r/gifs Jan 22 '22 Silver 13 Helpful 4 Wholesome 14

Nowhere, Kansas Rule 3: Better suited to video

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u/BodyACanvas Jan 22 '22

He is clearly in the middle of nowhere helping Courage with all the creepy things that happen in nowhere

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u/feureau Jan 22 '22

He better return that fuckin' slab STAT!

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u/deliciousprisms Jan 22 '22

the man in gauze the man in gauze

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u/Fenastus Jan 22 '22

KING RAMSESSSSSS

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u/mupetmower Jan 22 '22

God I can hear it so clearly. What an odd and beautiful show.

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u/RaynSideways Jan 22 '22

WHAT'S YER OFFER?

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u/Tr0nathan Jan 22 '22

Just think "the tick..." The webslinger can jump preeeety far.

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u/Tr0nathan Jan 22 '22

Lotso hops...

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u/HammerAnAnvil Jan 23 '22

"the life of the super hero is a lonely one filled with hardship and danger, the few who answer the call must leave comfort, safety and often sanity behind, but someone's got to stand the heat and stay in the kitchen! someone's gotta dawn the oven mitts of all that right and strangle the red hot throat of all that's wrong. this is that someone's story... hey a bus!"

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u/brando56894 Jan 22 '22

Stupid dog!

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u/PlsCrit Jan 22 '22

YA MADE ME LOOK BAD!

No, Eustice, you did that to yourself 😂

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u/KommieKon Jan 22 '22

OOGA BOOGA BOOGA!

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u/gmanz33 Jan 22 '22

MURIEEEEL

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u/Tru-Queer Jan 22 '22

HiI’mMuriel,I’monly3andahalfyears olllld!

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u/mikorbu Jan 22 '22

MORE MAHCAROHNEEEEeeEeEee

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u/Adze95 Jan 22 '22

WHO ARE YOOOOOOU!?

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u/DrunkBoiOnline Jan 22 '22

The things I do for love

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u/deliciousprisms Jan 22 '22

cripples Eustace by pushing him from a tower window

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u/D0NW0N Jan 22 '22

All hail. Bran the broken. First of his name, leader of the SIX kingdoms.

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u/Kahlenar Jan 22 '22

Helping Ajak

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u/AGeneralDischarge Jan 22 '22

insert random Muriel scream here

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u/sl600rt Jan 22 '22

That's it. I'm getting me mallet.

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u/GrinningPariah Jan 22 '22

I dunno, he still has super strength, super-reflexes, and a range grapple attack. He just needs, like, a motorcycle.

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u/martianinahumansbody Jan 22 '22

He can still run very fast and unlimited stamina. Even a bicycle he could probably hit a pretty fast speed

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u/BigPorch Jan 22 '22

He could just use the highest gear on a bike and he’d be flying

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u/SnuggleMuffin42 Jan 22 '22

With his super reflextes he can ride a bike at 150mph all the time with no issue. Worst case you fix things with you web.

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u/martianinahumansbody Jan 22 '22

Plus his Spidey powers means he's happy catching bugs in his teeth

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u/mylifeintopieces1 Jan 22 '22

Or he could dodge them with inhumane speed.

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u/martianinahumansbody Jan 22 '22

Or he could dodge them with inhumane speed.

A crime against humanity

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u/Inferno_Sparky Jan 22 '22

Like his namesake, Spider-Man's strength and agility stand far above those of the average human, allowing him to lift nearly ten tons and to leap and move at incredible speeds with high accuracy.

Much humanity

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u/Iredditfromwork Jan 22 '22

I feel like he’s destroy the drive train on any bike pretty quick.

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u/The_Meatyboosh Jan 22 '22

Wait a sec. He's just Captain America with a 6th sense.

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u/Oreo_ Jan 22 '22

Well kinda except way smarter and waaaaaaay stronger.

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u/markiv_hahaha Jan 22 '22

Minus America's ass

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u/martianinahumansbody Jan 22 '22

Did you not see Tobey's stunt butt when he was in the wrestling ring?

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u/The_Meatyboosh Jan 22 '22

Right, but that isn't a power, that's just Pete.

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u/Zinski Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 23 '22

That's actually his only powers.

