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Mary Jane wakes up alone in her bed, and turns on the television she watches a news special on Spider-Man. She begins to get interested, and than hangs her head and walks away. MJ than goes to a photo shoot, waves goodbye to her cast as she goes into a coffee shop, and than attends a movie premier of the “Raving Madman”. When she returns home the special of Spider-Man is still on, and she goes to sleep. Aunt May is reading the Daily Bugle, on the computer of the local library. She doesn’t appreciate the way they have been slamming Spider-Man, and sends an email to the Daily Bugle canceling her subscription. She subscribes to the Brooklyn Banner, because they treat Spider-Man with respect. She than sends messages to the Letterman Show, the Tonight Show, Larry King, Dan Rather, and Oprah asking them to do a story about super heroes such as Spider-Man. Spider-Man saves a father, and a child from a burning building. While he swings past Times Square he sees Mary Jane, on the giant television he hangs his head, and heads home. He takes a shower, and goes to bed. A open magazine with Mary Jane’s face on it lay on the counter so he puts his Spidey mask on it. We see MJ, Aunt May, and Peter sleeping.

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A very bad half-hearted issue. A lot of hollow pictures, which don't convey anything, except for some that show Aunt May trying to help Spideys image. So basicly this is a 5-pages issue. The only reason i gave it such a high rating is that it slowed down the pace that the latest issues were setting...

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