"Three Rings...of Danger" Reprint of Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #25.
"The Terrible Threat of the Living Brain" Reprint of Marvel Age Spider-Man #7.
*A state-of-the-art android/search engine goes haywire during a demonstration in Peter Parker’s school-- but how can Peter slip away to become Spider-Man and save the day, when he’s stuck in the principal’s office for fighting with Flash Thompson?! It’s Spider-Man Action in the Mighty Marvel Manner! Plus, didja hear? Peter fights Flash Thompson!
"Spider-Man Tackles the Torch!"
Also, a Sensational Spider-Man Extra! Spidey tangles with the Fantastic Four’s very own Human Torch as an impromptu exhibition goes a little too far.
"Reading, Writing and a Robot" Reprint of Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #26.
Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man, is having a hard time concentrating in school: he's got to worry about a grumpy teacher, an angry bully, and the ultimate in pest-control - The Spider-Slayer! How can Spider-Man defeat the relentless robot when Peter Parker's supposed to be in class?
"The Man Called Electro!" Reprint of Marvel Age Spider-Man #8.
As if Peter Parker didn’t have enough to worry about just being a typical high school student, his Aunt May has just been rushed to the hospital, his boss, J. Jonah Jameson, continues to vilify his web-swinging alter ego every day in the pages of the Daily Bugle, AND there’s a new, super-charged, super-baddie in town looking to make a name for himself…by taking down our favorite Spectacular Spider-Man! Enter ELECTRO, currently (no pun intended) the most shocking villain (no pun intended) to show Spidey that, sometimes with great power comes great electricity! *Source: marvel.com
Includes pullout poster of the cover image.