Flash Thompson

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Attributes
Eyes:

Blue

Features:

Usually wearing a sports jersey or a baseball cap.

Hair:

Reddish Blond

Height:

6' 2"

Weight:

185 lbs

Powers
Limitations:

Being a jerk.

Strength Level:

Strong human, but normal.

Summary
Citizenship:

U.S. Citizen

Created By:

Stan Lee, Steve Ditko

Current Occupation:

high school gym teacher

Education:

College (science major, incomplete)

Former Occupation:

Former High School and College Football Star, Soldier, High School Gym Coach, Oscorp Employee

Known Allies:

Spider-Man

Known Confidants:

Spider-Man, Sha Shan

Known Relatives:

Harrison Thompson (Father, former policeman, alcoholic), Rosie Thompson (Mother), Jessie Thompson (Older Sister).

Legal Status:

Hunted as Hobgoblin suspect, later cleared

Major Enemies:

Hobgoblin

Marital Status:

Single

Place of Birth:

Queens, New York

Real Name:

Eugene Thompson

Usual Bases:

New York City

Background

Flash was the Big Man On Campus at Midtown High, and he delighted in leading the torment of bookworm Peter Parker with the likes of Seymour O'Reilly, Sally Avril, Jason Ionello, Tiny McKeever, Carl King and Arnie Gunderson. Flash was a football jock with confidence to spare, and plenty of friends with which to share his life. Chief among them was his number one girl, Liz Allan. Eventually, Liz began to see that there was more to Parker than met the eye, and she began to develop an interest in Peter. This irritated Flash, and fueled his hatred of Puny Parker, the Science Geek. Ironically, he idolized Spider-Man. He formed the Spider-Man Fan Club and ran afoul of villains from Doctor Doom (by impersonating Spider-Man) to the Living Brain to car thieves (by impersonating Spider-Man, after Spidey ran from the Green Goblin and the Sandman).

But that was High School. When Flash and Peter found themselves at the same college, they did some rapid growing up, and soon became good friends. Flash, Harry Osborn, Peter and Gwen Stacy formed a tight-knit group, although they soon made room for Mary Jane Watson. Sadly, these Halycon days were to be short-lived for Flash, and he was drafted into the army. Flash cut a dashing figure in his uniform, but eventually his training was completed, and he was shipped off to the army.

Flash did return to the U.S. in the middle of his tour of duty, bringing back some serious trouble, in the shape of an enmity he had developed with a band of mystic monks from a secret Eastern temple. The monks mistakenly believed Flash was responsible for their temple being shelled and their priest being killed, and they hunted Flash back to New York to exact their vengeance. Fortunately Spidey was there to sort things out. The priest hadn't died, he had survived the shelling by using some kind of mystical energy that saved him, but also put him to sleep. Doctor Strange helped the priest out of his magic coma.

Flash eventually returned to the U.S. for good. A brief misunderstanding between he and Peter led to a chilling in Peter's romance with Gwen Stacy. He was a single man for a while, until he eventually hooked up with Sha Shan, who was actually the daughter of "The Holy One" (the leader of the temple which Flash had previously encountered). Sha Shan had her own problems, having been forced by her father to marry Achmed Korba (Brother Power) in order to moderate his evil ambitions. Eventually, Spider-Man helped defeat Korba, and Sha Shan was free to hook up with Flash, as she always wanted to. Later on, Flash became a victim of Mindworm.

Sha Shan left Flash after she found out about his affair with Betty Brant (who was married to Ned Leeds) and also because he slapped her and he was accused of being the Hobgoblin. Flash was arrested and put in prison, only to be broken out by the original Jack O'Lantern. Flash had one last encounter with the Hobgoblin, one that would keep him on the sidelines and never realize his dream of being a pro football star. Immediately after Jason Macendale became the Hobgoblin, he was involved in a battle with Spider-Man, in which Spidey seemed to be on the losing side. Catching a pumpkin bomb meant for the dazed webslinger, Flash threw it back at Macendale. Hobgoblin had his body armor and Peter was protected by his spider strength but Flash had nothing. He suffered a near fatal injury from the explosion. Spider-Man performed CPR and saved his life, but Flash's injury destroyed his sports career.

