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Appearing in "Party People"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #6

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  • Unidentified bank robbers (First appearance)

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  • Humans (Main story and flashback)
  • Pigs (Mentioned) (Only in flashback)
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  • Spiders (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "Party People"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #6
  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "Into the Unknown"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #7

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  • Trevor (Mentioned) (Deceased) (Unnamed)
  • Franklin Storm (First full appearance) (Only in flashback)
  • Glenville Police Department (First appearance) (Only in flashback)
  • Numerous unnamed New Yorkers (Main story and flashback)
  • Fantastic Four (Mentioned)
  • Reed Richards (Mentioned)
  • Chester (First appearance)
  • Vogue (Mentioned) (Topical reference)

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Synopsis for "Into the Unknown"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #7
  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "All You Wanna Do"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #8

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Synopsis for "All You Wanna Do"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #8

Web-swinging through the Manhattan of Earth-65, Ghost-Spider laments that there's no evidence that Johnny Storm and Sue Storm have super-powers... aside from someone lobbing fireballs at the thugs she's been fighting. Grousing that she doesn't like coincidences, she arrives in Washington Square Park, where Reed Richards is playing chess. Reed greets her as "Spider-Woman" and notes that it's been a while since they last met, his opponent - an older man - protesting that they're not doing anything illegal.

Reassuring the man that she's not there to police them, Ghost-Spider informs Reed that she's changed her codename, and he scolds her for not keeping in touch. Reed's opponent concedes the game and leaves, Reed noting that he was three or four moves away from victory anyway. As Ghost-Spider takes the vacated chair, Reed asks her how she found him. Gwen replies that he hasn't exactly been hiding and she's noticed him in the background of social media posts. Reed remarks that if he had been trying to hide Gwen would never have found him, Ghost-Spider noting she never wants to meet an evil incarnation of him. Reed agrees and asks Ghost-Spider what she wants, and she replies that he is aware of the existence of the Multiverse and wants to know if he's ever met another incarnation of himself. Resetting the board, Reed replies that he has and notes that not all of them are agreeable. Gwen asks if he knows about Johnny and Susan Storm; Reed noting that in most realities they're his age and close allies, and he's not sure why that's not the case in Earth-65.

As Reed remarks that it's her move, Ghost-Spider grouses that she doesn't like him being unsure and protests that she's not playing. Reed replies that she will if she wants to chat with him, Ghost-Spider acquiescing and telling Reed what's been going on with the Storm twins. Reed asks why she'd think he cares, Ghost-Spider stating it's because in most universes they're a family. As Reed reminds her that's not the case with Earth-65, Ghost-Spider asks if there's any universes where they have powers and he doesn't; Reed asking her what's going on. Ghost-Spider admits all she has is a hunch, but that it's making her uncomfortable, Reed promising to keep his eyes open and remarking that it was nice to see her again - joking that he was beginning to worry she'd forgotten about him.

Watching their conversation from his lair, the Maker - an evil incarnation of Reed Richards - angrily reprimands Gwen for getting his Earth-65 counterpart involved, and that she only has herself to blame for what's about to happen and needs to learn to leave well-enough alone.

Realizing that the conversation with Reed didn't help as much as she'd hoped, Gwen notes that so far as she knows Johnny and Sue are always good guys. Deciding to take her mind off superheroing with schoolwork, Gwen activates the Ticket to the Multiverse and warps to the Earth-616. Transforming her symbiote into civilian clothes, Gwen notes that the Storms can wait for now, and that if she gives them enough web, they're bound to end up tangling themselves. Smirking as she notes she's been thinking in spider metaphors, Gwen doesn't notice a poster for C.R.A.D.L.E..

As Gwen takes a seat in the ESU lecture hall, she notes that she doesn't understand why people find material on superhero ethics to be hard. Informing the class that Dr. Connors is unavailable, Peter Parker states that they will be reviewing the previously-covered material -- Gwen lamenting having missed those classes. Spotting her, Peter asks that she stay after class. When the class ends, Gwen walks to the front and notes that at least she's not Public Enemy Number One in Earth-616. As Gwen asks what he wants, Peter tells her to wait until all the students have left, Gwen complaining that everyone will think they're in a relationship. Agreeing on how disturbing the rumor is, Peter ignores Gwen teasing him about his age and says that he needs to have a serious talk with her.

