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3 years agoby @ejk1Flag
Details, hmmm. Well let's see. Gwen Stacy has a one-time affair with Norman Osborn while she's with Pete. When she went off to London, supposedly she was gone for 4 months and went to Paris and had twins, who are left in the care of her uncle since Captain Stacy dies before this. She realizes Norman is psychotic when she comes back during the whole Harry OD'ing on LSD thing. Long story short, it explains that Green Goblin kidnapping Gwen wasn't random, and after Goblin "fakes" his death in ASM #122, he goes to Europe where he tends to the children and lies to them about Gwen and Pete. They were born with Goblin DNA so they age fast. Anyway, you will have to read it for the rest of the details, basically that's the gist and they come after Spidey. It all comes to a head when he tries to tell them the truth of what happened to Gwen. Oh and Sarah looks just like Gwen. That's her on the cover.
3 years agoby @comicbookfanFlag
Oh, see I forgot about Sarah. Details, please.
Well yeah, the secret twins, Gabriel and Sarah.
This is where the secret child comes in right? Gabriel Stacy? He's as crazy as his old man. You can find him in a Spider-Man mini series called "American Son" (not ASM 595-599, but a side story).
A very controversial book. This is the one about Gwen Stacy and the whole Norman Osborn thing. JMS recieved a lot of flack for this, and Joe Q wouldn't let him undo it with OMD. As one of the last books in my Spidey collection, I enjoyed the compelling nature of the story telling. I can't believe Gwen would do that to Peter, though.