This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, we dive into Marvel territory once again as the crew takes a look at Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut.

Black Tom Cassidy dispatches the Juggernaut to kidnap Madame Web in the hope that her psychic powers would help them defeat the X-Men. She receives a vision of their plan, and calls Peter Parker to ask him to stop the Juggernaut. Spider-Man makes many attempts to stop the Juggernaut, all of which end in failure. When the Juggernaut reaches Madame Web, he separates her from her life-support system, almost killing her. As Madame Web is taken to a hospital, Spider-Man again tries to stop the Juggernaut, finally trapping him in a vat of wet cement.

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  1. SkrullBryan
    January 19, 2010 at 10:50 am — Reply

    Hey, I have an original of this from when I was a kid! WEEEE, I belong!

  2. Greg A
    January 19, 2010 at 11:00 am — Reply

    I had a subscription to Amazing Spider-Man that ended with issue #229. It took about a decade before I ended up reading the conclusion.

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