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Defenders #64 Month Image = She-Hulk Vol 1 5.jpg Image2 = She-Hulk Vol 1 5 Textless.jpg Image2Text = Textless Month = 9 Year = 2004 StoryArc = The Big Picture Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada CoverArtist1 = Mike Mayhew Quotation = Hank Pym showed me the plans for it. An entire prison, shrunk down to miniature size, inmates and all. Speaker = She-Hulk StoryTitle1 = More Than A Handful Writer1_1 = Dan Slott Penciler1_1 = Juan Bobillo Inker1_1 = Marcelo Sosa Colourist1_1 = Chris Chuckry Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharp Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort Synopsis1 = After robbing a record store, the new super-villain named Southpaw she is confronted by the New Warriors. Although blasts Nova, she is quickly incapacitated by a nerve pinch from Night Thrasher. As Southpaw is being taken away from police she demands to speak to her lawyer.

Meanwhile, at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, Jennifer Walters, and Augustus Pugliese are dealing with a troublesome client, the ape-man Mr. Bobo. Soon they are joined by John Jameson who has come to take Jennifer out on their date. They go out for lunch in Little Italy. There they get to talking about the first time they met. Their reminiscence is interrupted by autograph hounds, and although Jennifer thinks they are there for her, they are actually seeking autographs from John. Suddenly, Nova comes crashing down from his fight with Southpaw, prompting Jennifer to change into She-Hulk to smash debris and save a disabled man from a speeding bus. This gives She-Hulk the praise she has been craving. While back at the offices at GLK&H, Mallory Book informs Holden Holliway that Southpaw has been captured. As he tells her to call everyone in on this case and call in every favor, he gets a call from She-Hulk who tells him that he won't be coming in today. Mallory is unimpressed by this case of "green flu" and wonders how often this is going to happen. Holden is unconcerned, as his highest priority is Southpaw.

Later, at the Big House a maximum security prison that uses Pym Particles to shrink the inmates, Southpaw finds herself put in a cell among the super-villain population. Her cell is put next to the Mad Thinker who attempts to befriend the impressionable young girl. He informs her that he knows that her all about how relative her legal representation is and asks her to stall things when they come to visit. At that moment, She-Hulk is still out with John Jameson and is taken aback when John admits that he preferred spending time with Jennifer Walters as opposed to She-Hulk. Before she can learn more her phone rings and it is her boss Holden Holliway. Holliway is reigning her in, he tells her not to bother changing back to human form, as they are going to need the She-Hulk on this case. Soon they are shipped out to the Big House, where She-Hulk is amused to see villains like the Wrecking Crew shrunk down in size while imprisoned here. As the guard prepare to remove Southpaw from the cafeteria to meet with her lawyers, the Mad Thinker tells the villains gathered at his table to get ready.

When the field is dropped, Vermin uses his abilities to summon a rat to run through the kitchen and into the cafeteria, where it attacks Scorpion. While the guards scramble to contain the prisoners and kill the rat, a villain known as Figment casts an illusion to make it appear that the prisoners have been led back to the cells, when in fact they are hiding underneath a cube of sand provided by Sandman. Another villain named Silencer uses her powers to allow the escaping prisoners slip past the guards unheard. Meanwhile, Holden is interviewing Southpaw and she quickly loses his temper at him for making excuses for her. She reminds him that she formed her gang, she found the Gauntlet and her parents are dead. She-Hulk suddenly realizes that Holden and Southpaw are related and he confirms that she is his granddaughter. At that moment in the infirmary, surgeons are examining the Scorpion who was seriously wounded by the rat. Needing to shrink down to perform the delicate surgery needed, the doctor orders the guards to open the vault of shrinking gas. With the vault open, the Mad Thinker and his allies swarm the guards. They then use the shrinking gas to shrink most of the guards, save for a female. The Mandrill crawls up her nose so that his pheromones make her his slave. Using more shrinking gas, the Mad Thinker and his fellow prisoners shrink down even more and climb onto the female security guard.

At that moment, Holden Holliway argues with Warden Dawber to have Southpaw released. He points out that despite her superhuman powers she is still a minor. He then files paperwork that allows her to be released into custody of her legal guardian, himself, and to be kept under the supervision of an accredited Avenger. When She-Hulk realizes that he means her, she can't believe what she is hearing. Soon they are leaving with Southpaw, who is less than enthused to be taken out of the prison. As they head out, the female security guard under the control of the Mandrill asks to shake She-Hulk's hand. She obliges, unaware that this is allowing the shrunken supervillains to cross over and hitch a ride on She-Hulk's skin.

Appearing1 =

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • The Mad Thinker who appears here is not the real mad scientist, but actually an android, as revealed next issue.
Trivia = Recommended = Links = She-Hulk #5=She-Hulk Vol 1 5|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = She-Hulk Vol 1 5.jpg

§ Image2 = She-Hulk Vol 1 5 Textless.jpg § Image2Text = Textless § Month = 9 § Year = 2004 § StoryArc = The Big Picture

§ Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada § CoverArtist1 = Mike Mayhew

§ Quotation = Henry Pym (Earth-616)§Hank Pym showed me the plans for it. An entire prison, shrunk down to miniature size, inmates and all. § Speaker = Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)§She-Hulk

§ StoryTitle1 = More Than A Handful § Writer1_1 = Dan Slott § Penciler1_1 = Juan Bobillo § Inker1_1 = Marcelo Sosa § Colourist1_1 = Chris Chuckry § Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharp § Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort

§ Synopsis1 = After robbing a record store, the new super-villain named Southpaw she is confronted by the New Warriors. Although blasts Nova, she is quickly incapacitated by a nerve pinch from Night Thrasher. As Southpaw is being taken away from police she demands to speak to her lawyer.

Meanwhile, at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, Jennifer Walters, and Augustus Pugliese are dealing with a troublesome client, the ape-man Mr. Bobo. Soon they are joined by John Jameson who has come to take Jennifer out on their date. They go out for lunch in Little Italy. There they get to talking about the first time they met. Their reminiscence is interrupted by autograph hounds, and although Jennifer thinks they are there for her, they are actually seeking autographs from John. Suddenly, Nova comes crashing down from his fight with Southpaw, prompting Jennifer to change into She-Hulk to smash debris and save a disabled man from a speeding bus. This gives She-Hulk the praise she has been craving. While back at the offices at GLK&H, Mallory Book informs Holden Holliway that Southpaw has been captured. As he tells her to call everyone in on this case and call in every favor, he gets a call from She-Hulk who tells him that he won't be coming in today. Mallory is unimpressed by this case of "green flu" and wonders how often this is going to happen. Holden is unconcerned, as his highest priority is Southpaw.

