One day, Dee Dee is messing around in Dexter's lab (as per usual.) when she comes across a new invention of his; a radioactive ray emitter. She presses the button to activate it and watches the beam of pure radiation come to life in front of her. But then, a spider lowers itself into the ray, becoming seethed with high levels of radioactivity. The spider lands on her hand, bites her, grants her the powers, the usual origin story.
Dee Dee then becomes Spider-Woman (her costume would reflect Spider-Gwen's.) and begins to fight crime.
Meanwhile, at the lab, Dexter is testing out a brand new harness complete with mechanical tentacles designed to safely handle radioactive material. He tests the level of radiation that the arms can withstand in the same radioactive ray emitter that Dee Dee was messing with earlier. But something goes wrong and an explosion occurs, destroying the lab, Dexter's house, and killing Dexter and Dee Dee's parents.
Dexter survives, but when he awakens in the hospital, he finds that his mechanical arms have been fused to his body, and he goes mad, turning him into this reality's version of Doctor Octopus. He then dyes his hair from orange to black and changes his title from Boy Genius to Master Planner.
At this point, Spider-Woman's fights with Doc Ock are really nothing more than a sibling rivalry with the fate of Megaville at stake.
Basically, after he's sucked into the trans-dimensional probe created by Dexter's probe, Mac gets thrown into a parallel universe where the moral compass of everyone is flipped. This also happens to be the dimension where the Powerpunk Girls (they appeared in a single issue of the DC Powerpuff Girls comic series, and were supposed to appear in the TV show but never did 'cuz of the movie, tho, they have gotten insanely popular.), evil versions of the Powerpuff Girls, reside.
After stopping a mugging as Venom, Mac is confronted by Jomo Momo (this world's heroic version of Mojo Jojo.), who believes him to be a villain, but in the ensuing fight with Venom, Jomo realizes that Venom is a protector of good in spite of his monstrous appearance.
Jomo then takes Venom back to his lab and offers his assistance in any way possible to help fight crime. At Mac's request, Jomo gives him a drug which resets the Venom symbiote back to it's appearance when it possessed Spider-Man on Venom's home universe.
Mac then takes on the identity of Spider-Man and continues to fight crime, further earning the ire of the Powerpunk Girls and their creator, Oppressor Plutonium (an evil Professor Utonium.), who had monitored Mac's activites when he was Venom.
The girls confront Spider-Man and they fight to a standstill, what with Mac's hyper-reinforced strength proving enough to physically go toe-to-toe with Brute (the strongest Powerpunk and Buttercup's evil counterpart.).
Eventually, though, the Powerpunks wear out Spider-Man and bring him back to Oppressor Plutonium for experimentation. However, while scanning Spider-Man's brainwaves (as well as his memories.), the pain of being reminded of his past sins as both Venom and the Scorpion on his home universe causes Jomo's drug to burn out, causing the symbiote to revert back to Venom. Venom breaks loose and fights the Powerpunks head on, finally defeating all 3 of them single-handedly.
After cornering Oppressor Plutonium and threatening to eat him, Plutonium offers Venom a way to return back to his own reality, much to Mac's delight as he finally hopes that maybe he could be reunited with Buttercup. However, upon the portal being opened, Plutonium double-crosses Venom as he mixes up the time coordinates, sending Venom somewhere into the future...
Afterwards, Venom does indeed land in his home reality... more than 75 years after he had left. Arriving in Neo Townsville, Venom learns that he landed in the year 2099, which explains the flying cars and intricately designed buildings.
After a brief run-in with this time era's version of the Shocker, Carlyle Schultz, Venom gets into a confrontation with Powerpuffs 2099 (the current Powerpuff Girls group who are actually cybernetically-engineered clones of the original Powerpuff Girls.).
After a brief scuffle, they eventually come to an understanding when they witness Venom save a child from imminent death. Afterwards, the Powerpuffs take Venom to their mutual benefactor and ally, Spider-Man 2099.
After getting acquainted with the 4 future heroes, Venom gets wind that Kron Stone, the Scorpion of 2099, is on a rampage at Alchemax, trying to look for a way to turn him back into a human being. Venom and Scorpion fight, the latter not realizing that the former is actually is predecessor, and Scorpion, surprisingly gets the upper hand against Venom, mercilessly pummeling him. However, in the face of defeat, the symbiote actually grows a tail from it's back and Venom uses it to come back at Stone, mercilessly beating him into unconsciousness.
Basically, after this, Venom becomes the Lethal Protector as usual, fights more hardcore and dangerous villains, and deals with the complexity of having an unbreakable bond with they symbiote. Eventually, Mac will fall in love with Beatrice (Buttercup's clone and future counterpart.) and I will eventually have Mac die somehow to definitively conclude his story.
That maybe so but that's because there's so much lore that I think I can fit in.
I was thinking of devoting a couple of chapters in A Puff of Responsibility: Torment to a retelling of The Amazing Spider-Man #16, which would also mark the first chronological appearance of Daredevil into the A Puff of Responsibility-verse, as well as a couple in Homecoming to explain the events between Spider-Man's first encounter with Venom and his high school graduation, as well as how the Rowdyruff Boys broke out of prison after their defeat during Timestorm.
Basically, it's set a few years into the past (after Spider-Man's encounter with Kraven the Hunter but before his first fight with the Drago Vulture.). Peter, the Powerpuffs, and Professor Utonium are all going to see a carnival at the edge of Townsville. Matt Murdock, Foggy Nelson, and Karen Page are also in New York, trying to investigate a lead from a man framed by the Kingpin.
At the carnival, the Ringmaster (actually the resurrected Al Lusion from the original series' episode Abracadaver.) claims that Spider-Man might show up. Peter, wanting to surprise everyone, does, indeed show up as Spider-Man. But Al Lusion hypnotizes the entire crowd into becoming his mindless servants... minus Matt, who changes into Daredevil (still wearing his yellow costume.)
