In Raimi’s film, Spider-Man makes his choice to stay away from Mary-Jane because she could be hurt, but in Webb’s film, Spider-Man begins his life as a hero by, yes saving the day, but he ignores a dead man’s wish for the safety of his daughter because he was dating her for a little while?
We are given a Spider-Man that appeals too much to teenage audiences, rather than a Spider-Man that should appeal to fans of all ages while being a story with teenagers.
/ Daily Bugle, Daily Globe, Tricorp Research As Spider-Man: Avengers, Parker Industries, partner of Deadpool; formerly Avengers Unity Division, X-Men (Jean Grey School member), Special Class (teacher), Mighty Avengers, Spider-Army (leader), Web-Warriors (leader), Future Foundation, Heroes For Hire, New Avengers, Marvel Knights, Fantastic Four, Secret Avengers (Civil War), Superhuman Task Force (Pro-Registration Superheroes), Outlaws, New Fantastic Four, Brooklyn Avengers, Secret Defenders, Galactic Alliance of Spider-Men, the Mighty, Spider Society, mentor to Misfits, Frightful Four (hypnotized into joining), partner of Eddie Brock (Venom), Ben Reilly (Scarlet Spider), Kaine (Scarlet Spider), Alpha, Virtue, Black Cat, Toxin, Silk, host of the Uni Power, Avatar of the Great Weaver, former receptacle of The Other Parker Industries, Hudson River, New York; formerly Schaefer Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York; Gem Theater, New York City, New York; Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, Salem Center, Westchester County, New York; Avengers Tower, Manhattan, New York City, New York; Sims Tower, Times Square, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Earth-3145; Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Earth-13; Baxter Building, Manhattan, New York City, New York; Portland, Oregon; Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York Vigilante, adventurer, inventor, President and CEO of Parker Industries, bodyguard, mechanic, mascot, President of the Uncle Ben Foundation; formerly special class guidance counselor at the Jean Grey School, Horizon Labs creative engineer of Research and Development department Lab 7, freelance photographer for the Front Line, assistant high school coach, high school science teacher, student, freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle, research scientist, wrestler, fugitive, ghost Human mutate; When high school bookworm Peter Parker was bitten by a Radioactive Spider during a science experiment, he soon found out that he had gained the proportionate powers of an arachnid.
Clinic, Spider-Army, Superior Spider-Army, Spiderlings, Avengers, Superior Six, Mighty Avengers As Peter Parker: Formerly Horizon Labs, Parker Industries As Doctor Octopus: formerly Thunderbolts Army; Sinister Six (leader), Masters of Evil V (leader), Legion Accursed; former partner of Green Goblin; frequently headed his own gang of hired thugs. He plotted to kidnap Betty Brant again and make her their hostage.
He decided to bring together a team of villains to destroy Spider-Man, and thus assembled the first Sinister Six to combat Spider-Man.
Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada has stated in his Joe Fridays column that Peter Parker is "most likely of Christian Protestant beliefs" ( Joe Fridays/New Joe Fridays28.html). I'd like to discuss what religious beliefs are favorite costumed hero's belong to. But beyond that, what do we know of superhero's beliefs?
Religious affiliation has usually been a relatively taboo subject in mainstream superhero comics. I'm thinking of mostly the Marvel Universe, but you DC fans feel free to contribute as well... From: "Religious Affiliation of Comic Book Characters" forum discussion, started 10 March 2007 on "Brian Michael Bendis" part of "Comic Creator Boards" section of "Jinxworld Forums" website ( viewed 6 June 2007): Joe E , AM ASTONISHINGLY detailed site that delves into the religions of superheroes. Matt O'Keefe , AM For a lot of characters, religion shouldn't be mentioned.