Later, at the Big House a maximum security prison that uses Pym Particles to shrink the inmates, Southpaw finds herself put in a cell among the super-villain population. Her cell is put next to the Mad Thinker who attempts to befriend the impressionable young girl. He informs her that he knows that her all about how relative her legal representation is and asks her to stall things when they come to visit. At that moment, She-Hulk is still out with John Jameson and is taken aback when John admits that he preferred spending time with Jennifer Walters as opposed to She-Hulk. Before she can learn more her phone rings and it is her boss Holden Holliway. Holliway is reigning her in, he tells her not to bother changing back to human form, as they are going to need the She-Hulk on this case. Soon they are shipped out to the Big House, where She-Hulk is amused to see villains like the Wrecking Crew shrunk down in size while imprisoned here. As the guard prepare to remove Southpaw from the cafeteria to meet with her lawyers, the Mad Thinker tells the villains gathered at his table to get ready.

When the field is dropped, Vermin uses his abilities to summon a rat to run through the kitchen and into the cafeteria, where it attacks Scorpion. While the guards scramble to contain the prisoners and kill the rat, a villain known as Figment casts an illusion to make it appear that the prisoners have been led back to the cells, when in fact they are hiding underneath a cube of sand provided by Sandman. Another villain named Silencer uses her powers to allow the escaping prisoners slip past the guards unheard. Meanwhile, Holden is interviewing Southpaw and she quickly loses his temper at him for making excuses for her. She reminds him that she formed her gang, she found the Gauntlet and her parents are dead. She-Hulk suddenly realizes that Holden and Southpaw are related and he confirms that she is his granddaughter. At that moment in the infirmary, surgeons are examining the Scorpion who was seriously wounded by the rat. Needing to shrink down to perform the delicate surgery needed, the doctor orders the guards to open the vault of shrinking gas. With the vault open, the Mad Thinker and his allies swarm the guards. They then use the shrinking gas to shrink most of the guards, save for a female. The Mandrill crawls up her nose so that his pheromones make her his slave. Using more shrinking gas, the Mad Thinker and his fellow prisoners shrink down even more and climb onto the female security guard.

At that moment, Holden Holliway argues with Warden Dawber to have Southpaw released. He points out that despite her superhuman powers she is still a minor. He then files paperwork that allows her to be released into custody of her legal guardian, himself, and to be kept under the supervision of an accredited Avenger. When She-Hulk realizes that he means her, she can't believe what she is hearing. Soon they are leaving with Southpaw, who is less than enthused to be taken out of the prison. As they head out, the female security guard under the control of the Mandrill asks to shake She-Hulk's hand. She obliges, unaware that this is allowing the shrunken supervillains to cross over and hitch a ride on She-Hulk's skin.

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • She-Hulk and John Jameson recount their first encounter which happened {c§Savage She-Hulk #13}-{c§Savage She-Hulk #14§14}.
  • The Mad Thinker who appears here is not the real mad scientist, but actually an android, as revealed {c§She-Hulk #6§next issue}.

§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links = }}

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Daredevil #2 Month Image = Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1.jpg Month = October Year = 1964 Editor-in-Chief = Stan Lee CoverArtist1 = Steve Ditko CoverArtist2 = Stan Goldberg CoverArtist3 = Artie Simek Quotation = Use your head, Electro! Each of us almost beat him, all alone! Working together, how can we fail?? Speaker = Kraven the Hunter PreviousIssue = Amazing Spider-Man #16 NextIssue = Amazing Spider-Man #17 StoryTitle1 = The Sinister Six Writer1_1 = Stan Lee Writer1_2 = Steve Ditko Penciler1_1 = Steve Ditko Inker1_1 = Steve Ditko Colourist1_1 = Letterer1_1 = Sam Rosen Editor1_1 = Stan Lee Synopsis1 =

Having broken out of prison, Dr. Octopus gathers Mysterio, Electro, Kraven the Hunter, the Vulture and Sandman to get revenge against Spider-Man as the Sinister Six. Meanwhile, Spider-Man has once more found that his spider powers have faded and has to exercise more caution getting back home, lest someone take advantage of his lost powers to find out his secret identity.

As Peter wanders the city lost in thought over all the stress caused because of his Spider-Man identity, he doesn't go to school. This prompts the school to call his Aunt May. Worried about Peter, she goes to Betty Brant for help, and they, in turn, see if J. Jonah Jameson has seen Peter recently. This makes them a target for the Sinister Six, who have decided to use Betty Brant as bait to lure Spider-Man, and so they kidnap both Betty and Aunt May.

Peter arrives at the Bugle just in time to see the Vulture delivering a message to Jameson. The Vulture tells him that the Sinister Six has gone to six different locations and at each location has a clue to the whereabouts of Betty and May. While super-heroes all over the city try to find Spider-Man, Peter decides that powers or no powers, he's going to save his Aunt May and Betty from his enemies.

At the first location, the local power plant owned by Stark Industries, Peter faces Electro. During the fight, he realizes that his powers have returned. He easily defeats Electro and learns the next location. When Iron Man arrives to offer help, Spider-Man refuses.

His next fight is with Kraven the Hunter who attacks Spider-Man in Central Park with three tigers. Spider-Man easily fights off the attackers and secures the next clue. Along the way, the Human Torch offers help, but once again, Spider-Man refuses. His next location is controlled by Mysterio, who sends androids based on the X-Men to attack the wall-crawler. Spider-Man easily defeats the androids and Mysterio. The next clue is set ablaze, but Spider-Man recovers its contents with his web-fluid.

His next battle is against Sandman, sealed in an airless room. Spider-Man defeats Sandman with his superior lung capacity. Next, he battles the Vulture high over the city and defeats him as well, gaining the location of Dr. Octopus, who has been holding Betty and May hostage. May, completely oblivious to her situation, believes they are Octavius' houseguests.

Spider-Man battles Octopus and his mechanical arms. Their fight takes them to a giant fishbowl, where Octopus battles Spider-Man in his "natural habitat." Spider-Man defeats Octopus by filling the tank with his webbing and tangling Octavius up. Spider-Man frees Aunt May and Betty Brant. Returning to his civilian guise, he meets up with them as Peter Parker. Aunt May remains upset with Peter over his skipping class. Jameson is once more made a fool, when he has to publish a story about how heroic Spider-Man is, and as for the Sinister Six? Forced to share a prison cell, the villains squabble among themselves.

