Monday, March 24, 2008

Spider-Man is a Smash!

03/23:Spider-Man can now be arrested for vigilantism, breaking and entering, and destruction of property. After all, at this point and time the world at large knows Simon Krandis as a legitimate if unethical businessman. If he plays his cards right, the police force could be on a manhunt for Spider-Man within the hour. Or, if Krandis acts quickly, they could even show up at his house and legally end his spider-problem. Since Krandis owns a cave, he can just keep the Persuader and Mary Jane there while the police are kept totally unawares...

03/24:...instead, he'll make the typical villain flaw of continuing to get Spider-Man himself. Also, note that Spider-Man's reasons for bashing through the wall have gone from rightful wariness to sheer delight of property damage. That's why he's our hero, that is.

4 comments:

Aaron T. said...

I found this move by Spider-Man totally preposterous... I mean, he doesn't even know if MJ is inside. Nor did he know what was in the wall where he broke through; there easily could've been (and given that the bars were electrified, probably was) electrical wiring right there. Plus, whatever stealth he had went--pardon the pun--right out the window.

Anonymous said...

I see now why Krandis is a multi-millionaire. He has discovered the convenience of affordable aluminum siding!

Reggie White Jr. said...

Guess the old spider-sense is still busted, eh? I'll bet he had a lot of fun smashing that wall. Looks like it was fun. =)

Natalie said...

I don't know, Spider-Man's been able to evade the police in the comic books for awhile now. Although, comic strip Spider-Man has only about half the IQ of the comic book Spider-Man, so maybe the police could arrest him more easily.