With the Lizard unable to fight due to the inhibitor in his neck, Peter does some quick thinking and begins doing what he does best, talking smack to the bad guys. This triggers Task Master’s impatience and anger which results in Peter being thrown across the classroom away from the rest of the commotion.
Peter then begins to formulate a way to be able to switch into the Amazing Spider-Man and dispatch the villains, which he is able to do . . . . well, sort of.
In a shocking turn of events, Spider-Man goes to help out an injured student to find that it’s actually Peter Parker! So if Spidey and Peter are in the same room but different bodies then there’s something seriously wrong. Could it be that the Isotope Genome Accelerator is responsible, and is there any going back?
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