Friday, October 10, 2008

Good Times

Remember that secret identity thing Spider-Man used to have? You know, before he climbed up a museum wall in his civilian clothes? Good times.

Seriously, though, you go on and on about secret identities and then you pull something like this. You're begging for your family to get shot, aren't you?

TIL: The fact that Peter's modus operandi for capturing the fake Spider-Man seems to be the same modus operandi he would use as Spider-Man.

6 comments:

Scott de B. said...

Well, to be fair, nobody actually goes to museums....

Really, I thought Peter had dismissed the notion that the fake Spider-Man would strike the exhibit?

The Casey said...

This raises an issue that's been bugging me for a little while. If he has to take off his shoes to climb the wall, how does he do it in costume? I mean, doesn't he wear boots with his costume? And where does he keep them when he's wearing his costume under his clothes?

Creeper said...

New York City, where the streets are so empty Peter can climb up the side of a building during the middle of the day. Maybe everyone just thinks he's another one of those protesters who climb buildings and get their picture in the paper.

Tommy Craig said...

If he's going to a big exhibit... Couldn't he have just walked in the front door? Honestly, I think he's just showboating right now.

Mat said...

Why would he ever do this?

andrysb said...

There's just something about seeing Peter Parker crawling up a wall barefoot that makes me smile...

@ the casey: I'm pretty sure Spider-man's wall crawling ability can extend through fabric and that his boots are made of a lightweight fabric like his gloves...