Daredevil confronts Al Lusion, but the undead magician dispatches Spider-Man, whom had also been hypnotized by the crowd, against the Man Without Fear. They fight, but they are too evenly well-matched. Al then sends the hypnotized Powerpuff Girls to aid Spider-Man against Daredevil.
Daredevil realizes that Al's hat is the source of his hypnosis. He then removes the hat and breaks the spell. The 5 heroes then team up against Al Lusion and shatter the parts of his body once again. Daredevil then thanks Spidey and the Powerpuffs for their aid against Al Lusion and bids farewell.
The other ideas I had were to detail some loose ends from A Puff of Responsibility in A Puff of Responsibility: Homecoming.
The first flashback, set around a year after Spider-Man's first fight with the original Venom and a couple of days before his high school graduation, chronicles Spider-Man's final days as Townsville's protector and his battle with Molten Man.
Peter and Blossom, just friends at this point as Peter broke up with her in order to protect Blossom and her family from the unwanted attentions of Spider-Man's enemies in case another villain like Goblin or Venom were to discover his identity, are gearing up for their high school graduation in a few days.
At around the same time, Peter and Professor Utonium go to see a private robotics demonstration (an early prototype of Spencer Smythe's Spider-Slayer.) being given by the latter's old friend Spencer Smythe (who will later appear in Torment.) and his son Alistair (who will later appear in Homecoming.). However, during the demonstration, Alistair's former friend and Spencer's former protege, Mark Raxton, bursts into the room, claiming that the metal used to create the robots was his and his alone, and that he wishes to sell it.
But in the ensuing struggle between Raxton and Smythe, the former is covered in the same alloy he had come to retrieve, turning him into Molten Man. Spider-Man soon arrives and fights Molten Man, but during the battle, Alistair is crushed by a piece of falling debris (he is crippled because of this, and this also sets up Spencer and Alistair's vendetta against Spider-Man in Torment and in Homecoming, for which they use their Spider-Slayers to fight him with.).
Molten Man escapes, and Spider-Man, after assisting Alistair to the hospital, gives chase. Eventually, Spider-Man finds Raxton, wearing a Chameleon-like disguise, robbing a jewelry store, they fight, but Spider-Man loses due to Molten Man's enhanced strength. Spider-Man gives chase again, this time their battle leading into a crowded subway station. Spider-Man finally defeats Molten Man by pouring steam from the pipes into the station, causing Molten Man to pass out (like how Spidey defeated the Rhino during their first encounter in Spectacular.). Spidey then leaves Molten Man, hogtied, for the authorities.
Days later, at the graduation ceremony, everyone gets their diplomas, and everyone celebrates. Peter soon learns that he had been accepted by Empire State University in his home city of New York.
As he bids farewell to the Utoniums, Aunt May, and Townsville as a whole (by fighting crime and spinning webs.), he shares a final kiss with Blossom (the both of them still having feelings for each other to one degree or another.). Peter then packs his things in the moving van and finally leaves Townsville to begin the trek back home.
The second flashback actually takes place before Spider-Man's first fight with Venom. This next set of chapters bascially detail how the Rowdyruff Boys escaped prison and how they decided to go after Spider-Man.
Basically, they were arrested in Timestorm (I'll tell ya about that epic later.) and sent to prison.
Flashforward to now, they've been hearing rumors of the alleged Spider-Man (they had never actually seen Spider-Man before.) who keeps putting away some of the older villains (like Mojo, the Amoeba Boys, the Gangreen Gang, etc.) and some of the newer villains as well (like the Vulture, Doc Ock, and Mysterio.).
They soon are met by Morris Bench, Hydro-Man, who was also defeated by Spider-Man recently. Eventually, though, the 4 criminals see that Herman Schultz, the Shocker, is arguing with Mandark, Mysterio, the guy who makes and hands out the weapons to the inmates, about the poor quality of his weapon which was given to him by Brick after he got it from Mandark. Eventually, a fight breaks out when Brick is dragged into the coversation, but it is soon broken up at the intervention of Jason Macendale, the Hobgoblin.
Macendale takes the Rowdyruff Boys under his wing, giving them proper training (something that Mojo and HIM neglected to do.) and also help them improve their volcabulary, and telling them about Spider-Man (really trying to manipulate them into fighting Spider-Man should they break out of prison.). Basically, Macendale kind of becomes their guardian. They even begin living in the same cell.
Eventually, when Green Goblin II (Princess Morbucks) comes to free the Sinister Six in order to embark on their vendetta against Spider-Man, most of the other prisoners escape, too. Macendale then reveals his Hobgoblin identity when he dons the costume and glider. After safely leading the Rowdyruff Boys to the outside of the prison, he says that this is where they part ways, but that they could always keep in touch. Hobgoblin then tells the Rowdyruff Boys that if they ever do meet Spider-Man, say "hi" for him, just as he flies off into the night sky, cackling.
Because, even though Blossom has superpowers, Peter won't allow it because of his moral conscience, and his unwillingness to let his double life harm those he loves most.
I know that Peter does get together with M.J. in Torment, and this, in retrospect this is kind of just a cop out to get him out of the relationship with Blossom, but it's the best, logical explanation I can come up with.
It's the best I've got. I actually want to address it at some point during Homecoming, maybe have M.J. and Blossom simultaneously call Peter a hypocrite or something. The whole thing would actually lead into Kraven's Last Hunt.
Exactly as it was in the comics, with only a couple minor differences;
Peter Parker begins feeling paranoid when Spencer Smythe shows off his 2nd generation Spider-Slayer at The Daily Bugle.
Meanwhile, a time-displaced terrorist from the future, Speed Demon, arrives into the present day, searching for a piece of technology to return him to his own present. Spider-Girl, a super-heroine from the not-to-distant future and Spider-Man's daughter, is pulled along with him during her fight with the villain. While stranded in the past, Spider-Girl saves Mary Jane Watson (her mother.) from being mugged and goes on her way.
