Michael Keaton is one of the major reasons the film turns out to be what it is. He balances it out, if Peter is goofy, Adrian is no nonsense and menacing. When he turns into The Vulture, he is a scene stealer, his voice, demeanor, mannerism, aura works wonders for the film. Like I mentioned above that one scene in a car was the highlight of the film for me. While he does all those dreadful activities, somewhere in your heart, you still feel for him.

Jacob Batalon as Ned, Peter’s best friend plays a perfect sidekick and often raises laughter quotient in the film. Marisa Tomei as Aunt May is as hot as she is talented and makers have played to that in the film. No wonder Tony Stark wanted to know if she’s wearing something ‘skimpy’. Other actors be it Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, Zendaya as Michelle and Laura Harrier as Liz give able support.

And what can I say about the truly invincible Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr. The more I say about his screen presence and acting ability, will be an insult to one of the world’s biggest stars. He is charismatic, enigmatic, majestic and charming.  Also read:  Spider-Man’s tribute to Shah Rukh Khan will drive away your Monday blues – Watch video

When Spider-Man debuted in Amazing Fantasy #15 back in 1962, he was an absolute hit. Readers simply couldn’t get enough of the character; and so a legend was born. With such a popular character, it wasn’t terribly surprising when the first Spider-Man movie was announced. Generally speaking, it was only a matter of time until someone took the web-slinger to the big screen, and with director Sam Raimi at the helm, audiences were excited to see the results. Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 are generally considered fantastic superhero movies, but Spider-Man 3 killed any chances for a fourth installment.

More than anything, including the incredibly ridiculous dance sequence, Spider-Man 3 is known for screwing up the portrayal of Spider-Man’s deadliest foe, Venom. Ever since his first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #300, Venom cemented himself not only one of Spider-Man’s most dangerous adversaries, but as one of the coolest and most highly regarded villains in comic books.

Before Venom came along, there hadn’t quite been characters like him. Venom’s general uniqueness, both in appearance and personality, set the stage for the character’s success over a number of years. The cinematic version of Venom failed fans on multiple levels. The casting choice left a lot to be desired, as Topher Grace looked nothing like Eddie Brock from the comics, and the characterization of Venom was pretty awful. Rather than sinister and intimidating, he came across as whiny, jealous, and small.

The relationship between Tony Stark and Peter Parker began the way most great romances do: They hated each other. It's true. Long before the pair developed the charming rapport they exhibit in this weekend's Spider-Man: Homecoming , Iron Man and Spider-Man met in Marvel Team-Up #9's "The Tomorrow War!" It was 1973 and when Tony first encountered Peter his greeting was "I don't need your help, web-head." (Charming.) Spider-Man, not having it, responded with "Yeah? You were doing real great by yourself, chum." To say sparks were flying would be an overstatement.

Actually, the great bromance between Spidey and Shellhead is largely a construction of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though they've flown through each others' lives for nearly four decades in the comics, they've never been pals—at least not like the ones portrayed in last year's Captain America: Civil War and now in Homecoming . Though they often agree to fight baddies together, they rarely ever rely on each other. And even though by their second encounter in 1976's Marvel Team-Up #48 Spidey has moved on to at least thanking Iron Man for saving his tail, he still ends the exchange with "you can go stuff it !"

But hey, not everyone gets into superhero-ing to make friends. Anyone whose read a comic or seen a comic-book movie knows that. At least in the case of Stark and Parker they're as good at teaming up as they are at bickering. And if Spider-Man: Homecoming proves anything it's that Marvel's onscreen universe is always expanding and making room for Tony to pick fights with his pals, so there's still time for him and Peter to duke it out one day. Though hopefully he won't have to reboot his brain once it's over.

When Spider-Man's body began to mutate further he sought out the help of Dr. Mariah Crawford who gave him what she believed to be a cure. However, it accelerated the changes and he grew four extra arms, for a total of eight limbs, six arms and two legs. Peter still felt he needed to capture Michael Morbius , and then the Punisher arrived to kill Spider-Man, believing the media. Spider-Man eventually mutated further into a creature dubbed "Man Spider".

Man Spider had feelings from Peter but seemed to possess little, if any, of Peter's memories. Man Spider continued searching out Morbius while fighting the Punisher. Dr. Crawford then asked out her boyfriend Kraven the Hunter to find Man Spider, who also tangled with Punisher. Punisher was eventually captured by Man Spider and taken to the World Trade Center parking garage. Kraven followed the mutated hero there and was able to administer another cure, this time reversing the effects. The nightmare was not over however. Spider-Man would have to continually see Dr. Curt Connors to stop the mutation, sometimes the arms would begin to grow again.

Peter continued to deal with the mutation and had to use the Neogenic Recombinator to stop it. Eventually, Vulture used his youth-stealing technology on Spider-Man and accidentally got contracted the problem. Vulture began to mutate and sought out Curt Connors and Farley Stillwell . The two restored Spider-Man's youth but left the mutation in Vulture.

Michael Keaton is one of the major reasons the film turns out to be what it is. He balances it out, if Peter is goofy, Adrian is no nonsense and menacing. When he turns into The Vulture, he is a scene stealer, his voice, demeanor, mannerism, aura works wonders for the film. Like I mentioned above that one scene in a car was the highlight of the film for me. While he does all those dreadful activities, somewhere in your heart, you still feel for him.

Jacob Batalon as Ned, Peter’s best friend plays a perfect sidekick and often raises laughter quotient in the film. Marisa Tomei as Aunt May is as hot as she is talented and makers have played to that in the film. No wonder Tony Stark wanted to know if she’s wearing something ‘skimpy’. Other actors be it Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, Zendaya as Michelle and Laura Harrier as Liz give able support.

And what can I say about the truly invincible Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr. The more I say about his screen presence and acting ability, will be an insult to one of the world’s biggest stars. He is charismatic, enigmatic, majestic and charming.  Also read:  Spider-Man’s tribute to Shah Rukh Khan will drive away your Monday blues – Watch video

Michael Keaton is one of the major reasons the film turns out to be what it is. He balances it out, if Peter is goofy, Adrian is no nonsense and menacing. When he turns into The Vulture, he is a scene stealer, his voice, demeanor, mannerism, aura works wonders for the film. Like I mentioned above that one scene in a car was the highlight of the film for me. While he does all those dreadful activities, somewhere in your heart, you still feel for him.

Jacob Batalon as Ned, Peter’s best friend plays a perfect sidekick and often raises laughter quotient in the film. Marisa Tomei as Aunt May is as hot as she is talented and makers have played to that in the film. No wonder Tony Stark wanted to know if she’s wearing something ‘skimpy’. Other actors be it Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, Zendaya as Michelle and Laura Harrier as Liz give able support.

And what can I say about the truly invincible Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr. The more I say about his screen presence and acting ability, will be an insult to one of the world’s biggest stars. He is charismatic, enigmatic, majestic and charming.  Also read:  Spider-Man’s tribute to Shah Rukh Khan will drive away your Monday blues – Watch video

When Spider-Man debuted in Amazing Fantasy #15 back in 1962, he was an absolute hit. Readers simply couldn’t get enough of the character; and so a legend was born. With such a popular character, it wasn’t terribly surprising when the first Spider-Man movie was announced. Generally speaking, it was only a matter of time until someone took the web-slinger to the big screen, and with director Sam Raimi at the helm, audiences were excited to see the results. Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 are generally considered fantastic superhero movies, but Spider-Man 3 killed any chances for a fourth installment.

More than anything, including the incredibly ridiculous dance sequence, Spider-Man 3 is known for screwing up the portrayal of Spider-Man’s deadliest foe, Venom. Ever since his first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #300, Venom cemented himself not only one of Spider-Man’s most dangerous adversaries, but as one of the coolest and most highly regarded villains in comic books.

