The Immortal Weapons subsequently joined the fight upon being freed from their webbed imprisonments, which meant more fancy fighting techniques such as Flying Bear Kissing Dragon's Butt (Sorry, couldn't help it). The arachnid persona began dominating over the will of Shang Chi, who probably would spend the rest of his days feeding off flies caught in a homemade web had Iron Fist not tried to cure him of his ailment.
Shang Chi displayed quite an inferiority complex, so to speak, in fighting the spider demon by his lonesome while letting the Immortal Weapons go, unwilling to allow them to protect a mere mortal such as himself, before dropping the whole building on Ai Apaec and himself.
They really should have a move named Flying Bear Kissing Dragon's Butt. Nevertheless, Shang Chi's humanity saved himself from succumbing into his inner spider as well as others from being fodder for a spider chimera god, which makes this issue somewhat beyond merely filled with senseless violence and a vapid plot to go with. The flurry of brushstrokes that comprises the artwork throughout wasn't terrible, in the sense of accentuating the fast-paced action carried about, though it wasn't outstandingly done as well.