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The Amazing Spider-Man #324 (1989)

“The Assassin Nation Plot, Part Five: Twos Day”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Erik Larsen

Captain America and Silver Sable go after Sabretooth in Mexico. Silver Sable kills him in self defense. Spider-Man and Solo go after Major Weil and capture him. They haven’t gotten info out of him yet and Cap finds out that Symkaria has broken relations with the U.S. and is sending death squads to kill American officials in retaliation for the murder of the Prime Minister.

The Amazing Spider-Man #323 (1989)

“The Assassin Nation Plot, Part Four: Assault Rivals”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Todd McFarlane

The Symkarian people hate the American ambassador due to the possible American involvement in the assassination attempt. Captain America comes to Symkaria to help make things right. He assures Silver Sable that America wasn’t involved and gives a lead to where the Ultimatum group is. Ultimatum is the terrorist group responsible for the attack. Sable, Captain America, and Spider-Man go there and fight through hordes of baddies to reach the compound. There they find Solo, a one man war on terror, and the Ultimatum leader, Toler Weil, gets away. They recover data from a computer saying Sabretooth was responsible for killing the Prime Minister. They decide to split up and go after Weil and Sabretooth. The U.S. and Symkaria inch closer to war as death threats are made against the U.S. ambassador.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #119 (1986)

“Catfight!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Rich Buckler

Sabretooth breaks out of the hospital with his face stitched up from when he tried to pull Spider-Man’s webbing off his face but it took the flesh with it. He’s out for Spider-Man’s blood. Just as he tracks Spidey’s scent to his apartment building, Black Cat jumps in to fight him. Black Cat holds her own, rips open Sabretooth’s wounds and eventually starts smashing his face into the sidewalk repeatedly. Turns out her reason for saving Spidey was a plot with Foreigner to regain Spidey’s trust only to destroy him.

Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #116 (1986)

“102 Uses For a Dead Cat”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Peter David
Artist: Rich Buckler

Black Cat miraculously beats up the goons and escapes with the contents of the safe (which include Peter’s golden notebook). Sabretooth wants to work for Foreigner. It was Foreigner’s safe that Black Cat robbed, so Sabretooth volunteers to go kill her. Spider-Man visits Black Cat to let her know that Dr. Strange’s spell may have taken away her bad luck powers. She doesn’t handle this news well. Sabretooth attacks her and Spider-Man intervenes. During his fight, Spider-Man shoots webbing onto Sabretooth’s face. Sabretooth rips it off but it takes his face with it and Spider-Man takes him to the hospital. Also, another story that’s been going on for a few months about a kid who’s being abused by his father. His teacher files a lawsuit. The family moves to a different school district. The kid messes with one of his dad’s machines and his hand gets zapped by something. It makes his hand glow and he loses control of it at one point and accidentally vaporizes his dad.

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