Publisher: Marvel Cover Date: May 1975 On Sale Date: February 11, 1975 Cover Price: $0.25 Writer: Gerry Conway Penciller: Ross Andru Inker: Frank Giacoia Inker: Dave Hunt Letterer: Raymond Holloway Colorist: George Roussos
Spider-Man/Peter Parker is in Paris with J. Jonah Jameson and Joe Robertson, both of whom have been kidnapped and it is up to Peter to deliver the ransom to a French super villain called The Cyclone.
Meanwhile, back in New York, Aunt May is out of the town with her friend, Anna Watson, when Aunt May sees someone she recognizes on the street. We see the person, a young blonde woman whose face is shadow, but the sight of her causes Aunt May to pass out.
In Paris, before he is to deliver the ransom at Notre Dame Cathedral, Peter visits a hardware store, with a conveniently-staffed bilingual clerk, and purchases something he can use to take out The Cyclone.
That something is a giant fan, which works by blowing The Cyclone across the room and into a column, knocking the villain out.
With Jamesom and Robertson rescued (by Spider-Man, of course), the three return to New York.
When Peter returns home, he arrives to find Gwen Stacey waiting for him.