Gwen tells him that the Jackal from Earth-616 followed her to Earth-65 and attempted to kidnap her. Horrified, Peter asks if she's alright and Gwen remarks that she got away, but is confused as to why he was so obsessed with her, telling Peter that the Jackal had murdered his Earth-65 counterpart. Peter tells Gwen that the Jackal had been obsessed with her Earth-616 counterpart and laments having not thought to warn her about him. Gwen grouses that he's her problem now, telling Peter not to blame himself for the situation. Peter warns her that the Jackal won't stop coming after her, and Gwen replies that he'll suffer for thinking she's like the Earth-616 Gwen.

As Gwen smugly states she'll be fine since she's a superhero, Peter tells her that's what he wanted to talk to her about. Confused, Gwen asks him what's going on, and Peter informs her that there was an incident with the Champions and that Ms. Marvel was hospitalized with serious injuries. As Gwen asks if Kamala is alright, Peter notes that he's not involved enough to know, but that lobbyists petitioned the government to pass the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act - a bill outlawing superheroes younger than 21. Shocked and disgusted, Gwen protests that Peter was just 15 when he got his powers. Peter attempts to calm her by saying that underaged heroes can be sponsored by an adult hero, but Gwen is only offended by his offer to chaperone her.

Gwen angrily demands to know if people aren't considered adults until they turn 21 in Earth-616, her symbiote sprouting shoulder spikes and writhing tendrils. Peter tells her that people are considered adults at 18, asking if that's not the case in Earth-65 as well. Gwen states that it is, and that 18-year-olds are able to pay taxes, own property, and get married, but that for some reason in Earth-616 they're not allowed to fight for what's right.

Peter indignantly tells Gwen he's just trying to warn her to be careful, but she fires back asking why no-one has been protesting it. Peter tells her that the law was just passed and that the superhero community is still reeling from the incident, and Gwen asks how her ex-boyfriend, Miles Morales, is holding up - noting that she knows he and Kamala are close. Peter states that he knows Miles is upset over it, but that his former protégé has been avoiding him, Gwen sniping that that's understandable and that all C.R.A.D.L.E. and the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act are going to do is get more people hurt; bitterly adding that such a law wouldn't have saved her Peter and might have gotten her father killed.

Peter lamentingly states that he's not saying the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act is right, just that it exists. Gwen asks if the adult superheroes support the law, Peter stating that some of them do. Gwen snaps that Peter had better not one of them, stating that him doing so would destroy her trust in others and belief that good people exist in the Multiverse. Peter avoids answering by stating that thus far she's mostly avoided hero activities in Earth-616 and that he needs her to keep doing so; adding that at least in her home universe she's not breaking the law by doing so.

As Gwen - who had been imprisoned in Earth-65 for her vigilantism - bitterly protests how unfair that is and that her father begrudgingly approves of her being Ghost-Spider, Peter tells her that's not how the law works. Her symbiote manifesting a jagged hood, Gwen furiously asks Peter when superheroes have ever been concerned about the upholding the law over matters of right and wrong.

Peter suggests Gwen stay in Earth-65 for the time being and that he could excuse her absence by saying she has the flu, noting that the Stark visa also has allowances for events like alien invasions or dimensional rifts. Enraged, Gwen shouts that she's not skipping school because Peter's dimension decided to be stupid. Peter attempts to calm her by saying it's understandable that parents would be worried about their kids being in danger, but Gwen retorts that doesn't excuse passing a law that says legal adults can't fight their own battles. Storming off, Gwen snaps that she won't go looking for trouble in Earth-616, but that danger has never cared about how old she was. As she mockingly asks if he's happy now, Peter despondently watches her leave.

Back in Earth-65, Ghost-Spider - her hood jagged as her symbiote resonates with her anger - furiously asks herself what Peter knows about being told he can't be a hero, sneering that while he may have been young once he's now old and out-of-touch with the world. Realizing that she can't talk to her father about it since he would wholeheartedly approve of the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act, Ghost-Spider spots a burning apartment complex and asks a nearby firefighter how bad it is. The firefighter tells her a lot of people are trapped inside, and Ghost-Spider rushes into the burning building.