Appearing1 =

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Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

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StoryTitle2 = A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes! Writer2_1 = Stan Lee Penciler2_1 = Steve Ditko Inker2_1 = Steve Ditko Editor2_1 = Stan Lee Synopsis2 = A gallery of Spider-Man's enemies including: The Burglar, The Chameleon, The Vulture, The Tinkerer, Dr. Octopus, Dr. Doom, Sandman, The Lizard, The Living Brain, Electro, The Enforcers, The Green Goblin, Mysterio and Kraven the Hunter. Appearing2 =

Featured Characters:

StoryTitle3 = The Secrets of Spider-Man! Writer3_1 = Stan Lee Penciler3_1 = Steve Ditko Inker3_1 = Steve Ditko Editor3_1 = Stan Lee Synopsis3 = A feature which explains Spider-Man's various abilities, powers, and devices. Including his web-shooters, signal light, and the reflective lenses of his mask. Appearing3 =

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

StoryTitle4 = Supporting Cast Pin-Ups Writer4_1 = Stan Lee Penciler4_1 = Steve Ditko Inker4_1 = Steve Ditko Editor4_1 = Stan Lee Synopsis4 = A series of pin-ups of Spider-Man and Peter Parker, as well as his supporting casts and guest stars over the first sixteen issues of Amazing Spider-Man. These include J. Jonah Jameson, Betty Brant, Aunt May, Flash Thompson, Liz Allen, Daredevil, and a diagram about Aunt May's home. Appearing4 =

Featured Characters:

StoryTitle5 = How Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Create Spider-Man! Writer5_1 = Stan Lee Penciler5_1 = Steve Ditko Inker5_1 = Steve Ditko Editor5_1 = Stan Lee Synopsis5 = A feature starring Stan Lee and Steve Ditko explaining how they create Spider-Man comics. Appearing5 =

Featured Characters:

Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • As the Sinister Six gather, the members point out how they were previously defeated by Spider-Man. These events happened in Amazing Spider-Man #9 (Electro), 13 (Mysterio), and 15 (Kraven).
  • Typically, people cannot see Doctor Strange in his astral form. However, the reason why Flash Thompson and his fellow bullies can see Strange is due to a past encounter in Untold Tales of Spider-Man Strange Encounter #1. This allowed them to temporarily see Strange's spirit form.
  • The Vulture states that Spider-Man had defeated him twice. This is not entirely accurate. Not only was he defeated in Amazing Spider-Man #2 and 7, he was also defeated by Spider-Man in Untold Tales of Spider-Man #5 and 12. This error can be attributed to the fact that Untold Tales was published decades after this story. One could assume that the Vulture underplayed how many times Spider-Man defeated him in the past.
  • The reason the Sinister Six kidnap Betty Brant is because Doctor Octopus has determined that there is some connection between her and Spider-Man, as he first discovered back in Amazing Spider-Man #11-12.
  • The Human Torch uses his powers to write a message to Spider-Man in the sky. A routine he started in Strange Tales Annual #2 whenever he sought out the wall-crawler.
  • Spider-Man refers to Iron Man as Tony Stark's bodyguard. At the time of this story, Spider-Man (and the world at large) did not know that Iron Man and Stark were the same individuals. This fact is not revealed until Iron Man Vol 3 #55.
  • All references to the 1964 New York World's Fair as being a recent event/construct should be considered a topical reference per the Sliding Timescale of Earth-616. Likewise should Aunt May's complaints about missing the Beverly Hillbillies.

Chronology Notes

A flashback in this story affects the chronology of the following characters:

Publication Notes

  • 1st story credits:
    • 41 pages of indescribable excitement
    • Written by: Stan Lee
    • Drawn by: Steve Ditko
    • Possibly the most talked about team in comics today!
    • Lettered by: S. Rosen
Trivia = Recommended = Links = Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1=Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1.jpg

§ Month = October § Year = 1964

§ Editor-in-Chief = Stan Lee § CoverArtist1 = Steve Ditko § CoverArtist2 = Stan Goldberg § CoverArtist3 = Artie Simek

§ Quotation = Use your head, Maxwell Dillon (Earth-616)§Electro! Each of us almost beat Peter Parker (Earth-616)§him, all alone! Working together, how can we fail?? § Speaker = Sergei Kravinoff (Earth-616)§Kraven the Hunter

§ PreviousIssue = Amazing Spider-Man #16 § NextIssue = Amazing Spider-Man #17

§ StoryTitle1 = The Sinister Six § Writer1_1 = Stan Lee § Writer1_2 = Steve Ditko § Penciler1_1 = Steve Ditko § Inker1_1 = Steve Ditko § Colourist1_1 = § Letterer1_1 = Sam Rosen § Editor1_1 = Stan Lee § Synopsis1 =

Having broken out of prison, Dr. Octopus gathers Mysterio, Electro, Kraven the Hunter, the Vulture and Sandman to get revenge against Spider-Man as the Sinister Six. Meanwhile, Spider-Man has once more found that his spider powers have faded and has to exercise more caution getting back home, lest someone take advantage of his lost powers to find out his secret identity.

As Peter wanders the city lost in thought over all the stress caused because of his Spider-Man identity, he doesn't go to school. This prompts the school to call his Aunt May. Worried about Peter, she goes to Betty Brant for help, and they, in turn, see if J. Jonah Jameson has seen Peter recently. This makes them a target for the Sinister Six, who have decided to use Betty Brant as bait to lure Spider-Man, and so they kidnap both Betty and Aunt May.

Peter arrives at the Bugle just in time to see the Vulture delivering a message to Jameson. The Vulture tells him that the Sinister Six has gone to six different locations and at each location has a clue to the whereabouts of Betty and May. While super-heroes all over the city try to find Spider-Man, Peter decides that powers or no powers, he's going to save his Aunt May and Betty from his enemies.

At the first location, the local power plant owned by Stark Industries, Peter faces Electro. During the fight, he realizes that his powers have returned. He easily defeats Electro and learns the next location. When Iron Man arrives to offer help, Spider-Man refuses.

His next fight is with Kraven the Hunter who attacks Spider-Man in Central Park with three tigers. Spider-Man easily fights off the attackers and secures the next clue. Along the way, the Human Torch offers help, but once again, Spider-Man refuses. His next location is controlled by Mysterio, who sends androids based on the X-Men to attack the wall-crawler. Spider-Man easily defeats the androids and Mysterio. The next clue is set ablaze, but Spider-Man recovers its contents with his web-fluid.

His next battle is against Sandman, sealed in an airless room. Spider-Man defeats Sandman with his superior lung capacity. Next, he battles the Vulture high over the city and defeats him as well, gaining the location of Dr. Octopus, who has been holding Betty and May hostage. May, completely oblivious to her situation, believes they are Octavius' houseguests.

Spider-Man battles Octopus and his mechanical arms. Their fight takes them to a giant fishbowl, where Octopus battles Spider-Man in his "natural habitat." Spider-Man defeats Octopus by filling the tank with his webbing and tangling Octavius up. Spider-Man frees Aunt May and Betty Brant. Returning to his civilian guise, he meets up with them as Peter Parker. Aunt May remains upset with Peter over his skipping class. Jameson is once more made a fool, when he has to publish a story about how heroic Spider-Man is, and as for the Sinister Six? Forced to share a prison cell, the villains squabble among themselves.

