SO IN THE COMICS she’s falling off a bridge and he catches her to try to save her with his spider web, but her body is forced into an unnatural position and she snaps her neck. And as he’s reeling her body back, he’s still making wise-cracks about how much he loves his powers at the moment, because he saved her. And then he realises that she’s dead.
oMGF THAT”S HORRIBLE
No, that’s physics.
Women are be treated pretty poorly in comics, but I don’t think this is an example. To clarify, this was a HUGE moment in Spider-Man history and a big fucking deal, not some tasteless throw-away gag or minor moment. His joking is supposed to be awful, and she dies not because some villain kidnaps her, but because of Peter’s arrogance and recklessness, similar to Uncle Ben. As for the movie, I think what they’re doing here is probably foreshadowing this moment for the sequels.
But, The Amazing Spider-Man was fucking horrible, so maybe it isn’t.
Donald Glover talking about the comments he received during his campaign to be the next Spider-Man (x)“I was talking about it with Dan Eckman, who directed my Bonfire video. Can you imagine that trailer? That would be dope. Like it makes sense… a poor black kid in Queens. Like it just fits.”
Brian Michael Bendis (W) Sarah Pichelli (A)
VENOM WAR CONTINUES
• As his father lies in critical condition, Miles is desperate to solve the mystery of the new VENOM!!
• How does the villain know so much about Miles?
• Miles turns to the one person who can help him… Gwen Stacy!
Release- March 20th.
UC SM #19
idk where this spiderman is from but i am digging the art style like woah