Transforming into her Venom form, Ghost-Spider notes her symbiote lets her breathe through the smoke and tries to send its constituent spiders to find the trapped people, though they are incinerated. Coming across a firefighter carrying an unconscious person, Ghost-Spider begins searching the rooms - discovering a pair of children and leaping through the apartment's window to return them to their parents. Rushing back in, Ghost-Spider thinks to herself that she doesn't enjoy being a hero, but that someone has to do something, and that people need to own what they build and that she's trying to build something good. Rescuing several elderly people and a cat, Ghost-Spider is thanked by the firefighters - who say there's no way they could have saved everyone without her help - and remarks to herself that superheroes are good for something after all. Telling the firefighters to stay safe and that she needs some sleep, Ghost-Spider web-swings away.

Across the city, Sue Storm sits in a plush chair and asks Johnny if he's ready. Johnny asks if she's sure this is a good idea, but Sue brushes off his protests by saying it's a whole new world and that they're the ones who'll rule it. Activating her smartphone's video camera, Sue addresses her social media followers, Johnny joining her in the livestream. Sue tells her followers that now that they're back they're never leaving again, Johnny chiming in that things are different now. Adding that things are fantastic, Sue says that the least they can do is invite Ghost-Spider to join them for a superhero team-up as Johnny's hand bursts into flames.

Appearing in "Where Does the Good Go?"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #9

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Synopsis for "Where Does the Good Go?"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #9

Sitting on the ceiling of her bedroom wearing tattered black short-shorts and a shredded white tank-top, Gwen Stacy watches the video that Sue and Johnny Storm made inviting her to team up. Pondering the ominous sensation she gets - as though the Storms are threatening her, she wonders how she should respond and whether to make an account on the website. Dropping to the floor, Gwen examines her reflection and addresses the Venom symbiote, asking it to make her clothes less ratty in exchange for a cheeseburger. The symbiote transforms into a black T-shirt and jeans, Gwen happily promising to add fries as a bonus. As she exits her bedroom to get them a healthy breakfast, she grumbles that it's unfair how she's stuck eating healthy food when her dad was the one who had a heart attack - not noticing the symbiote has left some of its constituent spiders behind.

Downstairs, Gwen greets her father, George Stacy, and asks if he saw the news. George Stacy replies that he did and scolds her for recklessly charging into a burning building. Gwen counters that she saved a lot of people doing so and that the fire department had lost control of the blaze, irritably snapping that George's job as a cop puts him in danger all the time. George replies that her being a superhero isn't a job, Gwen retorting that he could retire with a full pension and get a job to make even more money any time he wanted before asking why he doesn't. As George replies that he made a commitment to the force, Gwen replies that she made a commitment to protecting the people of the city as well. George protests that it's not the same thing, but Gwen snaps that he became a cop when he was her age and that she's a legal adult who can make her own decisions. Continuing, Gwen states that across the Multiverse the power of the spider chose Peter Parker but on Earth-65 it chose her instead. As the symbiote resonates with her anger by spawning lashing tendrils, Gwen shouts that she's not going to be a damsel in distress and that it shouldn't matter how old she is, just that she's willing to do what's right. Transforming into her Venom form, Gwen snarls that she's doing the best she can and that people need to stop trying to stop her.

George asks Gwen to calm down, saying that he's not trying to stop her from being a hero, just that he's worried about her. Retracting the symbiote from her face, Gwen retorts that she worries about him too but would never ask him to leave the force because she knows how much being a cop means to him, stating that being Ghost-Spider means just as much to her. As George assures her that no-one is going to stop her from being a hero, Gwen decides to tell him about the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act, saying that the Peter Parker of the Prime Marvel Universe offered to sponsor her, but that she refused out of indignation and anger. Mulling this over, George states that parents worry about their children, and that this worry sometimes causes them to make mistakes; adding that he can't imagine what Kamala Khan's parents must be going through and that if anything had happened to her before he'd found out she was a superhero he would probably have done something similar. George adds that while being a superhero isn't the life he imagined for her, he's done his best to be understanding. Gwen wryly notes that being a superhero wasn't the life she'd imagined for herself either, but that they can't waste their lives dwelling on what might've happened if events had gone differently. Kissing her father goodbye, Gwen says she's going out on patrol and to check on the Bodega Bandit.

