I seem to recall a one-off Spider-Man comic book issue or series that came out when I was much younger. This would have been between 1990 and 1992. I believe that it was actually a set of two issues, but I'm not certain.
I also seem to recall that I got the first issue for free with a pack of Jell-O chocolate pudding pots.
I recall being frustrated that the issue had left off on some sort of cliffhanger, which is why I think there must have been at least one other issue — although if there was, I hadn't been able to find it.
I seem to recall that there was some "moral message", perhaps anti-drug related, to the plot line which is perhaps why the first issue was being given away freely with chocolate pudding.
What was the title of this issue or series? Was it published by Marvel or was another company permitted to use Spider-Man for the purposes of this special issue / series?
Unfortunately, searches involving Spider-Man, anti-drug, and/or Jell-O do not yield what I'm looking for. Spidey seems to have featured in a number of anti-drug comics, such as the 1971 Amazing Spider-Man issue "Green Goblin Reborn!", but they are not the one I am thinking of. I'm hoping someone remembers.