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Every kid thinks he’s different; some are. Now, peer behind the curtain of Doctor Octopus’ childhood to witness the formative years of this mad genius! Plus: When the military attempts to harness his brilliance, have they made a deal with someone they can’t hope to control? Featuring the first encounter between Doctor Octopus and Peter Parker, the first appearance of Doc Ock’s arms, and the true inspiration that led him to build his remarkable appendages -- which may have come from a certain wall-crawler!!

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THE BASICSOtto comes another step closer to becoming Doc Ock in this second issue of Year One.MY COMPLIMENTS TO THE CHEFThis issue continues to lay the emotional pressure on Octavious in the form of his mother and a colleague with whom he develops a brief romantic relationship. Unfortunately, due to his own psychological troubles in conjunction with his controlling mother, he manages to alienate the one person who may genuinely care for him. And when said mother betrays his trust, he becomes a c...

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