Spiderman's Non organic Web Shooters

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  1. MC2Spiderman Registered

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    Hi all i know some people like the organic and some dont im half and half i like them both, i was wonderign could someone please post as many pics that you have of the web shooters that where never used, as id love to try and make one
     
  2. Spider-Fan83 with great power...

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  3. Chris Wallace LET'S DO A HEADCOUNT...

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    They weren't actually supposed to be the mechanical webshooters-i.e. they didn't contain a synthetc web fluid. They were supposed to be "web regulators" to help him control thr flow of the organic substance.
     
  4. TwilightPro101 ........

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    That's a nice touch :)
     
  5. Matt Murdock Registered

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    really? Wow i didn't even know that :spidey: :spidey:
     
  6. webhead731 I'm a photographer

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    I was okay with the Organic Webbing, but I kind of wanted to see webshooters.
     
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    Look at the device; no cartridge.:spidey:
     
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    By April 2002 I didn't care anymore. I just wanted to see :spidey: .
    I remember about a year or so ago I was at a family gathering & "Spider-Man" came on on TBS. I brought up how the organic webbing was such a major point of controversy when the film first went into production, to which my aunt replied,
    "So where do the webs come from, the suit?"
    "No, not really. He has these gadgets that he wears which shoot out an artificial web."
    "Oh. So they come out of the suit."
    She made the organics vs. webshooters debate sound even sillier than it already was.
     
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    I Seem To Recall There Being A 2-button Trigger, Though.
     
  11. cabel Registered

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    the web shooters were something I always wondered about. If Spidey's powers are genetic based, how is it that he got the wall crawling, the agility, the strength, the spider-sense, but not the webbing?
     
  12. The Kid AMERICA FTW

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    or extra eyes and arms and a thirst for plasma too.

    My guess is he developed only some of a spider's attributes and abilities and not all until he became man-spider.
     
  13. cryptic name No Limits

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    because it would have been weird to see webbing coming out of his ass, like a spider.
     
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    In the 60's maybe. But not in today's liberal age. A character who defecates any superhero substance would fit right into the current X-men comics.
     
  15. The Kid AMERICA FTW

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    oh my stars and garters

    please elaborate.
     
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    Green squidgy alien-thing, someone who pulls bones out of themselves, someone with lots of skin, a disembodied brain, someone who sheds skin etc etc.

    Lots of icky characters in X-men these days.
     
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    Why do these threads always come to this point?:spidey:
     
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    because it's so obvious. :)
     
  19. Chris Wallace LET'S DO A HEADCOUNT...

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    What? He's Spider-MAN. Some attributes obviously aren't going to transfer. He's not Patience Phillips. Saying that the webbing should come out of his butt is like saying he should crave liquefied fly guts & fear newspapers.
     
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    I'm not sure if spiders fear newspapers to be honest.
     
  21. Abaddon Watching

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    I would have liked to have seen the web regulators.
     
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    They should. A newspaper can kill a spider, is the point I was trying to make.:spidey:
     
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    They probably dropped them due to time constraints.
     
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    or their budget
     
  25. Chris Wallace LET'S DO A HEADCOUNT...

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    If it was a budgetary issue the bracelets would've never been made. I think they just felt that that was screen time that could be devoted to other things.
     

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