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Old 08-01-2011, 12:59 PM   #51
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So many arguements, lol.

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Old 08-01-2011, 01:51 PM   #52
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It wasn't supposed to be funny.

Still, in accordance with a natural mutation, the spinneretes would be in his butt. Peter can't say "Okay, don't develop there, it's silly! Develop here, so I can use it better."

It's fine if you like organics (I do too, just not as much as mechs) but don't say "organics make sense as a natural part of his arachnid mutation", because they don't. Not in his wrist anyways.
Once again you're telling me what to say/think. If it makes sense to me, I'm going to say so. I also think it makes sense for Batman to have a glider apparatus built into his cape, as that gives him a bat-like attribute. I say this DESPITE THE FACT that bats obviously don't glide, and Batman doesn't flap his cape to get around. But within the parameters of a fictional world where superheroes need certain things to do what they do, it seems perfectly logical to me. You are stating your opinions as fact and trying to force them on others.

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Old 08-01-2011, 02:14 PM   #53
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Again with the Batman. xD

That's tech. This is a mutation we're talking about. By your logic, in accordance with a natural arachnid mutation, his spinneretes should be in his ass, or at least somewhere in that region.

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No, NOT by my logic, as I've already stated. By YOURS, as you're the one who keeps arguing the point. As I said, he didn't turn into a spider, He developed attributes of a spider. He is a superhero, not a monster. As a superhero, his web serves a dual purpose as both his primary means of defense AND his means of transportation. Both are best served by throwing up his hands rather than by whipping his ass around like Fergie. And, since the organic webbing was implemented in the movies, the comics and the 2099 series-none of whom shot from the ass, I'm clearly not the only one who thinks so.

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Old 08-01-2011, 03:51 PM   #55
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Then why use the term "natural arachnid mutation"? It doesn't make sense to argue that organics make more sense over mechs because it's a natural arachnid mutation. If it was a natural arachnid mutation... well, you know what I'm going to say.

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Can you just let it go? We're never going to agree on this and I'm really tired of explaining myself to you. If you say you're not against organics then why are we arguing about it at all?

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Old 08-01-2011, 04:30 PM   #57
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I don't know, it's the summer holidays, I'm stuck on a level on GTA IV and Facebook keeps acting up.

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Seriously though, I can see where you're coming from. It does seem silly to have a superhero shoot web from his ass of all places, it's just a bit of artistic license, happens all the time in movies, comics and whatnot.

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Here's a thought; how come nobody seemed to object to the symbiote's organic webbing?

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Seriously though, I can see where you're coming from. It does seem silly to have a superhero shoot web from his ass of all places, it's just a bit of artistic license, happens all the time in movies, comics and whatnot.
It's like asking why Wolverine's claws are on the back of his hands rather than his fingertips.

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Love those pics.

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Here's a thought; how come nobody seemed to object to the symbiote's organic webbing?
That's an alien entity.

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It's like asking why Wolverine's claws are on the back of his hands rather than his fingertips.
Because Wolverine, contrary to popular belief, was not bitten by a wolverine.

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Because Wolverine, contrary to popular belief, was not bitten by a wolverine.

it was a radioactive wolverine.


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That's an alien entity.
That should be even more disturbing.

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I despise organics, they add nothing to Spider-man...and they're disgusting.

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I despise organics, they add nothing to Spider-man...and they're disgusting.
They add relevance to the fact that a spider bit him. Most of his powers have little to do with spiders in particular, but if he has organic webbing, it makes the link between them stronger.

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They add relevance to the fact that a spider bit him. Most of his powers have little to do with spiders in particular, but if he has organic webbing, it makes the link between them stronger.
Relevance?

We don't need organic webbing to know Peter was bitten by a spider. How many people can wallcrawl, have super-agility, super-strength, super-reflexes and a spider-sense.

If anything the organic webbing is overkill and redundant.


Mechanical webshooters gives Parker the opportunity to contribute something to his superpowers using his book smarts, a mechanical weapon to counter villains with technology, the ability to alter his webbing formula to defeat villains (Rhino, Electro, Sandman, Mysterio), a constant example of how Parker's smarts are essential to Spider-man, an interesting analogy between spiders and human chemist/engineers, establishes Parker as one of the respectable minds of Marvel Universe, and makes Parker responsible for one of the coolest gadgets in comic books history.

But organics add relevance? Give me a break. They're just lazy, obvious, and uninspired.

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Relevance?

We don't need organic webbing to know Peter was bitten by a spider. How many people can wallcrawl, have super-agility, super-strength, super-reflexes and a spider-sense.
Pretty much every single person in the Marvel Universe.

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Relevance?

We don't need organic webbing to know Peter was bitten by a spider. How many people can wallcrawl, have super-agility, super-strength, super-reflexes and a spider-sense.
Even though it's called "spider-sense" it really has nothing to do with spiders. I've never heard of any study that concluded spiders have a highly-developed sixth sense.

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Mechanical webshooters gives Parker the opportunity to contribute something to his superpowers using his book smarts, a mechanical weapon to counter villains with technology, the ability to alter his webbing formula to defeat villains (Rhino, Electro, Sandman, Mysterio), a constant example of how Parker's smarts are essential to Spider-man, an interesting analogy between spiders and human chemist/engineers, establishes Parker as one of the respectable minds of Marvel Universe, and makes Parker responsible for one of the coolest gadgets in comic books history.
That's a good argument for mechanical web-shooters. At the same time, there are plenty of opportunities in stories for Peter to display his intelligence.

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But organics add relevance? Give me a break. They're just lazy, obvious, and uninspired.
Did someone with organic web-shooters kill your parents?

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Subtract spider-sense and:

Let's face it; the only significant thing that separates a spider from the rest of the insect kingdom IS webs. Without webbing, he could just as well be called Bug-Man.

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They're just lazy, obvious, and uninspired.
Some would argue the same about mechs.

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Even though it's called "spider-sense" it really has nothing to do with spiders. I've never heard of any study that concluded spiders have a highly-developed sixth sense.
Didn't the scientist in the movie claim they were genetically altered to have some sort of reflexes that were so fast that they bordered on precognition. So it wasn't really that the spiders had the abilities.

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