History ComicBook / SuperiorSpiderMan

5th Mar '16 10:51:43 PM nombretomado
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** Of course things change as the series goes on due to his later actions, culminating to the people watching the Venom-possessed Otto fighting CaptainAmerica and finally speaking their mind how "big brother" is finally getting annoying.

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** Of course things change as the series goes on due to his later actions, culminating to the people watching the Venom-possessed Otto fighting CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and finally speaking their mind how "big brother" is finally getting annoying.



** Deconstructed. After killing Massacre, [=SpOck=] mentions to Ghost!Peter that dropping this trope is necessary since it did more long term harm than good in both the safety of New York City citizens and [[HeroWithBadPublicity public relations]]. Even Wolverine mentions that some of the Avengers such as CaptainAmerica had to use lethal force [[BatmanGrabsAGun in most extreme circumstances]] even though they [[TechnicalPacifist may not like to do so]]. Said deconstruction and Wolverine's rationalization is then subverted when [[DisproportionateRetribution SpOck is subsequently far less judicious about lethal force]].

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** Deconstructed. After killing Massacre, [=SpOck=] mentions to Ghost!Peter that dropping this trope is necessary since it did more long term harm than good in both the safety of New York City citizens and [[HeroWithBadPublicity public relations]]. Even Wolverine mentions that some of the Avengers such as CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica had to use lethal force [[BatmanGrabsAGun in most extreme circumstances]] even though they [[TechnicalPacifist may not like to do so]]. Said deconstruction and Wolverine's rationalization is then subverted when [[DisproportionateRetribution SpOck is subsequently far less judicious about lethal force]].
3rd Mar '16 12:08:01 AM Darth_Payn
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** SpOck also delivers one to Massacre in Grand Central Station, between crippling him and blowing his brains out. Either he's puting on a show for the crowd to make them like him, or he's genuinely disgusted with what passes for supervillainy now.

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** SpOck Otto also delivers one to Massacre in Grand Central Station, between crippling him and blowing his brains out. Either he's puting putting on a show for the crowd to make them like him, or he's genuinely disgusted with what passes for supervillainy now.
3rd Mar '16 12:05:52 AM Darth_Payn
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**SpOck also delivers one to Massacre in Grand Central Station, between crippling him and blowing his brains out. Either he's puting on a show for the crowd to make them like him, or he's genuinely disgusted with what passes for supervillainy now.
9th Feb '16 6:10:45 AM Bluecatcinema
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* NeverMyFault: Otto has a bad habit of refusing to accept the blame for his failures and shortcomings, often shifting it to others. The worst example occurs after he fails to save Horizon Labs; He claims he only failed because he was working off the "flawed" work of Peter Parker, but the truth of it was that he just couldn't figure out the equation required to stabilise the unstable Reverbium (which Peter figured out on his very first day at Horizon).
13th Jan '16 5:27:51 AM Lionheart0
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* HijackedByGanon: The final arc of the series sees ComicBook/NormanOsborn's return to the franchise where essentially proves that [[EvilerThanThou he's higher on the totem pole than Otto.]]
7th Jan '16 7:54:15 PM Arawn999
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The title ended in April of 2014, after which Peter Parker retakes his body and resumes his normal operations [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore to a degree]] in a new ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' title, just in time for ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', however, two more issues are released in August and September taking place in a time travel interval during issue 19, setting the stage for ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in which Otto is set to play a significant part.

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The title ended in April of 2014, after which Peter Parker retakes his body and resumes his normal operations [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore to a degree]] in a new ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' title, just in time for ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'', however, two more issues are released in August and September taking place in a time travel interval during issue 19, setting the stage for ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in which Otto is set to play plays a significant part.
24th Dec '15 10:01:06 AM ZenBlade
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** ByronicHero: In ''Avenging Spider-Man'' and ''Superior Spider-Man Team-Up'', where Otto certainly tries to do good, but his old habits and methods keep getting in the way. The best example is the Superior Six, a team he made to fight alongside him to do good... that was made up of supervillains he was using mind-control on to force them to make up for their past actions. They eventually got free and put everyone in New York in danger.
16th Nov '15 1:20:52 AM erforce
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-->'''Norah''': Urich, you total [[SymbolSwearing *@%$]]! You drink my last beer, make me watch ''Film/TheExpendables2'', and now '''this'''? We are so done!

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-->'''Norah''': Urich, you total [[SymbolSwearing *@%$]]! You drink my last beer, make me watch ''Film/TheExpendables2'', ''[[Film/TheExpendables2 Expendables 2]]'', and now '''this'''? We are so done!
16th Nov '15 1:20:22 AM erforce
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-->'''Norah''': Urich, you total [[SymbolSwearing *@%$]]! You drink my last beer, make me watch ''[[Film/TheExpendables Expendables 2]]'', and now '''this'''? We are so done!

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-->'''Norah''': Urich, you total [[SymbolSwearing *@%$]]! You drink my last beer, make me watch ''[[Film/TheExpendables Expendables 2]]'', ''Film/TheExpendables2'', and now '''this'''? We are so done!
19th Oct '15 5:05:19 PM StFan
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** The source of the VillainousBreakdown seems to be the SpiderVerse storyline itself, as Otto throws a hissy fit when the Inheritors ruin his super awesome plans and get two of his team killed.

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** The source of the VillainousBreakdown seems to be the SpiderVerse ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' storyline itself, as Otto throws a hissy fit when the Inheritors ruin his super awesome plans and get two of his team killed.
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