History Heartwarming / Spiderman

11th Sep '17 3:43:03 PM Doug86
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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?

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* In #3 of the same run, Pete has bought [[ComicBook/TheFantasticFour [[ComicBook/FantasticFour 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?
5th Sep '17 12:21:48 PM AndyLA
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* Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #38: For such a quiet issue, it's a rollercoaster of emotions. To wit: Aunt May has finally figured out that Peter Parker is Spider-Man and dropped by his apartment to have a serious talk with him about it. She is still noticeably rattled with the revelation, but she keeps herself strong as she manages to make Peter come clean about his double life. There's a TearJerker moment when Peter tells her that it's because of him that Uncle Ben died, and then May takes the blame for herself because Ben had only gone out to have his fateful meeting with the burglar because they had an argument and he wanted to go for a walk to let things cool off. There's a CrowningMomentOfFunny when May says that she figured Peter was hiding something, but the way he hid it made her think he was gay. And the end result falls under here because Peter is finally able to purge his ghosts with someone he can trust, and while not liking the idea of her surrogate son going out to put his life on the line every night, May still tries to take it as well as she can, for the love she has for her nephew.
-->'''Peter:''' ''(narrating)'' For all the years I wore ''[the Spider-Man costume]'', I always felt as if I was hiding more than my name. I was hiding who I was. Hiding from the world. From myself. And from her. For the first time, as I put it on, I feel not confined, but free. She has given me that freedom. And I know it cost her. However much she put on a brave face... I know this must have cost her terribly. And I'll make that up to her, somehow. Because May is right. Out great power, and our great responsibility, is to one another. And I won't lie to her again. I won't let her down. Ever.
16th Jul '17 10:43:29 PM TheWildWestPyro
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-->'''Jonah:''' NO!

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-->'''Jonah:''' (falling to his knees) NO!
16th Jul '17 10:43:13 PM TheWildWestPyro
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-->'''Gargan:''' Thanks, Jameson. I need that. I've been waiting' years for this minute. But yer dumber than ya look if you think I'd let anyone walk outta here alive.

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-->'''Gargan:''' Thanks, Jameson. I need that. I've been waiting' years for this minute. But yer dumber than ya look if you think I'd let anyone walk outta here alive. Maybe I'll save you fer last.
16th Jul '17 10:42:26 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* Annual 18 of Amazing Spider Man has Mac Gargan, hell-bent on ruining Jonah's life again, break out of prison and become the Scorpion again to kidnap Dr. Marla Madison on their wedding day. Jonah is so terrified at their kidnapping that he gets a taxi and races to find Marla, eventually finding the Scorpion dragging her into an alley. Jonah pleads with the Scorpion, revealing he was the one that paid for Gargan's medical care, but the Scorpion jeers at him. Then, John Jameson, who angrily confronted his father over marrying Marla, overhears Jonah pleading for Marla to run so Mac Gargan can kill him instead. Realizing how strong their love is, Jonah's son rushes in to fight, but Gargan sends him sprawling with his tail blast. The Scorpion then offers Jonah a SadisticChoice: should he spare Marla or John from Gargan's wrath? What follows truly shows that, despite [[ItsAllAboutMe how highly Jonah thinks of himself]] and [[HeroWithBadPublicity his ongoing mission to ruin Spidey's career]], Jonah Jameson is still a good man.
-->'''Jonah:''' (gesturing to himself) Me! Take me! I'm the one you want. Marla and my son have done nothing to you--nothing. Let them go--don't hurt them. Just take me.
-->'''Gargan:''' Thanks, Jameson. I need that. I've been waiting' years for this minute. But yer dumber than ya look if you think I'd let anyone walk outta here alive.
-->'''Jonah:''' NO!
-->'''Gargan:''' Go on, beg. It's music to my ears. I'm the Scorpion! I got the power of life and death. And this where I'm gonna use it!
-->'''Spidey:''' [[BigDamnHeroes (shoots webbing at Gargan's eyes) If there's one thing I hate, it's a hammy bad guy! The only revenge you'll get is talking your victims to death]]!
-->'''Gargan:''' [[CaptainObvious My eyes! Can't see!]]
-->'''Spidey:''' That's the idea, dummy.
-->'''Jonah:''' (Picking up his wife-to-be and son) Quick! Now's our chance.
-->(Spidey and Gargan begin fighting as the Jamesons flee)
-->'''Jonah:''' That's it, keep moving. Don't stop for anything.
15th Jul '17 5:26:49 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* Issue #186. After being hounded by the police for months for crimes he didn't do and shunned by New Yorkers thanks to Jameson's claims, Spidey is ''finally'' found innocent of causing Captain Stacy's death. Even better, many New Yorkers interviewed are actually happy that Spidey got his due. Of course, the guy still has to deal with insane press conferences, but it's nice to see things look up for Spidey for once.

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* Issue #186. After being hounded by the police for months for crimes he didn't do and shunned by New Yorkers thanks to Jameson's claims, Spidey is ''finally'' found innocent of causing Captain Stacy's death. Even better, many New Yorkers interviewed are actually happy that Spidey got his due. Best of all, Flash sticks up for Spidey when the Chameleon tries to discredit him, and the issue ends with a cheering crowd carrying Spidey through the streets. Of course, the guy still has to deal with insane press conferences, but it's nice to see things look up for Spidey for once.
15th Jul '17 5:23:23 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* Issue #186. After being hounded by the police for months for crimes he didn't do and shunned by New Yorkers thanks to Jameson's claims, Spidey is ''finally'' found innocent of causing Captain Stacy's death. Even better, many New Yorkers interviewed are actually happy that Spidey got his due.

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* Issue #186. After being hounded by the police for months for crimes he didn't do and shunned by New Yorkers thanks to Jameson's claims, Spidey is ''finally'' found innocent of causing Captain Stacy's death. Even better, many New Yorkers interviewed are actually happy that Spidey got his due. Of course, the guy still has to deal with insane press conferences, but it's nice to see things look up for Spidey for once.
15th Jul '17 5:22:26 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* Issue #186. After being hounded by the police for months for crimes he didn't do and shunned by New Yorkers thanks to Jameson's claims, Spidey is ''finally'' found innocent of causing Captain Stacy's death. Even better, many New Yorkers interviewed are actually happy that Spidey got his due.
15th Jul '17 4:14:10 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* In the earlier days of Spider-Man, he was allowed his great triumphs. His triumph at the end of the Master Planner arc to save aunt may's life is a great big ball of heartwarming on peter overcoming the odds to save his ParentalSubstitute.

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* In the earlier days of Spider-Man, he was allowed his great triumphs. His triumph at the end of the Master Planner arc to save aunt may's Aunt May's life is a great big ball of heartwarming on peter Peter overcoming the odds to save his ParentalSubstitute.ParentalSubstitute.
* Issue #181 of Amazing Spider-Man has Spidey visiting Ben's grave, as well as May later on (with Spidey observing her from the trees). Although it's mostly a recap on Spidey's life and the people around him, the ending is incredibly sweet. Spidey leaves the microscope Ben bought for him during his high school days as a gift of remembrance, wrapped in web, thanking his uncle for giving him the strength to continue fighting crime. Then, as Spidey swings off into the night, the caretaker arrives to work the graveyard shift. The caretaker laments that he is working while he should be at home with his son, Tommy, celebrating his birthday. Tommy is gifted, but is picked on by everyone else because he doesn't fight. The caretaker also wishes that he could afford to give a truly meaningful present to Tommy this year. Then, the caretaker stumbles upon the microscope, and joyfully takes it home as a birthday present to his son.
12th Nov '16 7:57:37 AM Tron80
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