History ComicBook / SpiderManNoir

24th Jul '17 11:03:08 AM jouXIII
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In 2014 Spider-Man Noir starred in a one-shot issue of the ''Edge of Comicbook/SpiderVerse'', following which he teamed up with Spider-people from other realities in their fighjt against the Inheritors.

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In 2014 Spider-Man Noir starred in a one-shot issue of the ''Edge of Comicbook/SpiderVerse'', following which he teamed up with Spider-people from other realities in their fighjt fight against the Inheritors.
24th Jul '17 11:00:04 AM jouXIII
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In ''Spider-Man: Noir'', Norman Osborn, a man known in certain circles as the Goblin, has everybody in his pocket. The mayor, the police, the local newspapers. May Parker is a notorious trouble maker for the corrupt regime. Her and her nephew Peter lost Ben Parker, a big player in the underground movement against the government's abuse, until one day he was beaten up and savaged by dogs.

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In ''Spider-Man: Noir'', Norman Osborn, a man known in certain circles as the Goblin, has everybody in his pocket. The mayor, the police, the local newspapers. May Parker is a notorious trouble maker for the corrupt regime. Her She and her nephew Peter lost Ben Parker, a big player in the underground movement against the government's abuse, until one day he was beaten up and savaged by dogs.
17th Apr '17 6:40:01 AM 43110
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* BiggerBad: Ansel's presence in ''Eyes Without a Face'' is all over the book, but Spider-Man doesn't even learn of his existence, or the fact he was behind the Crime Master's initial actions.


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* GreaterScopeVillain: Ansel's presence in ''Eyes Without a Face'' is all over the book, but Spider-Man doesn't even learn of his existence, or the fact he was behind the Crime Master's initial actions.
15th Apr '17 5:46:06 AM CL
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%%* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Doctor Octavius.

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%%* * AdaptationalAttractiveness: Doctor Octavius.Octavius is slimmer and more handsome than his usual pudgy, nerdtacular self.



%%* BigBad: Norman Osborn.
%%** Doc Ock in ''Eyes Without a Face''.
%%* BigBadDuumvirate: Otto and Crime Master in ''Eyes Without a Face''.

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%%* * BigBad: Norman Osborn.
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Osborn in ''Noir'', and Doc Ock in ''Eyes Without a Face''.
%%* BigBadDuumvirate: Otto and
Face'' (though he also more or less [[BigBadDuumvirate shares]] the role with the Crime Master in ''Eyes Without a Face''.Master).



%%* BlackBestFriend: Robbie Robertson.

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%%* * BlackBestFriend: Robbie Robertson.Robertson becomes Peter's in ''Eyes Without a Face''.



%%* TheBrute: Both Ox and Sandman.

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%%* * TheBrute: Both Ox and Sandman.Sandman, the former for Osborn and the latter for the Crime Master.



%%* CoatHatMask: Spider-Man, and the Crime Master.

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%%* * CoatHatMask: Spider-Man, Spider-Man and the Crime Master.Master's typical attire.



%%* DrugsAreBad: [[spoiler: Ben Urich]] does heroin.

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%%* * DrugsAreBad: [[spoiler: Ben Urich]] does heroin. heroin, which makes him complacent and easily controlled.



** Earlier Sandman.

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** Earlier Sandman. Sandman silently crushing the head of a man who had disrespected the Crime Master.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Octavius thinks lobotimizing people and keeping them locked up is humane, but killing them without respect is animalistic.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Octavius thinks lobotimizing people and keeping them locked up is humane, but killing them without respect is animalistic. He also doesn't see any point in being gratuitously cruel towards his slaves, even the mindless ones, noting, "A healthy, well-cared-for creature always gives the best return."



%%* EvilCripple: Doctor Octavius

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%%* * EvilCripple: Doctor OctaviusOctavius is a paraplegic.



%%* TheFreakshow: Where most of the villains are hired from.

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%%* * TheFreakshow: Where most Osborn's crew is made up of the villains are hired from.former circus performers and freakshow stars, including Osborn himself.



%%* GenderFlip: Federal Agent Jean De Wolfe.
%%* GiantSpider: In the DisneyAcidSequence

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%%* * GenderFlip: Jean De Wolfe, usually female, is a reimagined as a male Federal Agent Jean De Wolfe.
%%*
in ''Eyes Without a Face''.
*
GiantSpider: In Peter encounters one (presumably a manifestation of the Great Weaver) in a DisneyAcidSequence



%%* GunsAkimbo: Hammerhead in ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''.
%%* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler: She, Black Cat]].
%%* HerrDoktor: Doctor Octavius. Doctor Conners as well.

