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“This is a huge story that’ll have fans around the world talking for a long time as we set the stage for the debut of our new Spider-Man.” Now, the Ultimates continuity is separate from the mainstream Marvel mythology so this doesn’t “count” in some ways.
"The Night Gwen Stacy Died" is a story arc of the Marvel Comics comic book series The Amazing Spider-Man #121–122 (June–July 1973), that became a watershed event in the life of the superhero Spider-Man, one of popular culture's most enduring and recognizable fictional characters.Also, Harry Osborn, Parker's best friend and Norman's son, became addicted to drugs and was sequestered in the Osborn home for detoxification.Norman's parental grief, combined with financial pressure, triggered a breakdown resulting in Norman Osborn remembering his Goblin identity and again targeting Spider-Man and his loved ones for misery.The book also has several themes relevant in the post 9/11 world, most notably Mayor Waters taking control of the city of New York to protect it, and the WEBB, an energy field that seals all of New York inside it so no one can leave.Thirty years in Spider-Man's future, New York City is a relatively safe zone, although it is under total control of its mayor.
Super-criminals and superheroes are a thing of the past, but the authoritarian government utilizes a merciless police force, "The Reign". A late 60s, early 70s aged Peter Parker works as a florist, and he is fired for ruining a couple's wedding by sending the wrong flowers.