Thursday, March 08, 2007

The Last Straw

That's an awfully shoddy reason to give as a final straw, but to each his own, I guess. I do like how Jameson seems to be scowling out of the television at Peter, beckoning him to come to the station. Peter does realize that if he goes to the station, Dara is going to make a tremendous scene out of whatever happens? If I were him, I would find out where she was staying and sort of drop in on her later. After all, when a man's reputation is on the line, mere breaking and entering laws are not boundaries.

3 comments:

That guy said...

Am I alone in thinking Peter should just leave the whole thing alone? He's playing into so many people's hands here, Kordok's, Dorset's, Jameson's...
I'm holding out that the Peter we've been reading about the past few months was actually an android or something, or Dr. Doom was using some mind warp on him from afar, or, since he's in Hollywood, he'll wake up and find this whole west coast trip was just a dream.

J.V. Walt said...

That Guy: Agreed. Peter Parker should not only leave the whole thing alone -- he should be laughing so hard that he soils his Spidey Suit. These poor schnooks are doing nothing but helping him, by clouding the waters around his true identity.

As for intrepid journalist JJ, here's another question he oughta be asking: "But if concealing his secret identity is important to his safety and the safety of his loved ones, why does he let you blab about it on TV? And aren't you worried that you've just made yourself a target for four decades worth of super-villains?

Sorry, getting all logical again.

Anonymous said...

This Dara woman is just asking for trouble. He had always believed that if his identity came out his family would be in danger. Just look at what happened in the aftermath of "Civil War" he "came out" so to speek. And Mary Jane and Aunt May had to go into hiding.