Appearing in "The Wings of the Vulture!"
- Vulture (Blackie Drago) (First appearance)
- Adrian Toomes (Apparent death)
- Miles Warren
- Aunt May
- Anna May Watson
- Kraven the Hunter (Appears on screen)
- J. Jonah Jameson (Appears on screen)
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Suit
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Vulture's Wings
- Blackie Drago's short wave receiver(?)
- Blackie Drago's helmet
- NYPD Cars
- Harry Osborn's Car
Synopsis for "The Wings of the Vulture!"
As Spider-Man searches the city for trace of Kraven the Hunter, at the nearby prison Adrian Toomes is apparently on his death bed following an accident. Before he seemingly dies, he tells his cellmate Blackie Drago the location of a spare set of Vulture wings. Once he learns of their location, Drago reveals that the his "accident" was planned in the hopes that Toomes would reveal the location of the wings so that once Drago gets out of prison he can use the technology for his own personal gain.
That night, Drago manages to sneak out of the prison, and finds Toome's spare set of wings: hidden in a hiding place near the prison. Drago manages to escape before the guards can capture him, mastering how to use the wings in moments and flying away.
Peter has given up his search for Kraven for a while, when he realizes that he's coming down with a cold from all his winter time web-slinging. When he hears news of the new Vulture on the prowl he goes out to find the new Vulture in spite of his illness. This ends up working against him, as the new Vulture manages to defeat him easily before flying away and leaving Spider-Man unconscious in the snow.
Appearing in "When a Monarch Goes Mad!"
- unnamed Atlanteans
- Dorma's cousin, "Craven One"
- Armed Legions of Atlantis
- Seek-and-destroy units
- Neptune (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Neptune's Trident (Cameo)
- Krang's gas (so that Atlanteans can breathe air and their skins change to pink)
- Dorma's statue
- Legion cruisers
- Krang's ship
Synopsis for "When a Monarch Goes Mad!"
Continued from last issue...
Namor is furious at the news that Lady Dorma has gone off to marry the exiled Warlord Krang, unaware of the fact that she has been blackmailed to do so, left to believe that Krang has control over the Behemoth creature, unaware that Namor had recently defeated the creature. Lord Vashti tries to talk sense into Namor, attempting to get him to realize that she must have had a reason to go with Krang. the Sub-Mariner, however is too furious to listen to any of Vashti's advice.
His anger getting the better of him, Namor decrees that to speak Lady Dorma's name is forbidden and then has one of her known living relatives to be locked away in the dungeon for nothing more than being related to Lady Dorma. Vashti becomes more concerned as Namor completely loses his temper, making the elderly adviser wonder if this will spell the end of Atlantis. The Sub-Mariner attempts to calm his rage by using his strength to smash things but cannot shake his desire for vengeance. Deciding that he must have it, he attempts to track Krang's submarine but finds not trace, instead ordering his armies to go out and seek and destroy Lord Krang on sight.
Krang has managed to block the detecting rays of Atlantis' Observa-Coils with a special blocking device. Deciding that they need to retreat to the surface, Krang and Droma expose themselves to a special gas that allows them to breath outside of water and head to the surface, giving away their cover. Learning that Dorma and Krang intend to go to the surface world, the Sub-Mariner races after them in the hopes of getting the vengeance he believes the deserves.
This story is continued in Tales of Suspense Vol 1 79...