History NightmareFuel / SpiderMan

10th Aug '16 7:59:41 PM CL
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* Hydro-Man was once hired to free a Russian mobster who was being extradited; part of his plan to do so involved sneaking into the airplane that was transporting the man and forcing his way into the pilots' bodies, killing them and allowing him to crudely puppeteer their corpses. It was surprisingly macabre, especially for a villain who is usually depicted as a borderline joke and no more than DumbMuscle.
--> '''Everett K. Ross:''' I read somewhere that the human body is 98% water. And, at least in the case of Zurich Flight 1635's pilots--2% Hydro-Man.
2nd Aug '16 9:09:22 AM HeroSeeker
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** Want to know what could make it worse? How about the fact it's not even the most DANGEROUS symbiote. That honor goes to the Carnage suit which has all of the above but with one slight difference... it's bonded with a serial killer who is actually stronger then both Venom and Spidey combined when wearing the suit. On top of that there's another one out in space that's outright stated to move from host to host just eating them as it's wearing them. And remember... Venom's the NICE one.
3rd Jul '16 11:47:52 AM Fleet
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* Like many stories that compose "the Gauntlet", "Power to the People" has a rather unsettling moment in which Electro manages to essentially convince an unknown number (implied to be quite high) to assist him in murder, in such a way they could do it from their own homes and nobody would ever know, just by turning on all their electrical appliances to feed him the power he needs to get the job done.
11th Jan '16 5:39:53 PM ImSpideyTropes
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** Most of his growls end in an inhuman "DIIIIE!" that sounds not too dissimilar how the alien says it in ''Film/IndependenceDay''. About halfway through the chase, [[spoiler:Doc Ock's]] human voice returns to simply say, "NOT... OVER... YET!!!!"

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** Most A few of his growls end in an inhuman "DIIIIE!" "DIIIEEEE!!!" that sounds not too dissimilar how the alien says it in ''Film/IndependenceDay''. About halfway through the chase, [[spoiler:Doc Ock's]] human voice returns to simply say, "NOT... OVER... YET!!!!"
8th Jan '16 6:27:54 PM ImSpideyTropes
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* [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SpiderMan Monster Ock. Carnage's symbiote bonded to Doctor Octopus]]]]. There's no way to defeat him: all you can do is run, and pray he won't catch you, all while he makes noises that sound like a monster being strangled. Look up videos of him on [=YouTube=], and many of the comments will be similar to: "This scared me to death as a kid!"

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* [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SpiderMan [[spoiler:'''[[VideoGame/SpiderMan Monster Ock. Ock]]''', which is basically what happens when Doc Ock gets Carnage's symbiote bonded to Doctor Octopus]]]].symbiote]]. There's no way to defeat him: all you can do is run, and pray he won't catch you, all while he makes noises that sound like a monster being strangled. Look up videos of him on [=YouTube=], and many of the comments will be similar to: "This scared me to death as a kid!"



** How about Carnage himself? Him shrieking "The pain the paaaain" every time you pull him into the sonic emitter area...

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** How about Carnage himself? Him shrieking "The pain pain, the paaaain" paaaain!" every time you pull him into the sonic emitter area...
22nd Dec '15 5:28:11 PM Tork
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** He also possibly killed his dad while disguised as his mom while they were intimate. Did we mention this guy was created by Creator/GarthEnnis?
** On the flip side, the almost casual way he's permanently dispatched at the end of his story was ''immensely'' satisfying.
22nd Dec '15 5:23:51 PM Tork
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* [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SpiderMan Monster Ock]]]]. There's no way to defeat him: all you can do is run, and pray he won't catch you, all while he makes noises that sound like a monster being strangled. Look up videos of him on [=YouTube=], and many of the comments will be similar to: "This scared me to death as a kid!"
** "DIE!"

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* [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/SpiderMan Monster Ock]]]].Ock. Carnage's symbiote bonded to Doctor Octopus]]]]. There's no way to defeat him: all you can do is run, and pray he won't catch you, all while he makes noises that sound like a monster being strangled. Look up videos of him on [=YouTube=], and many of the comments will be similar to: "This scared me to death as a kid!"
** "DIE!"Most of his growls end in an inhuman "DIIIIE!" that sounds not too dissimilar how the alien says it in ''Film/IndependenceDay''. About halfway through the chase, [[spoiler:Doc Ock's]] human voice returns to simply say, "NOT... OVER... YET!!!!"


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** "They said my mother was insane..." *BLAM!*
** The sequel ''The Grim Hunt'', which served as the finale to ''The Gauntlet'' series of stories (revamps of old Spidey villains into scarier threats), is a mix of PsychologicalHorror, BodyHorror, and good ol' fashioned GothicHorror as Kraven's family goes about attempting to raise their patriarch from the dead through BloodMagic.


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* Any appearance of Norman Osborn between "The Final Chapter" (where his already notorious insanity was ''magically enhanced'') to his appearances in ''The Pulse'' and ''Marvel Knights Spider-Man'' (where he was finally outed as the Green Goblin and sent to prison) was full of this. His MO by this point was to straight up torture Spider-Man in any way he could to mold him into being an Osborn worthy of his legacy. This included such lovely acts as [[spoiler: brainwashing Peter into being the Green Goblin without even realizing it, using electro shocks to force Peter to choose darkness over light, causing an alcoholic relapse in Flash Thompson before engineering a car accident into a school via tanker truck with Flash, and generally threatening his loved ones through surveillance photos and the like.]]
20th Dec '15 5:54:41 PM CL
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* ''NightmareFuel/SpectacularSpiderman''

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* ''NightmareFuel/SpectacularSpiderman''''NightmareFuel/TheSpectacularSpiderman''
20th Dec '15 5:48:55 PM CL
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* The Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin) villain Flesh had no bones, and possibly no other innards, due to a curse, and was thus a prime source of Body Horror. Mattie (who was once ''sewn inside'' Flesh) noted that she and her sister, Bones, likely make their getaways while the witnesses and responders to their crimes were busy throwing up at the sight of them.

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* The Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin) villain Flesh had no bones, and possibly no other innards, due to a curse, and was thus a prime source of Body Horror. Mattie (who was once ''sewn inside'' Flesh) noted that she and her sister, Bones, likely make made their getaways while the witnesses and responders to their crimes were busy throwing up at the sight of them.
20th Dec '15 5:48:04 PM CL
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* The Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin) villain Flesh had no bones, and possibly no other innards, due to a curse, and was thus a prime source of Body Horror. Mattie (who was once ''sewn inside'' Flesh) noted that she and her sister, Bones, likely make their getaways while the witnesses and responders to their crimes were busy throwing up at the sight of them.
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