PS Did not get the whole loyal thing on his part though.
This has already been adressed so not getting into it.
I will uphold my earlier theory that Ock's masterplan is tricking Spidey to become a criminal.
And the whole Ock Lens is just him messing around with everyone.
There is no cure for globalwarming, never was I believe.
The lack of originality will always bother me
I've always half wondered if he didn't just talk about possibly doing the death of Gwen Stacy direct to DVD movie just to try to stop people asking about doing it on the showHearing Greg Weisman talk about how many comments he saw regarding Gwen dying in the Spectacular cartoon is really... illuminating...
Sabra is not a new character, she was created way back around 1980 by Bill Mantlo. Not sure why the costume she wears is similar to Whitney Frost though? She has powers (she may or may not be a mutant...it's gone back and forth between mutant and Israeli Captain America) enhanced speed, strength, stamina, durability, reflexes etc although her main power really seems to be transfer of life energy. So yeah not the most ideal power to take on robots, which is why she was using the guns instead.Strange how Sabra took out those Octo Bots with just duel pistols. Doesn't she have powers. And that costume, seems like someone just looked at Madam Mask's for reference. Pretty lazy on editorial's part. Otherwise great issue much better than last issue.
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Melissa - 19th December 2012
Does anyone else think that the people at horizon should be figuring out that Peter is Spidey after the two days at sea and not hearing from him about why horizon's shut down? I'd like to think that they're all smarter than carlie cooper and all she had to do was realize that Peter and Spidey aren't ever around at the same time...
Is it just me, or was the torture scene with Sandman in very bad taste? I'm all for all kind of grim stuff happening in mainstream comics as long as they serve a purpose for the story, that's not the point I'm making, but having the hero torturing someone for answers and then implicitly stating that it was the right thing to do doesn't sit well with me at all
Why should I want to make anything up? Life's bad enough as it is without trying to invent any more of it.
"First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you."
One of the reasons why I created my list of heroines who are interested in Spider-Man is because we all know that:
Are not likely to settle down with Peter Parker to start a family with him. Does anyone actually think that any of the women mentioned is going to want to settle down and have a family with Peter Parker? This was one of the reasons why The Black Cat bailed out on him the first time around. In addition. I will assume that the heroines mentioned do not have a secret identity to protect whereas Spider-Man does. If Peter was in a serious relationship with any of the women mentioned, it wouldn't take long for the heroines respective enemies to know that Spider-Man is Peter Parker. This is why Spider-Man's mutual relationship with a heroine will not go pass the close friends level. At least, that how I see it.
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It was a good issue, but wasn't really feeling Ramos' art in some places. It's a random assortment of heroes Spidey's called upon (could use some more Alpha Flight) but the one-shot should be intriguing to say the least. For a middle-of-the-story segment it was fast paced with a good leaning towards character definition, like Sidey and Silver Sabel, Doc Ock, etc. But I felt the opening was a little jarring; en media res wasn't used quite to the best effect.
"It seems you blend in with so many other ordinary things" - Kermit the Frog
Holding out for a Peter/Miles team up.