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Web of Spider-Man #94 (1992)

“Hobgoblin Reborn Part Two: Target Two”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Howard Mackie
Artist: Alex Saviuk

Hobgoblin finds Katzenberg at one of his apartments and Spider-Man and Moon Knight catch up with him there. One of Hobgoblin’s pumpkin bombs sets the building on fire and they fight it out in there. Eventually they get out, but Katzenberg is in bad shape. Spider-Man plans to deliver Hobgoblin to the police. The truck that’s transporting Demogoblin to the Vault stop at the sight of two people eating another person. It’s Troll and Hag, who proceed to eat the men driving the truck. Demogoblin is freed and teams up with Spidey’s Doppelganger. Venom was also in the truck and is now free and is angered that someone killed the innocent men driving the truck.

Web of Spider-Man #93 (1992)

“Hobgoblin Reborn Part One: The Test”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Howard Mackie
Artist: Alex Saviuk

Macendale (out of his Hobgoblin garb) tests his combat abilities on some of Foreigner’s men to prove that he still has what it takes. Foreigner says he owes him a great deal of money and says the debt is paid if he kills Moon Knight and Nick Katzenberg. Foreigner then tells Spider-Man about this to test Hobgoblin’s mettle. Spider-Man interrupts Hobgoblin’s attack on Moon Knight and once Hobgoblin thinks he’s killed MK, he flies off for Katzenberg. Spidey and MK go after him. Demogoblin sits in a high tech jail cell and calls forth Spidey’s Doppelganger.

The Amazing Spider-Man #357 (1992)

“Round Robin: The Sidekick’s Revenge! Part Five: A Bagel With Nova!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Al Milgrom
Artist: Mark Bagley

Spider-Man, Night Thrasher, and Moon Knight part ways and await contact from Nova. Punisher, in disguise on board the Secret Empire ship, frees Nova and they start fighting Midnight and the Empire goons. Nova contacts Night Thrasher, he contacts the others, and they all race to the Secret Empire headquarters in Queens. Darkhawk sees them and follows. They all show up to the party and there’s a big fight. Thunderball makes a new costume and joins in the fight. There’s a break in the fight and the nurse who helped Midnight before reveals herself to be a cyborg.

The Amazing Spider-Man #355 (1991)

“Round Robin: The Sidekick’s Revenge! Part Three: Total Eclipse of the Moon…Knight!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Al Milgrom
Artist: Mark Bagley

Spidey, Moon Knight, Night Thrasher, and Punisher catch up to Midnight at one of the branches of the Secret Empire. Not in time to rescue Nova. But a fight ensues with a large number of Secret Empire goons and the Seekers (Chain, Sonic, and Grasp). Spidey and the gang fail and the bad guys get away. Midnight brings Nova to the main HQ and they begin adding some enhancements to him. Secret Empire needs a new leader and Midnight secretly wants to take over. The operation on Midnight is painful and a nurse friend of his leaves. She tells a technician outside to plant something in his spinal column. He refuses at first but she does something (unknown to us) with her face and he fearfully agrees.

The Amazing Spider-Man #354 (1991)

“Round Robin: The Sidekick’s Revenge! Part Two: Wilde at Heart!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Al Milgrom
Artist: Mark Bagley

Spidey and Darkhawk save the civilians form the falling platform and part ways. Thunderball tours the Secret Empire facilities. He’s their new weapons designer. They want to build cyborgs as grunts and gather super villains to form a team. Thunderball says villains aren’t team players and suggests converting young super heroes. And specifically suggests Nova as a candidate. Spider-Man contacts Moon Knight and tells him his old sidekick Midnight is still alive. Midnight finds Nova and convinces him to go to the Secret Empire facility via trickery and deceit. On their way, Spider-Man catches up with them. Then Nova’s teammate Night Thrasher. Then Moon Knight shows up. Nova knows he’s been deceived by Midnight. Midnight knocks him out and flies off with him.

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