History Awesome / SpiderMan

12th Nov '16 7:15:32 AM Tron80
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* Awesome/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan
31st Oct '16 10:37:27 AM Peteman
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* After confirming the "Peter" is actually the Chameleon with a few trick questions, Aunt May bakes him a batch of cookies with crushed sleeping pills and just a little bit of almond flavor to make him think he's been poisoned (cyanide tastes like almond). Best of all is the moment when she tells him all the mistakes he's made and holds up the sweater she's been knitting - with GOTCHA in big block letters across the front. With bonus SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}: "I suspected you weren't Peter on the elevator ride up. After all... what kind of ''mother'' wouldn't be able to tell her son from an impostor?"

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* After confirming the "Peter" is actually an imposter (actually the Chameleon Chameleon) with a few trick questions, Aunt May bakes him a batch of cookies with crushed sleeping pills and just a little bit of almond flavor to make him think he's been poisoned (cyanide tastes like almond). Best of all is the moment when she tells him all the mistakes he's made and holds up the sweater she's been knitting - with GOTCHA in big block letters across the front. With bonus SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}: "I suspected you weren't Peter on the elevator ride up. After all... what kind of ''mother'' wouldn't be able to tell her son from an impostor?"
20th Sep '16 8:50:29 PM Cyberwulf
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* Spidey's new FriendOnTheForce Chief Inspector Sun preventing Mr Negative from broadcasting Quinghao's Confession
16th Sep '16 3:16:29 PM lalalei2001
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* [[http://spideykicksbutt.com/WhyYouMaryJane/WhyYouMaryJanePart2B.jpg This has always been MJ's very first Moment of Awesome. Seeing Mary Jane refuse to leave the grieving and emotionally broken Peter alone after Gwen's death, even after Peter attempts a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech where he calls her selfish among several other things was nothing short of ''great''.

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* [[http://spideykicksbutt.com/WhyYouMaryJane/WhyYouMaryJanePart2B.jpg This This]] has always been MJ's very first Moment of Awesome. Seeing Mary Jane refuse to leave the grieving and emotionally broken Peter alone after Gwen's death, even after Peter attempts a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech where he calls her selfish among several other things was nothing short of ''great''.
15th Sep '16 7:54:10 PM lalalei2001
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* Actually... Sure, there was the Chameleon beat down, taking down Swarm, and shooting the Green Goblin... but '''[[http://spideykicksbutt.com/WhyYouMaryJane/WhyYouMaryJanePart2B.jpg THIS]]''' has always been MJ's very first Moment of Awesome. Seeing Mary Jane [[spoiler:refuse to leave the grieving and emotionally broken Peter alone after Gwen's death, even after Peter attempts a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech where he calls her selfish among several other things]] was nothing short of '''''great'''''.

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* Actually... Sure, there was the Chameleon beat down, taking down Swarm, and shooting the Green Goblin... but '''[[http://spideykicksbutt.[[http://spideykicksbutt.com/WhyYouMaryJane/WhyYouMaryJanePart2B.jpg THIS]]''' This has always been MJ's very first Moment of Awesome. Seeing Mary Jane [[spoiler:refuse refuse to leave the grieving and emotionally broken Peter alone after Gwen's death, even after Peter attempts a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech where he calls her selfish among several other things]] things was nothing short of '''''great'''''.''great''.



* Amazing Spider-Man 231-232 has Spidey fight Mr. Hyde, who's also after the Cobra. Realizing the criminal is more trouble than he's worth, and with a bad ankle weighing him down, Spider-Man tosses the Cobra to Hyde and webs them together... while also planting a spider-tracer to keep tabs on him. Eventually Spider-Man tracks Hyde down and continues the fight, and despite Hyde's superior strength, he wins the day through speed, goading Hyde into making mistakes, and sheer tenacity.



* Amazing Spider-Man 232 has Spidey fight Mr. Hyde, who's also after the Cobra. Realizing the criminal is more trouble than he's worth, and with a bad ankle weighing him down, Spider-Man tosses the Cobra to Hyde and webs them together... while also planting a spider-tracer to keep tabs on him. Eventually Spider-Man tracks Hyde down and continues the fight, and despite Hyde's superior strength, he wins the day through speed and sheer tenacity.
17th Aug '16 3:50:04 AM Nightmask
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* His stint as ComicBook/CaptainUniverse. Basically, an extra-dimensional being (or something similar) called the Enigma Force detected that a great calamity would occur, and as such beings are wont to do, it selected a hero in order to stop it, choosing Spider-Man. The result was that our favorite web-slinger became Captain Universe. Basically, he won the SuperpowerLottery ''again'', this time getting {{Flight}}, Energy Blasts, NighInvulnerability, his SuperStrength was at least ''doubled'', his five (not counting SpiderSense) senses went into overdrive, and he gained psionic control over his webbing, essentially making it into a ''literal'' GreenLanternRing. Anyhow, some time after that, Loki decided that he wanted to do some mischief, so he magically combined THREE prototype ultra-powerful [[ComicBook/XMen Sentinels]] into one "Tri-Sentinel", which could apparently only be stopped by something as powerful as Captain Universe. Ultimately, Spider-Man burned himself out stopping the Tri-Sentinel and lost his newfound powers, but damn if it wasn't awesome.

