Goro has always been a poor sap - but all of a sudden he has seemingly
struck gold, so much so that he makes a big donation to the school he went
to and buys presents to all the students. When he hears that several poor
saps all around the city have struck it rich just like Goro, Spider-Man
(Shinji Todou) grows suspicious - and soon finds out that all these guys
go gambling to a casino run by someone named The Sorceress. They
all seem to be on a never-ending winning strak so they don't care one bit
that the Sorceress looks suspiciously like a monster of the Iron Cross
Army, and she is, too, as the Army is out to corrupt the youth by getting
them into gambling this time around.
Soon, everybody's winning streak
ends though, and now to finance his gambling habit, Goro even goes so far
as to steal his school's deed and lose it in a game - which means the Iron
Cross Army considers itself the school's owner and has the papers to prove
it. But then of course Spider-Man interferes, gives everybody a good
clobbering, and this way he sets everything right again ...
episode with a few funny scenes (like a rubber monster running a casino
without anybody noticing), but as a whole too hell-bent to hammer its
mnessage ("gambling is bad") home to really convince.