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

§ StoryTitle2 = A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes! § Writer2_1 = Stan Lee § Penciler2_1 = Steve Ditko § Inker2_1 = Steve Ditko § Editor2_1 = Stan Lee § Synopsis2 = A gallery of Spider-Man's enemies including: The Burglar, The Chameleon, The Vulture, The Tinkerer, Dr. Octopus, Dr. Doom, Sandman, The Lizard, The Living Brain, Electro, The Enforcers, The Green Goblin, Mysterio and Kraven the Hunter.

§ Appearing2 = Featured Characters:

§ StoryTitle3 = The Secrets of Spider-Man! § Writer3_1 = Stan Lee § Penciler3_1 = Steve Ditko § Inker3_1 = Steve Ditko § Editor3_1 = Stan Lee § Synopsis3 = A feature which explains Spider-Man's various abilities, powers, and devices. Including his web-shooters, signal light, and the reflective lenses of his mask.

§ Appearing3 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

§ StoryTitle4 = Supporting Cast Pin-Ups § Writer4_1 = Stan Lee § Penciler4_1 = Steve Ditko § Inker4_1 = Steve Ditko § Editor4_1 = Stan Lee § Synopsis4 = A series of pin-ups of Spider-Man and Peter Parker, as well as his supporting casts and guest stars over the first sixteen issues of Amazing Spider-Man. These include J. Jonah Jameson, Betty Brant, Aunt May, Flash Thompson, Liz Allen, Daredevil, and a diagram about Aunt May's home.

§ Appearing4 = Featured Characters:

§ StoryTitle5 = How Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Create Spider-Man! § Writer5_1 = Stan Lee § Penciler5_1 = Steve Ditko § Inker5_1 = Steve Ditko § Editor5_1 = Stan Lee § Synopsis5 = A feature starring Stan Lee and Steve Ditko explaining how they create Spider-Man comics.

§ Appearing5 = Featured Characters:

§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • The narrative of this story recounts the origins of Doctor Octopus as seen in {c§Amazing Spider-Man #3}.
  • As the Sinister Six gather, the members point out how they were previously defeated by Spider-Man. These events happened in {c§Amazing Spider-Man #9} (Electro), {c§Amazing Spider-Man #13§13} (Mysterio), and {c§Amazing Spider-Man #15§15} (Kraven).
  • Typically, people cannot see Doctor Strange in his astral form. However, the reason why Flash Thompson and his fellow bullies can see Strange is due to a past encounter in {c§Untold Tales of Spider-Man Strange Encounter #1}. This allowed them to temporarily see Strange's spirit form.
  • Spider-Man recounts how his Uncle Ben was murdered. That happened in {c§Amazing Fantasy #15}.
  • The Vulture states that Spider-Man had defeated him twice. This is not entirely accurate. Not only was he defeated in {c§Amazing Spider-Man #2} and {c§Amazing Spider-Man #7§7}, he was also defeated by Spider-Man in {c§Untold Tales of Spider-Man #5} and {c§Untold Tales of Spider-Man #12§12}. This error can be attributed to the fact that Untold Tales was published decades after this story. One could assume that the Vulture underplayed how many times Spider-Man defeated him in the past.
  • The reason the Sinister Six kidnap Betty Brant is because Doctor Octopus has determined that there is some connection between her and Spider-Man, as he first discovered back in {c§Amazing Spider-Man #11}-{c§Amazing Spider-Man #12§12}.
  • The Human Torch uses his powers to write a message to Spider-Man in the sky. A routine he started in {c§Strange Tales Annual #2} whenever he sought out the wall-crawler.
  • Spider-Man refers to Iron Man as Tony Stark's bodyguard. At the time of this story, Spider-Man (and the world at large) did not know that Iron Man and Stark were the same individuals. This fact is not revealed until {c§Iron Man Vol 3 #55}.

Chronology Notes

A flashback in this story affects the chronology of the following characters:

Publication Notes

  • 1st story credits:
    • 41 pages of indescribable excitement
    • Written by: Stan Lee
    • Drawn by: Steve Ditko
    • Possibly the most talked about team in comics today!
    • Lettered by: S. Rosen

§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links =

}}

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Spider-Man Family Vol 2 #3 Month Image = Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 56.jpg Month = April Year = 1977 Editor-in-Chief = Archie Goodwin CoverArtist1 = John Romita Jr. CoverArtist2 = Frank Giacoia CoverArtist3 = Danny Crespi Quotation = Let them fight it out -- kill each other! Good Riddance is all I got to say! Speaker = J. Jonah Jameson StoryTitle1 = Double Danger at the Daily Bugle! Writer1_1 = Bill Mantlo Penciler1_1 = Sal Buscema Inker1_1 = Dave Hunt Colourist1_1 = Dave Hunt Letterer1_1 = Joe Rosen Editor1_1 = Archie Goodwin Synopsis1 = While on patrol, Daredevil detects the super-villain known as the Blizzard attacking a Daily Bugle delivery truck. Daredevil attempts to stop the crook, but the Blizzard manages to make his escape. Upon investigating the scene, Daredevil "reads" the headline on the paper, which is simply a plea from Commissioner Black to end the postal strike.

Meanwhile, at the Daily Bugle office, Peter Parker is going up in the elevator and has grown suspicious as to why J. Jonah Jameson had his secretary call him and tell him not to bother coming in. Upon reaching the Bugle's main office, he finds that it is filled with really shady characters who refuse to let him see Jameson and violently push him out of the way. Finding the whole situation fishy, Peter sneaks around to Jonah's back door and peers through the upper window. As it turns out, the Blizzard and Electro have teamed up and captured J. Jonah Jameson and the Daily Globe's editor Barney Bushkin in order to blackmail them into giving their companies' payrolls to the two crooks. Electro is furious about the day's headline having a hidden message reading "Help Blackmail".

Just then, Daredevil smashes through the window and begins fighting the crooks. As some of the two villains' thugs make a run for it out of the back door, they are knocked out by Peter, who has changed into Spider-Man. As Electro and Blizzard flee the scene, both heroes attempt to catch them but only succeed in running into each other and allowing for them to get away. Working together Spider-Man and Daredevil rush after the crooks, leaving Jameson and Bushkin to their own devices. Jameson manages to talk Bushkin in helping him clobber the crooks.

