History Franchise / Spiderman

27th Jul '16 6:11:42 AM MarcoPolo250
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26th Jul '16 8:15:36 PM Blazer
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26th Jul '16 6:13:44 PM Thranx
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* BrilliantButLazy: Peter is a genius that can reasonably be compared to the likes of [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] and [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]], but far more than simply being a case of ReedRichardsIsUseless, his only notable inventions are the webslinger and webs, waaay back at the start of his career. He spends most of his time fighting bad guys rather than doing sciencey stuff, which he usually only employs to fight whatever bad guy is making trouble on any particular day. Though the latest CrisisCrossover has left him with his own company, Stark Industries a la mode, so he may be inching towards subverting this trope. Edit, Parker industries is a international scientific powerhouse and Peter is essentially loaded, though he pays himself a modest salary. He's also completed his Doctorate, so its fair to say the brilliant but lazy stick is in the past.

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* BrilliantButLazy: Peter is a genius that can reasonably be compared to the likes of [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]], [[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark]], [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] and [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]], but far more than simply being a case of ReedRichardsIsUseless, his only notable inventions are the webslinger and webs, waaay back at the start of his career. He spends most of his time fighting bad guys rather than doing sciencey stuff, which he usually only employs to fight whatever bad guy is making trouble on any particular day. Though the latest CrisisCrossover has left him with his own company, Stark Industries a la mode, so he may be inching towards subverting this trope. Edit,
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Parker industries Industries is doing quite well as a international scientific powerhouse and company, it was created by the Superior Spider-Man, AKA Doc Ock in Peter's body. Since Peter is essentially loaded, though he pays himself a modest salary. He's also completed his Doctorate, so its fair to say has taken over the brilliant but lazy stick is in reins (of the past.body and the company), he's usually much more interested in getting away and Spider-Manning rather than being a scientist or businessman. Even when PI produces nifty gadgets or socially-conscious initiatives, it's more a case of Peter saying "Invent this thing, anonymous science lackeys
15th Jul '16 2:26:53 AM flamemario12
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* BrieferThanTheyThink: The alien costume period. Spidey started wearing the black costume in 1984 and wore it until 1988 and it is immortalized in notable stories like "The Death of Jean [=DeWolff=]" and "Kraven's Last Hunt," cementing it in fans' minds as a long term thing. But in all of those stories the costume was actually cloth. The actual alien costume was first worn in #252 and was removed in #258 before making a one-issue return in ''Web of Spider-Man #1''. In fact, by the time the issue of ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' showing how he got the costume was published he had already ditched the costume and was using the cloth copy.

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* BrieferThanTheyThink: BrieferThanTheyThink:
** For all the emphasis on Spider-Man as a KidHero in high school emphasized in the movies and animated shows, Peter graduated from high school and went to college, (the fictitious Empire State University) in Issue 28 of the Lee[=/=]Ditko Run. The classic period of Spider-Man as WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld lasted a very short time indeed and the vast majority of his stories since his first publication is as an early 20s young man. It feels longer because adaptations, have always emphasized the high-school element to the point that it has led to LostInImitation. Brian Michael Bendis took this to the logical extreme in the ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan comics where 200 plus issues are written and completed without Peter or his class graduating from high school.
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The alien costume period. Spidey started wearing the black costume in 1984 and wore it until 1988 and it is immortalized in notable stories like "The Death of Jean [=DeWolff=]" and "Kraven's Last Hunt," cementing it in fans' minds as a long term thing. But in all of those stories the costume was actually cloth. The actual alien costume was first worn in #252 and was removed in #258 before making a one-issue return in ''Web of Spider-Man #1''. In fact, by the time the issue of ''ComicBook/SecretWars'' showing how he got the costume was published he had already ditched the costume and was using the cloth copy.
30th Jun '16 4:17:06 AM jormis29
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* ''ComicBook/SpiderManDeadpool''
15th Jun '16 11:25:54 AM jahman
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* ''Spider-Man'' (Creator/InsomniacGames)

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13th Jun '16 8:32:09 PM KingClark
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5th Jun '16 8:22:25 PM dsneybuf
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