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* His stint as ComicBook/CaptainUniverse. Basically, an extra-dimensional being (or something similar) called the Enigma Force detected that a great calamity would occur, and as such beings are wont to do, it selected a hero in order to stop it, choosing Spider-Man. The result was that our favorite web-slinger became Captain Universe. Basically, he won the SuperpowerLottery ''again'', this time getting {{Flight}}, Energy Blasts, NighInvulnerability, his SuperStrength was at least ''doubled'', increased by a factor of FIFTY, his five (not counting SpiderSense) senses went into overdrive, and he gained psionic control over his webbing, essentially making it into a ''literal'' GreenLanternRing. Anyhow, some time after that, Loki decided that he wanted to do some mischief, so he magically combined THREE prototype ultra-powerful [[ComicBook/XMen Sentinels]] into one "Tri-Sentinel", which could apparently only be stopped by something as powerful as Captain Universe. Ultimately, Spider-Man burned himself out stopping the Tri-Sentinel and lost his newfound powers, but damn if it wasn't awesome.
15th Aug '16 1:05:43 AM lalalei2001
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* Amazing Spider-Man 283 has Spidey fight Mr. Hyde, who's also after the Cobra. Realizing the criminal is more trouble than he's worth, and with a bad ankle weighing him down, Spider-Man tosses the Cobra to Hyde and webs them together... while also planting a spider-tracer to keep tabs on him. Eventually Spider-Man tracks Hyde down and continues the fight, and despite Hyde's superior strength, he wins the day through speed and sheer tenacity.

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* Amazing Spider-Man 283 232 has Spidey fight Mr. Hyde, who's also after the Cobra. Realizing the criminal is more trouble than he's worth, and with a bad ankle weighing him down, Spider-Man tosses the Cobra to Hyde and webs them together... while also planting a spider-tracer to keep tabs on him. Eventually Spider-Man tracks Hyde down and continues the fight, and despite Hyde's superior strength, he wins the day through speed and sheer tenacity.
15th Aug '16 1:04:48 AM lalalei2001
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* The end of the classic Amazing Spider-Man #18. Not only is it a crowning moment for Peter but one for Aunt May too. [[spoiler:Up to that issue Peter never had it rougher. Due to running away from the Green Goblin after learning his Aunt had collapsed, the entire city, super hero, and villain communities were labeling Spider-Man as a coward. To make it worse Jonah was gloating about it all over the place, Aunt May was slowly recovering, and Peter was afraid to fight any villains for fear of leaving his Aunt unable to take care of herself. Not only that but money was getting so tight that Spidey was ready to sell his web fluid for money, course it being unstable didn't help so that option was out. Near the end Peter decides to let the world win and gives up being Spider-Man. Only to go downstairs to find his Aunt up and about. She refuses his help and explains that Parkers are tough and should never give up no matter what. After her stirring speech Peter returns to his room and re-dons his Spidey costume vowing to continue his fight]]. Despite being 46 years old it's one of the most dramatic moments this twenty three year old has ever read from a comic book. In fact it has a crowning moment of awesome for Flash Thompson as well. The one person who stuck by Spider-Man's side and even donned a costume to go out and fight crime. This resulted in getting his butt handed to him by three guys. Despite Spidey never coming to his aid he still believed in the guy. For containing not one but three moments of awesome this is why issue 18 is this Spider-fan's #1 issue, not the classic #33 that every other Spider-fan considers their favorite.