Aren't the web things just like wrist devices depending on the Canon

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u/Iredditfromwork Jan 22 '22

Yep. Toby’s has web as a power. Garfield, Holland, and the 90’s cartoon all use web tech.

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u/Tridian Jan 23 '22

Waaaaaay stronger definitely is a power.

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u/The_Paniom Jan 22 '22

Runs very fast and unlimited stamina = Captain America.

Now all super heroes are Captain America, what have you done?!

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u/UltraD00d Jan 22 '22

And spandex.

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u/Jh0nNY_-B0y Jan 22 '22

How does unlimited stamina work? That would mean Spiderman doesn't need to eat,drink or even breathe. Also where is this infinite amount of energy coming from? If he actually did possess an infinite amount of energy, shouldn't that make him the strongest being in the universe?

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u/martianinahumansbody Jan 22 '22

Practically unlimited I guess I should say. The fact he can swing across a city, then get into a long fight right away means it's really super high.

Riding a bike would be easy

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u/Sumirei Jan 22 '22

im assuming its like flash, he needs to eat A LOT and its not unlimited just extremely high

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u/jpritchard Jan 22 '22

There's no way Peter Parker can afford to eat a lot.

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u/BeriAlpha Jan 22 '22

Just chugging gallons of cooking oil.

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u/Erkkiberkki- Jan 22 '22

Idk I guess he is a nuclear reactor?

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u/SuperWeskerSniper Jan 22 '22

His stamina isn’t actually infinite, just much higher than a normal human being. He has gotten exhausted before in fights in comics, like when he fought Morlun

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u/budbutler Jan 22 '22

so what we really need to do is force him to run on a hamster wheel attached to the energy grid.

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u/[deleted] Jan 23 '22

He can jump like fuck and run fast. So he sprints, jumps and then shoots his web at the ground as far as he can, then pull himself along real quick, jump on landing and repeat.

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u/Jason1143 Jan 22 '22

He just needs to learn how to Tf2 grapple boost on the ground.

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u/Roflrofat Jan 22 '22

Spider-Man but it’s John wick

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u/Xanvial Jan 22 '22

Like that motorcycle for The Flash

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u/Holuratiusino Jan 22 '22

I think you're right. Thanks for the memories

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u/voltran1995 Jan 22 '22

This is why Japanese Spiderman is the best, he has a motorcycle and a giant mech, and he introduces himself as "emessary from hell, Spiderman"

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u/jfpotts66 Jan 22 '22

Actually he could theoretically fly, spiders do it all the time. It is called ballooning and all he would need is wind and alot of space like, nowhere Kansas.

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u/thereisaguy Jan 22 '22

Midwest Kamen Rider

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u/veritaszak Jan 22 '22

Also… we have trees in the middle of nowhere…

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u/TheBunkerKing Jan 22 '22

Yeah the web isn't a part of his powers. He'd just have different transportation and would fight in a more normal superhero way. If he was from Kansas, maybe he'd be The Amazing Corn-Fucker Man or something.

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u/jesslizann Jan 22 '22

Nah he could make himself a little web parachute and fly away, like the spider babies in Charlotte's Web.

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u/LeonardGhostal Jan 22 '22 Silver Helpful

Hopefully the criminals are this wayy

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u/Federal_Status Jan 22 '22

Ahaha, that's a good one.

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u/A_Few_Kind_Words Jan 22 '22

"Solving crime... Wherever I may be that day!"

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u/ncopp Jan 22 '22

Oh shit a tornadooooo

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u/SomeKindaRobot Jan 22 '22

Maybe in this kind of environment he takes after the trapdoor spider. Imagine after he spends a little bit of time out there the entire country side is sitting on top of a huge underground network of tunnels. Out of necessity he has to adopt guerilla warfare style tactics, making hit and run attacks and luring his enemies into web covered murder holes. Like Home Alone, with more arachnophobia.

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u/jesslizann Jan 22 '22

Your comment sounds like it was inspired by the cinematic classic "Eight Legged Freaks"

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u/Ardent_Gunner Jan 22 '22

That movie was truly cinematic perfection

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u/Goldenpather Jan 22 '22

This Viet Cong Spidey sounds lit. Liberating the American people.

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u/Irishpanda1971 Jan 22 '22

A little web in his bedroom that says “SOME PIG”

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u/BassSounds Jan 22 '22

Wrong universe. That's Spider-Pig, but, he does live on a farm.

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u/PiesRLife Jan 22 '22

No relation to Spider-Ham?

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u/HoleyerThanThou Jan 22 '22

Hopefully the emergency is down wind.

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u/DrSmirnoffe Jan 22 '22

To be fair, a web-parachute/web-hangglider would be pretty cool. Though with that said, if he wants to make the most of it, he'd probably need the assistance of a sidekick who can manipulate wind. Which could make for an interesting dynamic.

I'm not a Marvel expert, so I'll ask you guys: other than Ororo Munroe (Storm from the X-Men), are there any existing heroes with wind-based superpowers?

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u/Egregorious Jan 22 '22

Anyone that's played Just Cause can tell you you don't need a sidekick to do that properly. All you need is a universe in which physics is only vaguely defined.

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u/joshi38 Jan 22 '22

What are you talking about? Are you saying I can't completely avoid fall damage by shooting a retractable grapple hook into the the ground?

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u/stabbyGamer Jan 22 '22

That depends on how many buildings you’ve blown up in service of toppling an iron-fisted dictator of some description.

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

If anybody survives, the dictator wins.

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u/cATSup24 Jan 22 '22

Can't be a dictator if there's nobody to dictate.
*taps forehead*

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u/slayerx1779 Jan 22 '22

I love that the solution to slamming into the ground at high speed is to hit the ground slightly faster.

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u/Bobyyyyyyyghyh Jan 22 '22

Fall damage only hurts you if it wasn't on purpose

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u/DrSmirnoffe Jan 22 '22

It would still be cool if this alternate Spidey worked best with an airbending sidekick. It'd also open up potential for conflict and complications when "Glider Spidey" doesn't have his sidekick around to bring out his full potential, leading to some interesting conundrums that Spidey has to solve solo. Maybe "Sirocco" is in a bind at the mercy of the Info Warrior, and Glider Spidey needs to rely on natural thermals in order to glide his way over to save Sirocco.

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u/QuantumTunnels Jan 22 '22

Banshee. But it would be pretty noisy hehehe.

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u/Snizl Jan 22 '22

A hang glider isnt really dependent on horizontal wind directions, except for the start. It's something that you need to watch out for around edges, and can be an issue when its too strong, but you can fly either direction regardless, since you technically are just falling in a forward+downward motion. What matters more are upward winds, without which you can not stay in the air for too long. In those upward winds you are still technically falling, leading to the forward motion. You are just falling slower than you are rising.

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u/northyj0e Jan 22 '22

In those upward winds you are still technically falling, leading to the forward motion. You are just falling slower than you are rising.

If you have >0 velocity upwards, surely you're not falling at all?

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u/Mazzaroppi Jan 22 '22

Everything is falling all the time.

Some things just manage to also go up at the same time, for a bit more than they are falling

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u/bergerwfries Jan 22 '22

I think he's right if you think about it in terms of air speed and ground speed.

When you're gliding, even if the wind is carrying you upward relative to the ground, you are consistently falling relative to the wind.

When piloting a plane, it's easy to know your air speed, and you need to add/subtract the prevailing winds to find your ground speed

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u/i_bent_my_wookiee Jan 22 '22

You could have Pietro Maximoff run really fast and Spidey can get caught in the slipstream...

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u/jej218 Jan 22 '22

I just realized he has an Italian first name and a Russian last name. Shouldn't it be Pyotr?

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u/brando56894 Jan 22 '22

I don't think Wanda is Russian either haha.

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u/jej218 Jan 22 '22

I looked it up and it's polish.

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u/Mazzaroppi Jan 22 '22

Sokovia is between Italy and Russia

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u/Altruistic_Item238 Jan 22 '22

Wouldn't need to, just shoot another web parachute and swing on then like anything else

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u/MadroxKran Jan 22 '22

There's a wind person in a Chinese super team. Nobody nearby to Spider-Man, I don't think.

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u/ncopp Jan 22 '22

He could keep webbing trees and stuff to keep him moving where he wants to go. Kind of like Just Cause like the guy below mentioned

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u/GrinGrintharl Jan 22 '22 edited Jan 27 '22

If by “wind-based” you mean those able to manipulate the winds, you can include Thor and his analogues, like Thunderstrike and Beta Ray Bill. There was also a short-lived New Mutants character called Wind Dancer.

