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Appearing in "Let Fly These Aged Wings!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #224.

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Synopsis for "Let Fly These Aged Wings!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #224.
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While exercising in his apartment, Peter Parker answers a phone call from his Aunt May and is happy to hear from her. She is glad to hear that her nephew is keeping in shape and says that fiancee Nathan Lubensky had suggested it. When Peter asks how Nathan is doing, Aunt May tells him that Nathan is in physical therapy today and invites Peter over for dinner on the weekend. After ending the call, Peter is happy to hear that his aunt is in better health. With no classes until that afternoon so he decides to go out web-slinging as Spider-Man. As he swings across the city, his spider-sense begins going off, alerting him to a bank robbery in progress. Spider-Man prevents their getaway by webbing up the back tires of their getaway car. He then makes short work of the masked thieves as they try to escape on foot. Peter then webs their hands to the hood of the car and waits for the police arrive. He then returns to the rooftops to recover his camera and hopes he can sell the pictures to the Daily Bugle.

Meanwhile, at Bellevue Hospital, Adrian Toomes -- aka the Vulture -- has been recovering well from his latest injuries battling Spider-Man. The guard that is posted to watch him is impressed at his recovery, thinking that someone Toomes' age would be in traction for the rest of his life. The guard reminds Adrian that once the doctors give him a clean bill of health he is going straight to prison. Toomes is turned over to a doctor to start his physical therapy. There, he meets Nathan Lubinski, who is soaking in a hot tub. While the doctor is busy answering a page, the two elderly men get acquainted. When Toomes talks about being too old to be much good, Nathan tells him not to give up as long as he is alive. Adrian is surprised when he learns that Lubinski is confined to a wheelchair. Lubinski tells Toomes how happy he is at the Restwell Nursing Home and how he has friends and a girlfriend waiting for him. The doctor quickly returns to bring Nathan to the dressing room. Nathan chastises the doctor for treating him like a cripple the whole way back. Toomes is inspired by Nathan's words and left alone with the components of a machine he fashions a crude version of his wings and uses them to escape the hospital. With renewed confidence, Adrian Toomes vows that the Vulture will fly again and he will finally get his revenge against Spider-Man.

At that moment, at the Daily Bugle, Peter Parker is developing his action shots in the dark room. Unfortunately, J. Jonah Jameson and Lance Bannon come barging in, ruining the photos before they can develop. When Peter demands to know why they didn't heed the warning light, the point out that it's not on. Bannon taps it twice and it turns back on again and suspects that it must have been a short in the light. He then makes his way into the dark room to develop his own photos. Jameson then lectures Peter about how much of a better photographer that Bannon is, and about how he is tired of giving publicity to Spider-Man. Just then, Joe Robertson comes barging in to tell Jonah about the Vulture's escape. Peter thinks about how his day seems to be getting worse.

Meanwhile, the Vulture has recovered his costume and wings and robs jewels, banks, armored cars and a gold exchange. Spider-Man hunts his old foe across the city. However, as it begins to rain, the Vulture ends his crime spree to return to his rented furnished room. There he changes into his street clothes when someone comes knocking at his door and invites him to a poker game. At that moment, Spider-Man gives up his search for the Vulture so he can change back into Peter Parker and meet up with Aunt May and Nathan for supper. When Peter arrives at Restwell and meet with Aunt May, she tells her nephew that Nathan is playing cards in the rec-room and asks Peter to get him. Much to Peter's surprise, one of the card players at Nathan's table is none other than Adrian Toomes. Toomes realizes that Peter recognizes him and quietly threatens him with a gun. Making up a story about wanting to show Peter photographs of his own son, Adrian lures Peter out of the rec-room. In his room, Adrian knocks out Peter and then changes into his Vulture costume.

Suddenly, there is a knock at the door. Throwing a blanket over himself, Toomes answers the door and finds Aunt May looking for her nephew. Toomes tells her that Peter abruptly left and closes the door. On the other side, May is upset that Peter has left without telling her. When the Vulture turns around, Peter Parker is gone and in his place is Spider-Man. Not making the connection between Parker and the wall-crawler, the Vulture is caught off guard. The pair then begins fighting across the retirement home. With the web-slinger gaining on him, the Vulture grabs a hostage but suddenly realizes that it is Nathan that he has grabbed. Not wanting the harm the man who gave convinced him to keep on living his life. When Aunt May calls out to Nathan, the Vulture shoves the old man into Spider-Man and makes his escape. Spider-Man tries to follow after him, but he is surrounded by the residents of Restwell who want to thank him for saving them from harm.

