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Appearing in "Mother of Exiles: part one"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1.

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Synopsis for "Mother of Exiles: part one"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1.

Spider-Man saves a man and his daughter, Jordie, when the van they were driving falls off a bridge. He tries to reward him, but Spidey refuses, asking him instead to do charity to some poor of his acquaintance. Later as Peter helps an elderly neighbor, Marnie, to carry groceries, she tells him that another neighbor, Leilani, needs help, and that since he knows Spider-Man he should talk to her.

Leilani does not seem to place much trust in Spider-Man and Peter finally suggests that he contact other heroes via the latter. The woman finally accepts and Peter decides to go down to get food for the two of them before speaking further, and runs into the needy who have been given alms thanks to Spider-Man earlier, offering them food as well. Back in Leilani's apartment, Peter finds it full of men, and one of them strikes him with such strength to stun him.

Young Parker is woken up half an hour later by Marnie and his roommate, Randy. The latter called the police, but his call was ignored. Peter returns to his apartment, to get his costume and go look for Leilani, but his other roomate tells him that she left him a basket of dirty laundry. Suddenly the basket opens, and two children with white hair and orange skin come out.

Appearing in "Mother of Exiles: part two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #2.

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Synopsis for "Mother of Exiles: part two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #2.

In his office, Mayor Wilson Fisk complains to someone over the phone about the damage they caused. He declares that he has silenced everything, but also that their agreement will last only as long as it is rationally advantageous.

Meanwhile in his apartment, Spidey discovers that his guests are named Jasper and Tierra and that they are children of Leilani. Peter promises them that he will find their mother, and not being able to leave them alone calls the Human Torch to help take care of them. Marnie warns Peter that the police have not yet arrived and that someone is guarding the building, and young Parker recognizes the man who first laid him down. Johnny approaches Peter's apartment by flying, so to prevent the mysterious man from seeing him, Peter throws a spider web into his face. Spidey explained the situation to his friend, decides to try to interrogate the man who supervises the building, but he tears the cobweb from his face, revealing that he too has orange skin and is equipped with super strength. The orange man collapses debris on a passer-by and having to protect the latter Spider-Man cannot chase him, but manages to tear the license plate from the car that his antagonist uses to escape. Shortly after Spidey is joined by a policewoman, to whom he recently saved the family and who agrees to help him. The detective, thanks to the plaque, goes back to an address abandoned for decades, and gives him her phone number urging him to call her if he needed help. Reached an abandoned consulate the spider still faces the orange man. During the fight he is joined by Marnie, who turns out to be super-strong and easily spreads the man. Presented as Ruror, the old lady calls Peter by his real name.

Appearing in 3rd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #2.



Synopsis for 3rd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #2.



Solicit Synopsis

52 action-packed pages of arachnid adventure!

Spider-Man’s bizarre life is about to get even weirder. The wall-crawler finds himself babysitting strange orange-skinned kids and battling strange enforcers who are almost as strong as the Hulk! Plus, special guest-star the Human Torch!

By Tom Taylor and Juann Cabal!

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