SPIDER-MAN (1963) (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) (#1-441) #108 - Plot Synopsis


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Spider-Man (1963) #108
"Vengeance from Vietnam!" is written by Stan Lee and drawn by John Romita. Flash Thompson has been grabbed and thrown into a vehicle right in front of Gwen Stacy and Spider-Man. And when Spidey finally chases down the mystery car, it's being attacked by shadowy figures using knockout gas and accompanied by a lumbering giant in a chauffeur's outfit (sort of like Bruce Lee as Kato on steroids!). Our favorite wall-crawler manages to rescue Flash from both his "abductors" and the attackers but soon learns he may have made a terrible mistake and took the man out of protective custody.

Flash tells his hero that after he was recently wounded while serving in Viet Nam, he found kindly assistance from the residents of the Hidden Temple, a shrine sacred to all Vietnamese people. However, after failing to convince his superiors of the temple's existence, a U.S. Army shelling campaign destroyed the temple and its residents. Now blamed for their deaths, Flash is a marked man, the target of death threats. And the huge chauffeur and his comrades are aiming to take revenge!

Publisher: MarvelTitle: SPIDER-MAN (1963) (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) (#1-441)
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