Unable to follow after the Vulture, Spider-Man slips away and changes back into Peter Parker. He then reunites with Aunt May and Nathan and tells them that he was tied up by the Vulture but "Spider-Man" had freed him. Peter then joins his Aunt and her fiancee for dinner.

Appearing in "Fools...like us!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #225.

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Synopsis for "Fools...like us!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #225.

Two FBI agents are on the hunt for the Foolkiller, a murderous vigilante who has been killing people he deems to be fools. The stakes are higher for these two agents since they recently received a letter from their target that proclaimed them fools. As they search a Bowery alleyway, the two FBI agents are caught by surprise by the Foolkiller who uses his laser to incinerate the two lawmen. With his latest victims dead, the Foolkiller then destroys the files they compiled about the Foolkiller to ensure that nobody can resume hunting him where they left off.

Later, Peter Parker is giving a lecture to a group of freshmen and is frustrated that they don't know the answers to his questions. When the lecture ends, Peter is greeted by Greg Salinger, an English literature major who Peter had befriended and imparted an interest in science. Greg tells Peter that he was late for class again because the admissions office still can't find his scholarship paperwork. When Peter says that this has been quite a problem with students in recent days, Greg hopes they straighten things out before someone takes matters into their own hands. When Peter heads out, he finds himself exhausted due to his recent activities as Spider-Man. Despite his fatigue, Peter's spider-sense goes off alerting him to a costumed individual climbing up the side of the registrations office. Peter decides to change into Spider-Man to investigate the situation. Inside the building, Harvey McNamara is slogging through the backlog of paperwork when he is interrupted by the arrival of the Foolkiller. Before he can kill McNamara, Spider-Man leaps in to stop him. Outmatched, the Foolkiller leaps out of the nearby window and escapes, vowing to kill Spider-Man if he interferes with his crusade again.

Spider-Man gives the Foolkiller chase, but the villain escapes by blasting a hole in the street to the subway below and escapes on a passing subway train. When the wall-crawler finally catches up, the Foolkiller is already long gone. Returning to his hideout within a semi-trailer, the Foolkiller rests after his flight. He then goes over his computer files, reviewing his career. He recalls how Man-Thing saved Richard Rory from Ross Everbest, the original Foolkiller and how this led to his taking on the mantle. He recalls how he learned of the Foolkiller while he and Richard Rory shared a cell in prison. Upon his escape, he recovered the original Foolkiller's equipment to wage his own crusade against the foolish. This led to a clash with Omega the Unknown, and the Defenders, both encounters leading to a defeat. In his last battle, he was taken away in an ambulance, but a road accident allowed him to escape and resume his crusade anew. Now, the Foolkiller realizes that he just needs to wait for the fools to interfere with his life and he can dispatch them more easily.

The next day, Peter Parker pays a visit to the offices of the Daily Bugle. There he sells photos of his battle with the Foolkiller to Joe Robertson, as Jameson is busy dealing with the truckers union. Robertson is disappointed that Peter is selling photos of Spider-Man's failure, telling him that he is above to stooping to the same level as Jameson and his competition, Lance Bannon. After learning more about the Foolkiller from Joe, Peter leaves as Jameson arrives and reams him out for making a "social" visit with one of his employees. Peter changes back into Spider-Man and goes searching for the Foolkiller. With no sign of his foe, the wall-crawler goes to Empire State University and changes back into Peter Parker for classes. As he changes in a closet, his spider-sense goes off. Peaking outside, he spots Greg Sallinger and wonders how he could be setting off his senses. He talks to Greg and learns that he sent more letters to the admissions office. Peter remarks that the people in the mailroom are "fools", who Greg takes literally and abruptly storms off.

