Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Larry Lieber

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Web of Spider-Man #25 (1987)

“Beware the Stalker From the Stars!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Larry Lieber
Artist: Larry Lieber

A war monger named Xanja from another planet gets hold of a powerful weapon, but on a conquest, the weapon is accidentally diverted to Earth. When he goes to retrieve it, another being named Vaalu from his world comes and stops him. Meanwhile Spider-Man’s caught in the middle.

Web of Spider-Man #20 (1986)

“Little Wars!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Larry Lieber
Artist: Larry Lieber

When Peter and Joy arrive in London, some terrorists accidentally set off their explosives early and don’t kill their intended target. But manage to hit a bunch of innocent bystanders. Peter and Joy go to their hotel rooms to prepare for a speech they’re covering the next day. Joy meets an informant to get info about Roxxon Oil’s connection to the terrorism. Peter goes out as Spider-Man and uncovers some info about the terrorists’ next plot. At the speech the next day, Peter is suspicious of some sewers and goes to check them out as Spider-Man and discovers the terrorists and a bunch of dynamite under the parliament building. He foils their plot and then Peter and Joy figure they’ve only scratched the surface and have to go to Ireland to uncover more info. Jonah hasn’t covered expenses for that, but they decide to go anyway.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #102 (1985)

“A Life For a Life!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Cary Burkett
Artist: Larry Lieber

A girl Peter meets on the bus is hit by a drunk driver after they get off. The hospital says she needs a kidney transplant from her twin brother to live. Spider-Man finds her brother just as he’s about to kill himself for unrelated reasons and tells him about the accident. He gives her the kidney and she lives. Spidey also fights and knocks out Killer Shrike and the police nab him.

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #05 (1968)

“The Parents of Peter Parker!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: Larry Lieber

Peter learns his parents were working for Red Skull and gets upset. He goes to investigate and finds out they were really spies for the U.S. government.

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #04 (1967)

“The Web and the Flame!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: Larry Lieber

Mysterio sets a trap for Spider-Man and The Human Torch by hiring them to be in a movie together and then attacking them. obviously, Mysterio’s plan doesn’t succeed.

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