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u/tbo1992 Jan 23 '22

Well Flash can create tornados by running or moving his hands really fast, so maybe Pietro, or another marvel speedster?

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u/unctuous_homunculus Jan 22 '22

I was coming to say that from what I have read there is precedent for this. Some spiders are very adaptive to using thier little paragliders. If he could shoot a web that would expand and catch a thermal to pull him up, he could essentially navigate like a parachutist. It would require a weirdly big chute, but you see the same kind of concept with parasurfing. He'd just be kind of screwed of there wasn't any wind.

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u/zenith1297 Jan 22 '22

In addition with the parachute he could web the ground and pull for directional movement

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u/bannysexdang Jan 22 '22

When I was bored in middle school, I searched up my town’s name on deviant art and the only result was a comic some kids had made for art class based on this exact joke.

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u/forkinsoup Jan 23 '22

That's cute

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u/WhereDreamsGoIWander Jan 22 '22

Midwest Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive jumping spider. Now all he does is flail his arms in the air whenever he sees a cute girl.

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u/HCJohnson Jan 22 '22

Bitten by a radioactive cave cricket. Now he's Cricketman.

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u/EusebiaGoldstein Jan 22 '22

Good ole rickety Cricketman

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u/bittoxic00 Jan 22 '22

He would just let that web pull him on the wind

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u/TENTAtheSane Jan 22 '22

TIL i was born by a radioactive jumping spider in my childhood

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u/altnumberfour Jan 22 '22

born by a radioactive jumping spider

On the internet no one knows you're a radioactive jumping spider

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u/DonkDonkerson Jan 22 '22

they have a car commercial out that's basically this premise to promote No Way Home

https://youtu.be/U4j03-q8-z8

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u/Cranyx Jan 22 '22

Wasn't this already kind of a gag in Homecoming?

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u/Theoretical_Action Jan 22 '22

Yeah with him running through a neighborhood going "this SUCKS" lol

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u/DuplexFields Jan 22 '22

A full scene/sequence which was also a callback to Ferris Beuller’s Day Off. God, what a fun and fresh movie that was.

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u/TheNoxx Jan 22 '22

Shoulda done a call-back to the old school comics where they addressed this.

They gave him a spider-van. Not kidding. And I think a dune-buggy thing at one point, too.

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u/doitforthepeople Jan 22 '22

There's a Spider Buggy in Marvel Lego so this checks out.

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u/DonkDonkerson Jan 22 '22

It's been a while since I watched it so I have no idea

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u/Cranyx Jan 22 '22

I watched the MCU Spider-Man movies for the first time last month, and it happened when Peter had to leave the party at Batman's house, but they lived in the suburbs so he had to just sprint through golf courses and people's back yards.

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u/ThroatTroglodyte Jan 22 '22

I know you’re referring to Michael Keaton but lololol

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u/kobie Jan 22 '22

So, it wasn't a crossover?

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/Jiggyx42 Jan 22 '22

Which had a reference to Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye

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u/AardvarkHoliday Jan 22 '22

Birdman?

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

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u/AardvarkHoliday Jan 22 '22

Gotcha. Keaton also has a role where he plays “Birdman” but I didn’t understand that reference.

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u/waitingtodiesoon Jan 22 '22

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u/pyrojackelope Jan 23 '22

I like how they did this nice looking commercial with a big name actor and everything, and then used halloween decoration webs on the bad guys at the end.

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u/feureau Jan 22 '22

Wait, was that car actually in NWH?

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u/ribosometronome Jan 22 '22

I think it’s the car Happy was driving.

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u/samthewisetarly Jan 22 '22

Can't have a friendly neighborhood Spider Man without neighbors

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u/PeeIsHealthy Jan 22 '22

Wouldn't it be pretty easy to figure out his identity in a small town in the middle of nowhere?

Ah you mean Pete, yea he left his sticky goo on my lawn again. Tell your kid to stop that.

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u/JamesUpton87 Jan 22 '22

I was so happy Homecoming actually had a scene like this.

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u/Emsavio Jan 22 '22

I was kind of angry at that scene because Spider-Man also has super speed, at least faster than Captain America. But that was just played off as a joke and they just made him run off like some normal teenager.

