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The Amazing Spider-Man #350 (1991)

“Doom Service!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Erik Larsen

Dr. Doom wants a piece of the Black Fox because he stole a gem that belonged to Dr. Doom’s mother. Spidey fights Dr. Doom and Black Fox escapes. Dr. Doom gives Spidey 24 hours to retrieve the gem and find Black Fox. The man Fox sold the gem to fenced it to Carpathian who wants to use it to summon the dark cloud of microscopic insects that Thor threw into space last year. Spidey and Fox crash the party. Doom shows up and retrieves his gem. He punishes Fox by destroying the enormously expensive jewel he just stole. Spidey then takes Fox to jail.

The Amazing Spider-Man #349 (1991)

“Man of Steal!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Erik Larsen

The Black Fox steals a diamond that’s about to be unveiled by Raymond Trask. Spider-Man finds him but is duped into letting him go in exchange for the diamond. The diamond he gave Spider-Man is a fake and Spider-Man goes to find him again via spider tracer. Eventually Spider-Man has him cornered, but then Dr. Doom arrives.

The Spectacular Spider-Man #160 (1990)

“Acts of Vengeance: The Fear and the Fury (or the Metal in Men’s Souls)”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: Gerry Conway
Artist: Sal Buscema

Dr. Doom recovers some old government robot and sends it to destroy Spider-Man. The public now hates Spider-Man for all the destruction he causes. He gets fed up, destroys a few bridges, and then unleashes a ridiculous amount of energy and explodes the robot. Dr. Doom recovers it and says it absorbed some of the energy Spider-Man put out and he wants to tap it and become unstoppable.

Web of Spider-Man #60 (1990)

“Acts of Vengeance: The Harder They Fall”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Gerry Conway
Artist: Alex Saviuk

The vengeance committee sends Goliath (aka Smuggler) after Spider-Man. Dr. Doom gives him a device that makes him grow when absorbing the energy Spider-Man shoots at him. Spider-Man shoots energy out of his eyes. Spider-Man senses the rapid growth is causing strain on Goliath’s heart. Goliath picks up a Ferry and Spider-Man has no choice but to shoot him again and the strain is so much that he topples into the water. Also Puma continues his quest to settle his debt of honor with Spider-Man by upping his reputation via the Bugle.

Web of Spider-Man #59 (1989)

“Acts of Vengeance: With Great Power”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Gerry Conway
Artist: Alex Saviuk

Spider-Man is afraid to use his new powers until he can understand them. Dr. Doom sends Titania after Spider-Man and wants to know more about his new powers. After a long fight, Spider-Man sends a blast of energy from his fist that knocks Titania out cold.

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