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Quote1.png You were right to deny me. Because the true hunter does not kill out of rage, or cruelty -- he is above such things. He does it to maintain the balance in nature. For sustenance. For safety. To thin the herd. All of these, necessary. Quote2.png
Kraven the Hunter

Appearing in "Hunted: Part 6"

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Synopsis for "Hunted: Part 6"

While his clone attacks the Black Cat and Billy Connors, Kraven lets Spider-Man out of the cage. As soon as he leaves the spider he finds himself in front of numerous corpses which he believes is the work of Lizard, and for which he feels responsible. At that moment Kraven appears, declaring that Spidey commits a sacrilege by not embracing the predatory nature of the spider and not killing his enemies ... despite it seems that he is doing it since he has agreed to risk killing Curt, and has left Lizard in freedom as pointed out by the hunter. To force him to kill him, Kraven assures him from Arcade, that in the event of his death, the force field will be deactivated, like the robots that the prisoners will be freed, and the Black Cat and Billy Connors rescued.

Kraven's words, and another premonition in which he sees MJ dead, push the spider almost to the limit, and brutally assault Kraven but he doesn't kill him because he understands that it was the hunter who slaughtered the guards and not Lizard. To show him that his view of the world is wrong, Spidey shows Kraven how Felicia is risking her life for a child she has no relationship with and how Lizard intervenes to help them. Incredibly, Kraven understands and stops the hunt by deactivating the robots, and promising the spider that he will no longer hunt, urging him to run to the rescue of those in need. Subsequently Kraven wears the Spider-Man's Suit and posing as him faces his clone that kills him, finally obtaining eternal peace.

Solicit Synopsis

• The climactic conclusion of “Hunted” is here!

• Spidey faces an impossible situation that will push him as far as he’s ever been pushed.

• Who lives and who dies when the hunters become the prey?

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