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u/Admiral_obvious13 Jan 22 '22

MCU Spider-Man is clearly not all that fast, at least not yet. He barely even had spider sense in Homecoming but we've seen how that's developed.

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u/Emsavio Jan 22 '22

Spider Sense is a new ability he's got to learn. Running because his muscles have changed to superhuman shouldn't be something he "unlocks" later on.

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u/Fyrestorm422 Jan 22 '22

A normal teenager that easily cleared fences with minimal effort and ran through several more while barely noticing it

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u/PlanetStealthy Jan 22 '22

yeah. I hate how he's crazy fast and can jump really really high, yet those abilities are overlooked in live-action.

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u/CyborgChicken Jan 22 '22

One of the newer cartoons has Spidey and his 2 other spidey-pals (I dunno their names) and they regularly shoot web off screen into nothing and swing away. Its a kid show, its fine, but also hilarious!

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u/KristinnK Jan 22 '22

Spidey and his Amazing Friends. My kid loves that show. And yes, it's like minimum once per episode that they shoot their webs high over the suburbs, or a park, or a lake like it's the most natural thing there is.

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u/oograh Jan 22 '22

Spiderman does go to Kansas at one point in the comics. My hometown actually. They just draw the town with a bunch of skyscrapes anyway. There are not any skyscrapers in that town. At all. There are a couple water towers,though.

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u/worthrone11160606 Jan 22 '22

Of course they do lol

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u/ITfreely Jan 22 '22

https://i.imgur.com/4BJ8Rbn.jpg

Scarlet spider is making it work in Houston

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u/Cool-Sage Jan 22 '22

The scarlet spider’s life is so tragic

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u/Extreme_pov Jan 22 '22

One day I hope we get some maximum clonage saga on the big screen.

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u/nowhereman136 Jan 22 '22

This is why he has The Spider-Mobile

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u/Shadows802 Jan 22 '22

I think spider-bike suits his style better.

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u/Woodie626 Jan 22 '22

I'm told creepy stuff happens in Nowhere

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u/WhereAreDosDroidekas Jan 22 '22

ITS UP TO COURAGE!

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u/skyace Jan 22 '22

Stupid dog! You made me look bad!

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u/Yankees3Fan7 Jan 22 '22

OOGA BOOGA BOOGA

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u/DrakeVonDrake Jan 22 '22

Stupid dog! You made me look bad!

TO SAVE HIS NEW HOME!

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u/iqbalides Jan 22 '22

Time to bring out the fact that Spider-Man can run up to 200mph.

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u/DuplexFields Jan 22 '22

Dude would basically be classic Superboy with “single bounds” instead of flight, without the eyeball powers.

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u/iqbalides Jan 22 '22

Yeah he would be about the same strength as well.

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u/whiteflour1888 Jan 22 '22

Ballooning, sometimes called kiting, is a process by which spiders, and some other small invertebrates, move through the air by releasing one or more gossamer threads to catch the wind, causing them to become airborne at the mercy of air currents and electric fields. A 2018 study concluded that electric fields provide enough force to lift spiders in the air, and possibly elicit ballooning behavior.[1][2] This is primarily used by spiderlings to disperse; however, larger individuals have been observed doing so as well. The spider climbs to a high point and takes a stance with its abdomen to the sky, releasing fine silk threads from its spinneret until it becomes aloft. Journeys achieved vary from a few metres to hundreds of kilometres. Even atmospheric samples collected from balloons at five kilometres altitude and ships mid-ocean have reported spider landings. Ballooning can be dangerous (due to predators, and due to the unpredictable nature of long-distance ballooning, which may bring individuals to an unfavorable environment).

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u/country2poplarbeef Jan 22 '22

"What's that? It looks like a bomb just went off on the Eastside..." licks finger and sticks it into the air "... Well, I guess it's not your lucky day." The man in red and blue pajamas fades off slowly into the sunset.

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u/clouddevourer Jan 22 '22

Is /r/retiredgif still a thing

Edit: seems like it's kinda dead unfortunately

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u/CanAlwaysBeBetter Jan 22 '22

It's not dead, just retired

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u/clouddevourer Jan 22 '22

(☞゚ヮ゚)☞

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u/rustedsandals Jan 22 '22

As a kid I used to think about what I would do if I got his powers and would think strategically about which buildings I would be able to swing from in Great Falls, Montana

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u/dogemasta117 Jan 22 '22

Spiderman: homestead

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u/desichica Jan 22 '22

Who is more useless?