Before Venom came along, there hadn’t quite been characters like him. Venom’s general uniqueness, both in appearance and personality, set the stage for the character’s success over a number of years. The cinematic version of Venom failed fans on multiple levels. The casting choice left a lot to be desired, as Topher Grace looked nothing like Eddie Brock from the comics, and the characterization of Venom was pretty awful. Rather than sinister and intimidating, he came across as whiny, jealous, and small.

Michael Keaton is one of the major reasons the film turns out to be what it is. He balances it out, if Peter is goofy, Adrian is no nonsense and menacing. When he turns into The Vulture, he is a scene stealer, his voice, demeanor, mannerism, aura works wonders for the film. Like I mentioned above that one scene in a car was the highlight of the film for me. While he does all those dreadful activities, somewhere in your heart, you still feel for him.

Jacob Batalon as Ned, Peter’s best friend plays a perfect sidekick and often raises laughter quotient in the film. Marisa Tomei as Aunt May is as hot as she is talented and makers have played to that in the film. No wonder Tony Stark wanted to know if she’s wearing something ‘skimpy’. Other actors be it Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, Zendaya as Michelle and Laura Harrier as Liz give able support.

And what can I say about the truly invincible Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr. The more I say about his screen presence and acting ability, will be an insult to one of the world’s biggest stars. He is charismatic, enigmatic, majestic and charming.  Also read:  Spider-Man’s tribute to Shah Rukh Khan will drive away your Monday blues – Watch video

When Spider-Man debuted in Amazing Fantasy #15 back in 1962, he was an absolute hit. Readers simply couldn’t get enough of the character; and so a legend was born. With such a popular character, it wasn’t terribly surprising when the first Spider-Man movie was announced. Generally speaking, it was only a matter of time until someone took the web-slinger to the big screen, and with director Sam Raimi at the helm, audiences were excited to see the results. Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 are generally considered fantastic superhero movies, but Spider-Man 3 killed any chances for a fourth installment.

More than anything, including the incredibly ridiculous dance sequence, Spider-Man 3 is known for screwing up the portrayal of Spider-Man’s deadliest foe, Venom. Ever since his first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #300, Venom cemented himself not only one of Spider-Man’s most dangerous adversaries, but as one of the coolest and most highly regarded villains in comic books.

Before Venom came along, there hadn’t quite been characters like him. Venom’s general uniqueness, both in appearance and personality, set the stage for the character’s success over a number of years. The cinematic version of Venom failed fans on multiple levels. The casting choice left a lot to be desired, as Topher Grace looked nothing like Eddie Brock from the comics, and the characterization of Venom was pretty awful. Rather than sinister and intimidating, he came across as whiny, jealous, and small.

The relationship between Tony Stark and Peter Parker began the way most great romances do: They hated each other. It's true. Long before the pair developed the charming rapport they exhibit in this weekend's Spider-Man: Homecoming , Iron Man and Spider-Man met in Marvel Team-Up #9's "The Tomorrow War!" It was 1973 and when Tony first encountered Peter his greeting was "I don't need your help, web-head." (Charming.) Spider-Man, not having it, responded with "Yeah? You were doing real great by yourself, chum." To say sparks were flying would be an overstatement.

Actually, the great bromance between Spidey and Shellhead is largely a construction of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though they've flown through each others' lives for nearly four decades in the comics, they've never been pals—at least not like the ones portrayed in last year's Captain America: Civil War and now in Homecoming . Though they often agree to fight baddies together, they rarely ever rely on each other. And even though by their second encounter in 1976's Marvel Team-Up #48 Spidey has moved on to at least thanking Iron Man for saving his tail, he still ends the exchange with "you can go stuff it !"

But hey, not everyone gets into superhero-ing to make friends. Anyone whose read a comic or seen a comic-book movie knows that. At least in the case of Stark and Parker they're as good at teaming up as they are at bickering. And if Spider-Man: Homecoming proves anything it's that Marvel's onscreen universe is always expanding and making room for Tony to pick fights with his pals, so there's still time for him and Peter to duke it out one day. Though hopefully he won't have to reboot his brain once it's over.

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