History ComicBook / OneMoreDay

2nd Jun '17 2:47:19 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* IdiotBall: Again, just about everyone who appears, exception being Aunt May, though likely only because she's comatose.



* InSpiteOfANail: One would think that the nonexistence of the marriage would at least have changed the outcome some of the plotlines in the Spider-Man continuity. Whatever impact that was, however, doesn't seem to have been very drastic. This has less to do with the marriage not having an impact on the continuity, but the creators merely not wanting to explore the changes. It's much harder to rationalize that the marriage didn't have an impact if you can just say that the stories wouldn't have changed, and just leave it at that. Or just that the marriage was all Joe wanted to retcon.



* IdiotBall: Again, just about everyone who appears, exception being Aunt May, though likely only because she's comatose.
* InSpiteOfANail: One would think that the nonexistence of the marriage would at least have changed the outcome some of the plotlines in the Spider-Man continuity. Whatever impact that was, however, doesn't seem to have been very drastic. This has less to do with the marriage not having an impact on the continuity, but the creators merely not wanting to explore the changes. It's much harder to rationalize that the marriage didn't have an impact if you can just say that the stories wouldn't have changed, and just leave it at that. Or just that the marriage was all Joe wanted to retcon.
17th May '17 1:54:26 PM ImaginaryMetroid
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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: FridgeLogic mixed with IdiotBall. So you mean to tell us that Reed Richards (and Tony Stark, and Hank Pym...) is somehow now unable to heal a gunshot wound? ''Really?'' Not just Richards, but ''every'' scientific mind and mystic in the Marvel universe is unable to heal Aunt May. Hell, not even Elixir of the ComicBook/NewXMen can help, and his sole power? ''Healing people''. And not ''just'' healing people -- [[GreenLanternRing it's controlling every cell in your body]]. '''From a distance.''' Elixir healed a guy after the dude's heart was ''torn out''. Something that, logically, should have been instantly fatal... May was just shot... By a bullet. That didn't kill her instantly. There is no reason such a wound should be beyond his power. Elixir could literally have revived May over the phone. Oh, but there's more, much more. Peter goes to Dr. Strange first... Dr. Strange who can literally make Gods, omnipotent beings from other universes like the Outer Gods, do his bidding by just '''saying so'''. Dr. Strange said he couldn't heal Aunt May. Dr. Strange, who can summon Gods and omnipotents at will, who is in personal direct contact with a pantheon of beings whose entire ''purpose'' is being nice guys and helping humans, could not heal a simple gunshot wound (also: He's a surgeon). He even went to ''Doctor Doom'' for help. Sure, he would probably just turned her into a Doombot and had a huge string attached, but do you honestly think that would have stopped him for an instant, given who he ''did'' deal with? There are no words to describe how hard someone has to '''try''' and fuck up this badly. And just to hammer the point home, some of those selfsame people that were useless when it came to gunshots were able to pull LaserGuidedAmnesia out of their rears in ''One Moment In Time''. And CPR manages to save Aunt May, even though between Peter's super strength should have crushed her, and CPR onto a person with an open or barely stitched wound would pump the blood out. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that {{God}} appeared to Peter and told him to be with Aunt May as she passed on; it was simply her time to go, she had accepted this, and maybe, on some level deep down, ''they'' felt that. Somewhat HandWaved by explaining it was her time, or fate, to die at this point meaning not even time travel could prevent it. See YouCantFightFate.

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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: FridgeLogic mixed with IdiotBall. So you mean to tell us that Reed Richards (and Tony Stark, and Hank Pym...) is somehow now unable to heal a gunshot wound? ''Really?'' Not just Richards, but ''every'' scientific mind and mystic in the Marvel universe is unable to heal Aunt May. Hell, not even Elixir of the ComicBook/NewXMen can can't help, and his sole power? ''Healing people''. And not ''just'' healing people -- [[GreenLanternRing it's controlling every cell in your body]]. '''From a distance.''' Elixir healed a guy after the dude's heart was ''torn out''. Something that, logically, should have been instantly fatal... May was just shot... By a bullet. That didn't kill her instantly. There is no reason such a wound should be beyond his power. Elixir could literally have revived May over the phone. Oh, but there's more, much more. Peter goes to Dr. Strange first... Dr. Strange who can literally make Gods, omnipotent beings from other universes like the Outer Gods, do his bidding by just '''saying so'''. Dr. Strange said he couldn't heal Aunt May. Dr. Strange, who can summon Gods and omnipotents at will, who is in personal direct contact with a pantheon of beings whose entire ''purpose'' is being nice guys and helping humans, could not heal a simple gunshot wound (also: He's a surgeon). He even went to ''Doctor Doom'' for help. Sure, he would probably just turned her into a Doombot and had a huge string attached, but do you honestly think that would have stopped him for an instant, given who he ''did'' deal with? There are no words to describe how hard someone has to '''try''' and fuck up this badly. And just to hammer the point home, some of those selfsame people that were useless when it came to gunshots were able to pull LaserGuidedAmnesia out of their rears in ''One Moment In Time''. And CPR manages to save Aunt May, even though between Peter's super strength should have crushed her, and CPR onto a person with an open or barely stitched wound would pump the blood out. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that {{God}} appeared to Peter and told him to be with Aunt May as she passed on; it was simply her time to go, she had accepted this, and maybe, on some level deep down, ''they'' felt that. Somewhat HandWaved by explaining it was her time, or fate, to die at this point meaning not even time travel could prevent it. See YouCantFightFate.
17th May '17 1:49:57 PM ImaginaryMetroid
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* IdiotBall: Again, just about everyone who appears, exception being Aunt May.

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* IdiotBall: Again, just about everyone who appears, exception being Aunt May.May, though likely only because she's comatose.
23rd Apr '17 9:04:54 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''[[ComicBook/RenewYourVows Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows]]''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.

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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''[[ComicBook/RenewYourVows Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows]]''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016'' as an alternate universe comic.
19th Mar '17 2:47:30 AM jormis29
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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.

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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''Spider-Man: ''[[ComicBook/RenewYourVows Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows''.Vows]]''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.
20th Feb '17 8:21:25 AM GrigorII
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* ArmorPiercingQuestion: Parker asked Stark to pay for May's medical treatment, or... or what? Parker, you're in no position to make threats! No, the "or..." was not an "OR ELSE" threat. It was "or else my aunt is going to die in some charity ward somewhere. Is that what you really want, Tony? Is it?"
20th Feb '17 8:15:21 AM GrigorII
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* DontYouDarePityMe: Parker does not want Stark's pity. He wants medical care for May, which he can not pay for.
20th Feb '17 8:11:59 AM GrigorII
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Tony Stark is not Peter Parker's dad, just a parental figure. That did not save him from falling into this when Parker thought that the whole mess is Stark's fault.
20th Feb '17 8:07:33 AM GrigorII
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* TheGlovesAreOff: Iron Man can not be stopped by Spider-Man's weak webs. But what if he let it go and emptied himself on him? Yes, that ''will'' stop him... at least for some seconds.
20th Feb '17 7:39:39 AM GrigorII
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* ShooOutTheClowns
-->'''Parker:''' In another time and place, I would've responded with a snappy comeback. I don't have time.
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