Everyone ends up in the basement, where Spider-Man, Daredevil, Electro, and Blizzard continue their fight. Jameson and Bushkin attempt to hit Electro from behind with chairs, but they bungle it and are sent running for safety. While Daredevil tackles the Blizzard, Spider-Man tangles with his old foe Electro. During the fight, Daredevil is knocked for a loop by Blizzard and is saved when Spider-Man tricks Electro into firing an electric bolt at Blizzard just as he is using his freezing powers. In striking the ice, the electricity turns it into steam, which quickly envelopes the Blizzard and freezes into solid ice, incapacitating him. Electro is then easily knocked out by Daredevil and Spider-Man, who land a powerful blow that sends Electro rebounding off a printing press and slamming into a wall knocking him out, and ending the siege of the Daily Bugle. With the battle over, Spider-Man decides to leave the crooks with Daredevil to hand over to the authorities, not wanting to be around for Jameson to blame the whole episode on him.

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Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • The Blizzard mentions how he almost killed Iron Man, he is referring to the events of Iron Man #86-87.

Publication Notes

  • This issue features a letters page, Mail It To Team-Up. Letters are published from Stuart Bracken, Bruce Canwell, and Danny Williams.
Trivia = Recommended = Links = Marvel Team-Up #56=Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 56|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 56.jpg

§ Month = April § Year = 1977

§ Editor-in-Chief = Archie Goodwin § CoverArtist1 = John Romita Jr. § CoverArtist2 = Frank Giacoia § CoverArtist3 = Danny Crespi

§ Quotation = Let them fight it out -- kill each other! Good Riddance is all I got to say! § Speaker = John Jonah Jameson (Earth-616)§J. Jonah Jameson

§ StoryTitle1 = Double Danger at the Daily Bugle! § Writer1_1 = Bill Mantlo § Penciler1_1 = Sal Buscema § Inker1_1 = Dave Hunt § Colourist1_1 = Dave Hunt § Letterer1_1 = Joe Rosen § Editor1_1 = Archie Goodwin § Synopsis1 = While on patrol, Daredevil detects the super-villain known as the Blizzard attacking a Daily Bugle delivery truck. Daredevil attempts to stop the crook, but the Blizzard manages to make his escape. Upon investigating the scene, Daredevil "reads" the headline on the paper, which is simply a plea from Commissioner Black to end the postal strike.

Meanwhile, at the Daily Bugle office, Peter Parker is going up in the elevator and has grown suspicious as to why J. Jonah Jameson had his secretary call him and tell him not to bother coming in. Upon reaching the Bugle's main office, he finds that it is filled with really shady characters who refuse to let him see Jameson and violently push him out of the way. Finding the whole situation fishy, Peter sneaks around to Jonah's back door and peers through the upper window. As it turns out, the Blizzard and Electro have teamed up and captured J. Jonah Jameson and the Daily Globe's editor Barney Bushkin in order to blackmail them into giving their companies' payrolls to the two crooks. Electro is furious about the day's headline having a hidden message reading "Help Blackmail".

Just then, Daredevil smashes through the window and begins fighting the crooks. As some of the two villains' thugs make a run for it out of the back door, they are knocked out by Peter, who has changed into Spider-Man. As Electro and Blizzard flee the scene, both heroes attempt to catch them but only succeed in running into each other and allowing for them to get away. Working together Spider-Man and Daredevil rush after the crooks, leaving Jameson and Bushkin to their own devices. Jameson manages to talk Bushkin in helping him clobber the crooks.

Everyone ends up in the basement, where Spider-Man, Daredevil, Electro, and Blizzard continue their fight. Jameson and Bushkin attempt to hit Electro from behind with chairs, but they bungle it and are sent running for safety. While Daredevil tackles the Blizzard, Spider-Man tangles with his old foe Electro. During the fight, Daredevil is knocked for a loop by Blizzard and is saved when Spider-Man tricks Electro into firing an electric bolt at Blizzard just as he is using his freezing powers. In striking the ice, the electricity turns it into steam, which quickly envelopes the Blizzard and freezes into solid ice, incapacitating him. Electro is then easily knocked out by Daredevil and Spider-Man, who land a powerful blow that sends Electro rebounding off a printing press and slamming into a wall knocking him out, and ending the siege of the Daily Bugle. With the battle over, Spider-Man decides to leave the crooks with Daredevil to hand over to the authorities, not wanting to be around for Jameson to blame the whole episode on him.

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§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • The Blizzard mentions how he almost killed Iron Man, he is referring to the events of {c§Iron Man #86}-{c§Iron Man #87§87}.

Publication Notes

  • This issue features a letters page, Mail It To Team-Up. Letters are published from Stuart Bracken, Bruce Canwell, and Danny Williams.

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1978, September

Defenders #63 Month Image = Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 187.jpg Month = 12 Year = 1978 Editor-in-Chief = Jim Shooter CoverArtist1 = Keith Pollard CoverArtist2 = Frank Giacoia CoverArtist3 = Irv Watanabe Quotation = Speaker = Writer1_1 = Marv Wolfman Writer1_2 = Jim Starlin Penciler1_1 = Jim Starlin Inker1_1 = Bob McLeod Colourist1_1 = Michele Wolfman Letterer1_1 = Annette Kawecki Editor1_1 = Marv Wolfman Editor1_2 = Jim Shooter StoryTitle1 = The Power of Electro! Synopsis1 = Peter Parker goes to the Daily Bugle to try to talk J. Jonah Jameson into giving him a raise, Jonah tells the boy if he can get into the town of Indian Point, which has been closed off to everyone, including the press, Jameson will consider the raise. Going to Indian Point, Peter changes into Spider-Man and is able to get past the roadblock to find that the town is filled with S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Sneaking through the city, Spider-Man is confronted by Captain America, who demands that the wall-crawler leave and refuses to explain the situation. When Spider-Man doesn't listen, Captain America ends up fighting him. After a brief battle, Captain America easily bests Spider-Man and convinces him to get out because his presence will endanger his life.

Captain America rushes towards the city's power plant, thinking back to the events that brought him here: How a few days ago in Los Angeles, where Barry Starr, son of movie star Robert Starr, was bitten by a rat and infected with the plague. In order to get him treatment the boy was put on a trip to New York, however, he was kidnapped along the way. Tracking the boy to Indian Point, S.H.I.E.L.D. had quarantined the town in order to prevent any infections from getting out.

Confronting the kidnapper at the power plant, Captain America finds that the kidnapper is really Electro, who had kidnapped the boy as an additional money maker outside of his current job: destroy the power plant. Captain America doesn't fair very well against Electro, but is saved at the last minute by Spider-Man who had come back to help once again. The two turn the tables on Electro and tell him that the boy is infected with the plague. The visibly ill Electro panics and tries to burn the illness out of his system by taking on the full force of the generator in the power plant. Spider-Man and Captain America manage to escape with Barry just before the plant explodes, seemingly killing Electro.

After, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Barry are treated and brought before Dum Dum Dugan, who decides to report the incident as a "lightning strike" in order to prevent public hysteria.

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  • Dum Dum Dugan mentions the "Godzilla Affair". He was the lead S.H.I.E.L.D. agent that was in charge of a S.H.I.E.L.D. taskforce to stop the monster known as Godzilla as chronicled in Godzilla #1-24.

