History Comicbook / UntoldTalesOfSpiderMan

7th Jul '17 3:28:23 PM Manny20444
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* FestivalEpisode: Issue #19 features teenage Peter Parker taking pictures of a festival for J. Jonah Jameson.

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* FestivalEpisode: Issue #19 features the teenage Peter Parker taking pictures of a festival for J. Jonah Jameson.



* MsFanservice: Commanda, a villain introduced in the ''Untold Tales of Spider-Man'', is a very gorgeous international thief with beautiful long blonde hair who wears a suit of armor that Spider-Man describes as appearing to be very "flexible" (and it is shown to be very form-fitting through the fact that it accentuates her voluptuous yet well-toned figure that she has for her attractive body due to the art style) and alters the appearance of her clothes (which she uses in order to alter her clothing into a strapless top that show off her huge breasts, as well as her ripped broad shoulders, and into a low-cut dress that shows off her skin, ripped brood shoulders, and toned long yet shapely legs when she tries to seduce Spider-Man.)

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* MsFanservice: Commanda, a villain introduced in the ''Untold Tales of Spider-Man'', is a very gorgeous international thief with beautiful long blonde hair who wears a suit of armor that Spider-Man describes as appearing to be very "flexible" (and it is shown to be very form-fitting through the fact that it accentuates her voluptuous yet well-toned toned figure that she has for her attractive body due to the art style) and alters the appearance of her clothes (which she uses in order to alter her clothing into a strapless top that show off her huge large breasts, as well as her ripped broad shoulders, and into a low-cut dress that shows off her skin, ripped brood shoulders, and long toned long yet shapely legs when she tries to seduce Spider-Man.)
19th May '17 8:07:38 AM MrReviser121
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* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: In their confrontation in #20, Spiderman talks down the Vulture by complete accident, when pointing out that it's not the Vultures style to do someone elses dirty work (he'd been freed from prison to kill TheKingpin", and asks if this is what he wanted in his old age; to be a weapon for someone else. Vulture, who was already ambivalent about the whole thing, stopped fighting and turned himself in.

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* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: In their confrontation in #20, Spiderman talks down the Vulture by complete accident, when pointing out that it's not the Vultures style to do someone elses dirty work (he'd been freed from prison to kill TheKingpin", TheKingpin), and asks if this is what he wanted in his old age; to be a weapon for someone else. Vulture, who was already ambivalent about the whole thing, stopped fighting and turned himself in.
12th Mar '17 12:32:28 PM Manny20444
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** The costume that Sally Avril wears during the time that she was [=BlueBird=] is form-fitting enough to present her legs and ass through the suit.

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** The costume that Sally Avril wears during the time that she was [=BlueBird=] [=Blue Bird=] is form-fitting enough to present her legs and ass through the suit.
12th Mar '17 12:31:26 PM Manny20444
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** Due to the fact that Mary Jane Watson is featured in this comic book series, it should not be difficult to explain the reason why that the very gorgeous red-headed woman named MJ qualifies for this trope.

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** Due to the fact that Mary Jane Watson is featured in this comic book series, it should not be difficult to explain the reason why that the very gorgeous red-headed red haired woman named MJ Mary Jane qualifies for this trope.
11th Mar '17 8:53:49 PM Manny20444
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* TheManBehindTheMan: The person backing the Headsman is eventually revealed to be [[spoiler:The Green Goblin.]]

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* TheManBehindTheMan: The person who hired the Scorcher to steal weapons and electronic plans is revealed to be none other than [[spoiler: Norman Osborn.]]
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The person backing the Headsman is eventually revealed to be [[spoiler:The Green Goblin.]]



** There's also an issue where he encounters the original five ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.

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** There's also an issue where he Spider-Man encounters the original five ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.
* MsFanservice: Commanda, a villain introduced in the ''Untold Tales of Spider-Man'', is a very gorgeous international thief with beautiful long blonde hair who wears a suit of armor that Spider-Man describes as appearing to be very "flexible" (and it is shown to be very form-fitting through the fact that it accentuates her voluptuous yet well-toned figure that she has for her attractive body due to the art style) and alters the appearance of her clothes (which she uses in order to alter her clothing into a strapless top that show off her huge breasts, as well as her ripped broad shoulders, and into a low-cut dress that shows off her skin, ripped brood shoulders, and toned long yet shapely legs when she tries to seduce Spider-Man.)
** The costume that Sally Avril wears during the time that she was [=BlueBird=] is form-fitting enough to present her legs and ass through the suit.
** Due to the fact that Mary Jane Watson is featured in this comic book series, it should not be difficult to explain the reason why that the very gorgeous red-headed woman named MJ qualifies for this trope.
9th Mar '17 1:37:34 AM SilentStranger
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* ConfrontingYourImposter: Averted, Spiderman never bothers going after the fake Spiderman running around Forest Hills committing minor vandalism to smear him, he's too busy dealing with Batwing. Flash Thompson ends up stopping him instead, revealing him to be a mentally ill Jason.


