Peter Parker quits being Spider-Man because he gets no respect no matter how many people he saves. When he throws his costume in the garbage, some kid finds it and brings it to J. Jonah Jameson, chief of the Daily Bugle Building. While Peter is enjoying life not being Spider-Man, a new crime lord called Kingpin rises.
- Amazing Spider-Man Annual #8
- Spider-Man Comics Weekly #44
- Marvel Tales (Vol. 2) #190
- Marvel Masterworks: Amazing Spider-Man #5
- Essential Series: Spider-Man #3
- Astonishing Spider-Man #55
- Amazing Spider-Man: Through the Decades TPB #1
- Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus #2
- Epic Collection: Amazing Spider-Man #3
- Marvel Tales (Vol. 2) #36
- Spider-Man Comics Weekly #45
- Astonishing Spider-Man #57
- Marvel Masterworks: Amazing Spider-Man #6
- Marvel Tales (Vol. 2) #37
- Spider-Man Comics Weekly #46
- Daredevils #1
- Daredevils #2
- Astonishing Spider-Man #58
- Kingpin made his first appearance during this arc.
- DC Comics had their own homage to the famous scene of Parker walking away from his discarded uniform. This homage appeared in Adventures of Superman Annual #6, showcasing Ted Kord immediately after throwing away his Blue Beetle suit.
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