One possible subversion is that the uncle got killed because Peter or the uncle did try to take action.
Spider-Man's symbiote costume and subsequently, Venom and the other symbiotes were retconned to have enhanced his powers at a price. Spidey has outfitted himself with several technologically-advanced suits: The first Spider-Armor was made from a silvery pseudo-metallic compound to face the New Enforcers, but was destroyed by acid.
The "Iron Spider" suit was built by Tony Stark, and had retractable spider-legs and was one of his most versatile suits. He lost it after defecting during the Civil War, but has since rebuilt it at Parker Industries.
The second Spider-Armor was a black-and-yellow bulletproof suit intended to compensate for his lack of a spider-sense, and was equipped with built-in web shooters and magnetic webbing.
The Tron Lines are white in its default mode, green in its stealth mode, and red in its anti-sonics mode. The third Spider-Armor was built to combat the entire Sinister Six, and was equipped with a variety of gadgets intended to facilitate this.
The fourth Spider-Armor is made from a light-weight but bulletproof metallic material, an infrared vision mode, and built-in web-shooters. He's more than a little odd, and is seen as creepy by many other heroes at first.
The guy's had more girlfriends than just about any other hero except Iron Man. This is Spider-Man's specialty. As a consequence of his powers, he fights reflexively. However, he is extraordinarily limber and agile, so by reflex he jumps, twirls, twists, and contorts all over the place to dodge blows and missiles.
His only real weapons are his hands and feet. It should be noted, however, that this doesn't really stop Spider-Man from taking severe blows. Indeed, almost every videogame starring him features a costume selection that is torn up and ravaged from all the damage he takes during the game.
Because of his Spider-Sense, he's never really blind-sided, but his enemies just tend to be that fast and powerful. While the way he fights isn't exactly dirty per se, if he can exploit a weakness you have or use whatever is available in the nearby environment to beat you, best believe he won't pass it up.
The Trope Nameras it's part of his catchphrase. One of the prolific examples in comic books, or at least the most famous. Spidey fights with self-taught moves, superhuman speed and agility, and pure reflex, giving him a fluid freedom in combat that few others can match.
Those who come close include Deadpool, Nightcrawler, and cosmic powered martial artists like Gamora. In high school, he was mocked and bullied relentlessly, was scrawny, poor, and friendless. After being bit by a spider, he no longer needs glasseshe becomes more muscular, and actually starts looking attractive and by the time he hits college, he becomes quite the stud.
Spider-Man's first costume, as drawn by Steve Ditko inwas red and black with under-arm webbing. InJohn Romita Sr. InPeter acquired the black suit but returned to his classic look. In he became the host of the Uni-Power and became Captain Universe, with the lower part of his mask staying the same.
InTodd McFarlane made the blue parts of Spider-Man's costume darker and re-added the under-arm webbing, though in the wake of the Clone Saga he returned to his classic look. His Secret War outfit was black with blue spider-leg like stripes, his Iron Spider costume was red and metallic gold with a large spider-emblem, and his Future Foundation outfit was white with black sides, eye-pieces, and spider-emblems.
At present he's wearing the Spider-Armor Mark IV, which is metallic red and blue with underarm webbing and a glowing outline around the spider-emblem. During his tiff with Iron Man in Civil War, Tony reveals he being deeply paranoid installed safeguards in the Iron Spider armor in case Peter ever turned on him.
Then Peter reveals he knew about the safeguards already, and worked in a countermeasure. He was often seen as creepy by many fellow heroes in the Marvel Universe, even as recently as The '90sas seen when he and Nova fought the Tri-Sentinel.
Also, while it isn't canon, Wonder Woman mentioned he was creepy during his second Crossover with Superman. This is often due to Spidey's costume, his ability to cling to any surface, and his knack for showing up out of the blueto say nothing of the fact that he is often a Hero with Bad Publicity.
His aforementioned tendencies, coupled with a knack for often frightening contortions and a face concealing bug-eyed mask, were likely what led to his becoming a Hero with Bad Publicityafter which it just became a vicious cycle. It probably doesn't help that many people have a phobia of spiders in general.
The Amazing Grace storyline shows Peter having mostly renounced his previous Protestant Christian views for a staunch atheist outlookwhich he is called out on by Beast and the Santerians.Pages with broken file links, Spider-Man, Characters. Spider-Man/Characters Anti-Hero: Spider-Man may be the ultimate subversion of this trope.
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Spider-Man was one of the characters included in the initial launch of Marvel Future Fight, and he has gradually evolved as the game went on. Some people favor fictional superheroes for their ability to overcome the odds against them.
I prefer the antiheroes who have the outstanding odds. One my favorite comic book characters is Carnage because of his looks, strength, overwhelming abilities.
Carnage is an antihero from Spider-man. Gerry Conway has taken the characters of Man-Wolf, Eddie Brock, and Carnage and turned what could’ve easily been another Spider-Man book into true Marvel horror.
PLOTTING. 1. The story’s inciting event is most often the murder of a loved one(s). For example, in Spider-Man, Peter’s uncle gets killed because he wasn’t brave enough to take action. Heroes? Were these people Heroes? Or were they just normal people, in some cases just doing their jobs?
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