The Amazing Spider-Man #100

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #100 - The Spider Or The Man? released by Marvel on September 1, 1971.

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    The Spider Or The Man? last edited by Vlad3008 on 12/24/22 05:32AM View full history

    Peter creates a potion that will rid him of his powers. Upon drinking the potion, he finds that he’s bitten off more than he can chew as he has grown four extra arms!

    Spider-Man is getting sick of being a hero when he doesn't get what he wants and doesn't get any respect out of it. So he makes a serum that he predicts that it will take away his spider powers. After when he took the serum, he falls asleep and has a dream that he is fighting five of some of his greatest villains [Vulture, Lizard, Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Kingpin.] When he has beat them all, he confronts Captain Stacy [Gwen Stacy's father] in the dream. When he wakes up, he finds out he grew six more arms.


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    in the beginning of the story and the middle spiderman finds himself fighting all of his enemies and beating by ever two when reading this I was did not no why they were a fighting him all at once while having massive pains in his sides. Now 1 issue before he drank his serum from doc conners that could change him back to a regular person this of which I had forgot intirely .so At the end of the Story it turns out he was imagining or hallucinating the whole thing.finally back in his roo...

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