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Appearing in "Transformations, Literal & Otherwise"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #30.

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Synopsis for "Transformations, Literal & Otherwise"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #30.

While on a patrol to clear his head, Spider-Man meets Ezekiel, a man with powers very similar to his own who knows more about them than Spidey himself does. Meanwhile, a man named Morlun appears at the docks with sinister intentions.

Appearing in "Coming Home"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #31.

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Synopsis for "Coming Home"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #31.

Morlun enters revealing his connection to Spider-Man. Peter Parker becomes the new science teacher at his old high school, but first must deal with a gun man, once a student.

Appearing in "Marked for Destruction by Dr. Doom!"

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

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Synopsis for "Marked for Destruction by Dr. Doom!"

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

After a report by J. Jonah Jameson about the "menace" of Spider-Man, Peter (in order to avoid any suspicion that he's really Spider-Man) speaks negatively about his alter ego, earning him harsh words from Flash Thompson. Meanwhile, Dr. Doom had seen this same report, and decided that after surviving his last encounter battling the Fantastic Four, that perhaps Spider-Man would make for a good partner to eliminate his mortal foes.

Doom uses a device which sends out a signal that affects Peter's spider-sense, and Peter goes to it as Spider-Man. Doom offers Spider-Man an alliance. Spider-Man naturally refuses and a brief battle ensues in which Spider-Man escapes. While back at Midtown High, Flash has decided to play a prank on Peter Parker by giving him a "scare" in his new Spider-Man costume in the hopes of getting Parker to have more respect for Spider-Man.

This prank backfires, as Dr. Doom begins trying to track down Spider-Man to get revenge. As Thompson is near Peter when Doom is tracking Spider-Man, he captures Thompson instead. Doom then sends out a message to the Fantastic Four to battle him or Spider-Man will be killed. Peter at first believes that Flash deserves his fate, but his sense of responsibility sends him out to rescue Flash anyway.

Spider-Man goes to Flash's rescue, and manages to hold his own against Doom's weapons and attacks. However, when the Fantastic Four arrive as well, Doom decides to flee the battle. Spider-Man decides to leave as well, leaving the Fantastic Four to rescue Thompson, hoping that he learns his lesson. The next day at school he sees otherwise, as Flash boasts about his experience. Peter, needing to keep his identity as Spider-Man secret, of course cannot say anything otherwise.

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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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