Around that time, Ned was killed, Betty went kind of nuts and Flash's life was going nowhere. Then Flash met Felicia Hardy (The Black Cat) some time after Peter and MJ got married. Felicia reckoned that going out with Flash would serve to make Peter jealous but she never planned on actually falling in love with him. Instead, Felicia fell so hard that she actually proposed to him. Flash turned her down, unable to actually believe that he could ever be part of her high-flying lifestyle.

Flash went way downhill after that, becoming an alcoholic - just like his drunken tyrant father, Harrison Thompson. Flash tried to get back together with Betty Brant, but she wasn't prepared to prop him up. Norman Osborn then stepped in, and made Flash his personal assistant at the Daily Bugle, which he had forced out of the hands of J. Jonah Jameson. Of course, Norman just wanted to taunt Spider-Man. While working late the Bugle, Flash stumbled up a fight between the Looter and Hornet (Spidey in a new identity) over Osborn's reward money for the capture of Spider-Man. Flash helped Hornet defeat the meteor obsessed villain and S.H.E.I.L.D. took him away. Eventually tiring of Flash, Norman arranged for him to be framed in a drunk-driving accident, which left Thompson in a coma.

Flash eventually regained consciousness - of a sort. While his face was untouched, his mind and body were a wreck. Liz Osborn, who was now the widow of Harry Osborn, arranged for a full-time nurse, and for Flash to live in an apartment very close to Peter and many of Flash's friends. Flash was in a wheelchair, and never spoke.

Flash somehow came out of his coma and has gone back to teaching gym at Midtown High. He was back to his original obnoxious self and had forgotten that he and Peter were ever friends. He doubted that Peter was really Spider-Man after Pete revealed to the world his double identity, as part of the Superhuman Registration Act. Trying to prove it, Flash threw a medicine ball at Parker, expecting the clumsy guy to get knocked on his butt. Instead, Peter kicked the ball right back at him, hitting him in the head. Flash woke up in the nurses office and met Miss Arrow, the school nurse.

Flash flirted with her, but she didn't show a real interest in him until he was kissed by Betty Brant. That proved to be very bad for him, as Arrow was Spider- Man's Other, his polar opposite. She realized that Flash had a great deal of tantric energy (unused life force) after being in the coma and she decided to make him the host of her children: potentially thousands of spiders that she would force down his throat until they hatched, eating him alive. Naturally, he wasn't crazy about this idea.

Flash had always idolized Spider-Man for his heroism and self sacrificing nature. He tried to live up to Spidey's example by re-enlisting with the Army and joining his brothers in uniform in Iraq. He served honorably, earning the Medal of Honor. This came at a heavy price, as he went back to get help for a wounded soldier during a fight. Flash was badly wounded in the legs by gunfire, but returned to his fallen comrade's side instead of going for medical help. He saved his friend's life, but the lack of quick medical care cost him his legs.

Flash has recovered well since returning to New York. He has Sha Shan as a physical therapy specialist and has renewed his relationship with Betty. At least for a while. After Mac Gargan was separated from the Venom symbiote, it was bonded to Flash and he became a special agent for the U.S. government. Betty dumped him after he arrived six hours late to a Veterans Affairs benefit and she assumed he had been drinking again. She had learned to know a lie when she heard it, and she didnt buy his excuse that he was late because he was filling thank you letters at the V.A. office.

Flash could only be safely bonded to Venom for 48 consecutive hours before the bond would become permanent. The government also installed a "kill switch" should Flash lose control of the symbiote. Good plan, except the alien found a way to deactivate the kill switch. Flash has managed to control the alien without the kill switch, even when in the presence of it old host, Eddie Brock, currently Anti-Venom. After the Jackal and the Queen began changing New Yorkers into human spiders, Agent Venom was tasked with impersonating one of their guards (Captain America, also changed into a human spider) and infiltrating their hideout. After hearing word that Anti-Venom was curing citizens of their mutations, the Queen ordered the disguised Thompson to go kill him.

