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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Synopsis for "Hunted"

Arcade contacts the Vulture and after explaining to him that Kraven is behind the hunt (which angers 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. Toomes manages to eliminate a hunter, earning 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.

Appearing in "Mother"

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Vermin is afraid and painful, but above all he feels lonely. As he talks to Arcade, he makes him understand about the alliance between Taskmaster and Lizard. As a "thank you" Arcade gives Vermin an injection that makes sure that identical beings emerge from his body: now Vermin is no longer alone.

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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