This, by the way, had very little setup, Eddie Brock was introduced in like 2 issues, and we’re just supposed to pretend that this happened in the earlier issues and they knew they were going to do this all along. ) Amazing Spider-man #419-#441 – Norman Osborn reappears, back from the dead. Amazing Spider-man #500 – The fans get what they want, and the original numbering returns. but not the devil), and trades his and Mary Jane’s love (yep, you can trade “love” with the devil, oops, not the devil, Mephisto) for Aunt May’s life and the return of his secret identity (no one on Earth will know Peter is Spider-man). The point is that Mary Jane and Peter aren’t married anymore. He becomes mayor of New York though around this time. Amazing Spider-man #700 – It’s revealed that Doc Ock was able to switch his consciousness with Peter Parker’s.
Amazing Spider-man #301-#393 – Spider-man fights Venom like 3 or 4 more times. Amazing Spider-man #525-#528 and crossovers – “The Other”. He died and was reborn as some sort of Spider-Wolverine combo, and no one ever mentioned it again. Spider-man unmasks because of the Super Hero Registration Act (like gun control for people), then becomes a traitor and fights for Captain America’s side (Cap opposes the registration act, even though everyone knows who he is already. Everyone always wondered: what would happen if Spider-man was unmasked and all of his enemies knew who he was? Later on we find out that second part was Doctor Strange’s doing. In fact they were NEVER married (just forget that ever happened). Amazing Spider-man #612-637 – The Gauntlet, Shed, and Grim Hunt. Well, he lost Venom and got cancer and then became Anti-Venom (a white Venom), and then something happened to that and now he’s a different symbiote (Toxin). Peter is now in Otto Octavius’ dying body, and Octavius has a brand new body (that’s died a few times already so it’s pretty broken in).
The best Spider-man story ever, and anyone who says differently is so very wrong.
Kraven “kills” Spider-man (but not really, because, then what would they sell? I think not), then wears his costume to prove he’d be better as Spider-man, then kills himself.
Amazing Spider-man #600 – Aunt May gets married to J. Anyway, they put Spider-man through a battery of tests, setting up fights with pretty much every A-lister he’s ever fought (and then some), including a fight with Lizard where the Lizard eats his own son. Amazing Spider-man #654 – Eugene “Flash” Thompson (now a pretty cruel nickname for a guy with no legs) becomes “Agent” Venom, a government controlled super-solider using the Venom symbiote. He kills a super-villain (Massacre), beats the shit out of two D-listers because they were bothering him, gives himself some metal octopus, er…
Amazing Spider-man #300 – The first appearance of Venom. Aunt May gets shot by a sniper at the end of the Civil War arc (hired by The Kingpin) who was trying to shoot Peter Parker.We find out that the symbiote bonded with Eddie Brock, who was at the church when Spider-man removed it from himself. Yeah, that’s right, they relaunched Spider-man once before. Spider-man puts the black costume on again because now he’s mad (and mad Spider-man wears black).Venom knows that Peter is Spider-man (they were pretty close, what with the symbiote being inside him and all) and Eddie Brock hates Peter Parker because a picture he took proved a story he wrote wrong. It didn’t really take though because fans were pissed off, so they started putting two numbers on each comic: the new number, and what would be the old number (so for example, #58 also had #499 on it in smaller print) which led to… He kicks the ever-lovin’ shit out of the Kingpin, but it doesn’t matter because everyone knows who Spider-man is. Amazing Spider-man #544-545 and crossovers – One More Day. ) and so he makes a deal with the devil (well, Mephisto, who isn’t the devil, he lives in hell and controls it…Will we see what happens next in Peter’s crush in 'Homecoming' is Liz (Laura Harrier), but Zendaya’s character Michelle blooms as a possible love interest.Mary Jane Watson, or “MJ,” is Spidey’s longtime romance in the comics — played by Kirsten Dunst in the Tobey Maguire 'Spider-Man' films — and Michelle reveals that’s her nickname.“I wanted to make this (movie) not be a love story yet, and I thought we could tease out a little bit,” Watts says.