History ComicBook / UltimateSpiderman

29th Jul '16 2:23:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Captain [=DeWolfe=], Kingpin, Hammerhead, Nick Fury, and Spider-Man himself all have shades of this.
22nd Jul '16 3:02:19 PM Fan
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** And for the readers during the Clone Saga storyline after both Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy turn into monstrous forms their clothing is ripped apart, leaving them completely naked when they revert back to their regular forms.

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** And for the readers during During the Clone Saga storyline after both Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy turn into monstrous forms their clothing is ripped apart, leaving them completely naked when they revert back to their regular forms.
27th Jun '16 9:59:25 AM Eagal
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* CrossOver: Miles eventually meets the original Spider-Man in the ''ComicBook/SpiderMen'' crossover. This borders on HarsherInHindsight (and a little bit [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious]]), since Miles always wanted to meet Peter. He does, just not the one who he expected.
** Miles is set to cameo in a crossover with ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen''. Hope he survives the experience.

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* CrossOver: Miles eventually meets the original Spider-Man in the ''ComicBook/SpiderMen'' crossover. This borders on HarsherInHindsight (and a little bit [[HilariousInHindsight hilarious]]), since Miles always wanted to meet Peter. He does, just not the one who he expected.
** Miles is set to cameo
cameod in a crossover with ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen''. Hope he survives the experience.''ComicBook/AllNewXMen''.



* {{Foreshadowing}} / HarsherInHindsight: An early issue of Volume 4 has a crazed prostitute screaming that the {{Multiverse}} is collapsing, and that soon all worlds will be merged into one. At the time, it seemed like a harmless ShoutOut to Creator/JonathanHickman's ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' and ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'' storylines, but then came ''[[Comicbook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars]]''...

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* {{Foreshadowing}} / HarsherInHindsight: {{Foreshadowing}}: An early issue of Volume 4 has a crazed prostitute screaming that the {{Multiverse}} is collapsing, and that soon all worlds will be merged into one. At the time, it seemed like a harmless ShoutOut to Creator/JonathanHickman's ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' and ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'' storylines, but then came ''[[Comicbook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars]]''...Wars]]'' in which that actually happened.



* {{Irony}} / DramaticIrony: The Prowler, Miles Morales's uncle, learns that it is his fault that Miles was bitten by the super spider. The Prowler then manipulates Miles into working with him, justifying it with the idea that they have a "responsibility" towards each-other. Anyone who knows anything about the actual Spider-Man's origins can see how this is going... places where it shouldn't be going.

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* {{Irony}} / DramaticIrony: {{Irony}}: The Prowler, Miles Morales's uncle, learns that it is his fault that Miles was bitten by the super spider. The Prowler then manipulates Miles into working with him, justifying it with the idea that they have a "responsibility" towards each-other. Anyone who knows anything about the actual Spider-Man's origins can see how this is going... places where it shouldn't be going.



** TheLeader: Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman. She formed the team and set their objective of taking down Roxxon.
** TheLancer: Miles Morales.
** TheBigGuy: Dagger and Bombshell, but to varying degrees. Dagger has shown to be more pugnacious and willing to fight while Bombshell is more reluctant.
** TheChick: Cloak might normally count as the BigGuy, being more powerful and effective in a fight, if he wasn't so mellow and didn't act as the mediator in the group.



* TakingUpTheMantle

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* TakingUpTheMantleTakingUpTheMantle: Miles takes up the Spider-man moniker after Peter's temporary death.



* TooSoon[=/=]WhatTheHellHero: [[invoked]] Miles is hit with this ''in his first appearance'' as bystanders start calling him out for the bad taste in running around in a copy of Spider-Man's costume so soon after his death. Jessica Drew, Nick Fury, Tony Stark and Hawkeye giving him the exact same treatment. [[spoiler:However, after helping take down Electro, Drew and Fury give him his own custom suit, but Jessica warns him to take it seriously and honor Peter's memory before walking away.]]

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* TooSoon[=/=]WhatTheHellHero: TooSoon: [[invoked]] Miles is hit with this ''in his first appearance'' as bystanders start calling him out for the bad taste in running around in a copy of Spider-Man's costume so soon after his death. Jessica Drew, Nick Fury, Tony Stark and Hawkeye giving him the exact same treatment. [[spoiler:However, after helping take down Electro, Drew and Fury give him his own custom suit, but Jessica warns him to take it seriously and honor Peter's memory before walking away.]]
27th Jun '16 9:55:36 AM Eagal
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* [[ILetGwenStacyDie I Let Spider-Man Die]]: Part of the reason why Miles tries to be Spider-Man is that he feels that his inaction when he received his powers caused Peter's death. Since he and Peter had near identical powers Miles felt that if they had ever met, Miles would been an asset to him by default and a potentially useful ally for Peter's final fight.

