Appearing in "Around Midnight"Edit
- Jean De Wolfe (First appearance)
- Felicia Hardy
- Mary Jane Watson (First appearance)
- May Parker
- Carver Robertson (First appearance)
- Joseph "Robbie" Robertson (First appearance)
- Crime Master (First appearance)
- Flint "The Sandman" Marko (First appearance)
- Dr. Otto Octavius (First appearance)
- Dr. Connors (First appearance)
- A Stool Pigeon
- Tony (Only appearance; dies)
- Donato Moretti (First appearance)
- Felicia Hardy's Cats
- Alhambra Theatre
- Felicia Hardy's Apartment, above The Black Cat Nightclub
- Bowery Welfare Center
- Ellis Island
Peter Parker has a lot to be hopeful about. The Spider-Man is the beloved town hero; President Franklin D. Roosevelt is in the White House; the spiraling economy is on its first steps toward recovery; and with Norman Osborn out of the picture, organized crime in New York has lost its major player. But all is not well in 1934 America…dark forces are at play in the world, and a power vacuum in New York crime is quickly – and violently – being filled! Now Spider-Man must contend with a vicious new breed of killers, criminals, and maniacal death-dealers, re-imagined from some of the greatest and deadliest foes of the Spider-Man!
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks