Ya, that is what I figured it was too, and in general I don't mind recap pages here and there (I feel they add to the continuity of things).
But it really just brushed me the wrong way to be having Spider-Man (who knows nothing of what is going on), to be the one giving it.
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| > > > That is exactly what I thought when I read that issue...although I haven't read the interview so I can't help you there.|
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> > > I have been having a lot of trouble understanding how Spider-Man off in the Savage Land could know what is happening with Jackpot back in NY....
> > > Am I missing something here?
> > I didn't get that either. It was very anti-climatic to start the issue like that.
> > Cbasfrench
> I interpreted it as a narrative device. Spidey, at the time, would not know what was going on. I'm guessing it was just viewed as a reader-friendly way of catching readers up and/or reminding them what went on in the issue prior.