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Web of Spider-Man #73 (1991)

“Art Attack, Part 1: Head Quest”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: John Byrne
Artists: Alex Saviuk & Keith Williams

Peter, MJ, Aunt May, Aunt May’s new suitor Mr. Lumpkin, and Kristy go to an art gallery displaying the sculptures of Johnny Storm’s wife Alicia. Namor the Sub-Mariner shows up and buys one of himself. Later the Headmen (Gorilla-Man, Chondu, and Dr. Morgan) show up because Chondu wants Spider-Man’s body. Peter changes into Spider-Man and helps Human Torch fight them. They eventually win.

The Amazing Spider-Man #215 (1981)

“By My Powers Shall I Be Vanquished!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: John Romita Jr.

The gun that Wizard shot at them transferred Spider-Man’s spider sense into Sub-Mariner’s head, trying drive Sub-Mariner crazy and such. Spider-Man and Sub-Mariner go to the Fantastic Four and get Reed Richards to switch everything back to normal. It works. Spider-Man goes looking for that hot new neighbor he likes so much. Somehow still doesn’t realize she’s that evil enemy of Sub-Mariner. Then she tries to kill Spider-Man and changes into her evil-looking form. Sub-Mariner comes in, knocks her out, then takes her back to Atlantis for proper justice.

The Amazing Spider-Man #214 (1981)

“Then Shall We Both Be Betrayed!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: John Romita Jr.

Spider-Man manages to rescue the last person from the burning building. Wizard and his mysterious partner free Sandman and Trapster from prison to reform the Frightful Four.

Sub-Mariner hassles the Peter’s new neighbor lady, and Spider-Man saves her and fights Sub-Mariner. Sub-Mariner tries to tell Spidey that the girl is not what she seems. She’s actually an old enemy of his named Llyra in disguise as a normal woman and is the mysterious person who broke Wizard from jail and is now working with him. Wizard shoots Spider-Man and Sub-Mariner with some device as they’re fighting and some kind of great pain comes over them.

The Amazing Spider-Man #212 (1981)

“The Coming of Hydro-Man!”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: John Romita Jr.

Spider-Man again protects the boat where he fought Sub-Mariner in the previous issue. Through an accident while trying to lower a generator under the water, one of the crew members turns into Hydro-Man.

Hydro-Man, after figuring out what he can do looks for Spider-Man to fight.

They meet up for a fight on a rooftop on the hottest day of the year and Spider-Man gets the better of him by creating a chase and making Hydro-Man run through stuff that absorbs a lot of the water on his body. With a punch, Hydro-Man explodes T-1000 style and evaporates.

The Amazing Spider-Man #211 (1980)

“The Spider and the Sea Scourge!”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Denny O’Neil
Artist: John Romita Jr.

The government is putting some devices underwater somewhere in the Atlantic ocean. Sub-Mariner gets upset because it’s mucking up life for him and his people in Atlantis. The uncle of Pete’s new quasi-girlfriend is supposed to put some more equipment down there, but needs Spider-Man to help protect in case Sub-Mariner attacks. Spider-Man and Sub-Mariner fight and eventually they decide to discuss things and Sub-Mariner mentions a place they can put their equipment where it won’t disrupt Atlantis and will actually be more beneficial.

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