History Franchise / Spiderman

9th Jan '17 2:32:16 AM jormis29
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* ''Literature/MaryJaneANovel''
24th Dec '16 2:27:59 AM McSkywalker
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* HatesMySecretIdentity: It is a staple of any version of that franchise that Flash Thompson will bully Peter Parker while admiring Spiderman.

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* HatesMySecretIdentity: It is a staple of any version of that franchise that Flash Thompson will bully Peter Parker while admiring Spiderman.Spider-Man.
24th Dec '16 2:26:55 AM McSkywalker
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* CartesianKarma: This is Peter's problem after he gets his body back following the ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderman'' arc, in which Doctor Octopus controlled his body. Many of his prior relationships are strained, especially that with his former lover, Comicbook/BlackCat, who has made a FaceHeelTurn and doesn't care that it Octavius in Peter's body when she was attacked.

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* CartesianKarma: This is Peter's problem after he gets his body back following the ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderman'' ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpider-Man'' arc, in which Doctor Octopus controlled his body. Many of his prior relationships are strained, especially that with his former lover, Comicbook/BlackCat, who has made a FaceHeelTurn and doesn't care that it Octavius in Peter's body when she was attacked.
18th Dec '16 10:34:04 PM Arawn999
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18th Dec '16 1:02:59 PM Arawn999
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan2017''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan2017''''WesternAnimation/MarvelsSpiderMan''
18th Dec '16 1:01:40 PM Arawn999
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan2017''
16th Dec '16 5:30:43 PM WarriorsGate
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* RealityEnsues: The infamous death of Gwen Stacy. Spidey caught her by the leg with his web to keep her from falling, only for the inertia from the sudden stop to snap her neck and kill her.

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The infamous death of Gwen Stacy. Spidey caught her by the leg with his web to keep her from falling, only for the inertia from the sudden stop to snap her neck and kill her.


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** In ''Amazing Spider-Man'' issue #4, Spider-Man spies some no-good crooks casing a jewelry store and swoops out of the sky to punch their lights out....only for them to run to the nearest police officer and complain. Peter mentally facepalms for picking a fight with them before they've actually broken any laws.
7th Dec '16 10:41:54 AM Doug86
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* SuperStrength: Heavily DependingOnTheWriter. Spider-man has occasionally struggled with much lighter weights, and on other occasions has achieved far greater feats. Spider-man can go from struggling to match Daredevil or Captain America ( whose are alot weaker, Daredevil in particular isn't even in the Superhuman range, though they are more skilled fighters and Peter holds back). or struggling to stop a limo with the help of Luke Cage to supporting a portion of the Daily Bugle. TheMightyThor has confessed that Spider-man boasts vast strength, for a mortal.

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* SuperStrength: Heavily DependingOnTheWriter. Spider-man Spider-Man has occasionally struggled with much lighter weights, and on other occasions has achieved far greater feats. Spider-man Spider-Man can go from struggling to match Daredevil or Captain America ( whose (who are alot a lot weaker, Daredevil in particular isn't even in the Superhuman range, though they are more skilled fighters and Peter holds back). back) or struggling to stop a limo with the help of Luke Cage to supporting a portion of the Daily Bugle. TheMightyThor ComicBook/TheMightyThor has confessed that Spider-man Spider-Man boasts vast strength, for a mortal.
1st Dec '16 4:18:36 PM SteveMB
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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Spidey will usually toss off a steady stream of jokes and one-liners during a fight... unless he's ''seriously'' ticked off, in which case whoever he's fighting is about to have a really bad day.
23rd Nov '16 12:07:04 PM rafi
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* FollowTheLeader / OlderThanTheyThink / SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: The plots of the first three Spider-Man films follow closely those of the first three Film/{{Superman}} films. ''Superman'' and ''Spider-Man'' were origin stories combined with introducing an archenemy. ''Film/SupermanII'' and ''Spider-Man 2'' had the heroes try to give up their identities and/or powers. ''Film/SupermanIII'' and ''Spider-Man 3'' introduced evil versions of the characters.



* FromASingleCell: Several.

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* HeelFaceTurn: The Sandman eventually decided to try and go straight. It worked for a while, until John Byrne decided to have him declare he was faking reformation (which pissed off fans so much, that [[AuthorsSavingThrow Marvel had to rush out a back-up story declaring that Wizard had brainwashed Sandman back to being evil/claiming he faked redemption]].

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The Sandman eventually decided to try and go straight. It worked for a while, until John Byrne decided to have him declare he was faking reformation (which pissed off fans so much, that [[AuthorsSavingThrow Marvel had to rush out a back-up story declaring that Wizard had brainwashed Sandman back to being evil/claiming he faked redemption]].



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%%* MasterOfDisguise: Chameleon, impersonating Spidey in ''the first issue''.
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%%* MasterOfIllusion: Mysterio. He is even often referred to by this title.

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%%* * MasterOfDisguise: Chameleon, impersonating Spidey in ''the first issue''.
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equipped with voice changer software.
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MasterOfIllusion: Mysterio. He is even often referred to by this title. His specialty and he even uses it as a title. Though his illusions are all based from his previous employment in the special effects industry.
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