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Web of Spider-Man #71 (1990)

“Fortune’s Fury”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Danny Fingeroth
Artist: Dave Ross

Simon Steele (a Nazi in hiding) is assassinating witnesses that will put him away. Dominic Fortune wants revenge because Steele killed his son. At Steele’s attack on final last witness, Spider-Man meets Silver Sable and her Wild Pack taking out all of Steele’s men. They go to Fortune’s place where a second attack is taking place. They all defeat the goons and find out where Steele is. Dominic is about to kill him but Spider-Man and Sable stop him. Dominic’s love, Sabbath, who helped him beat Nazis even before WWII who disappeared is there and asks him not to kill Steele. In the hesitation, a plexiglass shield lowers (trapping Spidey, Sable, and Fortune) and Steele, Sabbath and Sabbath’s daughter escape. Sabbath is apparently married to Steele. As they get away, they blow the mansion up.

The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #10 (1990)

Rating: 4/5

“Into the Microverse”

Writers: Gerry Conway & Stan Lee
Artist: Rich Buckler

Spider-Man returns home, small as a bee, and explains to MJ what happened. She takes him to Harry’s lab where they try something, but Spider-Man just keeps getting smaller. He eventually becomes smaller than the smallest nuclei and lands on a microscopic world where they try to capture him. He continues getting smaller and lands in some kind of spaceship where he’s captured by Psycho-Man.

“Pale Reflection”

Writer: Glenn Herdling
Artist: Todd McFarlane

The Prowler is hired by Silver Sable. She puts him through some tests to prepare him for future tasks.

“The Choice”

Writer: Tony Isabella
Artists: Ross Andru & Alan Kupperberg

Wizard and Trapster try to recruit Sandman. Sandman refuses and then later meets up with them and shoots them with Trapster’s gun and calls the police.

“What I Did On My Summer Vacation”

Writer: Tony Isabella
Artist: Alan Kupperberg

Rocket Racer is now a bounty hunter and goes after some rednecks in Ohio who’re stealing and selling weapons. With the help of the local sheriff, he catches them.

The Amazing Spider-Man #325 (1989)

“The Assassin Nation Plot, Part Six: Finale in Red!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: David Michelinie
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Captain America and Silver Sable follow up on a lead they got out of Major Weil that they suspect could be false. The military won’t allow Spider-Man to help. Spider-Man disobeys and frees Major Weil and follows him to the National Archives. Terrorists there are trying to wire a bomb to the vault containing the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights. Spider-Man is about to fight them when Red Skull comes in through a secret passage. Red Skull explains that the plan is to blame Symkaria for it and start a war and then offers Spidey a million dollars to help. Spidey refuses and stops the bomb, but can’t get Red Skull before he ducks into the secret passage. Peace is resolved between Symkaria and America with the new evidence that America wasn’t behind the murder of their Prime Minister. The military thanks Spidey and apologizes for not letting him help.

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.

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