Peter soon hears reports of a female Spider-Man fighting crime in the city, and leaves his class at Empire State University abruptly to confront this problem. As Spider-Man, he confronts Spider-Girl on a rooftop and they get into a brief scuffle. Spider-Girl ends up escaping, with Spider-Man following suit.
At the same time, Jonah Jameson and Spencer Smythe finally test out the Spider-Slayer for the first time, but instead of finding Spider-Man, the robot encounters Spider-Girl, fighting her instead. She then gets away just as Spider-Man comes in to fight the robot.
She later encounters Daredevil, who is still investigating Kingpin at this point in time. They also get into a fight when Daredevil realizes that this isn't Spider-Man. Spider-Girl, again, cuts and runs from the fight to regroup.
On the other side of town, Spider-Man finally defeats the Spider-Slayer by jamming the joints of it's limbs with webbing and goes to confront Spider-Girl once again.
Speed Demon, on the other hand, accidentally runs into Hell's Kitchen and encounters Daredevil, causing the 2 to get into a fight. Speed Demon escapes, leaving Daredevil to wonder if Spider-Girl and Speed Demon are working together.
Meanwhile, Spider-Man and Spider-Girl are fighting on the rooftop of a warehouse near the docks, the 2 of them being generally evenly matched with one another. Daredevil soon enters the fray and aids Spider-Man into attacking his female "counterpart". But when Daredevil brings up Speed Demon, Spider-Girl briefly manages to stop the fight long enough to explain that she was actually following Speed Demon from the future into the present. The 3 heroes then notice a glowing green light coming from the warehouse and go to investigate.
Upon arriving, the 3 do battle with Speed Demon, who tries to manipulate Spider-Girl into helping him as he is the only one who can bring her home. Spider-Girl, realizing that Speed Demon is right, tries to stop the offensive of Spider-Man and Daredevil, but Daredevil refuses to listen, believing that Spider-Girl is crazy, but Spider-Man, feeling a fatherly instinct, manages to hold Daredevil off long enough for Spider-Girl and Speed Demon to return to the future, but not before she calls Spidey "dad", leaving the present-day wall-crawler confused.
In the future, Spider-Girl and Speed Demon arrive in the exact same warehouse they departed from, only for the former to knock the latter unconscious as he had previously made a comment about her curvy body.
Basically, the only things that really change are that the circumstances of Spider-Girl's first encounter with her mother are changed, Spider-Man is in his college years, Daredevil takes the place of the Human Torch, and Spyral is replaced by Speed Demon.
Dennis Carradine's brother becomes the series' version of Crime-Master and forms a gang of criminals in order to get revenge on Spider-Man for murdering his brother. He kills Silvermane and gains hold of the crooks in his empire, further boosting his numbers.
His plots of trying to kill Spider-Man include luring him to buildings wired to explode, hiring super-villains to do the job, or just swarming Spidey with ordinary crooks.
Do her something like Francine Frye, the new Electro;
Basically, Betty Forest a wannabe criminal who idolizes super-villains. One night, she dresses up as (insert throwaway villain identity here.) who tries to rob a bank with a cap gun with the orange tip painted.
After robbing the bank, Betty tries to escape from the authorities, but is soon chased by Spider-Man. She then runs into an abandoned warehouse trying to get away from Spider-Man, but, in a fit of exhaustion, collapses on top of a bunch of canisters holding liquid nitrogen.
The nitrogen canisters are knocked into a bunch of unsafe electrical cords, which causes the nitrogen itself to be surged with electricity just as Betty is covered with the same liquid nitrogen leaking out of the containers.
An explosion occurs just as Spider-Man arrives. Assuming the worst, he leaves it to the police to collect a body, but they find nothing, just a bunch of rags of a costume.
Betty, who survived, limps through the alleyways of New York. A crook comes up to her and tries to rape her, but Betty uses her powers for the first time and freezes the rapist to death. She then takes on the name Bitter Frost and goes on a crime spree.
Yeah sandstorm. He was a replacement sandman when he turned good in the 90's.
That's actually a good origin for Bitter frost. I would have her actually robbing the bank using a freeze gun supplied by Smythe. It explodes when in contact with the nitrogen. At the end its revealed that Smythe actually sabotaged the weapon to slowly fuse with the Pearson using it.
She's also stealing to prove a point to his somewhat abusive boyfriend/house.
Well at least your president doesn't come from a family that funded the worst dictatorship in the country's history. Nor did he get rich off corruption and garbage deals (dealing with actual garbage). And his energy minister isn't a CEO of a gas company.
I've begun working on some LEGO Powerpuff Girls minifigures based on the girls themselves and their supporting cast, as well as the villains. These are for our LEGO A Puff of Responsibility movies and the following series.
I'm currently working on Mojo (I'm using the Collectible Minifigures Series 3 Ape-Suit Guy's mask, I just need to sculpt his helmet onto the head.), and I've already finished the entirety of Blossom's head and Brick's hair.
I've also got parts lined up for the rest of the girls (including one-time character Bunny.), Fuzzy Lumpkins, Princess Morbucks, and HIM.
The designs themselves will be much more realistic than the ones on the show.
Well, for starters, unlike the original and Z, this story would take place during Peter Parker's college years.
Another thing is that the Rowdyruff Boys would be present as central characters, being the boyfriends of the Powerpuff Girls (it's a fandom thing, go look it up :P).
Most of the characters' costumes are drastically altered from their comic book/TV counterparts. For the Spider-Man characters, tho, their designs are modelled after base appearances in the Sam Raimi movies, but with drastic updates.
Spider-Woman is introduced as Perena Osborn, who becomes Peter's girlfriend at some point in the story. She gets her powers from an experiment conducted by Doctor Octopus. She later dies during the fight with Venom.
Some of the world's other super-heroes, like Major Glory, Valhallen, and Krunk, are recruited by Dexter alongside Spider-Man and Spider-Woman into forming this universe's version of the Avengers, with Dex taking on an Iron Man-like role.
