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Spider-Man tries to stop a jewel thief but he gets away on a waiting nearby helicopter. Spider-Man's moves have been anticipated by a criminal mastermind known as The Big Man. The Big Man later shows up to a meeting of New York City's crime bosses with his three enforcers and announces their take over. The bosses object and are beaten into submission. The Big Man is now in charge.At the hospital, Peter arrives to see Aunt May along with Liz Allan and Flash Thompson. Aunt May needs a blood transfusion and Peter volunteers. He is relieved that the hospital tests don't reveal anything about his powers. When May recovers her next-door neighbors, the Abbotts, invite her to go on a vacation to Florida with them. With The Big Man in charge of the crime families, there's a huge increase in crime. J. Jonah Jameson is convinced that The Big Man is actually Spider-Man. He sets his reporter, Frederick Foswell to find evidence to prove it. At the end of the night, Jameson's secretary Betty is met by The Big Man's elite thugs, 'The Enforcers', outside the Daily Bugle Building. The tell her that the interest has doubled on the money she owes The Big Man. When Peter comes across this, The Enforcers grab him to convince Betty to agree to pay. Peter cannot do anything or else he'd reveal his secret identity. Betty agrees to pay. Spider-Man sets out to find out where the Enforcers are. He scares a low level thief to give him information on their whereabouts. He finds The Enforcers and The Big Man. A fight ensues, but Spider-Man has to stop because he's still weak from his blood transfusion. While he recovers, he sees Jameson and wonders if he could secretly be The Big Man. Betty then decides she needs to leave New York City in order to protect Peter. This drives Peter even further to stop The Big Man. He puts the word out that he's figured out The Big Man's identity. He gets grabbed by The Enforcers who take him to their hideout. They begin to fight and Spidey uses his spider-signal to alert the police. When they arrive, The Enforcers have been defeated but The Big Man gets away. Spider-Man goes to the Daily Bugle, thinking that Jameson could be The Big Man. He finds the police there arresting Foswell. When the police leave, Jameson talks to himself about how he's jealous of Spider-Man and his powers. Meanwhile, Betty is alone in Pennsylvania in a hotel room crying. She does not want to call Peter for help.

At the hospital, Peter arrives to see Aunt May along with Liz Allan and Flash Thompson. Aunt May needs a blood transfusion and Peter volunteers. He is relieved that the hospital tests don't reveal anything about his powers. When May recovers her next-door neighbors, the Abbotts, invite her to go on a vacation to Florida with them.

With The Big Man in charge of the crime families, there's a huge increase in crime. J. Jonah Jameson is convinced that The Big Man is actually Spider-Man. He sets his reporter, Frederick Foswell to find evidence to prove it.

At the end of the night, Jameson's secretary Betty is met by The Big Man's elite thugs, 'The Enforcers', outside the Daily Bugle Building. The tell her that the interest has doubled on the money she owes The Big Man. When Peter comes across this, The Enforcers grab him to convince Betty to agree to pay. Peter cannot do anything or else he'd reveal his secret identity. Betty agrees to pay.

Spider-Man sets out to find out where the Enforcers are. He scares a low level thief to give him information on their whereabouts. He finds The Enforcers and The Big Man. A fight ensues, but Spider-Man has to stop because he's still weak from his blood transfusion. While he recovers, he sees Jameson and wonders if he could secretly be The Big Man.

Betty then decides she needs to leave New York City in order to protect Peter. This drives Peter even further to stop The Big Man. He puts the word out that he's figured out The Big Man's identity. He gets grabbed by The Enforcers who take him to their hideout. They begin to fight and Spidey uses his spider-signal to alert the police. When they arrive, The Enforcers have been defeated but The Big Man gets away.

Spider-Man goes to the Daily Bugle, thinking that Jameson could be The Big Man. He finds the police there arresting Foswell.

When the police leave, Jameson talks to himself about how he's jealous of Spider-Man and his powers.

