Spider-Man; GUESTS: Tony Stark [Iron Man]; Mary Jane Parker
Tony designs a new red and gold Spider-Man costume for Peter which includes body armor, gliding capability and sense enhancing components. Spidey takes his new threads for a test drive. Tony asks Peter to be his protege and, once he agrees, informs Pete that they are heading to Washington to appear before a Senate investigative committee on superhuman affairs.
Spider-Man; GUEST: Tony Stark [Iron Man]; VILLAIN: Titanium Man; CAMEOS: Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Woman; Mary Jane Parker; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Dr. Strange; Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Black Bolt; Captain America; Human Torch; Venom; Hulk; Daredevil; Aunt May
Tony adds a few new features to Spidey's new red and gold costume including the ability to change its appearance and thin metal arms that can be manipulated from its back. Tony and Peter appear before a Senate investigative committee concerning superhuman registration. After the meeting, Tony is attacked by Titanium Man on the Senate building steps and Spider-Man swings in to the rescue.
Spider-Man; GUEST: Iron Man [Tony Stark]; VILLAIN: Titanium Man; CAMEO: Mary Jane Parker
Spider-Man drives off Titanium Man and keeps him from killing Tony. After the battle, Tony once again appears before the Senate concerning superhuman registration and this time, Spider-Man himself testifies. Unbeknownst to Peter, he has been played by his new mentor as Iron Man pays Titanium Man off for the fortuitous attack. With the registration bill still up in the air, Tony and Peter return home to the news of the Stamford disaster.
Spider-Man; GUESTS: Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Aunt May; Mary Jane Parker; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Night Thrasher; Namorita; Speedball; Microbe; Cobalt Man; Coldheart; Speedfreek; Nitro; Wolverine; Sabretooth; Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Woman; Human Torch; The Thing; Mole Man; Sentry; Absorbing Man; Ms. Marvel; Hawkeye [Hank Pym]; Captain America
In the wake of the Stamford explosion that killed over 600 people, Spidey and Iron Man help sift through the wreckage. The pair then head to Washington where Tony meets with the Senate once again and informs Peter that the superhuman registration bill will be passed in a matter of weeks and he plans on supporting it. Peter has a very difficult decision to make as his new mentor asks him to make his secret identity public and support the new registration bill.