  1. hawkeye out of arrows
  2. spiderman in kansas
  3. daredevil in a loud nightclub

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u/LupinThe8th Jan 22 '22

Hawkeye has shown he can use his bow as a staff and still fight pretty well.

Spidey is a superhuman who can still mess you up any number of ways.

Daredevil...would probably either go fetal on the ground in pain, or start bumping into walls. So he "wins", I think.

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u/ShortFuse Jan 22 '22

Spidey is a superhuman who can still mess you up any number of ways.

See: Marvel vs Capcom

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u/cubitoaequet Jan 22 '22

Spider Sting!

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u/Penguino13 Jan 22 '22

Daredevil can tune out stuff in crowded environments

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u/jpmoney2k1 Jan 22 '22

Yeah, Hawkeye without arrows is basically Black Widow, or even Winter Soldier lite.

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u/Meatslinger Jan 22 '22

Nah, he’d just adapt. Not all spiders use thread to abseil and ascend. He’d tunnel into the ground, hiding himself under a cover of foliage and dead leaves, but with a wide, thin web distributed across the surrounding territory. Then, when a villain steps into the perimeter, he feels their vibrations in the netting, leaps out, and drags them back down into his dark burrow to murder and consume them.

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u/tangcameo Jan 22 '22

Welcome to Saskatchewan, Peter.

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u/bolivar-shagnasty Jan 22 '22

He’s still fast and strong enough to rip people in half.

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u/Effehezepe Jan 22 '22

Not to be confused with his cousin, Dutch Spider-Man

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u/Similar_Radish8623 Jan 22 '22

Spider-Man: Can’t swing from home

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u/LazyKidd420 Jan 22 '22

Your friendly mid west spider man

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u/inzo07 Jan 22 '22

That's Nowhere.. and the only superhero is courage

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u/NNUfergs Jan 22 '22

Is that the house from The Rescuers Down Under?

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u/TheDJarbiter Jan 22 '22 hehehehe

DUTCH SPIDER-MAN! DUTCH SPIDER-MAN!

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u/BlazingDragon27 Jan 22 '22

Took me way to long to find this in the comments.

DUTCH SPIDERMAN

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u/MerryFelloWanderer Jan 22 '22

Isn't there a study or something about spiders using electromagnetic field of earth to basically wander around with their silk string?

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u/ignore_me_im_high Jan 22 '22

There are spiders that use the positive charge of particles in the air to fly by firing a strand of silk that is negatively charged into the air and it then pulls them along. Maybe Peter could make webbing that does the same.

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u/SpankAPlankton Jan 22 '22

Well, the problem is that he’s clearly in rural Kansas. There’s plenty of stuff to swing from in Kansas City.

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u/Johny_Silver_Hand Jan 22 '22

Is that Courage the Cowardly Dog's house?

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u/horrorkesh Jan 22 '22

Where is Muriel Eustace and courage

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u/CompetitiveCelery516 Jan 22 '22

I thought he swinged using the clouds

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u/thepwnydanza Jan 22 '22

Wouldn’t he just not use webbing though? Cause, like, homebody is still super strong and all that jazz

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u/JulesVega37 Jan 22 '22

This calls for the spider- mobile !

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u/ZachF8119 Jan 22 '22

Philadelphia based Spider-Man would have him slingshotting all over needing beefy arms.

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u/[deleted] Jan 22 '22

Everyone is less cool when they live in Nowhere, Kansas....

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u/hashtagsmcgee Jan 23 '22

If only he had a parachute, he could fly around endlessly by shooting his web at the ground just like with the grappling hook in Just Cause.

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u/Whispers_inthedark Jan 22 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Saw this post from r/natureismetal a few days ago. Spider-Man may be even cooler outside of New York!

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u/MadroxKran Jan 22 '22

This sort of happens in the comics. Ben Reilly, Peter Parker's clone, moves to Houston and works as the Scarlet Spider. He runs out of buildings to web onto a few times.

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u/DudFlabby Jan 22 '22

I was absurdly entertained by this.

Thank you.