Brock was performing his "miracles" at a church, and quickly sniffed out the "demon" in their midst. While Thompson wanted to bring Brock in to the authorities to see how his curative powers might be used to end the infestation, Eddie was less than willing to join forces with the symbiote. A battle raged and Thompson was eventually able to bring Anti-Venom to Reed Richards for study, but only after the symbiote attempted to rejoin with Eddie. Thompson later teamed with Steve Rogers to take down the Queen.

Captain America later called on Agent Venom while in Doverton, Colorado, to help the Avengers take on Carnage. Around the same time, Flash was in Las Vegas with Jack O'Lantern VI, being blackmailed by the Crime Master to capture the Toxin symbiote. The Venom symbiote still wanted to kill Toxin, and only Jack O'Lantern saved the creature. Thompson later was taking part in a prisoner transfer for the Fly. The Fly had stolen money from the Kingpin for his son and he feared that Fisk would try and kill him and his boy. He proved correct, as the Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) attacked the transport train and a three way battle began. Agent Venom stopped to save a guard that was in danger and the Fly and Hobgoblin escaped. The Fly told Venom that he left a note for his son on the train. The letter mocked Thompson, saying he didnt have a son.

Agent Venom soon tried to assassinate the Crime Master, to remove the threat he posed to Thompson's loved ones. He was stopped at the last moment by Eddie Brock, who wanted to kill the Venom symbiote. Flash quickly overpowered Brock but was forced to flee when Crime Master's cronies (the Fly, Jack O'Lantern, Megatak and Death Adder) came to his defense. Flash rushed to find Betty to keep her safe from the coming retaliation and eventually found her at a restaurant with his "war buddy" Jack O'Lantern. He saved her from Jack and Megatak but they were separated by Toxin/Eddie Brock. Flash beat Brock by using a sonic spray that Peter had given to Betty to keep safe from Venom. Flash hesitated, almost killing Brock for the danger he presented but webbed him up instead. After he found Betty, Flash showed her he was Agent Venom.Betty was shortly taken by Toxin and again rescued by Agent Venom at the Staten Island ship yards. After the Crime Master, who seemed to be Betty's long dead brother, Bennett, was killed by Betty, she said she never wanted to see Flash again.

Flash didn't have time to mourn, as Cletus Kasady again escaped from Thunderbolts mountain. Video footage of the escape showed that Carnage had help from a tiny creature. Contacting a journalist friend, Thompson found out about research in Houston, Texas, regarding the microverse. Agent Venom arrived at the research facility just as Carnage escaped to another dimension with his tiny allies but found a very angry Scarlet Spider III. The Venom symbiote reacted badly to Kaine's presence, making Flash lose control of the angry creature briefly. He regained control and barely managed to persuade Scarlet Spider to join him in finding Kasady in the Microverse.

When Thompson arrived in the Microverse, he was assaulted by fairy-like beings, whom had sonic powers and tried to kill him. He was rescued by Arcturus Rann, a rebel fighter against that dimensions overlord, Marquis Radu. As Rann explained the situation, the group was attacked by Radu's armada. Rann's forces had sonic based weapons, which caused Venom to go haywire. One of the fairies sang a song to calm him but they were all soon captured by the Marquis troops. At his headquarters, Radu explained that he planned to create a symbiote army to kill the Redeemer, the supreme being of the Microverse who stood in his way to total conquest.

Radu managed to create hybrid cloned Venom/Carnage symbiotes, which were bonded to Microverse beings. Thompson was wiped out by the experience but managed to hold his own against Carnage and the hybrids until Scarlet Spider arrived with the Redeemer. As with the time that symbiotes invaded earth during Planet of the Symbiotes, Venom was able to destroy many of the cloned creatures by thinking of the beatings his father gave him and use the agony to let out a deadly scream. Carnage somehow escaped to Earth, and Venom and Scarlet Spider were sent after him by Redeemer. Before they left, they were given a sonic grenade, which Venom used to defeat Carnage. His victory was short lived, as Scarlet Spider put Kasady into a coma by shoving a spike into his brain.

