Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

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The Amazing Spider-Man #276 (1986)


Rating: 4/5

Writer: Tom DeFalco
Artist: Ron Frenz

Spider-Man is just playing possum and jumps out of the way just in time to avoid Hobgoblin’s finger blasters. Hobgoblin escapes. Flash visits Sha Shan in the hospital then gets interviewed by a newswoman and calls Hobgoblin a coward. The Fly escapes from his mental hospital but gets shot down by some guy. Set up for a future story, I suppose. Spider-Man finds Hobgoblin again and they fight until Hobgoblin blows up a furnace. Spider-Man finds him and unmasks him only to find Flash Thompson. But the final panels reveal that the real Hobgoblin framed Flash and is still at large.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #086 (1984)


Rating: 2/5

Writer: Bill Mantlo
Artist: Al Milgrom & Fred Hembeck

Spider-Man is still wary of letting the Black Cat share his nighttime adventures due to the fact that she could die. But he decides to let her into his life completely. No secrets. He takes her to Daily Bugle to show her where he works, but the Fly swoops in and attacks Jonah for turning him into a bug. Something which happened in an annual long ago. Spider-Man rushes in and fights him and beats him. He then swings off with Black Cat to show her where he lives.

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #10 (1976)

“Step Into My Parlor…”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Bill Mantlo
Artist: Gil Kane

Spider-Man foils a hostage situation. Jameson hires yet another person to try and destroy Spider-Man. Similar to the creation of Scorpion, Jameson wants to create a superhero who can defeat Spider-Man. The scientist makes a Human Fly out of the kidnapper Spider-Man fought earlier. The nearly dead kidnapper threatens the scientist at gunpoint.

Human Fly kidnaps Jameson, wants a chance at defeating Spider-Man (revenge). Spider-Man beats the crap out of him and saves Jameson.

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