Some of the villains' origins and even identities, are also somewhat altered;
The version of Shocker featured in the story is Jackson Brice (as a reference to both Spectacular and Homecoming.), and he has a grudge with Brick which eventually brings Spider-Man into the conflict.
Boomer is brainwashed by Roderick Kingsley into becoming the Hobgoblin stand-in, which would ultimately lead to his death at the hands of Venom.
Butch becomes Venom, and he eventually kills both Spider-Woman and the Hobgoblin (Boomer.), with the latter dying in a mirrored fasion to how Harry Osborn died in Spider-Man 3.
Ace (the leader of the Gangreen Gang.) becomes Sandman and is also the one directly responsible for killing Ben Parker (again, in the exact same manner as shown in Spider-Man 3.).
Alongside Ace, Big Billy ends up becoming the Rhino.
At the end of the story, Peter and Bubbles end up becoming a couple after the deaths of their respective counterparts.
That's all I got for now. I've also begun developing a sequel.
I want to do something similar for the LSMWS shared universe. With New York being ravaged after a figth between the heroes and Kang. This leads to the Us goverment declaring New York to no longer be part of the US. Criminals use this to tear the city apart. Oneof them however is actually helping: Doom. Using this chance to expand his area of infouence.
Basically this would be a crossover event featuring the X-Men, Fan 4 ,Daredevil,Spidey, Captain America and Hulk. The avengers are based in the West Coast at this point in time.
Depends on what the collaboration is about. My knowledge of Godzilla is very surface level. I know that he is a monster that represents the Atomic bombs and that he often figths monsters\Aliens. I also know that he has more reboots\Continuities than Dc.
It's a retelling of the entire timeline of all Godzilla films, just condensed into one single timeline. Most of the monster designs will be changed (not too drastically, but enough to make them stand out from their film counterparts.). Some events from the films will be omitted entirely, while others will simply be drastically changed.
An example of what I mean; During MechaGodzilla's first attack on Earth (disguised as the real Godzilla.), he encounters and defeats Baragon in a fight near Mt. Fuji. In the movie (the original Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla.), it was Anguirus that fought MechaGodzilla. Replacing him with Baragon is a reference to the film's production because the latter monster was the one originally intended to fight MechaGodzilla.
I kind of don't want to rehash the idea of a clone (SpaceGodzilla, Biollante, and, to an extent, MechaGodzilla.) since the overall general idea behind GMK was that the Godzilla in that film is collective, vengeful spirits inhabiting the remains of the first Godzilla.
It's possible. Tho, some of Earth's kaiju, such as Mothra and King Caesar, weren't born from radiation, as they're mystical monsters in their own right. Same principle applies to monsters like King Ghidorah ('cept for 1991 Ghidorah.) and Gigan, who came from space.
I also have another idea for something we can work on that allows some of our ideas to flow a little more freely.
Back during the development of the Roland Emmerich '98 disaster, in 1994, the original script that was written by Terry Rossio did away with Godzilla's atomic origins and instead stated that Godzilla himself was created by the Atlanteans with a nuclear reactor and dinosaur cells in order to fight a shape-shifting, extraterrestrial kaiju called the Gryphon.
I figured that we could possibly create a universe around this general idea (as well as the glorious Godzilla design created by Stan Winston.), 'cept with more classic monsters like King Ghidorah and Mothra.
For the original A Puff of Responsibility, I have a somewhat interesting storyline which coincedes with Spider-Man's mutation disease;
Basically, after my adaptation of The Six Arms Saga, Spider-Man has to see Professor Utonium frequently in order for him to use the Neogenic Recombinator to keep the former's mutation disease at bay.
Spidey and the Powerpuffs get into another fight with Mojo who then pulls out a new weapon of his; an anti-aging/youth restoration ray. Mojo uses it on the girls, regressing their appearances and minds back to when they were 5 (their approximate age during the original series.).
Spidey, who was not struck by the ray, rushes the unconscious girls back home in order to run tests. But when the girls come to, Spidey and Professor find that the girls also only have their memories up until a certain point in the original show's timeline (I'm thinking between Him Diddle Riddle and Members Only.), meaning that they technically have never met Spider-Man or Peter Parker before.
To remedy this problem, the Professor merely introduces Peter to the girls as his lab assistant (which is partially true, seeing as Peter is the Professor's protege.). Peter also agrees to be the girls' babysitter until he can find a way to reverse the effects of Mojo's ray.
Meanwhile, both Spider-Man's mutation disease and Professor Utonium's Lizard mutation resurfacing become problematic as they begin to find it harder and harder to keep the truth from the girls.
At the same time, some of Spidey's older enemies begin to resurface, ranging from Shocker to Mysterio (this is where the adaptation of The Amazing Spider-Man #66-67 comes into play.) to even Scorcher.
The girls then go off to fight HIM when he tries to cross back over into this dimension.
But while the girls are doing this, the Vulture returns, this time in a plot to restore his youth by modifying his talons to drain the youth force of any young person (this is the beginning of a loose adaptation of The Amazing Spider-Man #385-386 and the last 2 episodes of the second season of TAS, Shriek of the Vulture and The Final Nightmare.), as well as the Scorpion, who had also recently fought Spider-Man and the age-regressed Powerpuff Girls, but lost.
The Vulture attacks Mitch Mitchelson and drains his youth force before being chased off my Spider-Man. After a series of skirmishes, the Vulture finally confronts Spider-Man near the Mayor's office and drains his youth force.
Initially relieved to have Spider-Man's youth and super-human strength at his disposal, he soon finds himself to be a victim of Spider-Man's mutation disease as he begins growing 4 extra arms and mutates into a spider-like monster, changing back and fourth between his human form and his monster form periodically.
