Peter finally learns that the King Pin a.k.a Wilson Fisk is behind the hit that was meant for him but ended up hitting Aunt May. As the issues have progressed Peter has only become more and more regard in some great shots when he is shaking down another lead he appears to be unshaven. Mean while in Jail The King Pin realizes it is only a matter of time before Spider-Man learns the truth so decides to make contingency plans and decides to bribe a police guard with a King sized ransom. Meanwhile Aunt May's condition has only worsened and the doctors don't think she will make it through. So Peter and Mary Jane decide to give Aunt May a blood transfusion of Peter's blood in an effort to save her life. The really cool thing about the last few pages are the fact that they are no words what so ever and they so Peters journey to the prison as he is about to confront the King Pin and the King Pin is seen dressing and suiting up in his classic white suit the dramatic conclusion is a thing I think is worthy of being seen firsthand rather than being described. The Back in Black series has only impressed me so far and I hope the next installment will be even better!