As Ghost-Spider web-swings through the city, her phone goes off and she answers to find Betty Brant on the other end. Ghost-Spider tells her friend that she's seen the Storms' video and is surprised to hear her website is blowing up with people demanding they team up. Gwen contemplates whether or not to accept the team-up offer, before deciding to do so - if only as a way to find out what's going on with them. Creating an account, Ghost-Spider poses for the camera and films herself accepting the Storms' offer - inwardly grousing that doing so is humiliating. Noting that Betty will be happy and her website will see more traffic, Gwen grumps that MJ will accuse her of being full of herself before admitting that she'd probably be right, but that nevertheless she has to keep trying to help those who need her.

Arriving at the Bodega Bandit's hospital room, Ghost-Spider opens his window and steps inside. Waking up, the Bodega Bandit is happy to see her and teases her over the irony of her breaking the law to visit him. Ghost-Spider tells him they arrested the people who'd shot him, but the Bodega Bandit is more concerned about Pine Cone - fretting that he might be eaten by a cat. Ghost-Spider assures him that she'll keep an eye out for the hamster, telling the Bodega Bandit to rest and focus on healing so she can go back to thwarting him. The Bodega Bandit cheerfully remarks he's looking forward to it, calling her his nemesis - and for once she doesn't refute this.

As Ghost-Spider web-swings across the city, noting her teachers will be mad at her for skipping school, her phone goes off again. Checking her email, she grumbles that people haven't noticed she's put her odd-jobs requests on hold and is grossed out by an offer to sponsor a dating website. Deleting the spam and junk mail, she notes that the Storms have posted a reply to her video.

At their apartment, Susan and Johnny film themselves stating that they're thrilled that Ghost-Spider has accepted their offer, but once they're done they begin bickering - Susan sneering that Johnny was acting like a slavering dog and Johnny snapping that she was trying to make the team-up a girl-power thing. Susan retorts that while Gwen is an idealist she isn't stupid, reminding him she was willing to go to prison because she felt bad about having accidentally hurt people. Johnny chimes in asking what they should do about their mother, who they had just murdered. Susan remarks that the real marble kitchen their mother was so proud of will make it a perfect crematorium. Levitating their mother's corpse with her powers, Susan asks if Johnny feels like burning something. Johnny gleefully agrees, setting his fist ablaze, and they carry their mother's corpse to the kitchen and burn it.

Later, Ghost-Spider waits at the arranged meeting spot for the Storms to arrive, noting she feels like this is a bad idea. Setting off for a lap around the block, Ghost-Spider returns to find the Storms waiting for her - Susan dressed in a bodysuit and hooded green cloak, and Johnny wreathed in flames. Ghost-Spider's symbiote reacts negatively to the heat from Johnny's flames, Susan remarking that she doesn't feel like hugging him when he's all lit-up either. Hanging upside-down, Ghost-Spider asks why they wanted to team up, and Susan replies that Ghost-Spider is practically a veteran hero while they're new to their powers and want someone to show them the ropes. Ghost-Spider remarks that there isn't a lot of supervillain activity at the moment, with most of the major players being in prison. Susan and Johnny are shocked to learn that Matt Murdock was a villain, telling Ghost-Spider that he'd been their family's lawyer for years.

With no supervillains to fight, Ghost-Spider asks if they feel up for a patrol, Johnny remarking that it sounds like fun. As Johnny asks her to call him by his first name rather than "Mister Storm," Susan tells Ghost-Spider that their father was a doctor before darkly stating they don't like doctors - having a flashback to their encounter with Doctor Doom, the dictator of Latveria. As Ghost-Spider apologizes, Johnny tries to lighten the mood by saying it's not all bad since they have superpowers now - causing Ghost-Spider to ask if they got their powers through being experimented on. Susan and Johnny change the subject, and Ghost-Spider remembers that Man-Wolf's gang has been stirring up trouble near the docks. When Ghost-Spider asks how they got their powers again, Susan replies that they'll have plenty of time for exposition later. As Ghost-Spider web-swings towards the waterfront, Susan and Johnny hang back - Johnny grousing that Ghost-Spider asks too many questions and can't be trusted, and Susan telling him not to overreact and that Ghost-Spider will be too star-struck to be suspicious of them.

