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Quote1 Man, I really needed that. For all my complaining and whining, it's all so clear to me now... things are looking up. Not for Peter Parker. But y'know what? Forget that guy. Who needs him? 'cause whenever I want, I can be the Amazing Spider-Man. Quote2
-- Spider-Man

Appearing in "Fall of Parker: Part 1 -- Top to Bottom"

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Soho, the apartment of Bobbi Morse, a.k.a. Mockingbird. Peter has crushed for the night on Bobbi's sofa after a date with her the previous evening, as she's his only friend that could put him up AND knew his double identity. As she leaves, Bobbi reminds Peter to do the laundry.

Peter is down on his luck again: the Parker Industries are a cumbersome past he can't seem to get away from while watching television or reading the Daily Bugle, from which Bobbi has cut out a significant headline: "Peter Parker: Threat or Menace?".

Upper East Side, the home of Harry Lyman, previously known as Harry Osborn. Harry is trying to contact Peter for some hard calls that need to be made in the selling off of the company, but he doesn't answer. With an excuse, Harry and his ex-wife Liz get rid of the children, whose nanny comes to take them, and approach with a kiss. They had been sealed in an energy bubble during the Secret Empire event, and during that time they reconciled and are waiting to decide whether that is for good or not.

Midtown, the offices of the Daily Bugle. Betty Brant calls Harry to organize for that night's birthday party for Flash Thompson. Peter crashes in asking explanations for the article. Joe Robertson answers to Peter's accusations explaining that he let down thousands of working class people like his own uncle and aunt, and that everything written in the article is true. Peter admits he's right, but corrects an article about the new Pym Micro-processors.

Thinking he's touched his lowest in years, Peter goes back to the streets, only to be attacked by a mob angry for the Parker Industries' failure outcome. Peter manages to escape disappearing in an alley with his superpowers.

During Flash's party, May Parker talks to him about the possibility of the Uncle Ben Foundation doing down alongside its partner Parker Industries, while a few other friends discuss in favour or against helping Peter financially like they did years before.

Mockingbird comes back home, finding Peter back on her sofa. She throws him his suit and they go adventuring in the night. A distress call signals an attack by the Griffin in Times Square, to the damage of... an empanadas truck. During their fight, the people seem to be hostile to Spider-Man for his affiliation to the Parker Industries, but after he and Mockingbird heroically defeat the monster and save the food truck, the hostility turn into support.

After the night out, Mockingbird and Spider-Man have a drink together and eventually let themselves go to a passionate kiss.

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THE FALL OF PARKER Part 1

Down on your luck Peter Parker is back, for good or ill. New York has changed, and so has Peter – but entering a new phase of his Spider-Man life isn’t easy; neither are new relationships OR new foes. Peter Parker is not the Spider-Man you remember, but why is he taking his fight to THE DAILY BUGLE? And what happened to PARKER INDUSTRIES? PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES! Story by Robbie Thompson and art by Mark Bagley!

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