The Green Goblin has finished building his flying "broomstick" and goes off to meet with the Enforcers. They have just been released from jail and the Goblin promises that they will be able to get revenge against Spider-Man. Then the Green Goblin pays a visit to a movie producer. He offers to bring in the Enforcers and Spider-Man so he can film them in a movie. The producer enthusiastically agrees.
Some days later at school, Liz Allen is telling Peter Parker that he did a good job on his last test when a news report announces that the Green Goblin is looking for Spider-Man. Spider-Man meets with him and the Goblin offers him a role in a movie. Spider-Man goes to the producer's hotel room and finally agrees to sign a $50,000 film contract. He and Aunt May will never have to worry about money again. The next day, J. Jonah Jameson sends Peter to Hollywood to cover the making of the Spider-Man movie. Peter is able to convince Aunt May that he is old enough to take care of himself on the trip. When he first meets with the Goblin and the Enforcers, he thinks that they are actors portraying the real Enforcers. He soon realizes the truth when they are on location in New Mexico. Spider-Man finds a cave to stop and catch his breath. The Green Goblin finds him there and calls the Enforcers to the cave. They move a large boulder over the entrance of the cave so that Spider-Man cannot escape. Spider-Man ends up taking down the Enforcers one at a time. When it's down to just Spider-Man and the Green Goblin, the Hulk suddenly appears. It turns out that this cave was actually one of the Hulk's secret hiding places. The Hulk believes that Spider-Man is there to attack him and they begin fighting. Spider-Man's punches have little affect against the Hulk. Spidey is able to get the Hulk to smash the boulder at the entrance of the cave. Spider-Man and the Green Goblin begin fighting again. When Spider-Man is left in a pool of water, the Goblin believes that he has drowned. He leaves but it turns out that Spider-Man was simply holding his breath. Spider-Man takes the Enforcers out of the cave where they are picked up by an Army helicopter. When Spider-Man visits with the film producer, he is told that since the movie cannot be completed, he will not pay him the $50,000. He does offer to pay his expenses. Rather than fly back home, Peter takes a bus back to save money. The Green Goblin has already arrived in New York and thinks about how he can come up with another plan to take out Spider-Man.
- This issue was stolen by Arnold Jackson as part of an initiation prank, so he could join the Barracudas. The book's value at the time was $400. It is seen on season 4 episode 5 "The Big Heist" on Diff'rent Strokes.