Ghost-Spider perches on a shipping container, and when Johnny asks why she's just watching she tells him that they need to wait for definitive proof of illicit activity and warns him not to hurt the thugs too badly. As one of the thugs opens a shipping container to reveal a stash of drugs, Ghost-Spider leaps into action before noticing she's by herself. Irritated, she calls out to the Storms that team-ups mean they help out; Susan appearing beside her and Johnny blasting the thugs with a torrent of flame. As Susan mocks Johnny's "Flame on!" catchphrase, Ghost-Spider jokingly suggests "It's clobbering time!" and laughs when Susan groans that it's even worse. As they subdue the thugs, Susan asks what comes next and Ghost-Spider says they call the police, congratulating each other for a job well done. As the Storms fly away, Susan calls out for Ghost-Spider to DM her, Gwen retracting her mask and happily remarking that the twins are nicer than she thought they'd be.

Appearing in "When the Chips Are Down"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #10

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Synopsis for "When the Chips Are Down"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Ghost-Spider #10

Turning over Man-Wolf's captured henchmen to the NYPD, Ghost-Spider web-swings home, not noticing Sue and Johnny Storm watching from a nearby alley. Unable to shake her suspicions that something is terribly wrong despite being elated at finally having allies, she returns home and startles her father - who is having breakfast.

George Stacy, still irritated over their argument the day before, remarks that he wasn't sure she was going to come home and quips that he's happy she still remembers how to use doors. Transforming her symbiote into a white T-shirt and black jeans, Gwen fills him in on her team-up with the Storms; George wryly asking what Vice thought about her messing up their sting. Gwen retorts that unless he informs her about ongoing police actions she's going to inevitably disrupt them, George bluntly stating that civilian interference in ongoing police investigations is a crime. Exasperated, Gwen asks her father why he can't just be proud of her; George protesting that while he's always proud of her he doesn't like that she's always risking her life. Gwen replies that the Storms had her back, though she's uneasy about not knowing what happened during the five years they went missing. George assures her that the Storms likely have a good reason for not telling anyone what happened - citing her keeping her own identity a secret - and that in the event they don't she'll figure it out; Gwen stating that she hopes he's right.

Five years prior, Susan and Johnny Storm wander through the streets of Latveria with Johnny's friend Trevor. As Johnny remarks on how creepy the medieval-style village is, Sue tells him to stop griping. Johnny, sure that he and his older sister are an unshakable team and that she will look out for him, follows her into Castle Doom. Doctor Doom, the armored dictator of Latveria, greets them and kneels before Sue, who introduces herself and her brother. To Johnny's shock and horror, Sue dismisses Trevor as worthless surplus and Doctor Doom kills him. Susan puts herself and Johnny through a gruelling training regimen to hone their physical abilities to their prime; flirting with Doctor Doom while her brother uneasily watches from the sidelines. Fulfilling Susan's ruthless ambitions, Doom imbues the twins with superhuman powers; Susan and Johnny brutally sparring with each other to master them. Susan continues to seduce Doctor Doom while slowly usurping authority from him; and once she decides that she and her brother no longer have anything left to learn from Doom she murders him. As Johnny immolates Doom's corpse, Susan dons the tyrant's armor and usurps his identity to become the ruler of Latveria.

In the present day, Gwen returns to her bedroom lamenting that her father doesn't really understand what being a superhero is like. Noting that she needs to rest and gorge herself to heal her suit, Gwen decides to let Sue and Johnny handle superheroing while she recovers. Her phone buzzes, and she picks it up dreading an angry rant from MJ berating her for missing band practise again. Gwen is surprised to see an urgent message from the Storms saying they need to talk immediately, and confused as to how they got her number. Getting a vaguely threatening followup message specifying to meet at Times Square, Gwen sets out - inwardly panicking that something bad must be happening. Upon arriving, she's both relieved and even more confused to see the Storms leisurely waiting for her, asking if everything is alright.

