JackStamper member 5pts You know, for a story about a robot designed to capture Spider-Man...this is actually pretty good! Peter gets in over his head again by making J Jonah Jameson take an offer of a mad scientist, who promised a Spider-Man capturing robot. And it works! The Spider-Slayer is just as mobile as Peter (though I kinda doubt its webslinging abilities), and has super-powerful coils, he couldn't possibly escape from. So he runs most of the time, and finally, gets captured! But while JJJ turns of the robots visuals to drive towards the two, Spider-Man instead uses his brain and takes of a panel on the Spiderslayer, disrupting its energyflow and escaping like that.To mock JJJ, he leaves his costume with the robot, which kinda bites him in the behind afterwards, though. He did sew a new costume, but aunt May found it and disposed of it, leaving him without a costume for now. Once again, he was a bit too arrogant for his own good.We do have another milestone though: The first appearance of Mary Jane Watson! Obscured through a flower, she greets both Betty Brant and Liz Allan, who came to Peters house for varying reasons, and who are both shocked by her beauty. Peter still doesn't meet her, though.All in all a surprisingly good comic!