Fanfic: TSA The Amazing Spider Man
TSA: The Amazing Spider-Man: Vol 1, Vol 2
by Nomad88 is a Spider-Man fan fiction set in a new version of Marvel Universe that draws inspiration from all versions of the webslinger. This includes the comics (both original and Ultimate) and TV shows such as The Spectacular Spider-Man
and Spider-Man: The Animated Series
. It is now in the 1 million-word stage with another two volumes planned. It has the classic mix that all the best Spidey stories have: drama, romance, action, and comedy.
Now it has a wiki: 
This fanfic provides examples of:
- Academy of Adventure: By chapter 79 of volume:2 Midtown High has the following One Superhero with a secret indentity, one publically known Superhero, one teenage billionaire CEO, one Classy Cat-Burglar, one known mutant, one secret agent and one Super villian.
- Adaptation Distillation: Uncle Ben dies earlier than in most adaptations.
- Adaptational Villainy: Silver Sable in the comics is a mercenary and an Anti-Hero. Here she is Silvermane's daughter and a straight up bad guy based on The Spectacular Spider-Man.
- A Day in the Limelight: Each member of the Fantastic Four has their own chapter showing their lives before they became a team, including one for Doctor Doom. The Vulture also has one later on.
- The Hardy family now has their own chapter.
- Almost Kiss: Played straight, subverted, and everything in between.
- Altar the Speed: Susan and Reed's completely unofficial wedding, because Sue's giving birth. They have no marriage license and get a rabbi to perform the ceremony despite neither of them being Jewish.
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: It's Spider-Man.
- Badass Bookworm: Spider-Man is a superhumanly skilled acrobat with danger-based precognition and superhuman strength and resiliency. He's also got a tested I.Q. of 199 and a natural affinity for science.
- Badass Grandpa: The Vulture (sort of: he's dangerous because of his outfit, not any inherent ability) and Silvermane, who has a cybernetic suit. He can also can deck pretty hard without it.
- Badass Normal: Silver Sable and her Wild Pack.
- Ballroom Blitz: In a nod to The Spectacular Spider-Man, the Green Goblin's first apperance is this.
- Bar Brawl: Chapter 75 is titled Two Vigilantes Walk into a Bar….and Start a BAR FIGHT!
- Battle in the Center of the Mind: Harry escaping from the mental cage that his evil side put him in after Harold gets MJ to dump him.
- Berserk Button: Spidey keeps pressing Bullseye's by continually making him miss.
- Big Brother Mentor: Daredevil
- Body Horror: The Scorpion.
- Building Swing: Spider-Man, naturally.
- But for Me, It Was Tuesday: The Fantastic Four when told it might be the end of the galaxy.
Spider-Man: "The Destruction of the Milky Way Galaxy….our Galaxy"
Johnny: "Huh…must be Thursday"
Spider-Man: "I never said I was afraid Agent Hill, nervous yeah. I mean here we are again, going up against impossible odds with a plan that may or may not work, oh and not to mention our planet excuse me Our Galaxy is hanging in the balance"
Ben: "Definitely Thursday"
- Can't Spit It Out: Dear God, Peter.
- Cardboard Prison: Averted; to get someone out of prison in this story you either need an armored car to bust down a wall or an army of ninjas.
- Casual Danger Dialog: A lot of people are pretty flippant about all the danger they are facing.
- The Cavalry: The X-Men play this role now and then.
- Central Theme: Choices, their consequences, and taking responsibility.
- Chekhov's Skill: Spider-Man learns pressure point strikes from Iron Fist.
- Chess Master: Plenty of them and some are playing against each other.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Spider-Man, of course. Justified in that he blames himself for his inaction which led to Aunt May getting shot when he could have saved her just by stopping the robber earlier, he takes this to the logical extreme and even other superheroes think he needs a vacation at times.
- City of Adventure: New York.
- Classy Cat-Burglar: Black Cat and her father the Cat.
- Clothes Make the Maniac: The Black Suit.
- Combat Tentacles: Doc Ock.
- Clothes Make the Superman: The Enforcers.
- Comes Great Responsibility
- Companion Cube: Spider-Man occasionally talks with Carl, the gargoyle. Based on Bruce from Spider-Man: The Animated Series.
- Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Subverted in that nearly all villains use their tech as a means to an end for their own goals rather than merely commit crimes.
- Cycle of Revenge: The crime lords of New York do a lot of this.
- Determinator: Poisoned, beaten, and Spidey just keeps going.
- Divine Chessboard
- Domestic Abuse: Kraven kept his wife prisoner in their home. Once when she got out he beat the man she was talking to to death with his bare hands and dragged her back.
- Door Stopper: As this is a retelling of the entire Spider-Man story, it was always going to be this. While the first volume is only 50,000 words, the second volume is nearing 800,000 words and is not yet complete. And there's another two volumes planned.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: After playing the main role in ending a cosmic event Shield (read: Warbird) won't let Spider-Man get involved in a later one because he is a "civilian".
- Elemental Shapeshifter: Sandman and Hydro-Man.
- Evil Costume Switch: Spider-Man after wearing the Symbiote version of the suit.
- Evil vs. Evil: For control of New York's criminal underworld.
