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Spider-Man #23 (1992)

“Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Six, Confrontation”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Erik Larsen
Artist: Erik Larsen

Gog knocks out Ghost Rider and Hulk. Then the Fantastic Four show up. Then Nova and Solo show up. Then Deathlok shows up. Then Hulk and Ghost Rider wake up and they all get to fighting the bad guys. There’s lots of epic battling and eventually Sandman comes back as pieces of broken glass and nearly kills Doc Ock. Vulture and Hobgoblin get away. Sandman is turned back into his sandy self. MJ talks to the producers and decides not to take the part in the movie because they only wanted her for her body and not her acting abilities.

Spider-Man #22 (1992)

“Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Five, The Sixth Member”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Erik Larsen
Artist: Erik Larsen

The Sinister Six test out the weapons they acquired in the other dimension. Then Dr. Octopus shatters Sandman (who he turned into a glass statue earlier) and they head off to take over a place called Hydra that has access to a bunch of weapons orbiting Earth. MJ got the part in the Arnold Schwarzenheimer movie with nude scenes and Peter’s angry about it, and MJ’s angry that he’s angry about it. Spider-Man then goes to Hydra to stop the Sinister Six and gathers Ghost Rider, The Hulk, and Sleepwalker on the way. They have a long fight and eventually Sleepwalker disappears because his alter ego is woken up. Ock then gets tired of the drawn out battle and releases the sixth member of their team: Gog.

Spider-Man #19 (1992)

“Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Two, Slugfest” & “Diabolique”

Rating: 4/5

“Revenge of the Sinister Six: Part Two, Slugfest”

Writer: Erik Larsen
Artist: Erik Larsen

Vulture, Mysterio, Hobgoblin, Electro, and Sandman start fighting Dr. Octopus. Ock turns Sandman into glass, then Spider-Man gets involved. The Hulk comes in and joins the fight as well. Doc Ock beats the crap out of Hulk and Spidey and throws them out of the building. The rest of the Sinister Six agree to temporarily join Ock as the police are coming. It was his plan all along and Electro was in on it. Ock plans to steal an arsenal of weapons from another dimension.

“Diabolique”

Writer: Terry Kavanagh
Artist: Scott McDaniel

Peter goes to a museum to take pictures for the Bugle. His spider-sense goes off and he comes back at night to investigate. The new exhibit is coming alive, and all the statues around it come alive and start fighting Spidey. He fends them off and then prepares to battle Diabolique.

Web of Spider-Man #70 (1990)

“A Hulk by Any Other Name…”

Rating: 4/5

Writers: Gerry Conway & David Michelinie
Artist: Alex Saviuk

Spider-Man takes the doohickey that zapped him back to New York and puts it in a storage locker. Betty and Jameson are furious for him leaving Betty like he did. He leaves the office, not feeling so well, and turns into Hulk on the roof. He calms back down and makes his way to the scientists lab and figures out what the device does. He retrieves it from some punks who stole it from his locker and zaps himself to suck the Hulk energy back out. He becomes normal again.

Web of Spider-Man #69 (1990)

“The Subtle Shade of Green”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Gerry Conway
Artist: Alex Saviuk

There are reports of some wild animal causing trouble in Connecticut. Peter goes there to take photos and Betty goes as his reporter. Peter changes into Spider-Man at a police barricade and follows his spider sense to find Bruce Banner and his wife. Some scientist zaps Banner, sucking out his massive energy. Banner turns into Hulk and beats on him. Spider-Man starts fighting Hulk. Banner’s wife accidentally activates the scientist’s device and hits Spider-Man with some kind of energy beam. Hulk beats Spider-Man to a pulp and leaves with his wife.

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