 (Reality)
Synopsis for "What If... The Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man?"Edit
The story starts with the Punisher holding a gun to a man and telling him not to move. In flashback he thinks about how he was set on killing Spider-Man by the Jackal. As in the mainstream comics his first attempt to kill Spider-Man ended in failure. However, it did give Punisher insight on his enemies' spider sense. Using this information he makes a decoy Dr. Octopus and fills it with thirty pounds of plastic explosives. In this storyline Spider-Man is unable to escape the explosion and is killed. Learning that Spider-Man is just a college boy, Punisher realizes that he was used and goes out for revenge.
In the days that follow Punisher is pursued by most of New York's crime fighting community and has to spend most of his time in hiding. However, he is found by Spider-Man's enemies that throw a party in his honor. Punisher shoots and kills all of them. Later, during a newscast, Punisher hears Miles Warren speak and makes the connection.
Returning to the present, the police arrive to find that the Punisher is holding up Warren. They warn Punisher that if he kills Warren he'll be killed next. To this Punisher simply says, "See you on the other side Jackal."
- Cover art is an homage to The Amazing Spider-Man #129 (February 1974).
- This issue is a divergence of the events depicted in The Amazing Spider-Man #129.
- No trivia.
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