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%%* GunsAkimbo: Hammerhead in ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''.
%%*
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler: She, Black Cat]].
%%*
Cat, which costs her her face when the Crime Master discovers that she has been playing him]].
*
HerrDoktor: Doctor Octavius. Octavius and Doctor Conners as well.Conners, both already mad scientists, are now also Nazi sympathizers.



%%* ImAHumanitarian: [[spoiler: The Vulture.]]

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%%* * ImAHumanitarian: [[spoiler: The Vulture.]]Vulture was a freak show geek willing to eat anything, including people.



%%* LatexPerfection: [[spoiler: Osborn's]] mask.

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%%* * LatexPerfection: [[spoiler: Osborn's]] mask.mask, which hides his scaly skin.



%%* MissKitty: Aptly, Felicia.

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%%* * MissKitty: Aptly, Felicia. Felicia, here the proprietor of a speakeasy.



%%* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: Norman.

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%%* * ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: Norman.Norman, who at one point makes it clear that he is so well-connected and high-up on the social ladder that he could kill someone in a room full of witnesses and get away with it.



%%* SssssnakeTalk: Toomessssss.
%%* SnowMeansDeath: [[spoiler: Ben Urich's]] funeral.

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%%* * SssssnakeTalk: Toomessssss.
%%*
Toomessssss, emphasizing how animal-like he is.
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SnowMeansDeath: [[spoiler: Ben Urich's]] funeral.



%%* TerribleTrio: The Enforcers

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%%* * TerribleTrio: The EnforcersEnforcers, as usual.



%%* VigilanteMan

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%%* VigilanteMan* VigilanteMan: Spider-Man, moreso than usual given that he is both willing to use a gun and kill.



%%* WouldHitAGirl: Crime Master

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%%* * WouldHitAGirl: Crime MasterMaster, up to and including carving up Felicia's face.
18th Sep '16 10:19:49 PM timotaka
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** Kraven's death by being covered in spiders is highly reminiscent of what he experienced in his hallucinations in ''Kraven's Last Hunt'' storyline.
18th Sep '16 10:16:40 PM timotaka
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* CrapsackWorld: The authorities are corrupt all the way to the mayor of New York. This Spider-Man doesn't string up criminals and leave them to the police simply because they cannot be trusted to uphold the law. It says something when ''J. Jonah Jameson'' is the most moral authority figure in the setting.
6th Jun '16 6:49:49 AM Foffy_the_Sheep
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In the meantime, the Crime Master has figured out the relationship between his girlfriend [[spoiler: and Spider-Man]] and he kills her. [[VillainousBreakdown Enraged]] he goes to Otto's hideout and starts [[KillItWithFire killing African-Americans]]. Spider-Man [[BreakThemByTalking encourages everybody]] who ''hasn't'' shot anybody to surrender and ''not'' join the Crime Master on death row.

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In the meantime, the Crime Master has figured out the relationship between his girlfriend [[spoiler: and Spider-Man]] and he kills her. [[VillainousBreakdown Enraged]] Enraged]], he goes to Otto's hideout and starts [[KillItWithFire killing African-Americans]]. Spider-Man [[BreakThemByTalking encourages everybody]] who ''hasn't'' shot anybody to surrender and ''not'' join the Crime Master on death row.
31st May '16 2:28:56 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* [[spoiler: DisneyDeath]]: Felicia. [[spoiler: Jameson in the first book]].

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%%* [[spoiler: DisneyDeath]]: DisneyDeath: Felicia. [[spoiler: Jameson in the first book]].
31st May '16 2:28:39 PM Morgenthaler
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** Justified, as the in-game manual states that Spidey Noir can only wall-crawl at all (that rhymes!) because [[spoiler: Madame Web granted him those powers for use in the game. Since her powers were augmented by the dimensional rift, her upgrades and thus theirs went away when they fixed it.]]
31st May '16 2:28:26 PM Morgenthaler
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'''''Spider-Man: Noir''''' is a four-issue miniseries which reboots the Wall Crawler into the genres of FilmNoir and [[TwoFistedTales pulp fiction]]. It is set in New York during the Great Depression. Part of a lineup of GenreThrowback miniseries featuring Marvel's most popular characters, it is also known for its sleek design and its version of Spider-Man being part of the video game ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''. It was followed by another mini called ''Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face'', taking place a year after the previous mini.

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'''''Spider-Man: Noir''''' ''Spider-Man: Noir'' is a four-issue miniseries which reboots the Wall Crawler into the genres of FilmNoir and [[TwoFistedTales pulp fiction]]. It is set in New York during the Great Depression. Part of a lineup of GenreThrowback miniseries featuring Marvel's most popular characters, it is also known for its sleek design and its version of Spider-Man being part of the video game ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions''. It was followed by another mini called ''Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face'', taking place a year after the previous mini.
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