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29th Oct '16 6:43:47 PM SuperMagneto
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* In "Strange Little Halloween", people were turning into real life versions of their costumes. There was a little girl who was a real zombie. Chances are, she wasn't the only person in the city dressed up as a flesh-eating zombie. On top of that, there were also werewolves, vampires, and other monsters running lose, which means some of the citizens were possibly killed or devoured off-screen.

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* In "Strange Little Halloween", people were turning into real life versions of their costumes. There was a little girl who was a real zombie. Chances are, she wasn't the only person in the city dressed up as a flesh-eating zombie. On top of that, there were also werewolves, vampires, and other monsters running lose, which means some of the citizens were possibly killed or and/or devoured off-screen.
29th Oct '16 6:41:48 PM SuperMagneto
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* In "Strange Little Halloween", people were turning into real life versions of their costumes. There was a little girl who was a real zombie. Chances are, she wasn't the only kid in the city dressed up as a zombie. I don't think you want to know what they had been doing off-screen.

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* In "Strange Little Halloween", people were turning into real life versions of their costumes. There was a little girl who was a real zombie. Chances are, she wasn't the only kid person in the city dressed up as a flesh-eating zombie. I don't think you want to know what they had been doing off-screen.
On top of that, there were also werewolves, vampires, and other monsters running lose, which means some of the citizens were possibly killed or devoured off-screen.
29th Oct '16 6:27:46 PM SuperMagneto
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* In "Strange Little Halloween", people were turning into real life versions of their costumes. There was a little girl who was a real zombie. Chances are, she wasn't the only kid in the city dressed up as a zombie. I don't think you want to know what they had been doing off-screen.
5th Sep '16 10:50:32 PM Tensa
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* Nova being upset about Spidey being given the leadership role in the team makes more sense when you find out that he used to [[spoiler:run with the Guardians]], which means that not only does he also have previous heroing experience, he's probably the only one who has previous experience ''working in a team.'' Small wonder he thought he'd be best for the role.
3rd Sep '16 11:08:30 AM H2SO4
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* In "Agent Web", why is Spidey more paranoid than usual about trusting Madame Web and suspecting her a Hydra agent? You have to remember the last time Spidey trusted another Spider-person, he turned out to be a mole for Doc Ock (in this case [[spoiler:Scarlet Spider]]) and stabbed him in the back. Clearly, that betrayal still stings him.
29th Apr '16 9:06:31 PM TheLemsterPju
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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]

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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. His body probably wouldn't handle another fix of the serum. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]
29th Apr '16 9:05:07 PM TheLemsterPju
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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]
6th Apr '16 5:18:12 AM chloelee12
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* You'd think that Fury would care about Spidey's bad PR given that it could give S.H.I.E.L.D. bad PR by association as Spidey is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent himself. Instead he essentially calls Spidey a big baby and tells him to get over it.
** There's also the fact that it was obviously having a bad affect on Peter's mental health, which could affect how well he does in the field. You'd think Fury would want one of his most powerful agents to be in tip top shape.
* Spidey signing a paper that allows Fury to monitor his home is this for several reasons. For one Spidey was clearly surrounded by things that was diverting his attention, so you'd think a hyper vigilant super spy like Fury would have noticed and at least ''closed the door'' to be sure Spidey was paying attention. Secondly there's the fact that Spider-Man doesn't own his home, his Aunt May does, so he has no legal right to be able to sign the papers ''in the first place.'' Lastly there's the fact that Spidey was a minor at the time, so even if he ''did'' own their home he still wouldn't be able to sign a paper that allowed 24/7 survalience without a legal guardian also signing it. In real life you can't even so much as take a picture of a minor for a school photo/promotion without getting written consent from their legal guardians on a permission slip of some sort.
6th Apr '16 5:02:17 AM chloelee12
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* Petra's cool and all, but why couldn't they use [[ComicBook/SpiderGirl May "Mayday" Parker]] as the female Spiderman?
5th Apr '16 11:20:32 PM celeste3xa
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** Well, we're aware that Iron Man, the man whose heart runs on electricity, is alright so [[NoEndorHolocaust maybe those on life support and with a pacemaker are fine?]]
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