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Quote1.png No one hates the Wall-Crawler more than I do, but he is not our enemy right now. We are in a war for our very survival, and there are only two sides -- the hunters and the hunted. Quote2.png
Vulture

Appearing in "Hunted: Part 3"

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Synopsis for "Hunted: Part 3"

As Kraven's son impatiently wants him to join the hunt to take the glory, confessing the admiration he had for his father's ambitious plan, but is insulted Kraven would just allow overpaid and privileged wannabe hunters get the glory. However, Kraven remains steadfast that it isn't the right time yet, and leaves the room while his son sulks.

Following some signs, Spider-Man discovers that Vulture has roused the prisoners by inventing the story that Gibbon heroically sacrificed himself to allow him to find a weak point in robots. Wanting to stop this, Spidey tries to convince the prisoners that Toomes is not trustworthy but fails due to Rhino remembering his capture from earlier. With that, Vulture effortlessly convinces the prisoners to follow him in a retaliation against their captors.

As Black Cat comes up with a plan to free herself and a scared Billy, she lures in a guard. The guard unaffected with feigned seduction, but as she explains her bad luck powers, the lock on a leopard cage across from them breaks and allows for an escape. But as Billy wants to stay put knowing his dad will find him, she convinces him with her story of self-reliance taught to her by her father that he needs to get up and go. Elsewhere, Taskmaster returns to Arcade after catching The Lizard as he went out to find his son, and Spider-Man runs into Black Ant willing to tell him everything about their predicament.

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“HUNTED” PART 3

• Something horrible happened last issue that’s galvanized all the villains!

• Spidey desperately needs to get out of this horrible situation, but there are lives (innocent and otherwise) at stake and…well…he’s Spider-Man.

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