Spider-Man: Web of Doom

 SMWB   (Marvel, 1994)

ô and ©1994 Marvel Entertainment Group

Peter Parkerís wife Mary Jane has gone off to the jungles for six weeks for what she believed was a prime action movie role. To keep his mind off missing his wife, Peter decided to swing into action as the Amazing Spider-Man. For several nights he caught criminals by the dozens, including a fired Brandywine Pharmaceutical Company worker who decided to sneak into the offices after hours through a second-story window. Spidey webbed him up as usual and told a security guard where he was. This was standard procedure for Spider-Man, and posed no real danger to the criminal as his ultra-sticky webbing dissolves within an hour or so.

But this time, something went wrong. The man caught in Spider-Manís web apparently starved to death in a web that failed to dissolve. Was Spider-Man a killer? Or was something more sinister going on?

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