Sunday, June 29, 2008

Tired Logic

So the flu subplot and the Vulture thing might be clashing soon, maybe? Perhaps I was wrong, and the Vulture is going to attack Spider-Man on Maria's show. If only the Vulture realized that being inside a television studio removes his advantages of flight, maneuverability, and speed, then he may have been able to avoid capture. However, despite Spider-Man having a physical advantage there (it being spacious enough for him to move around pretty well, yet enclosed enough to hinder his enemy), the flu might prove to be his undoing.

The NEXT box is really atrocious this time.

7 comments:

jvwalt said...

Is any of this splendor actually getting on the air? Spider-Man flying around a giant theater would be awfully tough to mic effectively, or track with a camera.

But I love the fact that Vulture, like Spidey, gets all his information by watching TV.

IN COSTUME! How great is that?

Reggie White Jr. said...

I knew it! He's gonna attack Spidey on TV! And what is up with those things on Vulture's back?

Mat said...

Spidey's not much of a showman, he's had his back to the audience the entire time. Also, look at all of that money, just lying around on the ground. I have nothing funny to say about it, but nobody else said anything.

Natalie said...

At first I thought the dark room the Vulture was sitting in was somewhere backstage and Maria Lopez was going to have him come out and surprise Spider-man.

Anonymous said...

The pun [one FLU over the vulture's nest!] is almost kind of worth all this boring diversionary stuff

dlauthor said...

What's with the "APPLAUSE" sign? Under what circumstances would they even have such a sign at Maria's show? And since when does an ostensibly Larry Kingian interview show even HAVE a live studio audience?

Skeltometer said...

I just like the Vulture's dollar-sign bags. I think they're 10 for $14.99 at Wal Mart.