So, let's take a look at those team ups!
It Starts Here
This was the second appearance of the Silver Samurai (looking more the part than his first appearance in Daredevil #111), with him facing Spider-Man, as Spidey tries to stop some would-be thieves. Meanwhile, Black Widow is in New York (taking a break from the west coast Champions), trying to find Nick Fury, and warn S.H.I.E.L.D. Being unsuccessful, Black Widow finds Spider-Man battling the Silver Samurai, and comes to Spidey's aid. The two battle the warrior, eventually defeating the Silver Samurai, and they recover a small statue that he had stolen.
But, more would come of this simple encounter.
All Together Now
A Look Back
This time around, Spidey ends up working with the Black Widow and Simon Stroud (a C.I.A. agent, who faced monstrous Spider-Man foes, lycanthrope Man-Wolf and vampiric Morbius) to stop a smuggling ring...except that it was no average smuggling ring, instead, it was an operation run by Daredevil foe, the Owl, who had been injured in a battle with Spider-Man and Daredevil in Marvel Team-Up #73 (September, 1978), and is working the criminal mob of the Maggia to plunge Manhattan into a blackout in return for the weaponized chair which now he needs for movement. The heroes work against the Owl's henchmen, with Stroud taking down the Owl.
A Look Forward
This time around, New York has rolling blackouts, with Spider-Man failing to stop a murder, yet the police think they have the murderer, but blind lawyer, Matt Murdock (secretly Daredevil), thinks the boy is innocent, and has Black Widow looking into the case, meeting up with Spider-Man...but, Spider-Man gets sucked into the Beyonder's teleportation device and heads into the Secret Wars!
...with Spider-Man returning to Earth in his new, black symbiote costume. The heroes work together to find the real murder, with Daredevil making a deal with the Kingpin to find him in this tale by writers Tom DeFalco and Jim Owsley, pencilled by Greg Larocque and inked by Mike Esposito, under an Art Adams/Mike Mignola cover!
All this espionage can keep one busy....