History Fanfic / UltimateSpiderWoman

12th May '18 3:23:38 PM infernape612
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* TheOphelia: Philippe Bazin compares all the major players in a MobWar to characters from Theatre/Hamlet. He considers Spider-Woman to be in the role of Ophelia, thinking that there's something off about her putting on a costume and risking her life for no apparent reward.

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* TheOphelia: Philippe Bazin compares all the major players in a MobWar to characters from Theatre/Hamlet.''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. He considers Spider-Woman to be in the role of Ophelia, thinking that there's something off about her putting on a costume and risking her life for no apparent reward.
4th Feb '18 9:03:29 AM nombretomado
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* NewYorkCityCops: The NYPD is simultaneously blessed with good cops like Captain George Stacy, Captain Jean [=DeWolfe=] and Detective Kris Keating, and plagued with dirty cops like Detective Jason Phillip Macendale.
24th Jan '18 2:55:51 AM Cryoclaste
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* WackyFratboyHijinx: Subverted by Mark Raxton and his fraternity brothers, who despise the stereotype of drunken fraternity hooligans created by the ''Film/AmericanPie'' and ''NationalLampoon'' movies. While Mark jokingly refers to this trope when he first meets Mary Jane at Fire Island, his fraternity brothers have more important things to do, like performing charity work or indulging their musical interests.

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* WackyFratboyHijinx: Subverted by Mark Raxton and his fraternity brothers, who despise the stereotype of drunken fraternity hooligans created by the ''Film/AmericanPie'' and ''NationalLampoon'' ''Franchise/NationalLampoon'' movies. While Mark jokingly refers to this trope when he first meets Mary Jane at Fire Island, his fraternity brothers have more important things to do, like performing charity work or indulging their musical interests.
12th Jan '18 12:29:22 AM Cryoclaste
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* LoonyFan: The morphing video game villain Netshape turns into this, being pissed off about such things as ''InfiniteCrisis'', the film version of ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'', the fact that ''VideoGame/DukeNukemForever'' still hadn't come out (the issue is set in 2008) and the announcement of a new dub for ''Manga/OnePiece''. He's so outraged by this that he goes on a killing spree at the New York Comic Con, with his main targets being the creators who angered him.

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* LoonyFan: The morphing video game villain Netshape turns into this, being pissed off about such things as ''InfiniteCrisis'', ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', the film version of ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'', the fact that ''VideoGame/DukeNukemForever'' still hadn't come out (the issue is set in 2008) and the announcement of a new dub for ''Manga/OnePiece''. He's so outraged by this that he goes on a killing spree at the New York Comic Con, with his main targets being the creators who angered him.
7th Jan '18 11:36:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* MythologyGag: Mary Jane occasionally sarcastically observes to herself that "the old Watson luck is running true to form." This is a reference to the original {{Spider-Man}} comics, when Peter Parker would say the same thing about "the old Parker luck."

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* MythologyGag: Mary Jane occasionally sarcastically observes to herself that "the old Watson luck is running true to form." This is a reference to the original {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan comics, when Peter Parker would say the same thing about "the old Parker luck."



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Since Mary Jane didn't have any actual rogues gallery in the comics, the author had to create one for her. Her enemies are stolen from heroes ranging from IronMan to {{Spider-Man}} to the IncredibleHulk to the ComicBook/XMen.

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Since Mary Jane didn't have any actual rogues gallery in the comics, the author had to create one for her. Her enemies are stolen from heroes ranging from IronMan to {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan to the IncredibleHulk to the ComicBook/XMen.



* WorthyOpponent: The Constrictor is a cold-blooded assassin, but he'll commend the fighting skills of anyone who beats him. He even compliments Spider-Woman on having come a long way since the first time they fought, and ranks her with the likes of {{Spider-Man}} and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica for winning their rematch.

