Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

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Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #127 (1987)

“Among Us Lurks…A Lizard!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Len Kaminsky
Artist: Alan Kupperberg

Owl kidnaps Dr. Connors’ wife and son to make him give him the formula to regrow limbs. Owl’s spine is injured and his legs don’t work. Dr. Connors’ transforms into the lizard again, but this time has control over him. He beats up (and nearly kills) street thugs to find out where his family is. Spider-Man helps him get his family back.

Web of Spider-Man #26 (1987)

“Nothing to Fear…”

Rating: 4/5

Writers: Stefan Petrucha & Len Kaminski
Artist: Tom Morgan

Spider-Man stops some men trying to break into a train yard, but let’s one of them go after falling for a false sob story. He later finds out they stole $50,000 from a famine relief fund and finds them and gets them to confess to the authorities.

Web of Spider-Man #24 (1987)

“High $take$”

Rating: 3/5

Writers: David Michelinie & Len Kaminski
Artist: Del Barras

The Vulture tries to hassle some casino into giving him money. Spider-Man tries to stop him. Hobgoblin comes and saves Spider-Man and lets him go. Also, Spider-Man has another encounter with the mysterious unknown person that doesn’t trigger his spider sense.

Web of Spider-Man #23 (1987)

“Slip Slydin’ Away!”

Rating: 3/5

Writers: David Michelinie & Len Kaminski
Artist: Jim Fern

Slyde returns because he needs to steal more money to start up his business. He steals a briefcase full of money, but Spider-Man recovers it. Slyde gets away. Peter and Aunt May then go to Atlantic City and someone spots the Vulture.

Web of Spider-Man #22 (1987)

“Profit of Doom”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Len Kaminski
Artist: Marc Silvestri

There’s a war going on in Belfast between the Brits and some terrorist group called the Black Hoods and Peter and Joy drive right into the heart of it. They get kidnapped by some of the Hoods and find themselves tied up in a Roxxon Oil building. The whole war is a scheme to get the Brits to buy a new weapon Roxxon created that U.S. refused to buy. Peter and Joy escape and the scheme is kaput when a higher up in Roxxon blows up the helicopter carrying the creator of the scheme.

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