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The year is 1933, and a squad of police burst into the Daily Bugle after getting a call from someone claiming they were J Jonah Jameson who said they were dying. Throwing open the door to Jameson's office, they find Jameson bleeding in his chair with Spider-Man crouched over him, a gun in his hand. The police open fire at the wall-crawler, and Spider-Man jumps through an open and into the night. None of the bullets find their mark, but he does get nicked by one of them.
Time jumps backwards to J Jonah Jameson telling his reporter, Ben Urich, to go out into the streets and get pictures of the poverty that is occuring in New York. Ben goes to a section of the city that has been overrun by homeless shanties, and in the middle of those shanties he finds the famed May Parker giving a speech to a small crowd of people. May is railing against the current presidents and political parties of theUnited Statesand is demanding people to take action and support socialism instead. A group of men approach, which Ben identifies as theEnforcers, and the three gang members tell May to stop spreading her political message. When May resists, the Enforcers begin to rough her up as well as her nephew, Peter Parker, who tries to step in and defend his aunt. Ben Urich stops the Enforcers by taking a picture of them and threatening to put it in the paper, and the Enforcers are forced to comply because Urich is "untouchable" to them.