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Quote1 Oh God. It's a museum of Jonah. This is my worst nightmare. Quote2
--Spider-Man

Appearing in "Lifetime Achievement: Part One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #11.

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Synopsis for "Lifetime Achievement: Part One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #11.

J. Jonah Jameson in his radio show, is making efforts to improve Spider-Man's reputation, at least as much as he has made efforts to destroy it, when an important communication arrives: Mayor Wilson Fisk has decided to award him a Lifetime Achievement Award ... as long as Spider-Man gives it to him. Jonah guarantees on live television that the hero will do it, but Peter has no intention of it and when he goes to tell him just before the ceremony Jonah gets angry. At that point the two are attacked by the The Enforcers. Having to protect Jonah, Spidey cannot fight to the best of his ability, so the two are captured and find themselves faced with a group of supervillains all somehow related to Jameson, while a voice declares that this is the story of J. Jonah. Jameson.

Appearing in "Lifetime Achievement: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #12.

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Synopsis for "Lifetime Achievement: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #12.

Spider-Man and Jameson find themselves in Spider-Man's worst nightmare: a museum dedicated to J.Jonah. Jameson! A narrative voice traces all the events of Jonah's life: the abandonment of his father, the life with his uncles, the birth of his son John, the death of his first wife, the creation of the Scorpion and the Spider-Slayers eliminate Spidey, the meeting with his second wife and the death of the latter, the death of his father, and the death of one of his best friends. At that point the rumor declares that by becoming a spider supporter Jonah turned his back on his city, and destroyed his heritage. At that point the two are attacked by Scorpion, Spider-Slayers and other criminals. Spidey defeats the Scorpion and Jonah takes control of the robot, but once the enemies are defeated the two find themselves facing a giant version of the Big Man.

Appearing in "Lifetime Achievement: Part Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #13.

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Synopsis for "Lifetime Achievement: Part Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #13.

Spidey is blocked by the robotic Big Man, and it is revealed that the pilot is Frederick Foswell Jr. who believes Spider-Man to be guilty of the death of his father and sister. Jonah admits, however, that the cause of Foswell senior's death was him, who put him under pressure, even if he did it to keep him from being a criminal again. Foswell Jr. at that point goes crazy and decides to shoot the two but Jonah stops him using a Killer, so he decides to blow up the robot, but Spidey throws him away before self-destruction. Jonah is devastated by guilt for all the troubles he has made over the years, but Peter encourages him by telling him that he has also done good deeds and that he must focus on the present not on the past. Heartfelt Jonah rejects the prize that Fisk wanted to give him by saying publicly that he is only a criminal and that Spider-Man will defeat him, then he leaves the job on the radio when he finds out that they want to downsize his program. Taskmaster and Black Ant capture the Scorpion.

Appearing in "Family Matters: Part One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #14.

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Synopsis for "Family Matters: Part One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #14.

Kraven the hunter hires Arcade to build something for him. Meanwhile Peter and MJ go to dinner to the Connors who now live in the sewers, being Curt the only one able to switch from the reptile aspect to the human one, while Billy and Martha are constantly humanoid lizards. Billy hates never being able to get out of the sewers and this leads him to violent quarrels with his father. Meanwhile, Aunt May is also out for dinner with her late husband's lawyer, and when he tries to tow her, she goes mad, saving a homeless man from a beating and offering him a meal. However, the restaurant is involved in a clash between Rhino, Taskmaster and Black Ant. Upon hearing of the clash, Spider-Man intervenes instantly, but Black Ant blows up the restaurant.

Appearing in "Family Matters: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #15.

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Synopsis for "Family Matters: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #15.

Spider-Man is forced to let Taskmaster and Black Ant kidnap Rhino who swears revenge, to seek his aunt and other customers, among the rubble of the restaurant. Aunt May is saved, but the homeless person she had helped is not so lucky. Before he dies the man turns out to be Ned Leeds. Later May decides to reopen the F.E.A.S.T. with the help of Randy Robertson, while Kraven has a force field built by Arcade.

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