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Here's a quick rundown of the changes so far. Spider-Man In Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, the web shooters are organic mutations that were a result of the genetically engineered spider bite. In Amazing Spider-Man, they stuck to the comic book roots and had Peter invent mechanical web shooters that use a formula partly developed by his father. Peter's Past ...
No one really dies in comic books. Least of all villains. They are always defeated, but always return again - either by miraculously surviving, having their name and mantle taken up by a family member of protege, or any other plot twist to return a fan favorite character to the page. While this tradition isn't as noticeable in superhero movies, mostly ...
That's a good question. Even though this news does imply that the villains from the new movies will survive to appear in their own spin-off, it's worth knowing that there have been several different line-ups for the Sinister Six over the years - see this marvel Wiki page for more details. It is entirely possible that Sony could introduce a new member ...
From Wikipedia entry of Spider-man's power - The ability works through thin layers of cloth, such as the fabric of his costume, but not through materials such as the soles of shoes. When Peter Parker needs to crawl without changing into the costume, he removes his shoes first. Spider-Man's wall-crawling ability has increased with time, most ...
It isn't neccesary... it's symbolic. Spiderman has had his webslingers destroyed by Connors, so he only has his adhesive abilities. In one hand he is holding the antidote, so he can't let go of that. When the tower collapses, he is thrown violently downwards towards the building. The only way he could survive the trauma of impact is to roll, and the ...
Well, according to this page on The Amazing Spider Man Wikia, and Entertainment Weekly, this is Gustav Fiers, AKA The Gentleman, a sinister figure with ties to Oscorp and the Sinister Six. From EW (about a scene in the 2nd movie): The final moments also feature a scene with Harry, now in his own cell in Ravencroft, taking a call from The Gentleman ...
Specifically in the films, Parker grows a hooked chitin from his fingers. Assuming he cannot do the same with his feet, he needs only to apply compressive stresses (think arches) to transfer the weight to his hands. So his feet would supply minimal support where his upper body would compensate for every movement.
I've just watched the film again for the 3rd or 4th time and I actually think she does, because her reaction to the news and then when he walks in afterwards, she tells him it'll be ok, as a reaction to what she saw
Aunt May doesn't know that Peter is spider-man. She thinks he is a just a teenager having a tough time, and when he finally get the eggs, to her its just a sign of him trying to make an effort to try to get back on a better note with her.
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