Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Bob McLeod

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The Amazing Spider-Man #294 (1987)

“Kraven’s Last Hunt, Part 5: Thunder”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Artists: Mike Zeck & Bob McLeod

Kraven feels a new sense of peace and happiness now that he has defeated Spider-Man in every way. He no longer feels any need to fight with him. He leads Spider-Man to Vermin, and then sets Vermin loose so they can fight for a final test. Just as Vermin is about to kill Spidey, Kraven stops him and tells him to go. Then he helps Spider-Man back upstairs and tells him to go follow his conscience. Spider-Man leaves, vowing to return. Kraven then shoots himself in the mouth with his rifle.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #113 (1986)

“Mayhem!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Bob McLeod

A while ago, one of Aunt May’s boarders named Ernie was on a subway when some punks tried to rob him. He shot them all and they went to jail. It was pretty awesome. Well now they’re out and they come to May’s house to take everyone hostage and rough up Ernie. Peter arrives, turns into Spider-Man, and takes them all out. Also, Black Cat continues her Robin Hood escapades.

The Amazing Spider-Man #267 (1985)

“The Commuter Cometh!”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Bob McLeod

Spider-Man spots some guy robbing a safe and chases him, but the guy gets away. But Spidey nabs him with a tracer. The next day, Spidey follows the tracer into the suburbs where the guy lives and runs into all kind of wacky sitcom-like antics before catching the guy.

The Amazing Spider-Man #220 (1981)

“A Coffin For Spider-Man!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Michael Fleisher
Artist: Bob McLeod

Moon Knight is back and teams up with Spider-Man to try and take down The Syndicate. Moon Knight is pretending to be a criminal and stealing things for some underground competition to become the new secretary for the Syndicate. As secretary, he would then have a file that would allow him to put away tons of high profile criminals.

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