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* The end of the classic Amazing Spider-Man #18. Not only is it a crowning moment for Peter but one for Aunt May too. [[spoiler:Up Up to that issue Peter never had it rougher. Due to running away from the Green Goblin after learning his Aunt had collapsed, the entire city, super hero, and villain communities were labeling Spider-Man as a coward. To make it worse Jonah was gloating about it all over the place, Aunt May was slowly recovering, and Peter was afraid to fight any villains for fear of leaving his Aunt unable to take care of herself. Not only that but money was getting so tight that Spidey was ready to sell his web fluid for money, course it being unstable didn't help so that option was out. Near the end Peter decides to let the world win and gives up being Spider-Man. Only to go downstairs to find his Aunt up and about. She refuses his help and explains that Parkers are tough and should never give up no matter what. After her stirring speech Peter returns to his room and re-dons his Spidey costume vowing to continue his fight]]. Despite being 46 years old it's one of the most dramatic moments this twenty three year old has ever read from a comic book. In fact it fight. It has a crowning moment of awesome for Flash Thompson as well. The Thompson, the one person who stuck by Spider-Man's side and even donned a costume to go out and fight crime. This resulted in getting his butt handed to him by three guys. Despite guys, and despite Spidey never coming to his aid he still believed in the guy. For containing not one but three moments of awesome this is why issue 18 is this Spider-fan's #1 issue, not the classic #33 that every other Spider-fan considers their favorite.guy.



* The principal of Peter's high school gets a Moment of Awesome in an early issue of ''The Amazing Spider-Man''. The Sandman, hiding out in the high school, accidentally walks into an occupied classroom that the principal is dropping in on. Sandman taunts his new hostages and mentions that so long as he's around, he'd like to have the diploma that he never got when he was in school. The principal balks, saying that a diploma must be ''earned'', and refuses to back down on the issue. When the rather irate Sandman threatens the students, the principal throws himself in front of the class and orders the kids to run for it while he holds the Sandman off (luckily, Spider-Man arrives just in time to keep the poor guy from being clobbered by the Sandman). Corny? Yes. Awesome? Hell yes.

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* The principal of Peter's high school gets a Moment of Awesome moment in an early issue of ''The Amazing Spider-Man''. The Sandman, hiding out in the high school, accidentally walks into an occupied classroom that the principal is dropping in on. Sandman taunts his new hostages and mentions that so long as he's around, he'd like to have the diploma that he never got when he was in school. The principal balks, saying that a diploma must be ''earned'', and refuses to back down on the issue. When the rather irate Sandman threatens the students, the principal throws himself in front of the class and orders the kids to run for it while he holds the Sandman off (luckily, off. Luckily, Spider-Man arrives just in time to keep the poor guy from being clobbered by the Sandman). Corny? Yes. Awesome? Hell yes.Sandman.


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* Amazing Spider-Man 283 has Spidey fight Mr. Hyde, who's also after the Cobra. Realizing the criminal is more trouble than he's worth, and with a bad ankle weighing him down, Spider-Man tosses the Cobra to Hyde and webs them together... while also planting a spider-tracer to keep tabs on him. Eventually Spider-Man tracks Hyde down and continues the fight, and despite Hyde's superior strength, he wins the day through speed and sheer tenacity.
28th May '16 7:52:04 PM Doug86
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* ''Comicbook/AvengersVsXMen'': After spending years as a background character during Marvel's Crisis Crossovers, Spider-Man gets back into the limelight during Issue 9. To emphasize [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Cyclops, Emma Frost, Namor, Magik, and Colossus]] have gained the powers of the Phoenix and began reshaping the world to their own image. The Avengers oppose them, so the Phoenix X-Men capture some of them in a volcano. To save them, the Avengers infiltrate the volcano but Colossus and Magik find them. Spider-Man notes that Colossus and Magik have been having issues about their control over their powers, so he tricks them into knocking each other out. Taking into consideration that the Phoenix X-Men have been [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping]] the Avengers, their defeat at the hands of Spider-Man is impressive.]]

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* ''Comicbook/AvengersVsXMen'': After spending years as a background character during Marvel's Crisis Crossovers, Spider-Man gets back into the limelight during Issue 9. To emphasize [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/XMen Cyclops, Emma Frost, Namor, Magik, and Colossus]] have gained the powers of the Phoenix and began reshaping the world to their own image. The Avengers oppose them, so the Phoenix X-Men capture some of them in a volcano. To save them, the Avengers infiltrate the volcano but Colossus and Magik find them. Spider-Man notes that Colossus and Magik have been having issues about their control over their powers, so he tricks them into knocking each other out. Taking into consideration that the Phoenix X-Men have been [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping]] the Avengers, their defeat at the hands of Spider-Man is impressive.]]
8th May '16 2:47:04 PM mogo
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** Peter giving Sajani a well deserved dressing down over her trying to sell him out to both Ghost and Black Cat in order to steer the company her way and undermine Peter and tells her on no uncertain terms it's not happening again.
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