Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

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Spider-Man #14 (1991)

“Sub-City: Part 2”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man fights past the inbreds and finds Morbius. Morbius was working on a cure for his vampirism with Dr. Strange, but gave up and became leader of the under dwellers. Morbius thinks the inbreds are bringing him bad people to feed on, but they only think they’re bad because they were from the city. Morbius leaves in disgust. Their old leader resumes his role. Spider-Man goes home.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #117 (1986)

“Dinner Hour”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Dwayne Turner

In this issue, neither Spider-Man nor Peter Parker make an appearance. The Black Cat goes to fight Dr. Strange for taking away her powers. He says they weren’t taken away, just changed. She returns home to find Foreigner and during their fight, she notices she can now see in the dark like a cat. They then stop their fight and Foreigner proposes the idea of killing Spider-Man, to which she agrees. Joe Robertson struggles with accepting that his son got married to a white girl without telling him. The kid with newfound powers who killed his dad last issue ran away and with those same powers kills some perverts who try to get him into their car then he accidentally blows up the power station. All this happens like an episode of 24 in the span of an hour, with the clock showing up in various frames.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #115 (1986)

“Things Fall Apart”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Mark Beachum

Spider-Man’s been having some real bad luck lately. He hasn’t been able to sell any pictures to the Bugle and he’s been messing up a lot during his battles with bad guys. He figures it must be the Black Cat and her bad luck power. He goes to Dr. Strange to see if he can get rid of the bad luck aura. Dr. Strange warns him that it could affect the source of the power. Dr. Strange performs some kind of magic on Spider-Man that gets rid of the aura. Meanwhile, Black Cat is on a job and gets clobbered by some goons. Her bad luck powers are gone.

The Amazing Spider-Man #109 (1972)

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“Enter… Dr. Strange!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: John Romita

Doctor Strange helps Spider-Man save Flash.

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #02 (1965)

“The Wondrous World of Doctor Strange!”

Rating: 2/5

Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: Steve Ditko

Spider-Man helps Dr. Strange prevent Xandu from gaining access to a wand that would give him the power to rule the world.

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