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* [[ILetGwenStacyDie I Let Spider-Man Die]]: ILetGwenStacyDie: Part of the reason why Miles tries to be Spider-Man is that he feels that his inaction when he received his powers caused Peter's death. Since he and Peter had near identical powers Miles felt that if they had ever met, Miles would been an asset to him by default and a potentially useful ally for Peter's final fight.
27th Jun '16 9:54:34 AM Eagal
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* UsefulNotes/AmericanEducationalSystem: It is poignant in this volume because Miles had to enter a lottery to go to a charter school. This is a very real practice in New York for talented inner city urban kids i.e. black, hispanic, or poor kids, each hoping they win the lottery or they most likely won't get anywhere in life despite how talented they may be. It is that sad.
5th Jun '16 3:08:27 PM Quackeytrope
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Not quite as dark as the rest of ComicBook/UltimateMarvel, but still a little darker than [[ComicBook/SpiderMan mainstream Spider-Man comics]].
5th Jun '16 2:10:09 PM pepsimax
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'''Please Note: Due to the comic changing main characters at the end of Volume 2, tropes for the first two volumes of the title are separate from tropes for the third volume. As such, all tropes relating to '''ComicBook/MilesMorales''' will be collected under the tropes for Volumes 3 & 4, and spoilers relating to the end of Volume 2 will be unmarked in that section.'''

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'''Please Note: Due to the comic changing main characters at the end of Volume 2, tropes for the first two volumes of the title are separate from tropes for the third volume. As such, all tropes relating to '''ComicBook/MilesMorales''' ComicBook/MilesMorales will be collected under the tropes for Volumes 3 & 4, and spoilers relating to the end of Volume 2 will be unmarked in that section.'''
5th Jun '16 2:09:51 PM pepsimax
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'''Please Note: Due to the comic changing main characters at the end of Volume 2, tropes for the first two volumes of the title are separate from tropes for the third volume. As such, all tropes relating to [[LegacyCharacter Miles Morales]] will be collected under the tropes for Volumes 3 & 4, and spoilers relating to the end of Volume 2 will be unmarked in that section.'''

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'''Please Note: Due to the comic changing main characters at the end of Volume 2, tropes for the first two volumes of the title are separate from tropes for the third volume. As such, all tropes relating to [[LegacyCharacter Miles Morales]] '''ComicBook/MilesMorales''' will be collected under the tropes for Volumes 3 & 4, and spoilers relating to the end of Volume 2 will be unmarked in that section.'''
19th May '16 7:46:31 PM erforce
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* GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke: Nick Fury pretty much outright says this during the Death of a Goblin arc. This gets to the point that we discover that there's an entire section of S.H.I.E.L.D prison dedicated to containing "illegal genetic tampering", something which Spidey himself is considered (although, because he's a good guy, Fury plans to instead initiate him into the Ultimates when he comes of age, as opposed to arresting him). The end of the "Venom" storyline had Dr. Conners drunkenly muse to Peter as to whether or not it's coincidence that so many people have screwed with their genetics and wound up evil from it. Several characters also muse that maybe the sudden influx of super-powered insanity is a sign that something big is coming, like a harbinger of the apocalypse. It's first mentioned by Kong, who uses ''Ghostbusters'' as part of the analogy. Peter later quotes this.

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* GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke: Nick Fury pretty much outright says this during the Death of a Goblin arc. This gets to the point that we discover that there's an entire section of S.H.I.E.L.D prison dedicated to containing "illegal genetic tampering", something which Spidey himself is considered (although, because he's a good guy, Fury plans to instead initiate him into the Ultimates when he comes of age, as opposed to arresting him). The end of the "Venom" storyline had Dr. Conners drunkenly muse to Peter as to whether or not it's coincidence that so many people have screwed with their genetics and wound up evil from it. Several characters also muse that maybe the sudden influx of super-powered insanity is a sign that something big is coming, like a harbinger of the apocalypse. It's first mentioned by Kong, who uses ''Ghostbusters'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' as part of the analogy. Peter later quotes this.



** In issue 39, when Peter first meets Dr. Connors, the good doctor erroneously refers to Peter as "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Ray Parker]]'s son."

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** In issue 39, when Peter first meets Dr. Connors, the good doctor erroneously refers to Peter as "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} Ray Parker]]'s son."



** In Issue 154, when told that thinking of anything could destroy the surrounding area, Spidey asks what happens if he thinks of the [[Film/GhostBusters Stay Puft Marshmallow Man]].

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** In Issue 154, when told that thinking of anything could destroy the surrounding area, Spidey asks what happens if he thinks of the [[Film/GhostBusters [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} Stay Puft Marshmallow Man]].
17th May '16 2:57:43 PM rafi
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* FanService: Mary Jane wants Peter to come with her to the beach for a double date with Liz and Johnny, but Peter isn't really interested. All Mary Jane has to do is say the word "bikini" and Peter instantly changes his mind.

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* FanService: FanService:
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Mary Jane wants Peter to come with her to the beach for a double date with Liz and Johnny, but Peter isn't really interested. All Mary Jane has to do is say the word "bikini" and Peter instantly changes his mind.



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