Peter goes to the teaching assistance office where he finds Debra Whitman in an angry mood. When he asks her what's wrong, she tells him how she had a heated argument with Greg Salinger, that ended with him calling her a fool and storming off. Suddenly, Peter puts two-and-two together and realizes that Salinger is actually the Foolkiller. By this time, Greg has changed into the Foolkiller and is terrorizing the men in the ESU mailroom. He is attacked by Spider-Man before he is able to kill anyone. Outmatched, the Foolkiller attempts to flee again, but this time Spider-Man is able to follow him back to his trailer. There, the wall-crawler rips the place apart, but the Foolkiller eludes him again. He flees into an alleyway, where he is distracted by the screams of a homeless woman. As he threatens her, the Foolkiller is left open to Spider-Man getting the drop on him. Taking away the killer's laser and webbing him up, the web-slinger takes the Foolkiller where he can get the mental help he needs.

Appearing in "But the Cat Came Back..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #226.

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Synopsis for "But the Cat Came Back..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #226.

At Mitchell State Hospital, Greg Salinger -- aka the Foolkiller -- is brought in following his battle with Spider-Man. Now considering himself a fool, Salinger demands that they kill him as that is the fate of all fools. Hearing this exchange is Felicia Hardy, who is also a resident of the hospital since her last encounter with Spider-Man as the Black Cat. She finds the subject interesting, which leads her nurse to ask Felicia about her encounters with the famed wall-crawler. Hardy recounts her career as the Black Cat, and how she tricked Spider-Man into thinking that she had gone insane. Now that everyone has been tricked into thinking so, Felicia drags her nurse into a room and ties her up so she can escape unnoticed. However, her escape is eventually discovered, but far too late to stop her.

That evening, Spider-Man is returning home after helping the Falcon battle his foe Stoneface. Suddenly, a spotlight is shined on his face. Looking down at the street below, the wall-crawler spots its source, the vintage car owned by Captain Jean DeWolff. Swinging down to street level, Spider-Man asks the captain what he can do for her. She tells him about the Black Cat's escape and asks her to keep a lookout for her. Spider-Man swings away and thinks about his last encounter with the Black Cat. He wonders how much of her apparent insanity was a ruse, however no matter what the situation is, he is determined to bring her in.

A week later, in Midtown Manhattan, the Black Cat has broken into a penthouse of a wealthy art collector. There she steals an original Ehrenreich painting and easily slips out without setting off the security system. Still, she wants him the owner to know he has been robbed, so before she scales down the side of the building she tosses a rock through one of the windows, setting off the alarm. Down on the street, she gives the operator of a horse-drawn carriage a substantial tip to ride her away from the scene of the crime. Satisfied that she hasn't gotten rusty during her time in the mental hospital, her thoughts turn to Spider-Man when she sees one of the Daily Bugle's billboards about the wall-crawler. She wonders what the web-slinger is up to this evening. At that moment, Spider-Man has returned to his apartment after a fruitless hunt for the Black Cat. Once he's home, he realizes that not only does he not have any food in his apartment, but he is in desperate need of clean laundry. Changing into the only clothes he has, Peter Parker grabs a bite to eat and goes to the local laundromat. There, while waiting for his clothes to dry, Peter strikes out trying to make small talk to an attractive woman who is also trying to do her laundry.

Meanwhile, at her penthouse apartment, Felicia Hardy looks at his recent stolen painting but finds her evening lonely. Putting on a disguise, she goes down to the laundry room to do her wash. There she strikes up a conversation with another tenant who tries to invite her over for a nightcap. She declines, unable to get her mind off of Spider-Man. She wonders how she can get in touch with Spider-Man, when she spots a newspaper advertisement for a sky-writing company. The next day, her message -- asking Spider-Man to meet her at the site of their "first date" -- is written above the the New York City skylilne. Peter Parker learns about this stunt as he leaves his teaching assistant job and catches a news report on the subject. He realizes that this is a message from the Black Cat. That evening, Spider-Man goes the Emil Greco's old hideout, the first place he met the Black Cat and finds her waiting for him.

She tells him that she only wants to talk, but Spider-Man is determined to bring her in. As the two struggle, the Black Cat explains how she recently stole a painting, owned by a member of the Maggia, but had a change of heart about continuing her criminal career because she wants to be with Spider-Man. The wall-crawler doesn't know what to say about this offer, and while he's distracted she manages to break free from his hold and escape. Spider-Man then finds the stolen painting that she left behind with a note telling him to meet her at Phil Bradshaw's party the following night at the Empire Ballroom. He decides to take the stolen painting to Jean DeWolff and fact checks what the Black Cat told him. DeWolff tells the wall-crawler that the costume party is a meeting of criminals.