Publication Notes

  • Shooter is consulting editor.
  • Plot by Wolfman and Starlin, script by Wolfman.
Trivia = Recommended = Links = Amazing Spider-Man #187=Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 187|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 187.jpg

§ Month = 12 § Year = 1978

§ Editor-in-Chief = Jim Shooter § CoverArtist1 = Keith Pollard § CoverArtist2 = Frank Giacoia § CoverArtist3 = Irv Watanabe

§ Quotation = § Speaker =

§ Writer1_1 = Marv Wolfman § Writer1_2 = Jim Starlin § Penciler1_1 = Jim Starlin § Inker1_1 = Bob McLeod § Colourist1_1 = Michele Wolfman § Letterer1_1 = Annette Kawecki § Editor1_1 = Marv Wolfman § Editor1_2 = Jim Shooter

§ StoryTitle1 = The Power of Electro! § Synopsis1 = Peter Parker goes to the Daily Bugle to try to talk J. Jonah Jameson into giving him a raise, Jonah tells the boy if he can get into the town of Indian Point, which has been closed off to everyone, including the press, Jameson will consider the raise. Going to Indian Point, Peter changes into Spider-Man and is able to get past the roadblock to find that the town is filled with S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Sneaking through the city, Spider-Man is confronted by Captain America, who demands that the wall-crawler leave and refuses to explain the situation. When Spider-Man doesn't listen, Captain America ends up fighting him. After a brief battle, Captain America easily bests Spider-Man and convinces him to get out because his presence will endanger his life.

Captain America rushes towards the city's power plant, thinking back to the events that brought him here: How a few days ago in Los Angeles, where Barry Starr, son of movie star Robert Starr, was bitten by a rat and infected with the plague. In order to get him treatment the boy was put on a trip to New York, however, he was kidnapped along the way. Tracking the boy to Indian Point, S.H.I.E.L.D. had quarantined the town in order to prevent any infections from getting out.

Confronting the kidnapper at the power plant, Captain America finds that the kidnapper is really Electro, who had kidnapped the boy as an additional money maker outside of his current job: destroy the power plant. Captain America doesn't fair very well against Electro, but is saved at the last minute by Spider-Man who had come back to help once again. The two turn the tables on Electro and tell him that the boy is infected with the plague. The visibly ill Electro panics and tries to burn the illness out of his system by taking on the full force of the generator in the power plant. Spider-Man and Captain America manage to escape with Barry just before the plant explodes, seemingly killing Electro.

After, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Barry are treated and brought before Dum Dum Dugan, who decides to report the incident as a "lightning strike" in order to prevent public hysteria.

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  • Dum Dum Dugan mentions the "Godzilla Affair". He was the lead S.H.I.E.L.D. agent that was in charge of a S.H.I.E.L.D. taskforce to stop the monster known as Godzilla as chronicled in {c§Godzilla #1}-{c§Godzilla #24§24}.

Publication Notes

  • Shooter is consulting editor.
  • Plot by Wolfman and Starlin, script by Wolfman.

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Amazing Spider-Man #187 Month
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Fantastic Four #218 Month Image = Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 42.jpg Month = May Year = 1980 Editor-in-Chief = Jim Shooter CoverArtist1 = Mike Zeck CoverArtist2 = Joe Rubinstein Quotation = Speaker = StoryTitle1 = "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!" Writer1_1 = Bill Mantlo Penciler1_1 = Mike Zeck Inker1_1 = Jim Mooney Colourist1_1 = Janice Cohen Letterer1_1 = Irving Watanabe Editor1_1 = Jim Shooter Synopsis1 = Peter Parker is running late the Empire State University boat ride up the Hudson River and changes into Spider-Man to get to the ship before launch. Aboard the ship are Peter's colleagues Professor Morris Sloan, Marcy Kane, Steve Hopkins, Phillip Chang, and Debora Whitman believe that Peter is running late. Although Marcy Kane could care less, Debra secretly hopes that Peter makes it because she thinks he is cute. While nobody is looking, Spider-Man lands on the roof of the ship, change into his civilian guise and slips down among the other passengers. While everyone is happy to see Parker, Marcy questions how he got on board when the gangplank was removed five minutes ago. Before Peter can come up with an excuse, they are joined by Curt Connors who is delighted to see Peter made it.

Meanwhile, not far away, the Frightful Four, along with their newest member Electro, arrive on Liberty Island. They make short work of the security guards so they can carry out their plan to get revenge against Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. At that moment, aboard the cruise ship, Peter Parker is bothered with how Marcy Kane constantly puts him down. His thoughts are interrupted by Debora Whitman, who tells him that she finds him impressive that he is pursuing a career in science. She gets down on herself, saying she will never accomplish anything as impressive and has resigned to a life as a secretary until she eventually settles down and has a family. As Peter tries to console Debra, he suddenly sees what appears to be a flaming message over the Statue of Liberty created by the Human Torch. When Debora asks Peter to hold her, she quickly discovers that he discovers he is gone.

Hating to leave Debra like that, Peter has slipped away where he can change into Spider-Man. He then hitches a ride on a passing tugboat in order to get onto Liberty Island. As he climbs to the top of the statue, the wall-crawler is unaware that he is walking into a trap being set by the Frightful Four. Inside the statue, Electro puts on a flame suit that mimics the Human Torch's powers so they can get the drop on Spider-Man. At first, the villains fool Spider-Man until Electro begins shooting bolts of electricity at him. Spider-Man manages to slip away and overhears that Electro planned this attack with others, leaving him to wonder if he has reformed the Sinister Six. Suddenly, Spider-Man is ambushed by Sandman and Trapster, who are soon joined by Electro and the Wizard. The quartet easily overpowers and incapacitate Spider-Man. But before the Sandman, Electro, and Trapster can kill Spider-Man their leader stops him, as Spider-Man is important to the next phase of their plan, destroying the Fantastic Four.

This story is continued in Fantastic Four #218....

