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Continuing on from last issue, Eddie Brock has just showed Peter Parker a pile of goo which he calls their inheritance. He tells Peter that their fathers' idea was for the "suit" (as they call it) to be worn by a sick person. The suit would then search the person's body for the right toxins to cure them. He also adds that they were hired by Trask Industries, and that everything they made was owned by the company, and that it used Peter's dad's DNA as a starting palette.

The next day, Peter gets picked up by Eddie after school. He takes Gwen Stacy along as well. The three go to a cafe, but in the middle of a casual conversation Peter spoils it by asking Eddie if he thinks their parents were murdered. Eddie says he isn't sure, since while the timing was just right, the plane they were on was full of people, and he can't picture anyone evil enough to destroy a whole plane just for their fathers.

Back at home, Peter watches video diaries of his father's. After watching his father in anguish over who he can and can't trust, Peter decides to steal back the suit and test it himself, and finish what his dad started. However, when he touches it, the suit spreads all over his body, resulting in a new black suit!   

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Ultimate Spider-Man #34 Inheritance 0

I am writing this review about this issue in Ultimate Spider-Man. Okay in the begining, Peter discovers the suit and he wore it. After that issue, he is swinging with that suit, but later he will be teached a lesson for that. Why don't you guess about that lesson i just told you.........

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