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* WorthyOpponent: The Constrictor is a cold-blooded assassin, but he'll commend the fighting skills of anyone who beats him. He even compliments Spider-Woman on having come a long way since the first time they fought, and ranks her with the likes of {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica for winning their rematch.
20th Dec '17 7:57:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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* PsychoElectro: Completely inverted with Thunderbird, a member of the X-Men. In this version, rather than [[DroppedABridgeOnHim getting a bridge dropped on him]] the way his 616 counterpart did in the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} comics, Thunderbird is alive and well and possesses the power to generate and control electricity. His brother is also part of the group, serving as TheBigGuy for the X-Men when they team up with Spider-Woman to help rescue her family from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

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* PsychoElectro: Completely inverted with Thunderbird, a member of the X-Men. In this version, rather than [[DroppedABridgeOnHim getting a bridge dropped on him]] the way his 616 counterpart did in the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen comics, Thunderbird is alive and well and possesses the power to generate and control electricity. His brother is also part of the group, serving as TheBigGuy for the X-Men when they team up with Spider-Woman to help rescue her family from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Since Mary Jane didn't have any actual rogues gallery in the comics, the author had to create one for her. Her enemies are stolen from heroes ranging from IronMan to {{Spider-Man}} to the IncredibleHulk to the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Since Mary Jane didn't have any actual rogues gallery in the comics, the author had to create one for her. Her enemies are stolen from heroes ranging from IronMan to {{Spider-Man}} to the IncredibleHulk to the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.ComicBook/XMen.



* TokenMinority: Averted by the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} when they guest star in the first Annual. No less than ''four'' minority characters are involved. Along with the black Storm, there are three First Nations characters-the Cheyenne [[GadgeteerGenius Forge]] and the Apache brothers [[TheBigGuy Warpath]] and [[ShockAndAwe Thunderbird]]. Unlike the 616 version, who was killed in one of his first missions and possessed SuperStrength as his power, this version of Thunderbird has electricity powers and is an all-around nice guy. James and John Proudstar are both alive and well, and make a highly effective team in combat.

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* TokenMinority: Averted by the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen when they guest star in the first Annual. No less than ''four'' minority characters are involved. Along with the black Storm, there are three First Nations characters-the Cheyenne [[GadgeteerGenius Forge]] and the Apache brothers [[TheBigGuy Warpath]] and [[ShockAndAwe Thunderbird]]. Unlike the 616 version, who was killed in one of his first missions and possessed SuperStrength as his power, this version of Thunderbird has electricity powers and is an all-around nice guy. James and John Proudstar are both alive and well, and make a highly effective team in combat.
20th Nov '17 1:35:44 AM Cryoclaste
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* PowersAsPrograms: The nanotechnology that's fused with the cells of Netshape's body are programmed with the abilities of various video game characters, including the SuperMarioBrothers, SonicTheHedgehog, VideoGame/DukeNukem, Franchise/DonkeyKong and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]]. By changing shape, he can give himself super speed, super strength, MoreDakka, the ability to throw fireballs, etc.

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* PowersAsPrograms: The nanotechnology that's fused with the cells of Netshape's body are programmed with the abilities of various video game characters, including the SuperMarioBrothers, SonicTheHedgehog, Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers, Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog, VideoGame/DukeNukem, Franchise/DonkeyKong and [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]]. By changing shape, he can give himself super speed, super strength, MoreDakka, the ability to throw fireballs, etc.
23rd Sep '17 8:19:27 PM JM1982
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* GoGetterGirl: Mary Jane has elements of this. Deconstructed in that it causes her a lot of stress, particularly with all the pressure she puts on herself.


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* {{Socialite}}: Although Mary Jane is not wealthy, she has elements of this with her skills at handling social situations and building positive relationships.


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* WomenAreWiser: Subverted with Mary Jane. She's a fierce warrior, a compassionate and supportive friend, a determined GoGetterGirl and has demonstrable {{Socialite}} skills, but her BreakTheCutie upbringing, constant ButtMonkey misfortunes, her TripleShifter tendencies to put too much pressure on herself and her ChronicHeroSyndrome have also made her rather high-maintenance, occasionally verging on a NervousWreck. She often needs boyfriends like Ben Reilly and Randy Robertson, and father figures like Ben Parker, to help her cope with her neuroses.
30th Aug '17 8:48:58 PM JM1982
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* ButtMonkey: Mary Jane is gorgeous, talented and passionate. She also can't catch a break.

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* ButtMonkey: Mary Jane is gorgeous, talented and passionate. She also can't catch a break. Also arguably {{Deconstructed}} by the fact that Mary Jane seems to have developed severe anxiety issues because of her constant misfortune.
8th Jul '17 6:37:51 PM JM1982
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* ASimpleStaff: Ms. Fortune wields a quarterstaff that shoots energy blasts.


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* SimpleStaff: Ms. Fortune wields a quarterstaff that shoots energy blasts.
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