Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Moment of the Day - The Anonymous Spider-Man

 (From Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man # 7 by Peter David and Mike Wieringo)

This one is from an alternate reality, where Aunt May died instead of Uncle Ben. Peter used his intellect and personal experience to invent anonymous chat rooms before anyone else, and become a billionaire in the process.

Alright, that's not what happened, instead Peter Parker became a wrestling star, and he became full of himself, to the point where he fired his beloved Uncle Ben. This scene is early in the book, where he revealed it to him that he is secretly Spider-Man, and it's a pretty clear dig at internet users, of which PAD is quite familiar with.


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7 comments:

Zdenko said...

I love PAD's FNSM Spidey. I especially love his Mysterio arc, it was just so good and eerie. Loved his Quentin Beck and the whole exchange with Ero.

Ero: Let me guess... Reports of your death we're wildly eggaterated?
Beck: Not exactly...

:D

I also LOVED his Spidey VS JJJ issue later in the run...

I'm just rambling now, I'll shut up...

Matt Duarte said...

@Zdenko: I really wish they would have gone somewhere with the whole Mysterio thing. As far as I know, he just showed up fine in ASM later, with no mention of his back-from-the dead status, right?

Zdenko said...

Yep. It was hinted in PAD's story that he returned because he found other masters who wanted him to do something. When you take in account that Mephisto said in Guardian Devil that whoever is doing this to Daredevil, he'll get a fine reward for this. So, it was entirely plausable that he was Mephisto's agent or servant, whatever.

He later returned in Dan Slott's Mysterioso arc during the Gauntlet, where he was just back with little explanation. Also, he had two henchman Francis and Daniel, for whom it was never made clear if those were Daniel Berkhart and Francis Klum.

As good as Dan's Mysterioso story is, I really wish they've gone with PAD's idea...

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