Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Making sense of this Spider-Man world.

Todd McFarlane

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Spider-Man #16 (1991)

“Sabotage: Part 1”

Rating: 4/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Picks up in the middle of action. Black Tom Cassady just set off a bomb at the top of the World Trade Center. Cable, Gideon, Sunspot, Siryn, and Domino were there when the bomb went off and are trying to find Cassady. Spider-Man, Warpath, Feral, Shatterstar, Cannonball, and Boomer are trying to fend off Juggernaut on the ground. None are very successful. Continued in X-Force #4.

Spider-Man #14 (1991)

“Sub-City: Part 2”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man fights past the inbreds and finds Morbius. Morbius was working on a cure for his vampirism with Dr. Strange, but gave up and became leader of the under dwellers. Morbius thinks the inbreds are bringing him bad people to feed on, but they only think they’re bad because they were from the city. Morbius leaves in disgust. Their old leader resumes his role. Spider-Man goes home.

Spider-Man #13 (1991)

“Sub-City: Part 1”

Rating: 3/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Some inbred dwellers of abandoned subway tunnels are kidnapping bums to trade to their leader Morbius for food. Spider-Man hears of the kidnappings and investigates a manhole in his black suit to give him more cover. A group of the dwellers swarm on him.

Spider-Man #12 (1991)

“Perceptions: Part 5”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man babysits Wendigo while Wolverine goes to town and sniffs out the real murderer. He calls a man named Thorpe and the police into the woods. It was the police captain who molested and killed the boys. His confession is caught on tape. He is shot by some hunters as he runs away from Wolverine. The true story gets out in the media.

Spider-Man #11 (1991)

“Perceptions: Part 4”

Rating: 5/5

Writer: Todd McFarlane
Artist: Todd McFarlane

Peter tries to convince the reporter and the police that the Wendigo may not be the culprit of the murders. He is unsuccessful. Wolverine cleans Wendigo’s wounds and befriends him and they find another boy’s body buried in the woods.

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