Peter Parker, on the other hand, awakens near the Mayor's office and narrowly escapes when security try and detain him. Peter then wanders all over the city and is soon confronted by a gang of street thugs who try and mug him, but he is narrowly saved by the returning Powerpuff Girls. Peter then narrowly escapes again, trying to avoid the girls should they uncover his identity. He then finds a payphone and calls the Professor to inform him of his condition. The Professor agrees to help him.
The Vulture goes to Professor Utonium's aid. The Professor, conluding that Spider-Man's youth force hasn't returned to his body because of his mutation, tells Vulture that they have to go to Mojo Jojo for help, as he is the only one with the proper resources to be rid Vulture of this mutation.
Meanwhile, the Scorpion attacks and kidnaps Mojo and brings him back to his observatory in order to get him to revert Gargan back to normal. But they soon meet Professor Utonium and the Vulture. Scorpion and Vulture fight until the latter's mutation knocks him out of the fight. The 2 villains then agree to lure Spider-Man to the observatory for 2 reasons; to restore Vulture's youth and to grant Scorpion long desired revenge.
The Scorpion strong-arms the Professor into calling Spider-Man and telling him to go to Mojo's observatory. But when Spider-Man arrives, he is immediately defeated by the combined might of the Scorpion and the young Vulture.
At the mayor's office, the girls learn from Ms. Bellum that Spider-Man was defeated by the Vulture in a fight and to have their eyes peeled for any sign of the latter. But while the girls scour the city looking for the winged villain, they notice lights coming from Mojo's observatory and decide to investigate there.
The Professor reconfigures the Vulture's talons so that they can revert the mutation ailiment back into Spider-Man. But in spite of Spider-Man's pleas, the Vulture tries to revert the mutation back into the former's body, only for his own youth to drain and Spider-Man's to be restored.
The girls arrive just as the Vulture then begins mutating again. When Scorpion tries to strong-arm the Professor again for him double-crossing the Vulture, Spider-Man attacks him, leading into a fight.
Mojo then begins to enter in complex equasions into his copy of the Recombinator, intending to destroy in to ensure that monsters like the Scorpion can't be created again. But while the Professor tries to protest to this, Mojo swats him out of the way. The Professor then explains that he needs the Recombinator's research for a cure (his own Recombinator was destroyed in the fight between the Lizard and Morbius at the Utonium's house.), but as Mojo asks a cure for what, the Professor answers by transforming into the Lizard as a result of the stress buildup.
As Spider-Man and the Powerpuff Girls are fighting Scorpion, Spider-Man notices that the Professor has become the Lizard and is advancing on Mojo and knocks the former out of the way. Spider-Man is then boxed in by both the Scorpion and the Lizard, but manages to trick both by forcing them to headbutt each other as Spidey leaps out of the way.
Spider-Man then finds Mojo's anti-aging ray and fires it at the girls while they aren't looking, turning them back into teenagers.
The Scorpion then pins the Lizard under rubble, but the beast simply pushes it off. The Neogenic Recombinator begins going sparadic, striking the Lizard and reverting him back to Professor. As the Scorpion, the Vulture, and Mojo escape, Spider-Man grabs the Professor and escapes with the girls.
Outside, the Professor explains that he finally cured Spider-Man of his disease by forcibly placing the unstable mutagens from his own DNA into the Vulture, but as the 5 rejoyce at Spider-Man being freed from his disease, Mojo appears and declares that he would never again reveal the secrets of the Recombinator. But when the Professor tries to plead with Mojo, stating that he needs that research to cure himself, Mojo still refuses and leaves the place.
At some point, I'd also like to adapt The Amazing Spider-Man #151-152.
I dunno 'bout you, but I always found that panel of Spider-Man looking down from the helicopter onto the city blocks specifically blacked out to spell out Shocker's name to be one of the most memorable panels in Spidey's history.
I mean, I can't blame Max myself for a lot of the post-BND villains just suck. Their designs often sucked, most were throwaway characters like Overdrive and Massacre with zero purposes, most seemed to be missing the point of what Spider-Man's rogue galleries are like (science-based, technology-based, or crime-based), lacked the personalities a lot of villains had, etc. The only good villain from it, in my opinion, is Mister Negative.
Did you guys hear Dan Slott is leaving The Amazing Spider-Man? And his final story arc has Mephisto and Norman Osborn, And the final issue is in June. And there's a wedding story arc in June. It's not confirmed or anything, but I think there may be some soft-reboot with Mephisto, sort of like a reverse-BND event, and Peter and Mary would get married.
(Dan Slott also had Mary Jane say "I love you" to Peter in Spider-Island I believe and he couldn't hear, so it's possible...)
Okay so that's why. I feel like maybe i could try to fix some of the bnd villains. Because some of the best spider-man villains use villains that really don't fit his rogues gallery (Kraven's last hunt,Death O f Jean Dewolff,Nothing can stop the juggernaut).I mean i feel like some of them could work in the right scenario. I want to also give them distinct personalities which is something they lacked.
Also i know that Slott's leaving.Let's hope they undue OND for their sake.
To be honest, even though Dan Slott wrote some terrible runs, he also wrote some really good runs and did some really good and new things like Horizon Labs and Mister Negative. He was a hit-or-miss writer, and I liked most of his stuff besides Parker Industries. At the same time, he needed to take a break from writing Spidey, he's been writing him for 7 years now and with his final run it'd be around 8 years!
Who do you guys want to write Spidey? I'd like to see Matt Fraction, he did great with Hawkeye and I know he likes Spidey as a character and respects the source material, and I trust him enough to write a solid run.
I dunno he was really pissed that marvel made him dissolve Mj's and Peter's marriage.
On the Slott thing:I feel like he is a good writer but he has too much of an ego. He wants to be remembered as the guy that wrote spider-man for the longest,finally made him a scientist,brought Ben Reilly back,Swapped spider-man and ocks brain,ect. Not caring what impact these events actually have on the character,some of them are good but not all.
Pizza Spidey is the name that has become synonymous with the Spider-Man figure released in Marvel Legends' Hobgoblin Build-a-Figure wave back in 2015 due to one of it's accessories being a slice of pizza that Spidey himself can hold.
