In this episode:
In this episode, Mike and Ed talk about the ongoing drama of Spider-Man potentially joining the Fantastic Four. They discuss how dangerous and inappropriate it was for Spider-Man and the Human Torch to be sparring on public streets. Also: how easy is it to impersonate Spider-Man?
In this issue:
Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, loses his cool at all the great press that Spider-Man is getting. That is, until Spider-Man is framed for a museum theft in Johnny’s town of Glenville. Spider-Man, obviously unimpressed that he has been framed for a crime he did not commit, heads to Glenville and tries to talk to Johnny about teaming up and proving his innocence. Johnny, believing that Spider-Man is the criminal the papers now say he is, flies off the handle, flames on, and battles Spider-Man. They battle over the streets of Glenville to a standstill. Johnny eventually learns that Spider-Man has been framed, and decides to work with him to capture the actual thieves, which they eventually do.
Assumed before the next episode:
The public is not entirely sure if Spider-Man is a good guy or a bad guy.
This episode takes place:
After the museum thieves have been caught, and Spider-Man’s kinda good name is restored.