Aunt May, Jonah Jameson, “Miss Brant”, Flash Thompson, “Liz”, Principal Davies
Jameson gets his own back, kind of, later on, with a line that made me laugh out loud. After the Big Fight, Parker gives Jameson a reel of film, presumably worth thousands of dollars, apologizing that he didn’t have time to have it developed. “That’s all right! Don’t worry about!” replies J.J.J. “I’ll take the cost of development out of your pay.”
- Spider-Man punches Sand-Man; Sandman turns his body rock hard.
- Spider-Man grabs Sandman while he is still rock-hard and throws him through the door.
- Sandman recovers, turns his fists into battering rams and starts thumping Spider-Man.
- Spider-Man can easily dodge them with his spidery agility.
- Spider-Man webs Sandman; Sandman turns to sand and pours through the holes in the net.
- Spider-Man runs away, chased by Sandman's giant hand
- Spider-man punches Sandman
Sandman turns his body incorporeal and then hard, trapping his fist in his chest.
- Spider-Man rams Sandman's head against banister, shattering it into sand.
- Sandman reforms, smothering Spider-Man with sand.
- Spider-Man roles up into ball, and roles downstairs
- Sandman roles into boiler room.
- Spider-Man attacks Sandman with and electric drill.
- Sandman turns into sand.
- Spider-Man sucks the sand into...a high powered vacuum cleaner.
This time around, Peter Parker tries to pin the blame on God.
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