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He’s confronted the deaths of family and friends – but how will the passing of a fellow hero rock the Wall-Crawler? We know we’re being secretive about these FALLEN SON issue descriptions, but it’s Jeph Loeb, David Finch (NEW AVENGERS) and Spider-Man all dealing with life’s greatest foe – so you know it’s going to rock!
Spider-man is trying to cope with yet another major loss in his life. He visits the grave of his Uncle Ben seeking answers when his spider-sense goes off. The Rhino is standing right behind him. Before he knows what to do a fight breaks out between the two, both believing the other was following him. Spider-Man just happened to need some form of solace on the same night the Rhino was trying to visit the grave of his mother. Rhino goes crazy when Spider-Man accidentally causes him to break his mother's grave, at which point it is far too late for him to simply apologize and leave.
Spider-Man is barely able to get the upper hand on the Rhino when Wolverine steps out of the shadow, commenting on how poorly Spider-Man was doing. From there the pair travel to another grave site for Spider-Man: the bridge where the Green Goblin killed Gwen Stacy. Wolverine tries to comfort Parker, knowing full well what Peter is going through. When all of the dust settles Spider-Man is able to do little more than gain a small understanding of the depression that is lingering inside of him, putting Marvel one step farther through the grieving process of Captain America.