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* FalseFlagOperation: Menace, the villain Spiderman and X-Men team up to fight, is seemingly a powerful teleporter with a TouchOfDeath, and leads a horde of blue-skinned minions, proclaiming mutant superiority as loud as he can. In reality, Menace is actually a group of anti-mutant criminals trying to incite public opinion against mutants while filling their own pockets. The deadly touch is just a cybersuit, and they cant teleport at all, they just show up in different places at the same time to make it look like they can.


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* MultilayerFacade: When The Crime-Master demands that the Green Goblin reveal his secret identity as a prerequisite for their team-up, due to the Goblin having deduced his own, the Goblin agrees and removes his mask to reveal...''J Jonah Jameson!'' Turns out Norman Osborn had guessed Crime-Master would make this demand and was wearing a detailed Jameson mask. Completely unecessary at that, as fans who read the original Crime-Master storyarc knows that he died in a shootout with police before he could reveal the Goblins identity, fake or not.


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** He also saves The Kingpin from The Vulture in #20, though he has no idea he's doing it, he never actually saw who Vulture was going after, and even if he had, this was before the two had met.


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* SuicideByCop: Batwing attempts this when Curt Connors attempt to cure him seemingly fails.
* TalkingDownTheSuicide: Of all people, ''The Vulture'' does this when he stumbles across Jason on a rooftop, preparing to kill himself over the death of Sally Avril. Unfortunatly, Vulture does this by convincing Jason to embrace ThePowerOfHate instead, and blame Spiderman for Sally's death rather than dealing with it in a healthy way.
* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: In their confrontation in #20, Spiderman talks down the Vulture by complete accident, when pointing out that it's not the Vultures style to do someone elses dirty work (he'd been freed from prison to kill TheKingpin", and asks if this is what he wanted in his old age; to be a weapon for someone else. Vulture, who was already ambivalent about the whole thing, stopped fighting and turned himself in.


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* ThePowerOfHate: Jason embraces this as a way of dealing with the guilt of Sally's death and targets Spiderman. Unusual for this trope, he isnt effective at it, being limited to try and framing Spiderman for petty vandalism and theft, and is eventually caught by Flash Thompson, and revealed to be legitimatly unbalanced due to the guilt and in need of professional help. Spiderman himself never even bothered to go after him.
5th Mar '17 5:39:53 PM nombretomado
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The title was part of an experiment by MarvelComics to publish a number of new titles for only 99 cents, in hopes that the low price point would attract new readers who might have been put off by the higher prices for comics at the time. It ultimately ran for 26 issues (#1-25, with an issue #-1) from September 1995 to October 1997.

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The title was part of an experiment by MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics to publish a number of new titles for only 99 cents, in hopes that the low price point would attract new readers who might have been put off by the higher prices for comics at the time. It ultimately ran for 26 issues (#1-25, with an issue #-1) from September 1995 to October 1997.
1st Sep '16 1:27:24 PM Taskmaster123
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* TooDumbToLive: Sally Avril. While she does (grudgingly) get the message that she's in way over her head trying to be a superhero when Spider-Man lets a mook kick the shit out of her before stopping him, she decides there's another way to get the action and excitement she craves, namely by running around town trying to take pictures of superhero battles and be a part of the action that way. So she bullies a friend into driving her at breakneck speed towards one such battle, hanging out the window and not wearing a seatbelt, while goading her friend so incessantly that he ignores all the rules of the road. Naturally there's a massive accident and she's killed. Spidey ''somehow'' finds a way to blame himself, and is mourning at her grave when the Human Torch shows up. Upon hearing the story, Johnny shows a surprising amount of insight and knowledge of human nature by cutting through Spidey's guilt bullshit and putting all of the blame on Sally, pointing out that her behavior proved she was an adrenaline junkie who was going to get herself killed sooner or later no matter what Spider-Man did or didn't do. Spidey realized that Johnny was right, and both of them departed the cemetary.
19th Jun '16 8:33:33 PM nombretomado
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* AscendedExtra: The Headsman first appeared in several issues of ''Untold Tales'', before being promoted to a main character on ''{{Thunderbolts}}''.

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* AscendedExtra: The Headsman first appeared in several issues of ''Untold Tales'', before being promoted to a main character on ''{{Thunderbolts}}''.''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}''.
16th Jan '16 6:43:15 PM nombretomado
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''Untold Tales of Spider-Man'' was a SpinOff of the ''Comicbook/SpiderMan'' series of {{Comic Book}}s. Written by Creator/KurtBusiek and pencilled by Pat Olliffe, it featured [[{{Revision}} new stories set in the early days]] of Spidey's crimefighting career, interweaving its plotlines with those originally created by StanLee and SteveDitko.

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''Untold Tales of Spider-Man'' was a SpinOff of the ''Comicbook/SpiderMan'' series of {{Comic Book}}s. Written by Creator/KurtBusiek and pencilled by Pat Olliffe, it featured [[{{Revision}} new stories set in the early days]] of Spidey's crimefighting career, interweaving its plotlines with those originally created by StanLee Creator/StanLee and SteveDitko.
Creator/SteveDitko.
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