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The Spectular Spider-Man #185 (1992)

“Another Fine Mess!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Artist: Sal Buscema

Spider-Man is invited to Frog-Man’s house for dinner. He goes and meets the family and some ridiculous super villains called The White Rabbit and The Walrus start causing mayhem in Frog-Man’s neighborhood to draw him out for revenge. Spider-Man goes to fight them and later Frog-Man (Eugene) and his father (Vinny) both show up in Frog-Man suits and help out. Obviously they win.

The Spectacular Spider-Man #184 (1992)

“The Child Within: Aftermath”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Artist: Sal Buscema

Spidey meets Molten Man and tells him about Harry’s regression back to the Green Goblin and wants him to tells Liz. Harry returns home to tell his son that he has to leave for a bit, then Liz sees him in his costume as he’s leaving. Dr. Kafka is having a lot of progress with Vermin and via chemicals has even managed to transform him back into his human self for a bit. Spidey goes out to find Harry and stumbles upon Frog-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man #266 (1985)

“Jump For My Love or Spring is in the Air”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Sal Buscema

Spider-Man saves a man from jumping off a building (committing suicide). The guy turns out to be The Toad and thinks they’re best friends now. Spider-Man brushes him off and Toad gets angry and sets a trap to show how much Spidey needs him. The Frog-Man hears about The Toad and thinks he’s a rip off. The Spider-Kid from a few issues back hears about this plot as well. When they all meet up, it’s chaos. Frog-Man and Toad fight each other. Then Spider-Kid comes and fights them as well. They all make up, though, and form a super team called the Misfits. Spider-Man is baffled by their bumbling stupidity.

The Amazing Spider-Man #247 (1983)

“Interruptions”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Roger Stern
Artist: John Romita Jr.

Spider-Man finds out about some gangs plans to steal something from an armored car. Frog-Man interrupts when Spider-Man tries to take down the gang and they get away. When he catches up with them, he finds out that Thunderball stole a crowbar that gives him back his power.

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