“On the Stump” #4
Spider meets his new assistant, Channon Yarrow, and ambushes the President of the United States, also known as The Beast, in a public restroom.
“What Spider Watches on TV” #5
Spider explores the near-infinite amount of channels on his television which leads him to: purchase a trendy item after viewing a blasphemous commercial, call several talk shows including one that discusses politics, and eventually immerse himself so much within the various shows he’s watching that he actually becomes part of the daily television broadcasts. Channon returns to the apartment at the end of the issue after spending the day with her boyfriend and brings Spider some food before she attempts to prevent him from being blasted by a subliminal commercial which soon causes him to fall asleep and continue to see commercials within his dreams.
“God Riding Shotgun” #6
Spider takes Channon to investigate a convention that highlights the multitude of religions that are continuously created within The City. Spider exposes the fraudulent activities conducted by nearly all of the “religious leaders” within the convention until he eventually becomes violently enraged to the point where he jumps onto tables and tears down a few displays while constantly yelling the truth to those in attendance.
“Boyfriend Is a Virus” #7
Channon’s boyfriend has decided to become a “foglet” by downloading his mind into a cloudy swarm of nanobots.
“Another Cold Morning” #8
Spider investigates what becomes of people revived from cryogenic preservation.
“Wild in the Country” #9
Spider explores reservations for outdated civilizations.
“Freeze Me with Your Kiss” #10-12
Spider has a contract placed on his life by his ex-wife, who is currently a head frozen in a jar, even as he is simultaneously stalked by a sentient (and castrated) police dog who wishes revenge on Spider for the loss of his genitals.