- Eye Patch Of Power: Nick Fury in all his glory.
- Fastball Special: With Spidey and the Hulk.
- Fighting from the Inside: Harry fighting Harold.
- Fiery Redhead: Mary Jane Watson.
- Forceful Kiss: After Tabitha does this to Johnny Storm she reveals she has a list of heroes that she is going to kiss if she ever meets them in person: number 5 is Johnny, number 4 is Mr. Fantastic, number 3 is Warbird, number 2 is Thor and numero uno is Spider-Man.
- Foreshadowing: If you pay attention you can pick up on a lot.
- Full-Name Basis: The symbiote in this version always refers to Spider-Man by his full name.
- Gambit Pileup: Every bad guy has their own plans for New York.
- Genetic Engineering is the New Nuke: Subverted somewhat by using both methods together. For example, the spider that bites Peter has been genetically modified and exposed to radiation.
- Genius Bruiser: Spider-Man. In fact, he's a rare case of the genius Lightning Bruiser but without the size.
- Grey and Grey Morality: Some of the heroes are this, including Captain America, who after all is a soldier and fought in a war.
- Heroes Want Redheads: While Peter is interested in several girls, one Mary Jane Watson has always caught his eye.
- Hurting Hero: A classic Spidey trope.
- I Have Your Daughter And Love Interest: A crime boss has Gwen Stacy and is forcing Captain Stacy and Spider-Man to help him win the gang war.
- I Work Alone: Spidey's always willing to team up and stop the current threat, but turns down every offer to join a team.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Bullseye, who hits everybody he aims at, except for Daredevil and Spider-Man.
- Improbably High IQ: Peter Parker has an IQ of 199.
- Intrepid Reporter: Indira Daimonji, but most people call her Indy. Also Ben Urich.
- Irrational Hatred: Jameson blames Spider-Man for his wife getting hurt while he was stopping a bank robbery.
- I Shall Taunt You: Spider-Man does this to everyone.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: why Peter puts up with Gwen and Johnny hanging out with him.
- Jerk Ass: What Harry becomes due to using the goblin formula.
- Jerk Jock: Flash Thompson.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Flash is moving from Jerk Jock, as stated above, into this trope.
- Keeping Secrets Sucks
- Lampshade Hanging: Spider-Man: "You'd be surprised at how many of my long shot theories tend to be correct, You'd be surprised at how many people I face are stronger than me."
- Lizard Folk: The Lizard.
- Love Dodecahedron: Peter, Gwen, Harry, MJ, Mark, Liz, Johnny, Kitty, Indy, Lana, and the list keeps growing.
- The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life: Gwen Stacy breaks up with Peter due to this, and starts to date Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch.
- Mid-Battle Tea Break: During a fight Daredevil and Spidey basically have a therapy session.
- Mob War: An arc in which the criminals going to war bringing The Punisher to New York.
- Mood Whiplash: Between a chapter about vampires and a chapter about a mob war, we get a chapter about Gwen's birthday.
- Mugging the Monster: A street gang tries to attack Peter.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Yes Debra, studying Spider-Man's blood is a great idea, it always works out so well... oh.
- Peter after getting rid of the symbiote.
- Neck Lift: Most of the villains are fans of this.
- Nerds Are Sexy: Both Peter and Gwen and several other characters.
- OOC Is Serious Business: Peter should pay more attention to this trope.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Morbius the Living Vampire.
- Patchwork Fic
- Pro Wrestling Is Real / Pro Wrestling Episode: When Spider-Man first gets his powers, he enters a wrestling tournament.
- Psycho Electro: Subverted in that Electro is a gun for hire.
- Rogues Gallery: All of Spidey's classic villians make an appearence.
- Secret Secret Keeper: Mary Jane, Indy, and Ben Urich all discover Peter's identity but decide to keep it a secret.
- Shapeshifting Seducer
- Shout-Out: Too many to count.
- Sky Surfing: The Green Goblin does this with his Goblin Glider, leading to an incredible Chase Scene.
- Spider-Sense: Spider-Man of course.
- Stalker with a Crush: Hydro-Man.
- Stupid Sexy Friend: Peter and MJ are this for each other.
- Super Soldier: A main plot point for the government and Shield.
- Talking to Themself: Norman and the Goblin, Harry and Harold.
- Teen Genius: Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Reed Richards, Sue Storm, and Victor von Doom all quailfy at one point or another.
- The Omnipotent: The Beyonder.
- The Verse: Contains its own unique Marvel universe and the author plans to write other fics for the characters in his verse such as the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Daredevil.
- They Called Me Mad!: Doctor Octavius and his cold fusion reactor.
- Transformation Trauma: The Lizard, Scorpion and Sandman.
- Unskilled, but Strong: The Rhino just has to grab him and Spidey's in trouble.
- Villain Team-Up: Sure, putting 6 of Spidey's enemies in the same cell block where they can talk to each other will have no downsides.
- Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World
- Wall Crawl
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Green Goblin's origin.
- Yandere: The symbiote of course.
- You Fight Like a Cow: Once again, Spider-Man
- Your Costume Needs Work: Johnny Blaze doesn't stop to help Spidey because of this.