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7th Nov '17 7:57:38 PM lightsidesoul
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** If it makes you feel better, there were probably quite a few kids AND adults dressed up as superheros that would have protected the civilians once they got their bearings.
11th Sep '17 6:21:10 PM MitchellTF
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* 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.

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* 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 surveillance 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.
** In fact, a MAJOR part of contract law, is that any minor who is in a contract, can back out at anytime, period, with one or two notable exceptions. (Essentially, they can't take the money and run).
6th Sep '17 7:09:17 AM lightsidesoul
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**{{with great power comes great responsibility}}
23rd Jun '17 11:49:05 PM firejewel
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7th Jan '17 7:25:37 PM H2SO4
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* The GrandFinale has Spider-Man leading his three teams in the same order in which they were featured throughout the series (SHIELD Team, New Warriors, Web-Warriors).
2nd Jan '17 7:40:26 PM firejewel
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* Part fridge horror and tearjerker, the fact that [[spoiler: Wolf-Spider was the Peter Parker of his universe. Since most people don't wake up one morning and decide to kill superheroes and become king of the multiverse for kicks, it begs the question. What exactly causes one to [[StartOfDarkness become an murderer and universal conqueror?]]]]
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.
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