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7th May '18 5:54:49 AM GrigorII
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* TheMeddlingKidsAreUseless: The Rhino is having a rampage in the city. Peter tries to leave the school to go there and stop him, but several things conspire to keep him there: May shows up, Gwen is crying in the dumpster, Flash attacks him, etc. By the time he finally gets to the crime scene, Rhino has been defeated by Iron Man.
7th May '18 12:06:11 AM CaptainTedium
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* MistakenForRacist: After Giant Woman sees Miles unmasked and reports to Hydra rather vaguely that he wasn't what they would expect, Miles reflexively calls her out on racism. He then backtracks and wonders if maybe she was talking about the fact that he was 13 years old instead.
* TheUnmasking: [[spoiler: Miles unmasks himself to his father during ''Cataclysm: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #2''.]]



* UnfortunateImplications:[[invoked]] After Giant Woman sees Miles unmasked and reports to Hydra rather vaguely that he wasn't what they would expect, Miles reflexively calls her out on racism. He then backtracks and wonders if maybe she was talking about the fact that he was 13 years old instead.
* TheUnmasking: [[spoiler: Miles unmasks himself to his father during ''Cataclysm: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #2''.]]
24th Apr '18 4:30:39 AM CaptainTedium
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* TakeThat: In issue #200, Bobby Drake's version of Peter Parker's future involves him [[WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan joining a team of teenage superheroes (including Nova and White Tiger), and using a bunch of hi-tech vehicles provided by S.H.I.E.L.D.]] Mary Jane rolls her eyes and asks if he's done talking.

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* TakeThat: In issue #200, Bobby Drake's version of Peter Parker's future involves him [[WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan [[WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}} joining a team of teenage superheroes (including Nova and White Tiger), and using a bunch of hi-tech vehicles provided by S.H.I.E.L.D.]] Mary Jane rolls her eyes and asks if he's done talking.
24th Apr '18 3:24:54 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* BishonenLine: The Carnage creature starts out as a vaguely humanoid fleshy lump the size of a baby and evolves as it attacks people and drains them of blood, roughly resembling the main universe version of Carnage right before it [[spoiler:kills Gwen]]. After that it gains the ability to briefly morph its head into something almost human that resembles Peter (since it was created from, among other things, his blood), but still looks completely monstrous. After draining two cops during its fight with Peter, it reaches what seems to be a mostly perfected form- aside from the clawed hands and feet and CombatTentacles, it otherwise resembles an almost-completely human and naked version of [[spoiler:Peter's father]].
24th Apr '18 3:12:22 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Some quotes in the series have examples of this trope.

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Some quotes in Typically common, one notable dramatic example (each word getting its own speech balloon) being when Peter and Dr. Curt Conners find themselves face-to-face with the series have examples of this trope.Carnage organism:
-->'''Peter:''' Conners?\\
What--\\
Have--\\
You--\\
Done?
23rd Apr '18 11:30:49 PM CaptainTedium
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* MythologyGag
** In issue 3 when Peter gets his super hero name from the wrestling announcer after winning the title he calls him "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Spectacular Spider-Man".
** Jameson calls The New York Globe "the Distinguished Competition". That's a name that Marvel used to use for Creator/DCComics.
** The Green Goblin is the first villain who knows Spider-Man's secret identity, like in the mainstream universe.
** The first fight between Spider-Man and the Green Goblin (when Ultimate Marvel was still in its early stages, and it was not clear how long would it last) involves a fight on top of the Brookling Bridge, as in the classic ''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied''. There is no girlfriend involved, but the Green Goblin himself falls from the bridge and it was unclear, by the story end, if he lived or died. Some time later, there is a more accurate adaptation, involving Mary Jane instead of Gwen Stacy.
2nd Apr '18 6:08:01 PM GrigorII
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* NotHisSled: There is an adaptation of [[spoiler:''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied'']], involving other characters, but with a similar dramatic event. [[spoiler:This time, Peter girlfriend's lives]]
2nd Apr '18 6:03:43 PM GrigorII
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** The first fight between Spider-Man and the Green Goblin (when Ultimate Marvel was still in its early stages, and it was not clear how long would it last) involves a fight on top of the Brookling Bridge, as in the classic ''ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied''. There is no girlfriend involved, but the Green Goblin himself falls from the bridge and it was unclear, by the story end, if he lived or died. Some time later, there is a more accurate adaptation, involving Mary Jane instead of Gwen Stacy.
2nd Apr '18 4:08:18 PM GrigorII
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** The Green Goblin is the first villain who knows Spider-Man's secret identity, like in the mainstream universe.
21st Mar '18 10:16:00 AM GrigorII
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* {{Misblamed}}: Inverted. The schools blows up, but before the students can see the Green Goblin, they see Spider-Man jumping to the disaster area. Does it turn him into a HeroWithBadPublicity? Not exactly. Kong said "Dude! Seriously... if he blew up our school, he is '''totally''' my hero!"
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