Spider-Man is a dick.And a public menace, Jameson has always been right. Details.
There are only three people in New York City, and they are Peter, Chameleon, and Mysterio.Mysterio does the extras, Chameleon does the individuals. Through their efforts Peter's entire life has been a lie down to "Aunt May's" wheatcakes. Ensemble Darkhorse fan favorites. It stands to reason that they'd have a grasp of continuity and know when retcons and such happen. Deadpool has been known to have fits of heroism, and might see fit to want to do this one for the fans. Squirrel Girl, being the upbeat, silver-age heroin she is would definitely want to bring Spidey back to his moral roots and undo the Broken Aesop. Unfortunately, she can't acknowledge in-continuity that she knows about it. This is where Deadpool comes in. The way I see it, he's wandering through Central Park ranting about how stupid One More Day was, wondering how he can possibly best Mephisto. Tippy Toe happens upon him, and drags him towards Squirrel Girl. After an awesome but pointless fight, Deadpool convinces her with Tippy Toe's help that together they can get Mephisto to undo his massive misdeed. Deadpool and Squirrel Girl then go to whatever hell dimension Mephisto lurks in, kick the crap out of him and force him to undo the events of One More Day.
"One More Day" was, in fact, just a hallucination of Peter's.No, think about it. Maybe the only reason that One More Day happened was because "Morlun", who is in fact an analogue for some Spider-Man villain (say, the Shocker) kidnapped Mary Jane. This caused her to lose the baby, and that put massive strain on the Parker marriage. All of this was probably a lot of stress put upon Peter's mind, so he invents this entire backstory to justify it to himself. He doesn't know it because he's repressed it. Nobody else knows it because it's in his mind. Aunt May was fine, really having been healed by Dr Strange or somebody. Harry wasn't really dead. Nobody talks about Peter's divorce because they don't want to upset Peter.
The whole "One More Day" arc was an ad.It was really a "Just Say No" anti-drug comic that went horribly wrong.
One More Day will somehow be made into a good thing.This will be done by a very talented writer that
The undoing of the post-One More Day status quo will involve Ben Reilly.One More Day and the Clone Saga have many similarities; editorially-driven storylines which were meant to "simplify" Peter Parker by returning him to a previous status quo, and which were profoundly unpopular with readers and critics including SF Debris and were mocked by Linkara. Like the Clone Saga, One More Day 's Cosmic Retcon will probably be undone in the end. Meanwhile, the Clone Saga itself has gone through some rehabilitation in readers' eyes, thanks partly to Life of Reilly and partly due to Ultimate Spider-Man 's version of the Saga. Ben Reilly is probably the character with the most unfulfilled potential from the whole thing, and he's been wiped from post-OMD history; having him return would be both a nice Mythology Gag and an acknowledgement from the writers of the importance of Spidey's history, warts and all.
One More Day is a mass hypnosis complements of Mysterio.Remember in one of the arcs preceding One More Day? Mysterio came back from the dead and chatted up Miss Arrow that she would do well to keep Spidey alive, as it would be in the best interests of both "his boss" and "her boss." A quick glance at Dead Girl would reveal that Mysterio went to Hell. Who runs Hell? Mephisto. Perhaps he enlisted a certain illusionist to help make his Mind Screw that much screwier...
Brand New Day's "Harry Osborn" is actually MephistoAlong with zapping the world of Peter's identity (including people who should've known all along or figured it out - like Daredevil, Ben Urich, and Wolverine, and people Spidey told outright, like Johnny Storm and Black Cat), Mephisto zapped away the memory of Harry's death, in order to take his place and keep an eye on things, directly. Frankly, in what other way does bringing Harry Osborn back to life make sense?
The One More Day retcon will involve Spider-Man and Deadpool invading Hell.And beating a Satan who looks suspiciously like Joe Q.
In the early run, Flash Thompson didn't hate Peter Parker.In the very first issues, that thanks to Comic Book Time now take place around the late nineties, Flash Thompson and Liz Allen are very mocking towards Peter Parker, but it doesn't really imply that they're enemies - they hang out together not only in school but in the bowling alley and malt shop, and Flash even mockingly says he'll defend Peter if something happens in issue three. Peter, having so much going on in his life, misinterprets Flash's friendly jokes and bursts out at him and threatens him. He also doesn't show up for his date with Liz, so, in the eyes of popularity-obsessed teenagers Flash and Liz, Peter wants war. It isn't about issue eight that Flash and Peter become actual "enemies" in his eyes.
Spider-Man's inability find someone to save Aunt May was not due to the assorted superheroes becoming incompetent/impotentHis inability to find someone was because Mephisto was mindfucking him. His futile search was entirely a hallucination by a demon trying to prevent whatever Spiderman's marriage would have accomplished. So Reed Richards/Doctor Strange/Tony Stark/whoever else could have helped him, but the Mephisto Hallucination convinced him otherwise.
Spidey is descended from Charles and Mary Parker.For obvious reasons, it would make perfect sense for them to have a descendant named Peter Parker. He could either be a grandson (if they had two more children after Murder Must Advertise, since neither of those kids are named Richard or Ben) or a great-grandson. The timing is a little iffy if he's a great-grandson, but he's on Comic Book Time and they aren't, so it'll be fine in another ten years or so.
Daily Bugle photographer and science student Peter Parker is Spider-Man!I think I've finally solved the mystery! This would explain why Peter Parker is always so flaky, it is because he is always so busy fighting crime as his web-slinging persona! And the reason he is the only photographer able to photograph Spider-Man is because he arranges the photos himself!
Mary Jane knows.In OMD, she makes some kind of deal with Mephisto. Immediately afterwards, when she runs into Peter, she looks sad when she leaves. It's pretty obvious what she offered Mephisto.
Mephisto is keeping Mary Jane's baby for some reasonRather than out-and-out destroying the fetus, Mephisto has kept it alive. Probably he intends to use the kid to further some other scheme.
Aunt May is gonna die.What happens when you make a deal with Mephisto to save the life of a parental figure? Johnny Blaze might have an opinion on the matter.
One More Day will end epicly.Either by the or editors over ruling the original editorial order, but it is planned. The similarities to the Clone Saga. The name itself "ONE more day". If the status quo was going to be kept then why make a deal with a demon that is likely going to mess everything up? OMD won't last. It is meant to be a Dork Age and it's end will be an epic Take That to this type of story arc.
Richard and Mary are alive and well and living in Russia.Peter found the info confirming the androids in Red Skull's files. Its a stretch to say even crazy Harry could hack Red Skull's files undetected; Its a huge stretch to say he would. Hating Pete is great, but hacking the Skull's files could put Liz and Normie at risk, and even crazy, he was all about them. In the wake and pain of The Reveal, Peter understandably overlooked this fact. I doubt even Norman would f*** with Red Skull unless he had to. This troper will lay odds the Parkers are in one of the Baltic States. Perhaps they intended to get with Pete, but MJ picked up the phone and turned the call away, thinking it more of Harry's crap. Civil War's The Reveal made them decide to keep laying low, and then comes BND. But in one way or another, they are out there.
Peter said no to Mephisto.But it didn't stopped Mephisto from changing his memories to what we seen in One More Day. If One More Day will be even undone, Mephisto's Xanatos Gambit will restore Spidey's "memories". Peter will go on never-ending What Have I Done because of something he never did. No matter if Brand New Day will be undone or not, Mephisto is a winner here.
Norman Osborn taking over H.A.M.M.E.R. is just a giant plan to screw with Spider-ManOsborn hasn't moved onto to bigger things. All of Dark Reign is just another giant plan to utterly destroy Spider-Man. He's going to use all of H.A.M.M.E.R's resources to take out everyone else. And when Manhattan is up in flames Osborn will point at Spider-Man, the one remaining person standing, and blame him for everything. Of course it won't work, and it will seem over-the-top in retrospect.
The whole One More Day/Brand New Day mess is not due to Spider Man selling his marriage, but due to Mephisto making a deal with NORMAN OSBORN.It's not this troper's theory (it was first presented on the Topless Robot blog and was written by this guy), but it is, as it says, the perfect way to retcon the damn storyline away for good while also explaining away another horrible Marvel Comics storyline. FACT: In One More Day, Peter Parker makes a bargain with the demon Mephisto to save his Aunt May's life at the cost of his marriage. Reality is rewritten so that Peter and Mary Jane never married and are currently broken up. FACT: For some unexplained reason, in the rewritten reality, most of Harry's friends have vanished. Flash Thompson has returned to being the bully who makes Peter's life miserable. And for some strange reason, Harry Osborn is alive and well. FACT: Events in general seem to be geared toward making Peter's life as comically, unbelievably horrible as possible. He can't get a job. His roommates hate him and/or Spider-Man. Aunt May marries J. Jonah Jameson's father. Jolly Jonah becomes Mayor of NYC and immediately sets about making capturing Spider-Man priority one for everyone. And Norman Osborn - despite being publicly known as The Green Goblin - has become head of the national agency in charge of monitoring/commanding all the legally-operating superheroes in the United States. A lot of fans don't think ANY of this makes any sense. And it doesn't. Peter Parker - written properly - would never make a bargain with The Devil because it was easier than dealing with tragedy. It doesn't make any sense for Harry to be back from the dead because of Peter's bargain. And known-murderer and lunatic Norman Osborn being appointed to a national agency, much less being beloved by the public REALLY doesn't make any sense... ...unless this is all part of Norman's wish. Would Norman make a literal deal with the devil to get power and a chance to cause as much chaos as possible by jacking around with the superheroes? Yes. Would Norman make a literal deal with the devil to bring his own dead son back to life? Probably. Crazy as he was, he was always depicted as being a loving, if distant, father (with the crazy tending to get in the way as well). Would Norman make a literal deal with the devil to make Peter Parker as miserable as possible? Hell yes! That's the idea: Mephisto went to Norman and offered him a chance to have all the wealth, power and prestige he always wanted. He even sweetened the deal by offering to bring Harry back from the dead AND by fixing it so that Peter Parker would be made as miserable as possible by the new world that was created. Making Peter believe he'd be responsible for his own problems was just the icing on the evil cake. You can even bring in the 'Mephisto kept Peter and Mary's child to raise as his own' and 'Spider-Man and Deadpool' team up suggestions above.
One More Day was actually a deal made by OTTO OCTAVIOUSSeriously, He's the one who has benefited most from this.
In the Films, Peter Parker is so poor because...Of his organic web shooters, he uses most of his money buying extra food to replace the protein he loses uses from using those things.
Spoilers for Film!Venom:After his defeat (it's a superhero film, of course that's not a spoiler), the Goblin's grenade left the symbiote shriveled and dehydrated instead of incinerated. Eddie Brock splattered, and the symbiote plus his blood plus a new host will be Carnage (or more likely Karnage) in the fifth film. The now-Anti-Hero Venom may return as one of the bits that got disconnected during the fight before the goblin grenade flashbanged BlondeEricForeman and the majority of the symbiote, or the Venom movie that's in the works could be an alternate continuity depending on who has which rights for what. CONFIRMED! (Sorta...) - David S. Goyer claims that, through a pile of red tape the size of a Humvee, and royalties that could buy California's debt, Venom will be the same one from Spider-Man 3 - also; he's not dead and isn't going to become Carnage. Carnage isn't even planned for the Venom movie at this point - no villain (life foundation) has (Life Foundation) been named yet (LIFE FOUNDATION!).
The next film (or the one after) will feature the Chameleon.And Sam Raimi, or whoever's in charge by then, will cast Gary Oldman in the part.
Toby MacGuire's back injury severely hampered his acting.We've seen Toby act in other movies, he's usually not that bad. But his acting in Spider-Man 2 and 3, especially when he's supposed to be having chemistry with Mary Jane, is just painful. No doubt the pain killers from his back injury are to blame. Or YMMV and he was awesome.
Spider-Man is not a man with spider powers, he's a spider with human powers.The radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker picked up and integrated his DNA as well as his memories, and the real Parker died while the spider assumed his form while still having abilities approximating a spider. What happened to the body? The spider ate it, thus gaining enough body mass to be man-sized.
One More Day will be undone by one of Peter Parker's time-traveling descendants.The Spider-Man of 2211 will try to undo One More Day- his daughter, the new Hobgoblin tried to destroy time by setting the whole thing up, so it's up to future!time police Spidey to restore things to the way they "should" be- If Spider-Man and Mary Jane were never married, they'd never have children, and thus no descendants. If future Hobgoblin hates future Spider-Man so much, why not erase his (and hers) entire ancestral line?
Gwen Stacy will be resurrected soon.We've seen what they did with Bucky. Either her death will go the way of his death (Retcon), she is resurrected, someone does a Time Travel thing to the past, she is cloned, or she will be reincarnated. HEAVY odds on reincarnation, BTW.
Marvel will attempt to fit the reboots in with the New Avengers film.Spider-man is being rebooted right when Marvel sets up the films leading to avengers, coincidence? I think not.
The second film was a Hollywood History allegory for the history of communism.A thinking man, Doctor Octopus, (Karl Marx) devises a new way, a “better” way of generating power (goods). This technology (system) will be ready when it is ready; this new way (communism) is a plan for when the next opportunity arises to put it into action (some revolution that could be coming after 1848). It requires very careful monitoring to control this great power (government control over the means of production must be balanced). The tests go awry. The stipulated limit on waiting for a revolution is lost when the control chip shorts out (the model of agitation in Russia); now there is an urgency to implement this model that becomes a serious obsession (widespread revolutionary attitudes). This obsession eventually gets hold of the fuel (property) and the apparatus (government). There is no respect for the effect this will have on the environment, cities, and human lives; it is an system that must be implemented at all costs, including the lives of innocent millions. Just as the initial tests went, however, there is no way to control the system (the markets) sufficiently and still bring about the desired results (prosperity for all). Having a change of heart, there is a call for outside help, so in the end, a Red-White-and-Blue American hero sinks the whole operation. For now. In the next one, he’ll be having to face an internal conflict.
Joe Quesada IS Mephisto."Joephisto" is the nickname for Quesada, as he used Mephisto as an author avatar in his own self-insert fic, in order to fulfill his own childhood dream to undo the marriage now that the fanboy has ascended. And this, in a story for the character behind the responsibility thing?!? BULLSHIT! * whud*
In the movies, Peter becomes such a jerk in the third movie because he never had to deal with the death of his first love in the first movie.Without such a grievous mistake, he never learns to actually keep himself in check. So instead of just being a thrillseeker when he gets the black suit, he becomes an all around jerk ass. We get to see what happens when he is forced to become a hero, but not that his powers are dangerous if not kept in check.
Subway Station Guitarist got hugely ripped off.Popular singers are using his song by the third movie, and he never gets a dime.
Subway Station Guitarist is hugely rich.Royalties. Gotta love 'em.
Hammerhead will be revealed to be another Kravinoff brother.Because if there is a Russian Spider-Man villain, sooner or later they will be retconned into being part of the Kravinoff family.
The 2012 movie was not actually a reboot, but another consequence of One More Day.The deal with Mephisto affects Spider-Man in all universes, including the movie verse, or Spider-Man in the movies has to make the same deal. Either way, it resets the movies to break Peter up with MJ and return his life back to when he first gained his powers.
In the second film, Peter Parker deliberately associates himself only with obnoxious people, because he doesn't want to endanger anyone who's nice.The first film ends with, "Now matter how hard I try, the ones I love will always be the ones who pay." So, in the sequel, who has Peter chosen to hang around and interact with? His "best friend," who is always insulting him and even slaps him; Mary Jane, a slut who never listens to Peter's side of the story, and who has no care for the feelings of the men she plays games with; and, of course, his obnoxious boss. (His Aunt May is a kind woman, but he could not help being related to her.) And what of the people who are nice to Peter? The blonde girl who brought him cake when he was down: didn't even get a thank you. The secretary who saved his job ("Parker you're fired." "Sir, the planetarium meeting!" "Good point. Get back here Parker, you're un-fired."): doesn't get a thank you either. The black co-worker, who stands up for Spider-Man, Peter ignores him. Peter's intentions are clear; he will only allow himself to get close to jerks, and avoid interacting with nice people so as not to put them in danger.
The entire Spider-Man series is Peter Parker's Dying Dream.He's just been bitten by a radioactive fucking spider! That doesn't give you super powers, it gives you a bloodstream full of radioactive venom! Peter has been lying comatose in the hospital for God knows how long while the combination of radiation and venom gnaws away at his brain.
Mayday Parker (the one Norman Osborn kidnapped) will return to undo OMDNorman Osborn probably wouldn't want to explain a baby popping out of nowhere right after MJ's baby 'dies', so he probably sent baby May to an alternate universe to be raised by some robots he programmed for the job (he probably wouldn't want to actually have to deal with growing her up to use against Peter emotionally). She will return as a girl in her late teens/early 20s confused at how the world is different from what she heard/was raised to know. So she ignores Norman Osborn and tries to find out why she never existed technically. It ends up with her undoing OMD, or at least trying to (Spider-Man might stop her because it could, you know, kill Harry and his Aunt May). Whether or not her true identity as MJ and Peter's daughter is revealed to anyone is up to you.
In the movie series, Robbie knows Peter is Spider-Man
In the next movie, Spider-man will have web-shooters.Confirmed.
Joe Quesada is closely related to J. Jonah JamesonThink about it. They're both middle aged men in charge of a company that publishes reading material, and both are going out of their way to destroy Spider-Man.
Throughout the Raimi series, the true Big Bad is Mysterio or otherwise an illusionist.Whoever they are has rigged up hidden speakers and a screen in the mirror. In the first movie, they take advantage of Norman Osbourn's already strained mind by creating a state-of-the-art 3D image of him on the mirror, and pretending to be his alter ego. In the second and third movies, they again use the tech to make Harry think his father is talking to him from beyond the grave. Whoever it is, and whatever they want, it's likely they want any heroes in New York out of the picture, either dead or switching sides. Also, it's possible that Osbourn found out about this deception off-camera, and wanted in on it. Perhaps he survived the impaling, like in the comics, got together with this puppeteer, and acted as himself in Harry's visions in an attempt to make him 'a proper son'. In this case, his last words (Don't tell Harry), could have been said because he knew that Harry would blame Spider-Man and thus be angry at Peter to begin with. He and the illusionist then threatened his butler under pain of death not to reveal the truth, explaining why he kept it a secret for so long.
There will be a meta joke in the new Spider-Man Reboot...We will see the radioactive spider coming down from the ceiling, seemingly headed to an oblivious Donald Glover . Just as it looks like he will get bit Andrew Garfield will politely ask him to move to one side so he can take a photo. And the rest is history ...
Spider-Man will end because of One More DayThe massive Character Derailment and complete destruction of years of canon will be too much for the comic to bear and rapidly dwindling sales will force Quesada out the door and a new editor in, but it will be too late to save the ailing Spidey, which will be shut down and it is revealed that Spider-Girl was in fact the real continuity all along.
Spider-Man is a cup of coffee.Spider-Man isn't real. He's just a cup of coffee some psychopath looked at and imagined that something action-y would get his day going.
One More Day is part of a Gambit Roulette by (probably) Reed Richards to ultimately save all Marvel couples.Explained more in detail on the Superman WMG page: extra-universal omniscient beings vulnerable only to Plot Immunity are trying to suck all the life out of both 616 and the DC main universes. To fool them, someone with easy access to many alternate universes (Reed Richards, most likely) has teamed up with Mephisto to warp reality in order to store the souls of all superhero couples in the bodies of the only comic book couple with absolute Plot Immunity — Clark Kent and Lois Lane — until the threat from those omniscient beings has passed. This apparently, but not really, breaks up a whole lot of both DC and Marvel couples through numerous contrived coincidences involving random death, illogical plot twists, and Character Derailment. The real story behind One More Day (which will lead to Pete and MJ getting returned to their bodies and reunited) is the mystery of why Mephisto agreed to do this. Perhaps Reed (or whoever) challenged him to a fiddle contest?
Countdown till Uncle Ben revives or returns as really him in a non-flashback or reboot.Jason Todd and Bucky have returned. The door has been opened in both comic universes. Just look at all these OMD WMGs to see what Marvel is capable of. State your hopes, your fears and what you think may really happen.
Mary Jane has an X-Gene......It's just not active. Its been said by at least one source that all super humans are technically mutants who were born with an inactive X-Gene that was activated by an outside stimulus, which is why she doesn't have powers yet. My evidence for this is the fact that, despite being human, Mary Jane has one characteristic shared by almost all female supers: A Giant rack. As Another source says, female Supers have big boobs as a side effect of their powers. So, while she doesn't have powers, she has both the side effects that come with it. Deny that logic.
Curt Connors isn't completely lost by the Lizard.
Carlie Cooper was created as a Composite Character of old Love Interest ladies...and failed due to having no personality of her own.Look at her! She is being played up by so many character who say "she's so this/that/the-other" when those are traits commonly used by other Spidey Love Intrests. True, she doesn't really look like any of them (especially since the all-important haircut), but that's just so they can say she's not a Composite Character. Here's the breakdown:
Carlie Cooper made a deal with MephistoShe wanted to date a Superhero, so he gave her Spider-Man (linking their respective deals to make the contracts stronger). Everyone keeps laughing and applauding her because she's being treated like she thinks a super-hero's girlfriend should be (and everyone sees her backstory as more tragic then it is. Honey, this is Marvel (Crapsack World much?). You've got to do better than a crooked-cop dad). As a corollary to that-she knows Peter is Spidey, and that really is the reason she likes him (blowing the whole "falling for plain ol' Peter Parker" line out of the water). She's actually waiting for him to tell her, so she can bust out the "oh I knew all along" cliché.
In the new Spidey film, Gwen Stacy will die.Because really, it has to happen. They say its gonna be darker and edgier than the last film series, but from the trailer, other than staring at his reflection a lot in a sad way, it doesn't look too much darker. So what would make it more darker than the other series? Killing the love interest at the end.
Ghost Rider will give a voice to exactly what the fans have been thinking all along regarding One More Day.It only makes sense. After all, the Ghost Rider is one of the very few heroes who's had constant and personal contact with, and whose life has been most directly (before One More Day) affected by Mephisto. And I haven't read the comics, but I gather Johnny Blaze wasn't on Earth during the events of post-Civil War (when Peter made the Deal with the Devil), which would mean he wasn't affected by Mephisto's tampering. So once GR gets wind of what Spidey's done, he'll give the Friendly Neighborhood Moron a severe dressing-down, followed by a story arc that'll culminate in the continuity changes being undone (but this being Mephisto they'd be tangling with, there would probably be a big cost attached).
Peter Parker/Spider-Man is a mew mewIn Tokyo Mew Mew, the mew mews were created by finding people who have DNA compatible with that of endangered animals, and injecting them with DNA of that animal. Peter's DNA is compatible with that of a certain species of spider, so when the radioactive spider bit him, his mew mew powers were activated, similar to Ichigo's powers activating when she was shot at with Iriomote wildcat DNA
MJ will appear in The Stinger of the new Spidey film...Here's how I see it. Aunt May will be constantly trying to fix Peter up with her, just like previous adaptations, and it will be sorta a running gag. Then, when the film is over, and Peter is either happy with Gwen, or mourning her possible death (Like the WMG a few entries above that I don't remember if it was mine or not, but it would really make the film a Downer Ending and make it as dark and edgy as they said it would be), when he finally agrees to meet this girl after the credits, to which its either one of the three possibilities:
Bruce Campbell was playing Quentin BeckAfter letting his arena be robbed, ring announcer Quentin Beck developed a vendetta against Spider-Man and determined to make his life miserable. Since he could easily figure out who Peter Parker was, he inserted himself into his life in the most unusual places, such as at Mary Jane's play, and at the restaurant where Peter planned to propose. Had the series kept going, we could have seen this escalate to Beck becoming Mysterio.
If/When One More Day is undone the story arc will be called Whole New DayThe way I see it is that Spidy will get his ass verbally handed to him by one of the other heroes(Ghost Rider or Deadpool because they are the most likely ones to know of the deal). He'll decide he wants the contract null and void but theres no way to do it alone(what got him in this mess in the first place really). The three(if G.R and D.P both get involved) will team up to storm Hell itself to retrieve the innocent soul lost while Daredevil tries to figure out a loophole in the contract. But wait then it'll turn out that it wasn't Mephisto that made the deal:'I like like screwing with people's lives but even I wouldn't condemn a child'. It'll turn out that it was really Joe Quesada or as he's known in the Marvel Universe as Rumplestiltskin. 'I stole a baby how more evil can you get'. Spidey, Ghost Rider, Deadpool, Daredevil and Mephisto will start kicking his ass with Mephisto performing the killing blow since the heroes can't be expected to. And so that Joe Quesada can never pull off another One More Day he'll also die in Real Life on the day the issue comes out. Everything goes back too the way it was before the deal with Spidey reaping all the benifet(don't spell that often enough) There I just saved Spider-Man you are welcomed.
The movies take place in a dystopian future where all superheroes are dead or have been forced into retirement.the reason spider-man is around is because he is the son of the original Spidey. The "reboot" is really a prequel about the first Spidey, who existed along with other marvel heroes. However, when the government cracked down on heroes, he lost an arm, was forced into the witness protection program, and Gwen, who had just given birth to his son, died. He was just able to name his son after himself, and give him to his brother Ben. Peter's new name? Curt Connors. He chose this name because he remembered him as a mentor and a one-armed guy. "Curt" became a top-class scientist, but he knew that Spider-man had to return. So, when his son was 17, he CREATED the super spiders. He set one free on purpose and made it bite his son so spider-man would return.
Captain Stacy will die in The Amazing Spider-Man.Well in one trailer we saw what appeared to be a funeral with everyone wearing black. He could die like he did in the comics, just with Lizard taking the place of Doctor Octopus.
The Amazing spider man sequels, that would be cool if it happens.Since Sony does own the spider-man franchise, and they rebooted it. They should make one of the sequels where the two different spider-man meet. it would make an good movie in my opinion. Which will be like the spider wars.
Spider-Man can summon the spiders.◊But since life pretty much sucks for Peter, he can only summon irradiated magical ones. Which are in rather short supply.
Roderick Kingsley isn't deadThere's several layers to this popular fan theory: 1. Getting other people to stand in for him is what Kingsley is most famous for. 2. His identical twin, Daniel, is still alive and is a wimp. 3. During Big Time, Kingsley was being subservient towards the Kingpin, something the real Kingsley probably wouldn't do, given their history. Daniel, however.... 4. During the sequence where Phil Ulrich kills Kingsley, we never see him with his mask off. It could be anyone, especially since Kingsely once brainwashed another character to be the Hobgoblin... 5. If Kingsley set this up, it fits his character far more than what we're shown in the book. Coming out of retirement years later, after Osborne got taken down and the Kingpin's returned to prominence, faking his death would be the perfect way for him to amass power from behind the scenes. 6. The 'goblin in this story never displays any goblin powers. While Kingsley possessed them, Daniel (and Ned Leeds) didn't. 7. The Kingsely Roger Stern wrote wouldn't go out like a chump the way this guy did. 8. Solicit info for the upcoming "Danger Zone" arc (which some sources called "Hobgoblin Inc"), feature the following quotes: "Hobgoblin is back...but his days may be numbered as the past sharpens its blades." and "GOBLINS GO TO WAR...and Peter Parker is caught dead-center!". The cover even shows two Hobgoblins!◊
Mephisto Never Altered RealityMephisto does not have the power to alter reality even to set thugs free from jail that would go right back in again. So instead of altering reality, he altered people's memories and destroyed the paperwork to make it seem that Peter and Mary never got married.
Carlie Cooper is a SkrullCarlie is a newly trained Skrull who poor control over her shapeshifting working as a sleeper agent.
Doc Ock's tenure as Spidey will be undone when...So Ock is all about being a 'Superior' Spider-Man, and his smarts plus Peter's memories and his own drive might just do it for a while. His end will come when he encounters his first significant failure and bout of public disapproval. It might be a downturn that Peter would shrug off as part of the job. Ock will not be equipped to handle it. His breakdown will do more damage to Spidey's reputation than anything we have seen to date.
When Peter returns..Building upon the previous theory, Ock is going to seriously damage Peter (and Spider-Man's) image after experiencing a mental breakdown as a result of his actions. Afterwards Ock and Pete will switch places with Peter having to clean up the latter's mess. However there will only be one person who will trust and assist Peter, Julia Carpenter.
Jameson knew Peter was Spider-Man all alongThe man is anything but stupid; why else would Peter be the one with all the best Spider-Man photos? He's running the smear campaign to increase sales. While publicly slamming Spider-Man, he helps Peter out by paying more for his photos than most freelance newspaper photographers can expect to receive (and giving frequent bonuses). In the first Sam Raimi movie Jameson even appears to be protecting Parker from the Green Goblin with the knowledge that Parker is Spidey. Jameson knows Spider-Man stories are the Bugle's Cash Cow Franchise and he works to protect the secret identity by publicly loathing Spider-Man, knowing the day Spider-Man is truly put out of business means the end of the gravy train.
Sometime before the end of the "Superior" run...Before the Watcher's death in Original Sin, the Watcher visited MJ Watson, much the same way he visited Hank McCoy in a recent issue of All-New X-Men, and informed her that, in his opinion, she is a terrible person for encouraging Peter to go through with the deal with Mephisto. He revealed to MJ that once she and Peter were Happily Married, until she buckled under the stress of being married to a superhero during Civil War, and took Mephisto's deal. MJ is now wracked with guilt over what she has done, and believes her soul to be damned because of their literal Deal with the Devil. This is why she has distanced herself from Peter post-Superior Spider-Man: not because she doesn't want him in her life, but because she doesn't want him to share her damnation.
MJ will meet Mayday ParkerIn the upcoming "Spider-Verse" event, it has been confirmed that among the various alternate Spider-People that will show up we will see May "Spider-Girl" Parker, Peter and MJ's daughter from an alternate universe. Her main contribution to the story will be an encounter with MJ Watson, prompting MJ to realize what she has once had with Peter and reconsider her current decision to write Peter out of her life. This will leave the door open for One More Day to finally be undone.