Flash later fought Toxin and a serial killer infected with alien technology. He soon returned to New York after he learned that the Crime Master had returned. He was surprised to learn that this was not Bennet Brant, but a whole new man under the mask. The new mob boss surrendered immediately after the firefight when Spider-Man (Octavius) arrived with his troops. Flash was happy to see his old hero, until Otto turned a flame thrower on him. He didn't suspect anything about Spider-Man, as this was the first time that the webhead had seen Flash as Venom and all of his exploits with the Avengers had been top secret. He did show his face after being defeated by sonic webbing, but Otto didn't know or care who Flash Thompson was. (Superior Spider-Man #22)

Flash escaped with the help of some gas bombs but went back into the frying pan when he went to "Peter's" apartment to hide out. There, Otto convinced him that he could build robotic legs for Flash to walk again and took him to Parker Industries to prove it. With the help of Dr. Elias Wirtham (Cardiac), Spider-Man did a diagnostic scan of Flash...with a sonic scanner. This sent the alien crazy and it separated from Flash, only to bond to Spider-Man. (Superior Spider-Man #23) Spider-Man left with the alien and Dr. Sajani tended to Elias and Flash. She gave him bad news: he had been bonded to the symbiote for so long that his body needed it to survive. (Superior Spider-Man #24)

Appearances

Cover Date Appearance Information
Jul 1997 App: Flashback - Spectacular Spider-Man #Minus 1
Aug 1962 App: Amazing Fantasy #15
May 1989 App: Spider-Man: Parallel Lives
Dec 1995 App: Amazing Fantasy #16
Jan 1996 App: Amazing Fantasy #17
Mar 1996 App: Amazing Fantasy #18
May 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #2 (Story 1)
Jul 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #3
Sep 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #4
Oct 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #5
Nov 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #6
Sep 1995 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #1
Oct 1995 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #2
Dec 1963 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #7
Nov 1995 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #3
Jan 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #8 (Story 1)
Dec 1995 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #4
Feb 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #9
Mar 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #10
Jan 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #5
Feb 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #6
Mar 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #7
Mar 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #10
Apr 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #8
May 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #9
Jun 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #10
May 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #12
Jul 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #11
Sep 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #13
Jun 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #13
Jul 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #14
Nov 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #15
Dec 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #16
Aug 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #15
Year 1996 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual 1996 (Story 1)
Aug 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #15
Year 1998 App: Untold Tales: Strange Encounters
Feb 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #18
Year 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #1 (Story 1)
Mar 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #19
Oct 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #17
Apr 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #20
May 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #21
Nov 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #18
Jun 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #22
Dec 1964 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #19
Jan 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #20
Aug 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #23
Year 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man Annual 1997 (Story 1)
Feb 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #21
Year 1996 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man Annual 1996
Mar 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #22
Sep 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #24
Sep 1997 App: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #25
May 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #24
Jun 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #25
Jul 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #26
Sep 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #28
Nov 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #30
Dec 1965 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #31
May 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #36
Jun 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #37
Jul 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #38
Jan 1999 App: Webspinners Tales of Spider-Man #1 (Story 1)
Aug 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #39
Oct 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #41
Nov 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #42
Dec 1966 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #43
Jan 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #44
Feb 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #45
Mar 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #46
Apr 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #47
Sep 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #52
Oct 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #53
May 1969 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #72
Nov 1969 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #78
Jan 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #80
Mar 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #82
Apr 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #83
Feb 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #105
Mar 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #106
Apr 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #107
May 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #108
Jun 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #109
Jul 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #110
Sep 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #112
Nov 1972 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #114
Aug 1973 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #123
Sep 1973 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #124
Oct 1973 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #125
Nov 1973 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #126
Dec 1973 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #127
Jan 1974 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #128
Jun 1974 App: Giant-Size Super Heroes #1
Jul 1974 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #134
Aug 1974 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #135
Oct 1974 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #137
Nov 1974 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #138
Jan 1975 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #140
Apr 1975 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #143
Dec 1975 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #151
Jan 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #152
Feb 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #153
May 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #156
Jun 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #157
Nov 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #162
Dec 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #163
Dec 1976 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #1
Feb 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #3
Feb 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #165
Mar 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #166
Apr 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #5
Apr 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #167
Jun 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #7
Jul 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #8
Oct 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #173
Nov 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #174
