I went into more detail. Stan Lee purposefully and specifically created a character that was young and had problems, one aspect of which was relationship problems, which held true for the first 20 years of the character, until the marriage. that doesn't mean he needs to stay that way, or remained that way, just that the character was created with that as one of his hooks.
you then argued that the marriage didn't remove relationship problems from the equation. that's fine if you want to talk about that, but has nothing to do with my central point.
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That said, does that make Spider-Man significantly different than other characters in the MU, such that it is a core part of the character? I don't know, but at least I can see where you're coming from now. Thanks.
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