That evening, the Black Cat arrives at the party and goes looking for Spider-Man. She mistakes an actual party goer as the wall-crawler. However, she later finds the real Spider-Man, who has dressed up in another costume. The two dance until the Cat spots Bradshaw and reveals that she stole his painting. Bradshaw and his men then draw their guns. Spider-Man and the Cat try to fend off their attackers. Although the Black Cat trips him off, but they manage to wrap up all the Maggia goons just as Jean DeWolff and her officers arrive on the scene. There they find Bradshaw and his minions are tied up and a note from Spider-Man and the Black Cat. Watching from the skylight, the Black Cat suggests they celebrate their first victory together by sharing a kiss. Spider-Man is reluctant at first, but gives in when she lifts up his mask enough to miss him.

Appearing in "Goin' straight!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #227.

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Synopsis for "Goin' straight!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #227.

Spider-Man asks Jean DeWolff to give the Black Cat a chance to go straight. Black Cat wants to do one last job (steal a golden and ruby statuette called the "Quest's End") and secure her and Spider-Man a nest egg but it is not to be. Spider-man and the Cat fight, and Spidey leaves.

Spider-man goes to the ESU and Peter Parker writes down a work on the DNA he should have finished days ago. Peter feels better than ever and capable of doing anything.

Later on, the Black Cat enters the mansion of Sam Galvagno and steals the "Quest's End" statuette. But Spidey is waiting for her on the balcony when she leaves the robbery scene. He forces her to give the statuette back but she lies to him and makes him push the alarms because the Black Cat wants him to be her companion in the robbery business.

The alarms make Sam Galvagno and his henchmen appear and the guns explode! Spidey succeeds in escaping with the Cat, but he is injured in a leg. The Cat escapes from him too and Spider-man pursuits her until the docks. There he tries to convince her to abandon her crime life and ask the district attorney for an amnesty but she does not believe that possible and keeps running. Then Spider-man covers her with his web and she decides to drown instead of going back to jail. Spidey dives after her but does not find the Cat or her body.

Later on, as the nurse cures his leg, Captain DeWolff arrives with the amnesty's papers. Too late, Spidey throws the papers to the water and mourns

Appearing in "Murder by Spider"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #228.

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Synopsis for "Murder by Spider"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #228.

For the third time in an evening, Spider-Man finds himself drawn to an old mansion. Spider-Man gives into his curiosity and looks into one of the windows. All he sees is an elderly man sitting down to dinner. Dismissing the old man as threatening as his Aunt May, and swings away. No sooner is the wall-crawler gone, the man is suddenly swarmed with venomous spiders whose bite causes him a painful death. Not far away, Spider-Man spots some muggers attempting to rob a couple. Seeing how helpless their victims are put Spider-Man into a rage and he beats the crooks into submission. Seeing how frightened both the muggers and their victims have become, Spider-Man stops himself and walks away. He dismisses this outburst as a reaction to losing the Black Cat recently.

The next morning, Peter Parker goes to the Daily Bugle where he reads a front-page story about the elderly man who was killed by spiders. He is not surprised that his boss, J. Jonah Jameson, has used this story to continue his vendetta against Spider-Man, accusing the web-slinger of being responsible. He learns the elderly victim was a wealthy man by the name of Adlai Schmidt. It's then that Jameson emerges from his office with Joe Robertson in tow. He insists that Spider-Man is responsible for the murder, believing that the wall-crawler can somehow control spiders, even though the masked vigilante has never demonstrated these powers before. Joe apologizes to Peter for Jonah's outburst and tells him that since Schmidt had no living relatives his antique furniture will be auctioned off to pay off back taxes. This rules out money as a motive for murder, but it opens up another line of thought for Peter who decides to look in at this new angle. Since Debora Whitman has an interest in antiques, Peter decides to invite her along for the auction. Meanwhile, at a seedy bar in the warehouse district, a bespectacled man is paid for the job of recovering a necklace for his client, who claims that it is for his aunt.

