Model Minako is very much in love with star designer Togo, but he
doesn't even seem to notice her - and why should he, he is surrounded by
models all day, and his girlfriend is the prettiest of all of them. Enter
Amazoness (Yukie Kagawa) of the Iron Cross Army, who promises Minako
plastic surgery to become the prettiest of them all. But she also
persuades Minako to kill Togo's current girlfriend, just to make sure he
Everything works out perfectly, and before you know it,
Minako and Togo are a couple.
But why would the extremely evil Iron
Cross Army help an innocent young girl to get together with the man she
Because they need her to kill inspector Huroki, that's why. The
Iron Cross Army itself can't even get near the inspector because he is
well guarded by sensors detecting Iron Cross Army members. A mere human
model on the other hand ... Of course, Minako isn't just a model anymore,
she has been enhanced to be a supergirl and implanted a chip so she can be
Anyways, the assassination attempt almost succeeds if
it wasn't for Spider-Man (Shinji Toudou), who has long followed Minako's
career and long grown suspicious about her. He manages to chase Minako
away just in time, and at a later encounter, he destroys the remote
control that has a hold on Minako, thus ending the Iron Cross Army's spell
over her. Led by Amazoness, the Army quickly makes a getaway ... but
Minako, feeling guilty for all she has done, takes her own life.
the fact that there is no robot or monster action in this one, this is one
of the livelier episodes of Supaida-Man, basically because
on the one hand it's by far not as formulaic as your standard episode and
with the omission of monsters and robots gives the story more space to
develop, on the other because the focus of the plot is shifted from
Spider-Man himself and is thus given more room to breed.
And despite all
of this, the whole thing is campy enough all the same ...