History YMMV / UltimateSpider-Man

20th Jul '16 9:05:40 AM BatmanKalEl
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18th Jul '16 8:11:11 AM firefox92
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** It may have been one episode, but there have been ShoutOuts to the Spideypool fandom. The line above, their interactions seeming like a love/hate relationship, and the fact that Deadpool is constantly in Spidey's personal space (even pulls his face in close enough to kiss him).
12th Jul '16 9:53:29 PM Anicomicgeek
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* SpiritualLicensee: The Fourth Wall humor made some consider this a better ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} cartoon than a Spiderman one.

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* SpiritualLicensee: The Fourth Wall humor made some consider this a better ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} cartoon than a Spiderman Spider-Man one.


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** In "The New Sinister 6 Part 2" we are supposed to be taught about the strength of Compassion and Teamwork, to help drive this point Dr. Octopus and his mole are used. Doc Ock berates Spider-Man for being so trusting and reliant on his team and at the end of the episode we're supposed to be shown that he was wrong. Except he wasn't, Spider-Man is ''completely'' dependent on his team and has gotten ''worse'' because of it, consider how he was in the first season Doc Ock could on beat him by launching a surprise attack and using various weaponry like a buzzsaw and tazer, now he can {{Curbstomp Battle}} Spidey while holding the {{Villain Ball}}.
12th Jul '16 3:03:59 PM firefox92
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** Peter and Harry all the way. Epecially since MJ has a.) [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter barely been used as a character]] and b.) has showed no romantic inclination towards Peter. Spidey is constantly thinking about Harry throughout the first two seasons. Spidey ''also'' tends to gush about Harry fairly often in the first season. He [[RuleOfThree also]] tends to put Harry above everything else and has undying faith and trust in him, to the point that Harry is the ''only'' person outside the original team (who already knew and without his permission) that he even remotely considers revealing that Spider-Man and Peter Parker are two sides of the same coin to, whereas he'll act somewhat horrified over the prospect of others finding out. And yes, the horrified reaction includes both Aunt May and MJ (who he's know for significantly longer than Harry.) On Harry's side, he's prone to fits of jealously towards other people that Peter is focusing on instead of him, ''always'' forgives Peter for ''any'' transgressions (perceived or otherwise,) and trusted Peter enough to reveal [[spoiler: that he was Venom.]] This isn't even getting into the fact that they both seem to have a mutual dependency on each other.

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** Peter and Harry all the way. Epecially since MJ has a.) [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter barely been used as a character]] and b.) has showed no romantic inclination towards Peter. Spidey is constantly thinking about Harry throughout the first two seasons. Spidey ''also'' tends to gush about Harry fairly often in the first season. He [[RuleOfThree also]] tends to put Harry above everything else and has undying faith and trust in him, to the point that Harry is the ''only'' person outside the original team (who already knew and without his permission) that he even remotely considers revealing that Spider-Man and Peter Parker are two sides of the same coin to, whereas he'll act somewhat horrified over the prospect of others finding out. And yes, the horrified reaction includes both Aunt May and MJ (who he's know for significantly longer than Harry.) On Harry's side, he's prone to fits of jealously towards other people that Peter is focusing on instead of him, ''always'' forgives Peter for ''any'' transgressions (perceived or otherwise,) and trusted Peter enough to reveal [[spoiler: that he was Venom.]] This isn't even getting into the fact that they both seem to have a mutual dependency on each other. [[spoiler: When Harry is about to be taken by Carnage's hive, it's the revelation that Peter is Spider-Man that allows him to take control. When it's revealed Anti-Venom needs a host, Peter tries to sacrifice himself to save Harry, but Harry takes the Symbiote knowing it has to be him. Peter is distraught hearing this. When the hive is destroyed, Peter dives in and saves him, shouting his name and begging him to wake up. When Harry does, Peter is relieved. Note the fact that Peter is carrying him bridal style and touching his cheek as he begs for him to wake up. Plus, unlike the other versions of him, Harry actually is happy that Peter is Spider-Man.]]
29th Jun '16 3:25:16 PM BatmanKalEl
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*** Less so when Scarlet Spider actually appears, as most people agree that his character focus episodes have been well done, and many feel the plot has progressed nicely. Then again, considering the source material one could argue that it didn't have anywhere to go but up.
29th Jun '16 3:24:12 PM BatmanKalEl
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*** This also brings in the idea that Fury brought Spider-Man in for this express purpose, rather than to just teach him how to cause less [[DestructiveSavior property damage]] like he told Spidey himself. Helped by the fact that he makes Peter leader due to the fact that he has experience the others don't, which could easily mean ''both'' field experience as well as ''life'' experience.

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*** ** This also brings in the idea that Fury brought Spider-Man in for this express purpose, rather than to just teach him how to cause less [[DestructiveSavior property damage]] like he told Spidey himself. Helped by the fact that he makes Peter leader due to the fact that he has experience the others don't, which could easily mean ''both'' field experience as well as ''life'' experience.



** While this ''was'' the case for a long time (and still is for a large portion of ''long-time'' Spider-Man fans) the fact that this show was so different from most other Spider-Continuities is what actually drew some people in.



*** This also explains other inconsistencies such as the weather being all over the place (some episodes are in the dead of winter, and others are during the spring or summer at rather odd intervals) as well as address complaints that Spidey becomes to close to his team too quickly. We're not seeing the day-by-day adventures of these characters, we're seeing random intervals into their lives that are connected with each other. Which could happen weeks if not months apart from each other, giving plenty of time in-universe for these things to happen.



*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGag s. In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dodging. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvulnerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NominalHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]
28th Jun '16 7:15:19 PM Knightofbalance
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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGag s. In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NominalHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]

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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGag s. In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. dodging. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable NighInvulnerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NominalHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]
28th Jun '16 7:14:15 PM Knightofbalance
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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGags . In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NomialHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]

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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGags .CutawayGag s. In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NomialHero [[NominalHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]
28th Jun '16 7:13:21 PM Knightofbalance
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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually mke some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGags . In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NomialHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]

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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually mke make some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGags . In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NomialHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]
28th Jun '16 7:12:48 PM Knightofbalance
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*** Taskmaster's utter defeat (and fear) at Deadpool's hands [[FridgeBrilliance actually mke some sense if you think about it:]] Taskmaster's a threat because of his ability to mimic his opponent's fighting styile [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours then beating them through superior trainning and tactics.]] The brilliance comes in when you realize Deadpool is completely unpredictable, showcased when he fought Spider-Man using CutawayGags . In fact, in the comics, the best Taskmaster could do is predict Deadpool favors dodging to the left, if and when he uses conventional dancing. So that leaves a BadassNormal man against a NighInvunerable mutant with a massive HealingFactor [[NomialHero and very little morals to keep him from outright killing him.]]
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