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  • The Frightful Four use the Statue of Liberty to set their trap as it has been the regular meeting place of Spider-Man and the Human Torch since Strange Tales Annual #2.
  • The flame suit that Electro wears is the one first developed by the Wizard back in Strange Tales #110.
  • Spider-Man wonders if the Sinister Six are back together, at the time of this story the group has not been together since their first clash with Spider-Man back in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1.
  • Sandman mentions that Electro is replacing the Brute as the 4th member of the Frightful Four. The Brute had a brief tenure with the group in Fantastic Four #177-178.
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  • The cover of this issue is one of the 32 that appear in the comic collection from the 2000 video game Spider-Man.
Recommended = Links = Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #42=Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 42|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 42.jpg

§ Month = May § Year = 1980

§ Editor-in-Chief = Jim Shooter § CoverArtist1 = Mike Zeck § CoverArtist2 = Joe Rubinstein

§ Quotation = § Speaker =

§ StoryTitle1 = "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!" § Writer1_1 = Bill Mantlo § Penciler1_1 = Mike Zeck § Inker1_1 = Jim Mooney § Colourist1_1 = Janice Cohen § Letterer1_1 = Irving Watanabe § Editor1_1 = Jim Shooter § Synopsis1 = Peter Parker is running late the Empire State University boat ride up the Hudson River and changes into Spider-Man to get to the ship before launch. Aboard the ship are Peter's colleagues Professor Morris Sloan, Marcy Kane, Steve Hopkins, Phillip Chang, and Debora Whitman believe that Peter is running late. Although Marcy Kane could care less, Debra secretly hopes that Peter makes it because she thinks he is cute. While nobody is looking, Spider-Man lands on the roof of the ship, change into his civilian guise and slips down among the other passengers. While everyone is happy to see Parker, Marcy questions how he got on board when the gangplank was removed five minutes ago. Before Peter can come up with an excuse, they are joined by Curt Connors who is delighted to see Peter made it.

Meanwhile, not far away, the Frightful Four, along with their newest member Electro, arrive on Liberty Island. They make short work of the security guards so they can carry out their plan to get revenge against Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. At that moment, aboard the cruise ship, Peter Parker is bothered with how Marcy Kane constantly puts him down. His thoughts are interrupted by Debora Whitman, who tells him that she finds him impressive that he is pursuing a career in science. She gets down on herself, saying she will never accomplish anything as impressive and has resigned to a life as a secretary until she eventually settles down and has a family. As Peter tries to console Debra, he suddenly sees what appears to be a flaming message over the Statue of Liberty created by the Human Torch. When Debora asks Peter to hold her, she quickly discovers that he discovers he is gone.

Hating to leave Debra like that, Peter has slipped away where he can change into Spider-Man. He then hitches a ride on a passing tugboat in order to get onto Liberty Island. As he climbs to the top of the statue, the wall-crawler is unaware that he is walking into a trap being set by the Frightful Four. Inside the statue, Electro puts on a flame suit that mimics the Human Torch's powers so they can get the drop on Spider-Man. At first, the villains fool Spider-Man until Electro begins shooting bolts of electricity at him. Spider-Man manages to slip away and overhears that Electro planned this attack with others, leaving him to wonder if he has reformed the Sinister Six. Suddenly, Spider-Man is ambushed by Sandman and Trapster, who are soon joined by Electro and the Wizard. The quartet easily overpowers and incapacitate Spider-Man. But before the Sandman, Electro, and Trapster can kill Spider-Man their leader stops him, as Spider-Man is important to the next phase of their plan, destroying the Fantastic Four.

This story is continued in Fantastic Four Vol 1 218§Fantastic Four #218....

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

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§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • The Frightful Four use the Statue of Liberty to set their trap as it has been the regular meeting place of Spider-Man and the Human Torch since {c§Strange Tales Annual #2}.
  • The flame suit that Electro wears is the one first developed by the Wizard back in {c§Strange Tales #110}.
  • Spider-Man wonders if the Sinister Six are back together, at the time of this story the group has not been together since their first clash with Spider-Man back in {c§Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1}.
  • Sandman mentions that Electro is replacing the Brute as the 4th member of the Frightful Four. The Brute had a brief tenure with the group in {c§Fantastic Four #177}-{c§Fantastic Four #178§178}.

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§ Recommended = § Links = }}

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She-Hulk Vol 2 #17 Month Image = She-Hulk Vol 1 6.jpg Image2 = She-Hulk Vol 1 6 Textless.jpg Image2Text = Textless Month = October Year = 2004 StoryArc = The Big Picture Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada CoverArtist1 = Mike Mayhew Quotation = Follow your programming, Android! Crush all resistance! Locate She-Hulk and Yellowjacket and destroy them! Speaker = Mad Thinker StoryTitle1 = Minor Complications Writer1_1 = Dan Slott Penciler1_1 = Juan Bobillo Inker1_1 = Marcelo Sosa Colourist1_1 = Chris Chuckry Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharp Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort Synopsis1 = Awesome Andy wakes up in his apartment at the Excelsior building and goes about his daily routine. Walking to work he is greeted by the people of the neighborhood who regard Andy warmly. He arrives at Timely Plaza where he is treated just as warmly as his coworkers. Andy expresses his excitement for the New York Yankees game that is this evening. However, later on Mallory Book asks Andy if he can stay late to help out. Andy tries to explain the baseball game, but she doesn't understand the team logo and puts him to work, much to his dismay.

Meanwhile, a helicopter carrying GLK&H head Holden Holliway and She-Hulk are on their way back to Timely Plaza with the shrunken down form of his granddaughter, Southpaw who has just been released into their custody from the Big House prison. She tries to convince Holden that his granddaughter is a supervillain, but he isn't willing to listen. As they exit the helicopter, She-Hulk itches at her skin, unaware that she is secretly carrying out the microscopic forms of a group of supervillains who stages a breakout from the Big House. Inside, Yellowjacket is balking at Mallory Book's demands to use Pym Particles to return Southpaw to her normal size. Pym refuses, but Holliway warns that he will use every legal power to have the Big House shutdown if he doesn't comply. As Yellowjacket is being forced to comply, Southpaw tries to make an escape, per the Mad Thinker's plans. When She-Hulk subdues her, this allows the villains hiding on her hand to run free. When Yellowjacket sprays her, it also causes the villains to increase in size. Still diminutive, the villains all scramble to try and get away. Although Yellowjacket is upset at this recent development, Holden activates the security systems, sealing off the offices to prevent the villains from escaping.

Taking charge of the situation, She-Hulk goes looking for the villains along with Yellowjacket and Awesome Andy. She-Hulk manages to find and easily incapacitate the Absorbing Man, Tiger Shark, and Electro, taking advantage of their tiny sizes. Elsewhere, Andy sucks up the Sandman in a vacuum. He is then confronted by the Mad Thinker, who orders his creation to join him so he can complete the next phase of his plan. While in another part of the office, Yellowjacket incapacitates Vermin. At that moment, Southpaw breaks free from her grandfather's hold and tries to break out when suddenly the U-Foes return to normal size and try to take hostages, asking the girl to help them escape. As She-Hulk begins to see the other villains returning to normal size, she uses 8-Ball's body to knock out Dragon Man and the Rhino. Meanwhile, Andy thinks about the time he spent as the Mad Thinker's Awesome Android, and thinks about his time at GLK&H and decides not to side with his former master. Striking the Mad Thinker, Andy discovers that this isn't the real Mad Thinker, but an android duplicate. Elsewhere, Southpaw decides to turn against the U-Foes and defeats them with the help of Yellowjacket. While, She-Hulk finishes off her foes, taking down the Rhino by throwing Powder Keg at him.

