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    • Issue No. 2 (May 1963) featured the first appearance of the Vulture and the Tinkerer as well as the beginning of Parker's freelance photography career at the newspaper The Daily Bugle.The Amazing Spider-Man-Wikipedia
    • During the "Clone Saga", Doctor Octopus saved Spider-Man from certain death from a poison injected by the Vulture, although this was only because he desired to be the one to kill Spider-Man.Doctor Octopus-Wikipedia
    • However, May's heart was broken when Nathan suffered a fatal heart attack while protecting her from being taken hostage by Adrian Toomes, the costumed villain known as the Vulture.Aunt May-Wikipedia
    • He is soon forced to reveal himself, however, when Otto von Doom's vulture soldiers kidnap Shakespeare.Ben Grimm-Wikipedia
    • Later, the Punisher loses an eye while fighting a new version of the Vulture.Punisher-Wikipedia
    • Raimi wanted another villain, and Ben Kingsley was involved in negotiations to play the Vulture before the character was cut.Spider-Man 3-Wikipedia

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