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Spider-Man #5 (1990)

“Torment: Part 5”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Everybody’s still alive. The poison should’ve killed Spider-Man by now, but he persists. He eventually defeat Lizard with a chain and Kraven’s girlfriend leaves, defeated. Spider-Man leaves and goes back home to MJ.

Spider-Man #4 (1990)

“Torment: Part 4”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man was hallucinating about seeing Kraven. It was actually Kraven’s old girlfriend, Calypso, standing before him. She takes him back to the house where she’s performing her evil deeds. Spider-Man eventually musters enough strength to break his binds and attack The Lizard. Some fire hits a ruptured gas line and the house explodes.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #065 (1982)

“The Heart is a Lonely Hunter”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Bill Mantlo
Artist: Bob Hall

Kraven again seeks to defeat Spider-Man with the help of his love Calypso. While Kraven and Spider-Man are fighting, Calypso shoots a drugged dart into Spider-Man’s ankle that causes him to hallucinate and see terrifying imagery. Kraven is upset that his defeat of Spider-Man is only due to drugs and scolds Calypso. Spider-Man jumps off the roof, still disoriented. Kraven doesn’t want Spider-Man to die like this because he wouldn’t feel honorable. He jumps off after him. A police car comes by and Kraven is arrested. Spider-Man flees and the drugs begin wearing off.

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