First – Spider-Man dares goons to hit him and shoot him to test his Spider-Sense. He’s freaked out. It turns out that his Spider-Sense is working fine. What happened then on that subway platform?
Second – In Germany, some guy named Solo teleports into a hostage situation, kills the kidnappers, and disappears. “While I live, terror dies.”
Third – Joy is convinced that Roxxon is evil. She and Peter are sent to NORTHERN IRELAND to cover a Thatcher speech on Terrorism. While getting his passport, Peter stops Humbug (FIRST APPEARANCE, ooh yeah), a wimpy scientist who wants money to study bugs. He uses amplified insect sounds to attack. Spider-Man wins. Humbug is destined for a terrible fate years and years later.
At the end, it looks like Joy and Pete’s flight is scheduled for a terrorist attack on it.
A pretty dumb story that probably could have been skipped. Peter needed a passport, he got one, instead there is 20 other pages of ridiculousness. Of course, that ridiculousness included Humbug, so it was (wasn’t?) worth it.