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Appearing in "Fallen Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #50.LR.

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Synopsis for "Fallen Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #50.LR.

Norman discusses with Doctor Kafka about his original psychological fears of the Green Goblin, once fearful of his own reflection as a result. He equates this to selling his soul to a demon, now feeling the guilt for all the evils he inflicted on the world, especially upon Spider-Man. Kafka tells Norman that making amends is a painful process, and inquires more on Kindred, who Norman said was Harry. Norman blames Kindred's evil on the cruelty he inflicted on Harry, warning that he knows the next phase in his plan to destroy Spider-Man and New York. Norman realizes the fullness of what he's done, crying in frustration at wanting only to hold his baby boy again, and the destruction he'll bring. Aiming to help, Kafka asks the repentant Norman that an intermediary between them would help build a dialogue, asking if he knows someone Harry would listen to.

With The Order of the Web's possession in the escape pod and attacking Spider-Man, Peter realizes his leaving Norman behind and their immediate possessions are no coincidence. This is validated by Kindred speaking through Julia to taunt Peter, and upon hearing Kindred's voice, Peter realizes the enormity of his error with the Sin-Eater and Norman. As Miles shatters the pod's window, the others nearly drown as Peter tries saving them by pulling the pod to the surface. There, Peter falls from the fatigue, but Kindred taunts his failures to keep loved ones safe, then injects him with enough spider venom to kill an elephant. While not killing Peter, Kindred tells him to find his friends alone when he recovers for a "surprise" while using the Order to "exorcise" demons of his own, as Peter passes out from the pain.

At JFK International airport, Mary Jane returns to New York for a short duration in her filming schedule, happy to be home.

Appearing in "Fallen Order: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #51.LR.

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Synopsis for "Fallen Order: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #51.LR.



Appearing in "Fallen Order: Part Three"

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Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #52.LR.

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Synopsis for "Fallen Order: Part Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #52.LR.



Appearing in "Fallen Order: Part Four"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #53.LR.

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Synopsis for "Fallen Order: Part Four"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #53.LR.



Appearing in "Fallen Order: Part Five"

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Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #54.LR.

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Synopsis for "Fallen Order: Part Five"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #54.LR.

Mary Jane thinks back to the time Harry was Green Goblin on the bridge where Gwen died, his losing his grip on sanity, and her attempts to keep him together. Mary Jane's reminiscing ends when Norman tells her they've arrived at the Osborn family cemetery, Kindred's cemetery, giving her an earpiece to communicate with. While Norman tries being apologetic, Mary Jane wants no recompense from him as her goal is to help Peter sensing his endangerment, and save Harry since they're friends, blaming any evil he's become on Norman's treatment of him in life. As compared to Peter's other villains, people who failed on their own and went bad, Norman always was a monster hiding in plain sight.

As Kindred taunts Peter with Mary Jane's arrival, he also shows Sin-Eater's encounter with the Order of the Web, narrating the futility of Peter's "fight to the end" philosophy. The Spiders find Sin-Eater, who tells them that the sins he gathered possessed them into rampaging across New York, and he aims to reclaim those sins. In the ensuing fight, they find he is more powerful than before, with Jess noting that his syphoning her life force is Morlun's power. Too strong to fight, Gwen asks for Julia to give them a vision of a victory, in which one vision leads Julia to let Stanley kill her and take her powers. The clairvoyant Stanley shares a vision with the Spiders of Mary Jane and Peter with Kindred, things going south, and Norman's evil. He goes mad from seeing the truth, calling all he's done a lie and killing himself with his own shotgun. From Stanley's death, Julia resuscitates with her powers returned but too late to warn the others to run, as Kindred arrives and captures them all.

Elsewhere, Norman is greeted by Fisk and his men, revealing he played Mary Jane into a trap and was never cleansed by Sin-Eater. Everything since Ravencroft was a trap by the two masterminds to kill Kindred, and punish him for what he did to them during his machinations against Spider-Man.

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