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* The series has been cancelled to make way for the MarvelCinematicUniverse version. As this movie had a BolivianArmyEnding with Spider-Man in mid-battle with the Rhino, the audience can infer that Spidey died shortly after the credits began rolling.

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* The series has been cancelled to make way for the MarvelCinematicUniverse Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse version. As this movie had a BolivianArmyEnding with Spider-Man in mid-battle with the Rhino, the audience can infer that Spidey died shortly after the credits began rolling.

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** It's also a subtle reminder that the man that became Electro was (and still is) a superhero fan. He used to be one of Spider-Man's [[StalkerWithoutACrush most devout fanboys]], but now that he's written Spidey off as a BrokenPedestal he's free to make up his own theme song on the fly as Electro.


* When Peter talks to Harry has Spider-Man about not giving Harry his blood, he cites as a reason that their blood might not be compatible. It's entirely possible that they don't share the same blood type, which wouldn't help Harry if that's indeed the case.

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* When Peter talks to Harry has as Spider-Man about not giving Harry his blood, he cites as a reason that their blood might not be compatible. It's entirely possible that they don't share the same blood type, which wouldn't help Harry if that's indeed the case.



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* When Peter talks to Harry has Spider-Man about not giving Harry his blood, he cites as a reason that their blood might not be compatible. It's entirely possible that they don't share the same blood type, which wouldn't help Harry if that's indeed the case.



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* The series has been cancelled to make way for the MarvelCinematicUniverse version. As this movie had a BolivianArmyEnding with Spider-Man in mid-battle with the Rhino, the audience can infer that Spidey died shortly after the credits began rolling.


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* When we see the dying NormanOsborn he is so sick that his skin is green and his fingernails are overlong; [[spoiler: when Harry takes the spider venom, his skin turns green and his fingernails start to grow. Its entirely likely that Norman took the serum himself and suffered the consequences.]]

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* When we see the dying NormanOsborn ComicBook/NormanOsborn he is so sick that his skin is green and his fingernails are overlong; [[spoiler: when Harry takes the spider venom, his skin turns green and his fingernails start to grow. Its entirely likely that Norman took the serum himself and suffered the consequences.]]


** And a hell of a lot more tragic.

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** And a hell of a lot more tragic.


** ...his body, fully dead, would burn to ashes, as per the purpose of crematorii. Like it has been said, the incident killed him, so being burned in a crematorium is a logical next move for the evil Oscorp. It's unethical, but not horrorful.



** This tropes's belief is - Electro could only absorb electricity using physical contact, so unless he touches all the people in NYC, they're safe. At Times Square, he got the power from the electricity node by touching it, the same way he got it at the Oscorp plant.

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** This tropes's belief is - Electro could only absorb electricity using physical contact, so unless he touches all the people in NYC, they're safe. At Times Square, he got the power from the electricity node by touching it, the same way he got it at the Oscorp plant.


* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.
** This dialogue makes sense when you realize that, had the power been turned off, Max would have never been in the accident and thus would have never transformed into Electro.

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* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.
** This dialogue makes sense when you realize that, had the power been turned off, Max would have never been in the accident and thus would have never transformed into Electro.



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* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.
** This dialogue makes sense when you realize that, had the power been turned off, Max would have never been in the accident and thus would have never transformed into Electro.


** ...his body, fully dead, would burn to ashes, as per the purpose of crematorii. Like it has been said, the incident killed him, so being burned in a crematorium is a logical next move for the evil Oscorp. It's unethical, but not horrorful.



* If Electro is some kind of all-powerful electricity sponge, the consequences would have been far greater than a mere mundane blackout. He should have absorbed the electricity of people's nervous systems as well, killing everyone in the city. [[RealityEnsues That would have been more realistic]]... [[AndThatsTerrible and terrible]].

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* If Electro is some kind of all-powerful electricity sponge, the consequences would have been far greater than a mere mundane blackout. He should have absorbed the electricity of people's nervous systems as well, killing everyone in the city. [[RealityEnsues That would have been more realistic]]... [[AndThatsTerrible and terrible]].
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** This tropes's belief is - Electro could only absorb electricity using physical contact, so unless he touches all the people in NYC, they're safe. At Times Square, he got the power from the electricity node by touching it, the same way he got it at the Oscorp plant.


* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.

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* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.



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* When Max Dillon is instructed to go fix the broken circuit, he calls up another man on a walkie talkie (who is in control of the electricity flow) asking him if he can cut the power to the designated circuit. After the other man refuses to turn the power off, Max follows up by claiming that it is going to be very dangerous if the power stays on.

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