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Quote1.png The Vulture is a predictable animal. He is called crafty and cunning, but in truth, his weakness is on display. He craves death. He is drawn to it like the moth to a flame. Quote2.png
Kraven the Hunter

Appearing in "Hunted"

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  • Arcade Industries (Main story and flashback)
    • Hunterbots (Main story and flashback) (Controlled by the Great Hunt participants)
    • Arcade (Only in flashback)
  • The Great Hunt participants (Behind the scenes in main story and flashback)
  • Kraven the Hunter (Sergei Kravinoff) (Main story and hologram in flashback)

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Synopsis for "Hunted"

Arcade contacts the Vulture and after explaining to him that Kraven is behind the hunt. An angered Toomes declares that he has a moral principle: when he builds a mortal trap, the trap must have a chance of survival. In this case, the chance is a device that allows to destroy the hunter-robots. The more robots are destroyed, the easier it is to destroy others. Thus when Toomes manages to eliminate a hunter, he then earns the respect of the other prisoners. At that point, a hologram of Kraven appears in front of the Arcade, and receives confirmation that the Vulture has fallen into his trap, and the prisoners will now target hunters and kill each other.

Appearing in "Mother"

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  • Arcade Industries
  • Taskmaster's unnamed students

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Synopsis for "Mother"

Held in a cage, Vermin is afraid and in pain, but above all else does he feels lonely. As he talks to Arcade, he mentions "Slither Man" which helps Arcade understand that Taskmaster was working with the Lizard, and sends out his guards to find them. As a "thank you", Arcade gives Vermin an injection that makes him hurt and replicate. As identical beings painfully emerge from his body, Vermin is no longer alone. He has himself.

Solicit Synopsis

“HUNTED” TIE-IN!

• The Vulture is one of Spider-Man’s oldest villains and his oldest villain…

• …but that doesn’t make him any less dangerous. Kraven’s biggest hunt has thrown everything upside down and there’s plenty of carrion for the Vulture.

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