Synopsis for “Chaos Is — the Chameleon!”
News has gone out that District Attorney Blake Tower had cleared Spider-Man of any wrong doing in the deaths of George Stacy and Norman Osborn, much to the chagrin of J. Jonah Jameson. Spider-Man himself is the last person to learn of this, and it comes as a shock and a surprised.
However, not everyone is pleased with Spider-Man’s new found fame, and so a mysterious foe from Spider-Man’s past has hired the Chameleon (who has new shape shifting technology) to ruin Spider-Man’s reputation. Spider-Man “saves” the Chameleon who was posing as a suicidal man, as Spider-Man is making his exit the police tell him that D.A. Tower wants to see him. After visiting Aunt May in the hospital, her doctor tells Peter that if he cannot afford to keep her in the hospital, she will have to go to an old age home. Later, at his apartment, Peter is visited by Betty Brant who has decided to leave Ned Leads for good, and the two spend the whole night up talking.
Realizing that he’s running late to meet with D.A. Tower, Peter shoos Betty out of her apartment and swings to Tower’s office where he learns the good news much to his surprise and joy. When he’s met by the press, he tells them that he’ll have an official press conference in Central Park later.
Speaking with the media later, Spider-Man is attacked by the Chameleon who has come to Spider-Man disguised as an old woman, dropping the disguise only long enough for people to think that Spider-Man and old woman unprovoked. This brings great joy to J. Jonah Jameson who is watching the telecast from home. However, Spider-Man manages to capture the Chameleon and remove his hologram inducing belt and makes him confess. Spider-Man is cleared of attacking an old woman and the crowd carries him away cheering, much to Jameson’s horror.
Jameson isn’t the only one who has it in for the Wall-Crawler though, as the mystery man who hired the Chameleon vows to destroy Spider-Man soon enough.
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