Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #101
Issue(s): Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #101
He's also got to dwelling on Gwen Stacy. Peter's memories of Gwen are a bit more... racy than i would have imagined.
...and Blacklash is forced to take one of the wife's guards as a hostage.
The guard goes after Blacklash on his own. Spider-Man also gets involved.
Sneaking into the building, Spider-Man sees the rope left behind by the hostage's husband, and he thinks to himself: "Now that's an odd place leave a rope! [sic]. Wonder if... Nah! What would he be doing in town?" I don't know who he's referring to!
Spider-Man catches up with the guard and webs him up so he doesn't get himself hurt, and then he faces off against Blacklash.
After it's over, both the guard and his wife are thanksful for Spidey's involvement, as opposed to being upset that he interfered. The issue ends with Spidey leaving a flower at Gwen Stacy's grave.
A little sentimental but it's generally handled well. Unspectacular but decent art (except for the odd choice on Gwen). Fine for a fill-in. And a nice cover that makes a good use of Spider-Man's other costume's color scheme. You know, the costume he doesn't wear in this issue.
Quality Rating: C+
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Implant? N
Reprinted In: N/A
Never heard of Juan Alacantara before.
The 1980s and the ubiquitous nunchucks. Guhhh.....
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