People have hailed the Hobgoblin BAF wave release of it as the greatest Spider-Man action figure ever made. They re-released it this past year in a blister pack and with a new, brighter paint scheme.
Yeah, but it wasn't Slott's decision. It was Marvel's. Besides, would you rather Peter and M.J. still be married or Peter's secret identity known to everyone else on Earth and their dog?
I've watched into the middle of Alien Force before I tapered off, and then I read Super Secret Crisis War (Basically Cartoon Network's version of Secret Wars.). Still a big fan of Cartoon Network, tho.
I've kind of lost touch with Terminator as of late, even though T2 is still one of the best movies I've ever seen.
As of August, every live action Godzilla film produced thus far has been released on DVD or Blu-ray, both the Japanese and American versions.
Godzilla's designs have varied throughout the years. The scariest costumes (that I can think of.) are 1954, 1964, 1984, 1989, 1995, 2001, and 2016.
Mothra, in general, may or may not freak you out 'cause she's literally a giant insect (especially classic Mothra from 1961.).
The only genuinely scary costume for Rodan I can think of is his 1956 costume from his debut movie, since it looks like an actual pterodactyl.
Like Rodan, the only genuinely scary Anguirus costume I can think of is his 1955 costume from Godzilla Raids Again, his first appearance.
But those are only a select few monsters, and their designs vary radically. The scariest monsters I can think of outside of Godzilla or his supporting cast are Hedorah, Gigan (2004 in specific.), Biollante, SpaceGodzilla, Orga (when he tried to eat Godzilla whole in the movie.), and Destoroyah.
I've only watched Batman: TAS to a certain extent. I haven't watched the series in and of itself in years. The last full episode I recall watching was Bane.
I'm a much bigger fan of The New Batman Adventures ('cause it's more directly related to Batman Beyond.), Batman Beyond, and The Batman.
In all honesty, I feel that we should create some kind of Cartoon Network shared universe of some kind (kind of like the MCU.), with each of us controlling a certain number of series' from the channel (preferrably stuff from before 2006, before CN began to go downhill.), kind of like how we have it in the Community MCU Reboot.
I'd still like to try the idea of a CN shared universe, considering that the only shows that were ever confirmed to take place in the same continuity were the original Powerpuff Girls and Dexter's Laboratory.
We could possibly have the Teen Titans make a guest appearance in order to acknowledge their status as a CN original based on a DC property.
I think we should also ask Ben about this, too, considering that he's currently developing a Spider-Man/Ben 10 crossover fic in the same manner of my own A Puff of Responsibility (Spider-Man/Powerpuff Girls w/ some Dexter's Laboratory.).
Alright, I've got an idea. It's a Marvel/CN crossover, but it also uses my overall idea for a CN shared universe. It's also partially inspired by Marvel vs. Capcom and the new Secret Wars.
Basically, in an unidentified Marvel universe, a bunch of villains (Kingpin, Green Goblin, Red Skull, Magneto, Leader, etc.) uncover another, unusual world; the Cartoon Network one. The villains then come into contact with some of the CN villains (Mojo Jojo, Mandark, HIM, Aku, Vilgax, etc.) and agree to plot against the super-heroes of both universes.
The Avengers (consisting of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, She-Hulk, Wasp, Yellowjacket, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, and Spider-Man.) and X-Men (consisting of Wolverine, Cyclops, Phoenix, Beast, Angel, Iceman, and Storm. Professor X is dead in this universe, BTW.) team up to try and prevent this threat, but the battle results in their universes colliding into one, as well as their histories.
Now, each universe's super-heroes and supporting cast co-exist with one another. The Avengers (now consisting of Major Glory, Iron Man, Valhallen, Hawkeye, Wasp, Buttercup, Krunk, and Spider-Man.) move their operations to Townsville (Professor Utonium and the Powerpuff Girls move into Stark Tower and Peter Parker becomes the former's lab assistant.) while the Fantastic Four remain in New York, the X-Men have moved into the Midwestern U.S., and the Marvel Knights (consisting of Daredevil, Moon Knight, the Grim Reaper, and Ghost Rider.) move their operations to Endsville (the city that The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy takes place.) to combat the increasing threat of super-natural monsters.).
Alongside this, a new Illuminati (consisting of Iron Man, Dexter, Mr. Fantasic, Captain America (who also operates as the acting Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Black Panther, and Professor Utonium, and Beast.) is formed to keep the world safe.
But along with the heroes becoming aquainted with one another, the villains do the same. A new version of the Intelligencia (consisting of Doctor Octopus, Mojo Jojo, Mandark, Jackal, Leader, Magneto, Princess Morbucks, M.O.D.O.K., Green Goblin, and Brainchild.) is formed in an attempt to take over the world. Their plots are thwarted by Captain America's newly formed Secret Avengers team (consisting of Spider-Man, Blossom, Dex-Star, Wolverine, Vision, and Moon Knight.).
At the same time, Aku and Vilgax make a pact with Thanos to find and retrieve the Infinity Gauntlet and Stones to take over all reality, but Thanos secretly plots to betray them and use the Gauntlet himself.
Eventually, all of Earth's heroes must come together when Thanos rallies all the villains together under his control using the Infinity Gauntlet, eventually leading to a gigantic battle for the fate of reality. In the end, though, Thanos suceeds in slaughtering most of the heroes from both worlds, but Magneto, not wishing for any mutant casualties, double-crosses Thanos and manages to retrieve the Reality Stone, throwing it to Captain America and Major Glory before Thanos disintigrates him.
The 2 patriots then use the reality Gem to split their universes apart and return them to their former forms just before they were merged with one another. Some characters (like Captain America, Major Glory, the Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, Spider-Man, and Mr. Fantastic.), tho, remember the events, but prefer to not tell their friends and allies and just allow their worlds to go as if they had never crossed before.