Meanwhile, Betty is alone in Pennsylvania in a hotel room crying. She does not want to call Peter for help.At the hospital, Peter arrives to see Aunt May along with Liz Allan and Flash Thompson. Aunt May needs a blood transfusion and Peter volunteers. He is relieved that the hospital tests don't reveal anything about his powers. When May recovers her next-door neighbors, the Abbotts, invite her to go on a vacation to Florida with them. With The Big Man in charge of the crime families, there's a huge increase in crime. J. Jonah Jameson is convinced that The Big Man is actually Spider-Man. He sets his reporter, Frederick Foswell to find evidence to prove it. At the end of the night, Jameson's secretary Betty is met by The Big Man's elite thugs, 'The Enforcers', outside the Daily Bugle Building. The tell her that the interest has doubled on the money she owes The Big Man. When Peter comes across this, The Enforcers grab him to convince Betty to agree to pay. Peter cannot do anything or else he'd reveal his secret identity. Betty agrees to pay. Spider-Man sets out to find out where the Enforcers are. He scares a low level thief to give him information on their whereabouts. He finds The Enforcers and The Big Man. A fight ensues, but Spider-Man has to stop because he's still weak from his blood transfusion. While he recovers, he sees Jameson and wonders if he could secretly be The Big Man. Betty then decides she needs to leave New York City in order to protect Peter. This drives Peter even further to stop The Big Man. He puts the word out that he's figured out The Big Man's identity. He gets grabbed by The Enforcers who take him to their hideout. They begin to fight and Spidey uses his spider-signal to alert the police. When they arrive, The Enforcers have been defeated but The Big Man gets away. Spider-Man goes to the Daily Bugle, thinking that Jameson could be The Big Man. He finds the police there arresting Foswell. When the police leave, Jameson talks to himself about how he's jealous of Spider-Man and his powers. Meanwhile, Betty is alone in Pennsylvania in a hotel room crying. She does not want to call Peter for help.At the hospital, Peter arrives to see Aunt May along with Liz Allan and Flash Thompson. Aunt May needs a blood transfusion and Peter volunteers. He is relieved that the hospital tests don't reveal anything about his powers. When May recovers her next-door neighbors, the Abbotts, invite her to go on a vacation to Florida with them. With The Big Man in charge of the crime families, there's a huge increase in crime. J. Jonah Jameson is convinced that The Big Man is actually Spider-Man. He sets his reporter, Frederick Foswell to find evidence to prove it. At the end of the night, Jameson's secretary Betty is met by The Big Man's elite thugs, 'The Enforcers', outside the Daily Bugle Building. The tell her that the interest has doubled on the money she owes The Big Man. When Peter comes across this, The Enforcers grab him to convince Betty to agree to pay. Peter cannot do anything or else he'd reveal his secret identity. Betty agrees to pay. Spider-Man sets out to find out where the Enforcers are. He scares a low level thief to give him information on their whereabouts. He finds The Enforcers and The Big Man. A fight ensues, but Spider-Man has to stop because he's still weak from his blood transfusion. While he recovers, he sees Jameson and wonders if he could secretly be The Big Man. Betty then decides she needs to leave New York City in order to protect Peter. This drives Peter even further to stop The Big Man. He puts the word out that he's figured out The Big Man's identity. He gets grabbed by The Enforcers who take him to their hideout. They begin to fight and Spidey uses his spider-signal to alert the police. When they arrive, The Enforcers have been defeated but The Big Man gets away. Spider-Man goes to the Daily Bugle, thinking that Jameson could be The Big Man. He finds the police there arresting Foswell. When the police leave, Jameson talks to himself about how he's jealous of Spider-Man and his powers. Meanwhile, Betty is alone in Pennsylvania in a hotel room crying. She does not want to call Peter for he

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The Enforcers are Cool. Everything Else Isn't 0

A lot of people don't like the 'supervillain' team The Enforcers. That's kind of understandable, they're not really very super at all - a strong guy, a scrappy little dude, and a guy with a lasso. But I like them. I've always thought of Spider-Man as a street level hero, along the lines of Batman and Daredevil - not a guy who should be trading punches with the likes of Dr. Doom or saving the planet like Thor or Iron Man.No, my problems with this issue have very little to do with the bad guys, an...

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May The Enforcers Be With You! 0

The cover: 4½ stars This cover gets a lot of bad press and has made the “worst Spider-Man covers ever” list more than once. I really like the cover for its simplicity, Spidey is just hanging on his web looking at his latest new villains; there’s a mysterious masked man, a really big, tough looking guy, a small, mean looking man and a cowboy. Let’s face it; The Enforcers don’t look like the most dangerous foes that our hero has faced. There’s less writing on this cover, so we’re left to wonder mo...

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