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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.

The Amazing Spider-Man #282 (1986)

“The Fury of X-Factor!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Tom DeFalco
Artist: Rick Leonardi

J. Jonah Jameson hires the group X-Factor to find and capture Spider-Man. X-Factor consists of Cyclops, Beast, Angel, Iceman, and Marvel Girl (aka Jean Grey). X-Factor finds Spider-Man as he’s trying to look for Flash. They fight, but in Spider-Man’s weakened state, he ends up passing out. X-Factor realizes he’s not a menace and for some reason, doesn’t think he’s a mutant, and let’s him go and gives Jameson back his money. Joe Robertson finds some possible evidence in pictures that Flash might not be the Hobgoblin.

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