As Johnny expresses amazement at Ghost-Spider saying she can out-speed trains, Sue tells him to focus. Ghost-Spider again asks if everything is okay, Sue dropping her friendly demeanor and replying that for them it is but for her it isn't. As Ghost-Spider reacts in shocked outrage, Sue demands that she leave New York immediately, declaring that the city belongs to her and her brother. As Johnny watches uneasily, Ghost-Spider angrily refuses to go anywhere, her hood becoming jagged and spikes jutting from her shoulders. Ghost-Spider tells Sue and Johnny that she's willing to put this incident behind her if they back down and leave immediately. Encasing Ghost-Spider's head in a bubble, Susan coldly retorts that she promised Johnny she'd give Gwen a chance to comply instead of killing her outright, but that since Gwen refused they're doing things her way; declaring her intent to kill George Stacy as well. As Ghost-Spider tries to pull the bubble off her head, Sue coldly states that she and her brother not only have more followers and a better reputation but are more skilled, adding that no-one will ever find Gwen's body. As Johnny protests that Sue promised she wouldn't kill Gwen, Sue retorts that she said she'd try not to but that things are so much simpler if Gwen just vanishes. As Johnny acquiesces, Gwen's symbiote forms bladed tendrils and lashes out at Sue, the bubble vanishing as she recoils in alarm. As Ghost-Spider catches her breath, the symbiote's tendrils coil around Sue and constrict her, threatening to impale her. Flaming on, Johnny burns the tendrils away with a blast of fire and then notes that Gwen is nowhere to be seen, assuming he burnt her to ashes. Retorting that if there's no body she's not dead, Sue checks under the billboard to find Ghost-Spider hiding.

Sue encases Ghost-Spider's head again, but the symbiote fills Gwen's lungs and begins breathing for her. To Sue's surprise, Ghost-Spider attempts to kick through her energy barrier, knocking her back. Johnny angrily attempts to immolate Gwen for attacking his sister; Ghost-Spider's symbiote resonating with her anger at the Storms turning on her and further transforming into its Venomized form. Snapping that she's only defending herself, Ghost-Spider realizes she can't just web Johnny up and then comes up with a plan to put him out of commission; dodging his flame blasts as he says that New York isn't big enough for three superheroes, accidentally blasting Sue while distracted. As Ghost-Spider attempts to web-yank the Storms into each other, Sue encases her in a bubble and mockingly asks if Gwen really thought she could beat them. Ghost-Spider angrily demands to know why the Storms are attacking her when they were allies, Sue sneering that they used Gwen to establish themselves as heroes in the eyes of the public and intended to replace her all along. Johnny tells his sister to stop the villainous monologuing and just get killing Ghost-Spider over with, Sue reprimanding him to let her handle things. Johnny protests that they returned to New York to be superheroes and that they're already off to a bad start, Sue begrudgingly agreeing before saying that if Gwen refuses again they're doing things her way.

Ignoring Gwen asking if she gets a say, Sue says she has a proposal. Fully transforming into her Venom form, Ghost-Spider listens incredulously as Sue states that New York doesn't have the social media infrastructure to sustain three superheroes, and that since Gwen already has a criminal record it will be all-too-easy for the beloved Storms to turn public opinion against her. Again threatening Gwen's father, Susan pulls out a doctored video framing Ghost-Spider as an accomplice of Man-Wolf. As Ghost-Spider protests that she'd never say or do the things in the video, Sue coldly retorts that it's Gwen's word against the Storms', asking Gwen who she thinks the public will believe when people still think Ghost-Spider is a supervillain. Sue issues the ultimatum to leave New York forever or be branded a villain and returned to prison, Johnny begging Gwen not to make this harder than it has to be. Releasing Ghost-Spider, Sue threatens to kill everyone she loves if Gwen doesn't turn over the city to her and her brother.

Returning home, Gwen desparingly tells her father about the Storms and that she's going into exile in the Prime Marvel Universe for the time being. Sending messages out to the Mary Janes and Reed Richards telling them that she's going away on interdimensional business and to be careful, Ghost-Spider uses the Ticket to the Multiverse to travel to the Prime Marvel Universe.

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