During Marvel's "Civil War" (after "The Other"), he is ambushed by the Rhino and is injured.
However, he heals completely by the end of the issue without medical attention and mentions to Aunt May that he knew he had "always been a fast healer, but lately it seems even more so." During "Civil War", Spider-Man is heavily beaten and drugged, suffering multiple fractures and blood loss at the hands of the Jack O' Lantern but his injuries heal almost completely by the next issue.
They illustrated this by showing the results of an experiment where glow genes from deep sea jellyfish were introduced into the embryos of lab mice.
The resulting mice were born with the glow gene as a part of their own DNA and glowed light green whenever an ultraviolet light was shined on them.
She added: ‘Nobody can understand why she did this horrible thing.
Michel Haddi, 42, who recently photographed Lucy for the Italian edition of Vanity Fair, said she had revealed to him that she was besotted with Almeras, one of whose children is believed to be very young.
One maybe close to college age and one quite little.’Another New York friend said: ‘She packed up all her things and moved to Paris a few months ago. ” ‘She said he was in his 40s and had four children.
I wondered, is he still with the mother of his children, is he divorced? She was just very excited.’ Almeras’s teenage daughter Jeanne said Lucy left two suicide notes.
During a battle with a villain called the Masked Marauder, Spider-Man is rendered completely blind.
However, during a visit to an eye specialist, it is revealed that Spider-Man is already healing only hours later.