History Heartwarming / SpiderMan

13th Feb '16 2:41:24 PM ModernBoredReader
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* From the ''Spider-Man: Fever'' miniseries, there's a sweet moment at the end where Spidey notices that he and Comicbook/DoctorStrange make similar hand gestures. Heartwarming in a corny way.
14th Nov '15 5:24:05 PM bweb
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* It's worth noting that while it usually doesn't work, Spidey is often quick to try the TalkingTheMonsterToDeath approach, or even telling a villain, or reformed villain, YourBetterThanYouThinkYouAre. Many of his former foes have tried going straight, as well, sometimes inspired by him.

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* It's worth noting that while it usually doesn't work, Spidey is often quick to try the TalkingTheMonsterToDeath approach, or even telling a villain, or reformed villain, YourBetterThanYouThinkYouAre.YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre. Many of his former foes have tried going straight, as well, sometimes inspired by him.
14th Nov '15 5:23:22 PM bweb
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* It's worth noting that while it usually doesn't work, Spidey is often quick to try the TalkingTheMonsterToDeath approach, or even telling a villain, or reformed villain, YoureBetterThanYouThinkYouAre. Many of his former foes have tried going straight, as well, sometimes inspired by him.

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* It's worth noting that while it usually doesn't work, Spidey is often quick to try the TalkingTheMonsterToDeath approach, or even telling a villain, or reformed villain, YoureBetterThanYouThinkYouAre.YourBetterThanYouThinkYouAre. Many of his former foes have tried going straight, as well, sometimes inspired by him.
14th Nov '15 5:22:58 PM bweb
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* It's worth noting that while it usually doesn't work, Spidey is often quick to try the TalkingTheMonsterToDeath approach, or even telling a villain, or reformed villain, YoureBetterThanYouThinkYouAre. Many of his former foes have tried going straight, as well, sometimes inspired by him.
14th Nov '15 3:15:15 PM bweb
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** It's also worth nothing that Peter hired Alicia Masters to sculpt the statue. Who else would have done it justice?
* Peter has Harry Osborn [[MeaningfulRename (now Lyman)]] working as his VP at the Baxter Building, as well as Clayton Cole (former low level henchman Clash). He believes in giving second chances, he says. When Clayton dons his Clash gear to stop the Human Torch from trashing Peter's office, Peter gives him a mild reprimand, but says he [[BenevolentBoss isn't going to fire him]], although he says they will have a talk about it later.
--> '''Harry''': ''That, Johnny, is why Peter is my best friend. He never gives up on me. I'm not an Osborn to him. I'm just "Harry." ''
14th Nov '15 9:06:56 AM bweb
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** Even more important is that we, the readers, didn't yet know when this issue saw print why Sue, Reed, Valeria, and Franklin are missing. But In-Universe? Peter was involved in the Secret Wars and remembers, per WordOfGod that those involved will. So, whatever happened to them, Peter is reassuring not only Johnny, but the readers, that the others will be back, somehow, someday.
4th Nov '15 7:58:32 PM Cronosonic
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* In #3 of the same run, Pete has bought [[ComicBook/TheFantasticFour the Baxter Building.]] Johnny Storm is not happy about this, and confronts Peter about it. When Pete finally gets Johnny to stop fighting, he shows him the building's lobby, which has a huge statue of the Fantastic Four and family - a way for people to know that the Baxter Building will ''always'' be home to the Fantastic Four. Turns out Peter bought the place because a bunch of other companies were trying to buy it, and he ''outbid all of them'' in order to hold onto it until the Fantastic Four are back. Johnny's response?
--> '''Johnny Storm:''' Until it does, I'm glad it's staying with '''family.'''
11th Oct '15 3:06:04 PM Blazer
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* Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #1: We find out that Max Modell, Peter's old boss at Horizon, willingly invited him back into his little family by inviting him to his wedding with Hector Baez. Even more, Peter is able to give him a wonderful wedding gift - turning the Parker Institute of Technology he invited Max to run into Horizon University, giving him back a piece of what he lost due to Otto's arrogance.
6th Oct '15 2:01:17 PM StFan
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* It should be noted that Stan Lee has never put the characters through ''One More Day'', and they remain HappilyMarried in the newspaper strip continuity, as well as in the [[MarvelComics2 MC2]] continuity.

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* It should be noted that Stan Lee has never put the characters through ''One More Day'', and they remain HappilyMarried in the newspaper strip continuity, as well as in the [[MarvelComics2 MC2]] ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'' continuity.
26th Sep '15 8:45:11 PM nombretomado
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* Issue #591 had the Fantastic Four regain their memories of Spider-Man's identity from before the OneMoreDay ResetButton caused everyone to forget who Spider-Man is under the mask. [[http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v205/CyberGhostface/Spider-Man591021.jpg You can see it here]], complete with a nice bit of foreshadowing towards [[spoiler:Spidey joining the FF after Johnny's death]].

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* Issue #591 had the Fantastic Four regain their memories of Spider-Man's identity from before the OneMoreDay ComicBook/OneMoreDay ResetButton caused everyone to forget who Spider-Man is under the mask. [[http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v205/CyberGhostface/Spider-Man591021.jpg You can see it here]], complete with a nice bit of foreshadowing towards [[spoiler:Spidey joining the FF after Johnny's death]].
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