History TearJerker / Spiderman

19th Jul '17 7:14:56 PM SpideyTerry
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* "The Death of Jean [=DeWolffe=]" hits Peter pretty hard. Jean was usually BrutallyHonest towards Spider-Man, but she was still one of his defenders and friends. Readers had previously learned she actually had a crush on Spidey, which Peter discovers when going through her things and finding pictures of himself.
-->"Was she doing some sort of study on me? No, she would have kept that at her office. She kept these because she liked them. But... she never said anything particularly warm to me. Heck, she usually chewed me out. It can't be. She couldn't have cared for me. Why didn't she ever say anything if she felt... we could have... It can't be true. She was always so cool, so aloof. Blast it, why did she have to be that way?"
10th May '17 7:59:23 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that, to his shock, every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America, of all people, admits that he dislikes Spider-Man, though only to a certain extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg]].

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that, to his shock, every other hero feels the same way. Even What makes it worse is to hear Captain America, of all people, admits that he dislikes Spider-Man, though express this opinion, even if only to a certain minor extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg]].
10th May '17 7:51:28 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg]].

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that that, to his shock, every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America America, of all people, admits his dislike of Spider-Man that he dislikes Spider-Man, though only to an a certain extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg]].
10th May '17 7:45:33 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg.]]

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg.]]
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10th May '17 7:44:10 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter is often the cause of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg.
jpg.]]
10th May '17 7:42:21 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to cause this bad reputation himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to is often the cause this bad reputation himself, of his own reputation, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.
guy [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/7666/1162823-marvel_team_up_06__2005__page_20.jpg.
10th May '17 7:34:48 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to cause this bad reputation himself, but you still can't help but feel sorry for the poor guy.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to cause this bad reputation himself, but you still can't help but feel feeling sorry for the poor guy.
10th May '17 7:33:50 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to cause this bad reputation himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter has a tendency to cause this bad reputation himself, but you still can't help feeling but feel sorry for the poor guy.
10th May '17 7:33:14 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter often causes this outlook himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter often causes has a tendency to cause this outlook bad reputation himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.
10th May '17 7:30:50 AM GuardianoftheHills
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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005) X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter often causes this outlook himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.

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* A relatively small one, but in Marvel Team-Up #6 (2005) (2005), X-23 not only makes it clear to Spidey that she can't stand him, but that every other hero feels the same way. Even Captain America admits his dislike of Spider-Man to an extent. Sure, Peter often causes this outlook himself, but you still can't help feeling sorry for the poor guy.
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