The following week, Peter and Debora arrive at the auction. While Whitman finds the antiques amazing, Peter is lost in thought over why someone would kill Adlia Schmidt. When Debora picks up an antique quill pen, it is snapped out of her hands be a man who purchased all the French pieces and storms off. Taken back by the man's rudeness, Peter wonders who he is. One of the other auction attendees informs them that the man is Norman Junque one of the wealthiest antique dealers in Manhattan. Hearing that Junque purchased everything, Peter abruptly tells Debra that he needs to go. As he leaves, Debra questions why Peter is always running out on her, remarking that it is only pushing her to continue dating Biff Rifkin, even though she finds him obnoxious. Outside, Peter spots Norman getting into a cab, and quickly changes into Spider-Man in order to follow after him. Soon he finds himself at the Montana Apartments, one of New York's ritziest apartment buildings.

Suddenly, Spider-Man begins to detect the same feeling he did on the night the Schmidt was killed. Spider-Man then goes in through a window. His entry is witnessed by the doorman who calls the police. Following the signal, Spider-Man suddenly hears a scream and rushes to its source. He finds the police have arrived on the scene and are trying to get into the apartment. Spider-Man forces himself through the officers and finds a bunch of venomous spiders have bitten an elderly woman. Seeing that the woman is clinging to life, Spider-Man leaps out of the window with the woman in arm in order to take her to a hospital, dodging police bullets on his way out. Spider-Man drops the woman off, and the arriving paramedics figure that she will just barely make it. As the wall-crawler slips away, the elderly woman mumbles about Spider-Man taking her earrings.

Spider-Man had done precisely that, but only because he detected some kind of hidden circuitry inside the earrings. The hero decides to take a closer look at home and find out what is going on. Meanwhile, the man who sold the earrings happens upon the newspaper headlines and learns that this device not only attracts spiders but Spider-Man. This man decides to increase the power of this device in the hopes of taking full control of Spider-Man. Soon, Spider-Man is out trying to pick up the signal again in the hopes of bringing them back to their source. When he does, he finds himself walking into a trap set by the killer. The man has built a device that will affect Spider-Man's spider-sense causing him great pain. He explains that he was hired to kill the wealthy so his clients could collect what they wanted. The man tries to kill the wall-crawler with his gun, but Spider-Man manages to disarm him. Running out a door, he plants an explosive charge on the door to destroy his foe. Spider-Man sense the trap and sets off the bomb to trick his foe. When the killer goes to check if Spider-Man is dead, the wall-crawler easily defeats him.

It's then that the police arrive on the scene, prompting Spider-Man to flee. The killer, fearful of Spider-Man attacking him again, confesses his crimes. Meanwhile, Spider-Man swings away complaining about the new rips in his costume.

Appearing in "Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #229.

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Synopsis for "Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #229.

Madame Web sees visions that she will be attacked by a large figure which just happens to be The Juggernaut. So she contacts Spider-man to defend her by stopping the unstoppable Juggernaut.

Black Tom Cassidy wants Madame Web to join him and Juggernaut in order to be able to predict X-men movements and so defeat them in future battles. In the mood for real action, Juggernaut leaves Black Tom Cassidy's yacht and crosses under the harbor waters until Battery Park. He gets the surface there and starts his way straight to Madame Web's appartment.
Cain Marko (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 229 page 03

In the meantime Madame web contacts by phone with Peter Parker in his appartment and asks him for help. But since she does not know any details he leaves to the Daily Bugle. There he talks with Glory Grant and together meet a returning Betty Brant. Then Madame Web phones him and tells about Juggernaut arriving to Battery Park.

Peter runs to there and tries to stop Juggernaut unsuccessfully. Right afterwards he tries to reach the Avengers or the Fantastic four but they both are not at home. Madame Web tells him Juggernaut's power is related to the Cyttorak ruby so Spìdey goes to Dr Strange's mansion, but Wong tells him his master is also out.

So Spidey is alone with the police to try stopping Juggernaut. And all of them fail as Juggernaut arrives at Madame Web's apartment and takes her out of her chair. This makes her almost die and so Spidey tells Juggernaut. This decides to leave Madame Web on the floor and quits.

