Even the Goblin knows that only Peter Parker can combine wit and dorkiness so flawlessly.
[From Superior Spider-man #31, 2014.]
oh my god
I read Marvel Knights: Spiderman today and it was so fucking good
I WANT TO MARRY THAT ART OMFG
Come on man… use your webs to stop her falling.. what’s the worst that could happen
I actually just shuddered reading that line.
Read the comics and you too can understand all that is wrong with that apparent solution
PLUS THE SPIDEY2 TRAILER
FIGHHT T S CEN ES
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND AT LEAST 50% OF WHAT I LOVE ABOUT SPIDERMAN IS HIS ACROBATIC MOVES AND THE POTENTIAL OF FIGHTING WITH WEBS AND TO SEE PEOPLE AT MARVEL ACTUALLY EXPLORING THAT POTENTIAL
IT WAS SO FUCKING COOL
Ultimate Deadpool: Favorite scenes
But you and Iron Fist broke up, right? Because I’d like to take a shot at that action.
New Avengers (2004) #53
After lots of painstaking work by my girlfriend and her roommate, my Rosy Higgins redesign of Spider-Man is finally done!
Miles’ dramatic entrances are the best dramatic entrances.
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #11
One of the very few things I enjoyed about Civil War was that it gave Peter Parker a new layer to his personality. He’s always been very psychologically aware — introspective, conscious of his motivations, conscious that he covers pain and fear with humor — but after Civil War in particular, he turned that awareness outward and became a master of one-on-one psychological warfare. It’s pretty amazing to watch.
[From Avengers: The Initiative #3, 2007.]
"Pssst, spidey, what’d you get for number seven?"
"Dude, shut up! I don’t wanna get in trouble!"
"I got Waterloo."
“This is a math test!”
are we not going to talk about the fact that deadpool is writing with scissors