Rather than a bunch of short stories, this 80-pager is one story with a bunch of the Midnight Sons, as well as Spider-Man. The Sons get a bunch of individual segments, all drawn by different artists, which has the downside of making this story feel disjointed but the upside of exposing us to a wide variety of styles and lesser-known artists. (Sadly, most aren’t that good.)
Why should you care? You shouldn’t. This is still a horrible, pointless comic coming out in a market oversaturated with Ghost Rider and Ghost-Rider-Adjacent characters.
And Spider-Man, too, who has 3 series books a month in addition to multiple guest shots.
Anyway, a spidery-looking creature named Spider-X is running around wearing shreds of a Spider-Man costume, so the Songs fight Spider-Man first (assuming he’s the monster), then the monster.
Creators: Mort Todd wrote it, and also did the art on one segment. Other artists: Javier Saltares, John Czop, Ken Meyer Jr., Doug Braithwaite, and Vincent Giarrano