Cain Marko (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 229 page 04
Spider-man reanimates her and an ambulance brings her to the hospital. Decided not to leave Juggernaut escape after having almost killed Madame Web, Spidey goes to catch him.

Appearing in "To Fight the Unbeatable Foe!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #230.

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Synopsis for "To Fight the Unbeatable Foe!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #230.

While attempting to stop the Juggernaut from kidnapping Madam Web, Spider-Man failed to stop the elderly clairvoyant needing hospitalization following the encounter. Because of this failure, the wall-crawler vows to stop the Juggernaut before he can escape. Following his foe is a simple enough task given the Juggernaut has smashed his way through everything in his way. Leaping to a nearby construction site, Spider-Man uses his webbing to sling shot a girder at the Juggernaut. However, his foe catches it and crushes it before it can strike. The Juggernaut then runs into the construction site and collapses the building that Spider-Man is standing on. The wall-crawler jumps to safety and attempts to strike the Juggernaut with a wrecking ball. Like with the other attacks, Juggernaut easily swats this away. The wrecking ball strikes another building slated for demolition, causing it to collapse. Spider-Man just barely manages to duck in some massive piping to avoid getting burried under tons of debris. When Spider-Man finally digs himself out, he is told by the construction workers that the Juggernaught shrugged off the building collapse and simply walked away.

Meanwhile, at the Daily Bugle, Joe Robertson and his co-workers listen to police reports about the Juggernaut's rampage through the city. Joe tells the other reporters to stand by for re-writes as he is taking this situation to publisher J. Jonah Jameson. Elsewhere in the office, Betty Brant settles into her new job as Joe Robertson's new secretary. She is brought coffee by Glory Grant, and the two secretaries talk about the differences between working with Robertson and Jameson. Suddenly, Lance Bannon comes bursting into the office with his girlfriend, Amy Powell, in tow. She is upset with him and threatens to leave him. Lance reminds her that they are in an open relationship and tells her she can go if she wants. Amy storms off, but vows to herself that she will get even with Lance. That's when Jonah and Joe emerge from his office, spotting Lance, Jonah tells him to get to the Hudson in order to take photos of the Juggernaut.

At that moment, from his yacht, Black Tom is keeping a look out for the Juggernaut. When he sees his partner approaching, he is upset to see that the Juggernaut has failed to capture Madam Web. Spider-Man has finally caught up with the Juggernaut, but discovers that his web-shooters are empty. Stopping atop a Roxxon fuel truck, he also finds that all the cartridges on his belt are empty as well. When the driver threatens Spider-Man with a tire iron, the wall-crawler easily disarms the man and twists the tire iron like a pretzel, scaring the man away. The wall-crawler then commendeers the fuel truck and sends it on a collision couse with the Juggernaut. His unstoppable foe merely stands his ground and survives the massive explosion caused when the truck strikes him. The Juggernaut, furious that Spider-Man has been annoying him this entire time, extinguishes the flames surrounding him and goes after the wall-crawler.

Spider-Man then jumps onto the Juggernaut's back and uses his arms to cover the eye holes in his helmet. The Juggernaut furiously pounds on the web-slinger, but he still holds on tight. Enduring the pain of the Juggernaut's blows, Spider-Man tricks him into wandering out into onto the wet concrete of a new building foundation. As Spider-Man had planned, the Juggernaut begins sinking in the concrete. Leaping to safety, Spider-Man watches as his foe goes under and hopes that this will be enough to keep him at bay. Much to his surprise, Spider-Man discovers that his camera was running the entire time, and hopes he got some good shots of his battle with the Juggernaut. Peter rushes to the Daily Bugle with the developed shots, and although the photos are grainy, Joe Robertson buys them as nobody was able to get photos of the Juggernaut's battle with Spider-Man. Peter then rushes to the hospital to check on Madam Web, and discovers that the temporary removal from her life support system caused her to lose her memory and she no longer remembers who Peter Parker is. Talking to the doctors, they tell Peter that it will be months before they learn if the damage is permanent.

Meanwhile, back on the Hudson, Black Tom watches the police surround the foundation where the Juggernaut went down. He gleefully waits for his partner to burrow his way out of the concrete. After some time, the Juggernaut still hasn't freed himself, leaving Black Tom to wonder if his friend has finally been stopped for good.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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