Jan 1978 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #176
Feb 1978 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #177
Nov 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #12
Dec 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #13
Jan 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #14
Feb 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #15
May 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #18
Jun 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #19
Jul 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #20
Aug 1978 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #183
Aug 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #21
Sep 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #22
Oct 1978 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #185 (Story 1)
Nov 1978 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #186
Nov 1978 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #24
Jan 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #188
Jan 1979 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #26
Mar 1979 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #28
Apr 1979 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #29
Jul 1979 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #32
May 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #192
Jul 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #194
Aug 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #195
Sep 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #196
Dec 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #199
Apr 1980 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #203
May 1980 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #204
Feb 1982 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #63
May 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #78
Dec 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #85
Year 1983 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #17
Jun 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #91
Jul 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #92
Aug 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #93
Sep 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #94
Oct 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #95
Nov 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #96
Dec 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #97
Jan 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #98
Feb 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #99
Mar 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #100
Feb 1986 App: Web of Spider-Man #11
Feb 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #273
Apr 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #275
May 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #276
Jul 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #278
Aug 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #279
Sep 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #280
Oct 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #281
Dec 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #283
May 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #288
Jun 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #289
Jul 1987 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #128
Aug 1987 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #129
Year 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #21
May 1989 App: Spider-Man: Parallel Lives
May 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man #38
May 1988 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #300
Jul 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man #40
Aug 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man #41
Sep 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man #42
Oct 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man #43
Mar 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #148
Apr 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #314
Jun 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #151
Jul 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #152
Year 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #9 (Story 1)
Oct 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #321
Oct 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #155
Nov 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #156
Nov 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #157
Dec 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #326
Dec 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #327
Jan 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #328
Feb 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #329
Jun 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #333
Jul 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #335
Aug 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #337
Nov 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #341
Apr 1991 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #346
May 1991 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #347
Jun 1991 App: Web of Spider-Man #77
Jul 1991 App: Web of Spider-Man #78
Jun 1992 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #23
Feb 1992 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #359
Nov 1992 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #369 (Story 1)
Jan 1993 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #372 (Story 1)
Aug 1994 App: Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Story 1)
Mar 1995 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #222
Apr 1995 App: Web of Spider-Man #123
Apr 1995 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #400 (Story 1)
Jun 1995 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #225 (Story 1)
Sep 1996 App: Spider-Man: Redemption #1
Aug 1996 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #7
Dec 1996 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #11
Dec 1996 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #75
Jan 1997 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #76
Mar 1997 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #78
Jan 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #242
Feb 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #243
Mar 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #244
Apr 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #245
May 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #246
Jun 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #247
Aug 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #248
Sep 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #249
Oct 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #250
Nov 1997 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #251
Mar 1998 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #25
Mar 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #255
Apr 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #256
May 1998 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #27
Jun 1998 App: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #28
May 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #257
Jun 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #258
Jul 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #259
Aug 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #260
Sep 1998 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #261
Mar 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #3
Apr 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #4
Jun 1999 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #6
Jun 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #6
Jul 1999 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #7
Aug 1999 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #8
Feb 2000 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #14
Jun 2000 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #18
Jul 2001 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #31
Aug 2002 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #45
Sep 2002 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #46
Oct 2002 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #47
Nov 2002 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #48
Apr 2003 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #53
Aug 2003 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #57
Sep 2003 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #1
Sep 2003 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #2
Oct 2003 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #3
Nov 2003 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #4
Jan 2004 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #6
Feb 2004 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #8