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-->'''Eddie''': Which way do you figure?
-->'''Venom''': ''[[WhereItAllBegan Trask's offices!]]''

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-->'''Eddie''': Which way do you figure?
figure...
-->'''Venom''': ''[[WhereItAllBegan Trask's offices!]]''office is?!]]''


-->'''Eddie''': Ahhhh. Yes! Yes!
-->'''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going on?
-->'''Venom''': [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I. Have. Absolute. Total. Control!]] [[ItsPersonal Now then, I have a score to settle...]]

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-->'''Eddie''': Ahhhh. Yes! Yes!
Ahhhh, yes...yes!
-->'''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's Eddie, what's going on?
-->'''Venom''': [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I. Have. Absolute. Total. Control!]] I...have...absolute...]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis total...]]'' '''''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis control!]]''''' ''([[EvilLaugh audible snicker]])'' [[ItsPersonal Now then, I have a score to settle...]]]]
-->'''Eddie''': Which way do you figure?
-->'''Venom''': ''[[WhereItAllBegan Trask's offices!]]''


* J. Jonah Jameson, one of the proudest and most arrogant Spider-Man characters outside of the villains, ''actually has character development'' during the Ultimatum arc. In the midst of the catastrophe, he personally witnesses [[http://www.theouthousers.com/images/stories4/Top26Spidey/scans18-7/ashamed.jpg Spider-Man dive into the flood to save a woman's life]], and instead of blowing it off with some rationalization, he actually writes in his newspaper that he had been wrong all along, that he had shirked his duty as a journalist, and delivers one of the most [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] endorsements of Spider-Man imaginable.

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* J. Jonah Jameson, one of the proudest and most arrogant Spider-Man characters outside of the villains, ''actually has character development'' during the Ultimatum arc. In the midst of the catastrophe, he personally witnesses [[http://www.theouthousers.com/images/stories4/Top26Spidey/scans18-7/ashamed.jpg Spider-Man dive into the flood to save a woman's life]], and instead of blowing it off with some rationalization, he actually writes in his newspaper that he had been wrong all along, that he had shirked his duty as a journalist, and delivers one of the most [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] SugarWiki/{{heartwarming|Moments}} endorsements of Spider-Man imaginable.


** Not as awesome as Issue #7 where Osborn ''gets up again'' and gets his ass kicked ''AGAIN.'' This time with Peter helping Miles out. Osborn then drops dead from pushing the limits of his abilities and Maria Hill '''shoots him three times [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill and burns his corpse.''']]

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** Not as awesome as Issue #7 where Osborn ''gets up again'' and gets his ass kicked ''AGAIN.'' This time with Peter helping Miles out. Osborn then drops dead from pushing the limits of his abilities and Maria Hill '''shoots him three times [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill and burns his corpse.''']]]]'''


** Not as awesome as Issue #7 where Osborn ''gets up again'' and gets his ass kicked ''AGAIN.'' This time with Peter helping Miles out. Osborn then drops dead from pushing the limits of his abilities and Maria Hill '''shoots him three times [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkilland burns his corpse.''']]

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** Not as awesome as Issue #7 where Osborn ''gets up again'' and gets his ass kicked ''AGAIN.'' This time with Peter helping Miles out. Osborn then drops dead from pushing the limits of his abilities and Maria Hill '''shoots him three times [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkilland [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill and burns his corpse.''']]

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** Not as awesome as Issue #7 where Osborn ''gets up again'' and gets his ass kicked ''AGAIN.'' This time with Peter helping Miles out. Osborn then drops dead from pushing the limits of his abilities and Maria Hill '''shoots him three times [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkilland burns his corpse.''']]


** Just the buildup to that scene. It goes through a very quick sum-up of the Carnage boss fight, before Venom just as quickly sucks him up...before flexing his muscles as he lets out a triumphant roar, outright ''throwing'' Spidey out of his stomach. He bends down and...'''boom'''. The symbol flashes on as he poses triumphantly, speaking clearly like he never had before. Behold, the ''true'' Venom!

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** Just the buildup to that scene. It The cutscene after defeating Carnage goes through a very quick sum-up of the Carnage boss fight, before Venom just as quickly sucks him up...before flexing his muscles as he lets out a triumphant roar, outright ''throwing'' Spidey out of his stomach. He bends down and...'''boom'''. The symbol flashes on as he poses triumphantly, speaking clearly like he never had before. Behold, the ''true'' Venom!

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** Just the buildup to that scene. It goes through a very quick sum-up of the Carnage boss fight, before Venom just as quickly sucks him up...before flexing his muscles as he lets out a triumphant roar, outright ''throwing'' Spidey out of his stomach. He bends down and...'''boom'''. The symbol flashes on as he poses triumphantly, speaking clearly like he never had before. Behold, the ''true'' Venom!


-->''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going on?

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-->''Peter''': -->'''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going on?


-->''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going?

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-->''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going?going on?

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*The final boss fight where Venom is playable results in him absorbing the remnants of the suit in Peter's bloodstream, granting Eddie control over the suit and his signature chest insignia. And in a meta sense, he earns it beating up Carnage, who traditionally is stronger than him. (It also gives him one victory over Peter.)
-->'''Eddie''': Ahhhh. Yes! Yes!
-->''Peter''': Eddie? Eddie? What's going?
-->'''Venom''': [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I. Have. Absolute. Total. Control!]] [[ItsPersonal Now then, I have a score to settle...]]

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* In ''Ultimate Six'' Issue #4, Norman Osborn manages to pull off a skilled gambit against Nick Fury simply by exploiting his connections to his company and his new compatriots that Nick locked up in a secret prison without trial or knowledge from anyone including the President. After he gets free, Norman directly calls the President and demands a payment of his company, 100 million dollars, and international amnesty or he would have all Nick's dirty business of locking criminals away without a trial plastered all over the news for the American Public to see thanks to Kraven, a prisoner Nick locked away with Norman, with his celebrity status and camera crew which would permanently shame the current President's administration. The President angrily chews out Nick Fury and threatens to shut him down for good, which Norman makes even worse by delivering a mocking call on Fury's phone immediately after. To vividly piss off and embarrass Nick Fury in such a way deserves special mention.


* J. Jonah Jameson, one of the proudest and most arrogant Spider-Man characters outside of the villains, ''actually has character development'' during the Ultimatum arc. In the midst of the catastrophe, he personally witnesses [[http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w284/airhikec001/blog/comics/pages/UltimateSpider-ManVol22_001.jpg Spider-Man dive into the flood to save a woman's life]], and instead of blowing it off with some rationalization, he actually writes in his newspaper that he had been wrong all along, that he had shirked his duty as a journalist, and delivers one of the most [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] endorsements of Spider-Man imaginable.

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* J. Jonah Jameson, one of the proudest and most arrogant Spider-Man characters outside of the villains, ''actually has character development'' during the Ultimatum arc. In the midst of the catastrophe, he personally witnesses [[http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w284/airhikec001/blog/comics/pages/UltimateSpider-ManVol22_001.[[http://www.theouthousers.com/images/stories4/Top26Spidey/scans18-7/ashamed.jpg Spider-Man dive into the flood to save a woman's life]], and instead of blowing it off with some rationalization, he actually writes in his newspaper that he had been wrong all along, that he had shirked his duty as a journalist, and delivers one of the most [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] endorsements of Spider-Man imaginable.


* "The Death of Spider-Man" -- The Sinister Six [[spoiler:(or rather, the Fearsome Five)]], who had to be stopped by ComicBook/TheUltimates last time they teamed up, turn up at the Parkers' home seconds after Johnny & Bobby return from a double date. The two teens don't back down, and when Osborn [[HulkingOut turns into the Green Goblin]], Johnny flames on and takes Osborn out immediately. That's right, ''the Human Torch freaking [[OneHitKill one hit kills]] the Green Goblin''. The Torch & Iceman then hold their own against four villains they've never fought before, before Sandman & Electro manage to take them out. At which point a wounded Peter turns up.
* Next issue; Peter spends the whole issue taking on the rest of the group, and does a pretty good job despite the bullet wound. They're being watched the whole time by his neighbors who are calling ambulances and the police for him (his mask is off by the way). Eventually the villains manage to get Peter on the ropes, and Electro is about to finish him off when [[BigDamnHeroes Aunt May comes out of nowhere]] [[MamaBear and shoots Electro]], which causes him to practically explode with electric power, taking out the other villains. Then Aunt May rushes down to cradle the still wounded Peter as all the neighbors crowd around. [[OhCrap Then Osborn gets back up.]]
** [[http://youtu.be/POXxmaJ_cV8?t=10m23s Now in Video]].
* MJ runs Osborn over with a van. When Osborn gets back up Peter then (remember--BULLET WOUND, beating by various supervillains, and just plain exhaustion all around, plus not being quite as strong as the 616 version) picks the van up and squishes Osborn with it. Twice.
* Otto Octavius earns one earlier in the arc. When the rest of the Six are all being convinced by Osborn to kill Spider-Man once and for all, [[OnlySaneMan Octavius alone]] basically says, enough is enough, and decides to stop going after Peter for revenge. He realized [[WasItReallyWorthIt how little targeting Spidey has actually done for him]], and just wants to go back to being a scientist, and work for whoever will have him, deciding that he should just be proud that he had a hand in the creation of Spider-Man. Unfortunately for him, Osborn [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne takes offense to that last part]] and decides to kill Otto. Which he then does.

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* "The "[[DyingMomentOfAwesome The Death of Spider-Man" Spider-Man]]" -- The Sinister Six [[spoiler:(or rather, the Fearsome Five)]], who had to be stopped by ComicBook/TheUltimates last time they teamed up, turn up at the Parkers' home seconds after Johnny & Bobby return from a double date. The two teens don't back down, and when Osborn [[HulkingOut turns into the Green Goblin]], Johnny flames on and takes Osborn out immediately. That's right, ''the Human Torch freaking [[OneHitKill one hit kills]] the Green Goblin''. The Torch & Iceman then hold their own against four villains they've never fought before, before Sandman & Electro manage to take them out. At which point a wounded Peter turns up.
* ** Next issue; Peter spends the whole issue taking on the rest of the group, and does a pretty good job despite the bullet wound. They're being watched the whole time by his neighbors who are calling ambulances and the police for him (his mask is off by the way). Eventually the villains manage to get Peter on the ropes, and Electro is about to finish him off when [[BigDamnHeroes Aunt May comes out of nowhere]] [[MamaBear and shoots Electro]], which causes him to practically explode with electric power, taking out the other villains. Then Aunt May rushes down to cradle the still wounded Peter as all the neighbors crowd around. [[OhCrap Then Osborn gets back up.]]
** *** [[http://youtu.be/POXxmaJ_cV8?t=10m23s Now in Video]].
* ** MJ runs Osborn over with a van. When Osborn gets back up Peter then (remember--BULLET WOUND, beating by various supervillains, and just plain exhaustion all around, plus not being quite as strong as the 616 version) picks the van up and squishes Osborn with it. Twice.
* ** Otto Octavius earns one earlier in the arc. When the rest of the Six are all being convinced by Osborn to kill Spider-Man once and for all, [[OnlySaneMan Octavius alone]] basically says, enough is enough, and decides to stop going after Peter for revenge. He realized [[WasItReallyWorthIt how little targeting Spidey has actually done for him]], and just wants to go back to being a scientist, and work for whoever will have him, deciding that he should just be proud that he had a hand in the creation of Spider-Man. Unfortunately for him, Osborn [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne takes offense to that last part]] and decides to kill Otto. Which he then does.


* "The Death of Spider-Man" -- The Sinister Six [[spoiler:(or rather, the Fearsome Five)]], who had to be stopped by TheUltimates last time they teamed up, turn up at the Parkers' home seconds after Johnny & Bobby return from a double date. The two teens don't back down, and when Osborn [[HulkingOut turns into the Green Goblin]], Johnny flames on and takes Osborn out immediately. That's right, ''the Human Torch freaking [[OneHitKill one hit kills]] the Green Goblin''. The Torch & Iceman then hold their own against four villains they've never fought before, before Sandman & Electro manage to take them out. At which point a wounded Peter turns up.

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* "The Death of Spider-Man" -- The Sinister Six [[spoiler:(or rather, the Fearsome Five)]], who had to be stopped by TheUltimates ComicBook/TheUltimates last time they teamed up, turn up at the Parkers' home seconds after Johnny & Bobby return from a double date. The two teens don't back down, and when Osborn [[HulkingOut turns into the Green Goblin]], Johnny flames on and takes Osborn out immediately. That's right, ''the Human Torch freaking [[OneHitKill one hit kills]] the Green Goblin''. The Torch & Iceman then hold their own against four villains they've never fought before, before Sandman & Electro manage to take them out. At which point a wounded Peter turns up.

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