"You know, it's kind of hard to trust someone when you don't know who that someone really is."
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Spider-Man Homecoming: School of Shock is a comic set for the film Spider-Man: Homecoming.


In a ordinary day of high school, Peter Parker notices a car chasing pursuit on the way, the web-slinging hero has put the crime to rest by going up against the Shocker.


On an ordinary day in high school, Peter Parker was assigned by his teacher, Amy, to be her lab partner in chemistry class. A loud disturbance had made upon near the school grounds and made Parker to be his duty to stop the crime that's happening. Parker suits up and sends his Spider-Drone to follow it on the location where the crime is headed. Spider-Man finds the getaway van on the pursuit of many cops and Spider-Man swings the top of each car to get to that van. Shocker shoots the energy beams out in the open but Spider-Man leaps in front of the van and lifts it up, letting the Shocker out of the van and webbed him up near a traffic light. Parker return to school only to be notice by the teacher that he cut class and received detention.





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  • The cover of this issue is a homage to the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #46, the first appearance of the Shocker.

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