With the battle over, Damage Control is called in to make repairs to the office. Meanwhile, She-Hulk has decided to remain with the firm after seeing Holden and Southpaw reconnecting. The following morning, Pug learns that Mallory gave Awesome Andy the day off after the late hours he put in the night before. At that moment, Andy returns home and instead of watching the recorded baseball game goes right to bed, taking the severed head of the Mad Thinker android with him. Still active, the Thinker android insists that Andy is malfunctioning but his protests go unanswered.

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Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • Mallory Book makes some dubious claims about the effects on Pym Particles have on individuals:
    • "multiple personalities" is a reference to how Pym himself originally developed another personality when he first become Yellowjacket in Avengers #59
    • "violent mood swings" is a reference to the time that Pym struck his then-wife Wasp in Avengers #213.
    • "Causes cancer" is a dubious claim to the fact that Goliath contracted caner at one point after being exposed to radiation in Black Goliath #2-3. He was ultimately cured in Marvel Two-In-One #85, the very comic Mallory Book is holding in her hands in this story.
  • Awesome Andy recalls some of his earliest battles as the Awesome Android:
    • His first clash with the Fantastic Four in Fantastic Four #15.
    • When he battled the original X-Men in Fantastic Four #28.
    • He recalls a battle wherein he fought Hawkeye, Vision and the Scarlet Witch of the Avengers. However, none of his previously recorded encounters with the Avengers featured a roster that included these three members at the time.
Trivia = Recommended = Links = She-Hulk #6=She-Hulk Vol 1 6|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = She-Hulk Vol 1 6.jpg

§ Image2 = She-Hulk Vol 1 6 Textless.jpg § Image2Text = Textless § Month = October § Year = 2004 § StoryArc = The Big Picture

§ Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada § CoverArtist1 = Mike Mayhew

§ Quotation = Follow your programming, Awesome Android (Earth-616)§Android! Crush all resistance! Locate Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)§She-Hulk and Henry Pym (Earth-616)§Yellowjacket and destroy them! § Speaker = Mad Thinker (Julius) (Earth-616)§Mad Thinker

§ StoryTitle1 = Minor Complications § Writer1_1 = Dan Slott § Penciler1_1 = Juan Bobillo § Inker1_1 = Marcelo Sosa § Colourist1_1 = Chris Chuckry § Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharp § Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort

§ Synopsis1 = Awesome Andy wakes up in his apartment at the Excelsior building and goes about his daily routine. Walking to work he is greeted by the people of the neighborhood who regard Andy warmly. He arrives at Timely Plaza where he is treated just as warmly as his coworkers. Andy expresses his excitement for the New York Yankees game that is this evening. However, later on Mallory Book asks Andy if he can stay late to help out. Andy tries to explain the baseball game, but she doesn't understand the team logo and puts him to work, much to his dismay.

Meanwhile, a helicopter carrying GLK&H head Holden Holliway and She-Hulk are on their way back to Timely Plaza with the shrunken down form of his granddaughter, Southpaw who has just been released into their custody from the Big House prison. She tries to convince Holden that his granddaughter is a supervillain, but he isn't willing to listen. As they exit the helicopter, She-Hulk itches at her skin, unaware that she is secretly carrying out the microscopic forms of a group of supervillains who stages a breakout from the Big House. Inside, Yellowjacket is balking at Mallory Book's demands to use Pym Particles to return Southpaw to her normal size. Pym refuses, but Holliway warns that he will use every legal power to have the Big House shutdown if he doesn't comply. As Yellowjacket is being forced to comply, Southpaw tries to make an escape, per the Mad Thinker's plans. When She-Hulk subdues her, this allows the villains hiding on her hand to run free. When Yellowjacket sprays her, it also causes the villains to increase in size. Still diminutive, the villains all scramble to try and get away. Although Yellowjacket is upset at this recent development, Holden activates the security systems, sealing off the offices to prevent the villains from escaping.

Taking charge of the situation, She-Hulk goes looking for the villains along with Yellowjacket and Awesome Andy. She-Hulk manages to find and easily incapacitate the Absorbing Man, Tiger Shark, and Electro, taking advantage of their tiny sizes. Elsewhere, Andy sucks up the Sandman in a vacuum. He is then confronted by the Mad Thinker, who orders his creation to join him so he can complete the next phase of his plan. While in another part of the office, Yellowjacket incapacitates Vermin. At that moment, Southpaw breaks free from her grandfather's hold and tries to break out when suddenly the U-Foes return to normal size and try to take hostages, asking the girl to help them escape. As She-Hulk begins to see the other villains returning to normal size, she uses 8-Ball's body to knock out Dragon Man and the Rhino. Meanwhile, Andy thinks about the time he spent as the Mad Thinker's Awesome Android, and thinks about his time at GLK&H and decides not to side with his former master. Striking the Mad Thinker, Andy discovers that this isn't the real Mad Thinker, but an android duplicate. Elsewhere, Southpaw decides to turn against the U-Foes and defeats them with the help of Yellowjacket. While, She-Hulk finishes off her foes, taking down the Rhino by throwing Powder Keg at him.

With the battle over, Damage Control is called in to make repairs to the office. Meanwhile, She-Hulk has decided to remain with the firm after seeing Holden and Southpaw reconnecting. The following morning, Pug learns that Mallory gave Awesome Andy the day off after the late hours he put in the night before. At that moment, Andy returns home and instead of watching the recorded baseball game goes right to bed, taking the severed head of the Mad Thinker android with him. Still active, the Thinker android insists that Andy is malfunctioning but his protests go unanswered.

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • Mallory Book makes some dubious claims about the effects on Pym Particles have on individuals:
    • "multiple personalities" is a reference to how Pym himself originally developed another personality when he first become Yellowjacket in {c§Avengers #59}
    • "violent mood swings" is a reference to the time that Pym struck his then-wife Janet Van Dyne (Earth-616)§Wasp in {c§Avengers #213}.
    • "Causes cancer" is a dubious claim to the fact that William Foster (Earth-616)§Goliath contracted caner at one point after being exposed to radiation in {c§Black Goliath #2}-{c§Black Goliath #3§3}. He was ultimately cured in {c§Marvel Two-In-One #85}, the very comic Mallory Book is holding in her hands in this story.
  • Awesome Andy recalls some of his earliest battles as the Awesome Android:
    • His first clash with the Fantastic Four in {c§Fantastic Four #15}.
    • When he battled the original X-Men in {c§Fantastic Four #28}.
    • He recalls a battle wherein he fought Hawkeye, Vision and the Scarlet Witch of the Avengers. However, none of his previously recorded encounters with the Avengers featured a roster that included these three members at the time.

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