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Quote1.png I'm happy because, as Spider-Man, I can find the meaning and purpose I'm missing. Because I know I can make a positive difference in the world. There were times in the past, in that dream-life I lived before, when I thought being Spider-Man was a curse. But now I see, so clearly... that it's a blessing. Quote2.png
Spider-Man (Ben Reilly)

Appearing in "The Humanity Agenda - Part One: Grief"

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  • Mutants (Only on screen as a static image or video record)

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Synopsis for "The Humanity Agenda - Part One: Grief"

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Solicit Synopsis

BECAUSE YOU DEMANDED IT!

Iconic Spider-Man scribe J.M. DeMatteis (KRAVEN’S LAST HUNT, SPIDER-MAN: THE LOST YEARS) returns to spin his webs once more within the Spidey mythos, this time joined by explosive artist David Baldeón (WEB WARRIORS, DOMINO)!

Together, they’re bringing you unlocked memories in the life of BEN REILLY, A.K.A. SPIDER-MAN!

Darkness looms over New York City as murders begin to pile up…but how are they all connected?

Do the answers Ben is looking for reside in the haunted halls of the RAVENCROFT INSTITUTE?

Find out as we return to the era when Ben Reilly was the one, true SPIDER-MAN!

Notes

  • This story is difficult to place chronologically. It briefly but directly references the events of Spider-Man: Redemption, wherein Janine and Kaine were arrested. However, that miniseries definitely occurs after Peter and Mary Jane had returned to New York, following their brief tenure in Portland. This story is set in a time period where Peter and Mary Jane still live in Portland, yet references events that occurred later. Thus far, the only way this series can work is if that reference is ignored.
  • The unlettered preview pages showed Sir on one of the monitors in Doctor Ashley Kafka's office; the character is absent, with the monitor now just being blank, in the printed version of the issue.

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