Also, while the universes are merged together, Norman Osborn merges OsCorp with Princess Morbucks' family fortune to form Osborn/Morbucks Incorporated. It is here that Osborn upgrades his Green Goblin technology with Princess Morbucks' technology.
Also, in spite of the fact that Princess Morbucks and Green Goblin upgrade their tech from the same sources and are both members of the Intelligencia, Princess doesn't know that the Goblin is really Norman Osborn.
Okay sorry if i couldn't respond but i was really busy.
To start i got the halo master chief collection,a juniors lego set (with a classic batman and superman figures),some clothes,a star wars trivia book and a stephen king book.
Yeah primal i have a fanfiction.net account.I followed you.
I've watched most of batman the animated series and it's sequel(s). I think it's great but i really hate that they had barbara in a relationship with bruce and that they skipped jason todd. I haven't watched most of superman the animated series tho. I'm currently working on a batman lego series and in a fanfic for the dark knigth.
I really have to check the godzilla movies.
I really like the idea of a marvel/cartoon network crossover. As long as we don't cram every cartoon network show in one universe (for example gen rex should be it's own distinct universe).I have some ideas for ben 10,like how galactus could be a fromer celestialsapien in this fused universe.
Hey, Ben, do you have Xbox Live Gold, by any chance? If so, it me up at MadMax0929. I'd love to play some MCC with you at some point.
Yeah, I have a lot of other ideas as well, mainly for the Intelligencia.
One of these involves Green Goblin planning to overthrow Doctor Octopus as leader of the Intelligencia (Otto is the leader here.).
At the same time, Jackal creates a cloned body of Peter Parker for Doc Ock, who is dying of the radiation that bonded his arms to his spine, causing Ock to learn Spider-Man's secret identity. This sets up Otto becoming Superior Spider-Man.
Also, a running gag within the Intelligencia is that Doc Ock and Green Goblin get into arguments over who is truly Spider-Man's arch-nemesis between the 2 of them.
Jackal also serves as a mole for Goblin within the Intelligencia, manipulating several events in order to set up Goblin as the leader, such as slowly moving the computer systems under Goblin's control and Jackal deliberately corrupting the Peter Parker clone body for Ock, forcing Otto to take pills that slow the degeneration of the body, pills that are supplied by Goblin himself, and only when Otto follows his every whim.
Albedo is a galvan that was trapped in a replica of ben's body after recreating the omnitrix. He is super smart and his main goal is getting out of (as he calls it) his repugnant human form. In omniverse he had the ability to transform without a watch and to turn into ultimates.here's more info
Welp, I'm sick today, so you know what that means...
...I've just come up with a genius, original idea for A Puff of Responsibility!
Basically, Peter wakes up sick one morning and has to stay home at Aunt May's insistence. After learning that his protege is sick, the Professor decides to test out his newest invention, a prototype power mimicker harness, and temporarily take Peter's place in fighting crime, while wearing a Spider-Man Halloween costume.
After doing moderately well against various low-level street crimes, and even managing to beat Shocker when he tries to rob an armored truck, the Professor soon comes face-to-face with Mysterio, who soundly defeats the former.
Mysterio then unmasks the Professor, revealing his identity to the world, and begins to pummel him, damaging the power mimicker, and humiliate him, calling the Professor a "weak, pathetic old man".
But just then, the real Spider-Man, having witnessed the Professor's stunt on the news, arrives and tries to fight Mysterio, but is unable to due to his sickness.
The Powerpuff Girls show up, having heard about it at school, and begin to fight Mysterio. Peter regains enough of his strength to join in on Mysterio's pummeling. But just as Mysterio is about to escape, the Professor stands up and clocks him on the jaw, knocking Mysterio out cold.
At the Utonium house, the girls, Peter, and the Professor are discussing the latter's actions in pretending to be Spider-Man. The teenagers admit that the attempt was flattering and admirable, but tell the Professor nonetheless to not try and play hero again.
As the 5 laugh, tho, the Professor sneezes, indicating that he himself might have gotten sick.
This story would also make callbacks to the original PPG episode Powerprof., where the Professor built an Iron Man-like suit to fight crime with the girls.
Also, the power mimicker harness features mechanical web-shooters w/ cartridges as a nod to the comics.
Heh, it sort of gives me a tone of the Stan Lee/Steve Ditko era of the comics and the PPG series. I think the plot is pretty solid. Does Professor have the Spidey suit, because how would Peter join in on the fighting without revealing his identity then?
After Peter cured the Professor of being the Lizard for the first (of several.) times, the latter creates a costume, which is identical to the MCU costume, to replace Peter's original costume that was damaged during his first fight with the Lizard in the sewers.
Also, I stated above that the Professer wears a Halloween costume when he pretends to be Spider-Man.
The plot sounds fun and lighthearted. I think i will enjoy it.
However I really don't think we should pair princess and albedo specially due to the age gap (In reality he is at least 200 years old and his body is 11 while princesses is 5) and cause he doesn't strike as the type of guy to have a crush.
My favorite Spider-Man run has to be Ultimate Spider-Man (#1 - #160) and the J Michael Straczynski run of The Amazing Spider-Man, but I also enjoy most of The Amazing Spider-Man (at least until Brand New Day/One More Day, but even then Dan Slott's decent so far). I might be a little biased since those were the first comic books I've ever read, but they're overall amazing (and ultimate).
Yeah, there's a lot of good runs. I was going to also include McFarlane but it's probably my second favorite (though closely behind one). Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's run was also good, though a bit wacky compared to modern comics it still holds up, so I might put it somewhere in the top 5. Renew Your Vows, despite being non-canon, I think was also great so I'd put that in third or fourth. There's a lot of good Spider-Man comics out there.
One of my favorite runs is the one by Roger stern . It introduced backstory to villains like the vulture that otherwise i would find really bland and created one of the best comic book mysteries of all time and of course the classic no one can stop the juggernaut. In my opinion he added the extra spice that made spider-man more interesting.
