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The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #24 (1990)

Rating: 4/5

“Quark Enterprises, or Honey, I Shrunk the Non-Mutant Super Hero”

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Gil Kane

Peter goes to a science convention. Ant-Man (Scott Lang) also goes to the convention. Ant-Man and Peter change into their costumes right near each other. Peter accidentally gets a whiff of Ant-Man’s shrinking gas and becomes ant sized. After a while of battling insect killers, Spider-Man gets Ant-Man’s attention. Ant-Man sprays Spider-Man with enlarging gas but it doesn’t do anything.

“The Mercy Bomb”

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Steve Ditko

Solo is going after a terrorist in Barcelona named Mendoza. He kills him.

“A Time to Choose”

Writers: Tom DeFalco & J.M. DeMatteis
Artist: Mike Zeck

Sandman watches a hockey game with Ben Grimm (The Thing) but is late because police give him trouble. Sandman doesn’t want to return to his life of crime. Wizard and Trapster break out of prison and have plans to reform the Frightful Four (which includes Sandman).

“Peter and MJ’s New Pad”

Writer: Dan Cuddy
Artist: Eliot Brown

Schematics for Peter and MJ’s new loft apartment.

“Amazing Fantasy”

Writer: Tony Isabella
Artist: Steve Ditko

Scott Lang (Ant-Man) is woken from sleep by a mind control command to put on his suit and shrink down. Some ants take him to the Scarlet Beetle who reveals that he wants to use Ant-Man’s helmet to control humans. He can only control one at a time for a short time at the moment. Scott escapes and wakes up back in his bed.

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #03 (1966)

“…To Become an Avenger!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: John Romita

The Avengers want Spider-Man to join, so make him take a test. A test of bringing in the Hulk. Spider-Man intentionally fails the test because he sees the Hulk change back into Bruce Banner and sees he’s not a really bad guy. The members of the Avengers in this issue are: Iron Man, Captain America, Hawkeye, Ant Man, The Wasp, and Thor.

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