And the super soldier serum doesn't count as being super powered. Or does it?
As for Spider dating a super powered heroine, we may see it outside of Amazing Spider-Man. The only example we saw was Spidey and Ms. Marvel working together in the pages of her series but never in Amazing Spider-Man. I'm cool with that.
He's a solo hero. No partners. Period.
When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.-C.S.Lewis
The comparison to Natasha and Felicia is horrible. Felicia is really bad for Peter. That was the entire point. Trying to shoehorn someone else into fulfilling the role Black Cat for Spider-Man will go down in failure. Not just because of the whole "status quo is God" trope but because the reason Felicia works is because she's bad for Peter. It's not in Natasha's character to fulfill that void.
Last edited by Darthfury78; 05-18-2012 at 11:08 PM.
No. She's too good for him.
"The Tardis, when working properly, is capable of many amazing things. Not unlike myself."
I'm not enamored with idea of Black Widow being Spider-Man's "crime-fighting partner," but I could definitely see a Shang-Chi-like scenario, where she helps to hone his stealth skills.
His memory's gone! Or...is it? It's not hard to fake amnesia! The Goblin is capable of anything!
This thread is going exactly the same way as it did on the Avengers board. The vast majority don't see them as working well together in this scenario.
There is one Spider-Girl that could be used in the mainstream Marvel Universe:
She's the clone of The Black Widow and (by extension) Spider-Man. Here is her information:
I would love to see her come the Earth-616 as the next true Spider-Girl.
If Lyra(clone of the Hulk and Thundra) could make the jump into Earth-616, why can't Galina? She would get the chance to know The Black Widow and Spider-Man respectively.
Last edited by Darthfury78; 05-20-2012 at 02:24 AM.
I think Black Widow is generally too "straight" of a character to mix it up in Spidey's world too much. She brings a grounding element of sorts.
BUMP...changed my mind on this post...
Last edited by ngroove; 05-20-2012 at 10:33 AM.