Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

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The Amazing Spider-Man #366 (1992)

“Skullwork!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Jerry Bingham

Peter is shocked about his parents. They tell him they were on a spy mission to infiltrate Red Skull’s organization, and when Red Skull put them on a plane, it was hijacked by Russian terrorists and the Parkers taken hostage. They jumped out of the plane. The bodies found in the plane crash rubble were two of the terrorists. Peter decides to do some digging to see if they’re really his parents. He seeks out Red Skull to ask him personally. He fights some goons who give him info, but it turns out it was a set up by Red Skull. And he sends Taskmaster after Spidey.

The Amazing Spider-Man #364 (1992)

“The Pain of Fast Air”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Mark Bagley

The Shocker tries to steal a device that will triple his shocking power. Spider-Man stops him. Also those mysterious folks sound ominous talking about their plans of visiting Peter. They also might be his parents.

The Spectacular Spider-Man #184 (1992)

“The Child Within: Aftermath”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Artist: Sal Buscema

Spidey meets Molten Man and tells him about Harry’s regression back to the Green Goblin and wants him to tells Liz. Harry returns home to tell his son that he has to leave for a bit, then Liz sees him in his costume as he’s leaving. Dr. Kafka is having a lot of progress with Vermin and via chemicals has even managed to transform him back into his human self for a bit. Spidey goes out to find Harry and stumbles upon Frog-Man.

Spider-Man #15 (1991)

“The Mutant Factor”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Erik Larsen
Artist: Erik Larsen

Peter and MJ discuss having children. Peter is for it, MJ is leaning more against it. Peter changes into Spider-Man and discusses what effect having super powers might have on pro-creation. Beast says it could range from birth defects, still born, death of the mother, or the child being a mutant. Peter and Beast then fight some monster that turns out to be a mutant toddler. Peter returns home and decide that it’s not the right time in their life for children.

Spider-Man #14 (1991)

“Sub-City: Part 2”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man fights past the inbreds and finds Morbius. Morbius was working on a cure for his vampirism with Dr. Strange, but gave up and became leader of the under dwellers. Morbius thinks the inbreds are bringing him bad people to feed on, but they only think they’re bad because they were from the city. Morbius leaves in disgust. Their old leader resumes his role. Spider-Man goes home.

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