JMS was really great as well. His run was especially great when it focused on May/Mj/Peter. It was definitely an improvement over the bland Next Chapter era. Although i wasn't the biggest fan of the mystical elements.
Another good one is Mark Millar's Marvel knights spider-man. I really loved the story and the wrinkle it added to the classic idea of heroes vs villains (with them being created by the rich to distract the heroes). I also loved Osborn in there.
Ultimate spider-man was great if a bit decompressed. Some of the stories could have been shorter.
I really don't like it when Mcfarlne writes his writing style is iffy at best. But the art is simply amazing.
The Ditko and Lee is classic and for a good reason. It's great if a bit over descriptive. I personally enjoy it more than the Lee Romita run although that one is great too.
Gerry Conoway is a great writer and most of his stories are engaging. He did a solid run in Spectacular Spider-Man.He also wrote the arguably most popular spider-man story of all time (Death of gwen stacy)
J.M. De Matteis is a great writer and his run in spectacular spider-man was really good. Although occasionally it was a bit too depressing.
Dan slott started out okay but slowly worsened with time in my opinion. New ways to die was amazing and Big Time was okay.
I really need to think to pin point my favorite individual issues.
She runs away from him when he sees the suit. It's not that surprising in my opinion since usually most comics had him stuck in some sort of relationship issue, and a lot of adaptations also portray this (who can forget Spectacular where Peter broke up with the girlfriend he neglected all season to be with Gwen - only he couldn't...),.
I'm guessing he broke up with her or something before that issue since it was only a preview of a comic that's going to be released in four months.
I think that chapter One is bland. Mainly due to the story lacking most of the Parker scenes from the original Lee Ditko comics and because the changes feel very unnecessary (why are Norman and Sandman related? Cause they have the same hairstyle? ,why does Osborn send villains after spidey) A positive is definitely the art ,it's really great and some of the designs aren't bad (Vulture and Ock look good although I wonder why ock has armor). The story also kind of removes the feeling that Ben's death was his fault as there are waaaaaaay too many coincidences in place. A smart thing is the connection between Ock and spidey although the explosion feels a bit much and they never do anything with it.
Season 1 is another story. It's a good retelling of the story if bit too similar to the ultimate Spider-Man comics at times. It felt a bit sub par but it was okay much better than SMCO.
Yeah, you've nailed down my opinions on it. It's enjoyable but heavily flawed. There were some good ideas like Osborn sending the villains but they weren't executed well. Also, that was the reason Sandman and Norman were related because they had the same hairstyle. I'm not kidding, that was actually confirmed...
I will agree, to an extent, with you guys that Season One was definitely better than Chapter One.
Tho, I said before that when I was writing the earliest chapters of A Puff of Responsibility, I combined the Chapter One origin story with the movie origin story. As Ben said, it was a smart idea to tie the origins of Spider-Man and Doctor Octopus together.
Season One, on the other hand, is probably one of the best modern retellings of the origin story outside of Ultimate Spider-Man. It felt like a modern retelling.
Because Tombstone's empire was, the way I saw it, on the verge of crumbling by the time Season 2 came to a close. IMO, the best way to fill the power gap, using the gang war concept between Silver Sable, Hammerhead, Doctor Octopus, and Don Fortunato, was to use the most logical choice of a criminal crime-boss after that.
Yeah tombstone was finished but the spectacular version of him was almost identical to Kingpin so adding him feels redundant. Although it was a logical ending for the gang war . Mind if I write the Breeding Grounds Episode?
Well the iTunes descriptions for some episodes mention Kingpin and Fisk industries instead of Tombstone. He also got Crime Master's and Big Man's place but he shares more similarities to Kingpin. (He's a philanthropist who also is a criminal,Spider-Man doesn't consider him a big threat at the beginning and he runs the biggest crime organization in New York).
Yeah that was actually really smart. Since Fortunato and Rigoletto are very similar already.
Okay here's the pitch: The newly crowned Kingpin is preparing to take all of the other cime bosses out but realizes that Mr Negative is trying to have Hammerhead join his organization to become second in command and sends Giacomo Fortunato (who also wanted to kill his old man) to stop the meeting but Ock had a similar idea and sent Rhino to stop it. Hammerhead's mercenary Tarantula and the inner demons try to protect their bosses but are getting beaten until the spider clone enters the battlefield leading spidey into it as well. At the same time a man finds an old hideout of the goblin and Eddie Brock is realesed from the Ravencroft.
Maybe the clone sacrifices himself to save Peter. Peter gives the clone a burial in an industrial smoke shaft but at the end of the episode a hand comes out from the shaft. (This clone will become Ben Reilly)
Okay I just need a reason for the symbiote to bond with Angelo.
I have numerous, new ideas for A Puff of Responsibility: Homecoming;
I'm thinking about resurrecting Eddie Brock because I'd like to do an adaptation of Planet of the Symbiotes (and possibly introduce Anti-Venom.), but I'm not sure if I want to introduce Mr. Negative or not (in my trend of keeping as much to the source material as possible in terms of origins.).
I'd also like to introduce the Grim Hunter and his whole tie with the story (not an adaptation of The Gauntlet or The Grim Hunt.) up until his death at the hands of Kaine.
I also have another Clone Saga idea;
Bunny (from the original PPG episode Twisted Sister.), a genetically-unstable Powerpuff Girl who died many years ago, is resurrected via cloning by the Jackal, who has ironed out her physical and mental defections of her original appearance.
Bunny is soon saved from the Jackal's brainwashing by Kaine, and he hides her in an apartment in Townsville, bringing her food and clothes. Things become very complicated, though, when they slowly, but surely, begin to fall in love with one another.
The Jackal, on the other hand, sends the newly created Spider-Clone, Spidercide, after Bunny and Kaine in an attempt to bring Bunny back to base and to dispose of Kaine. Kaine is defeated pretty quickly, but Bunny and Spidercide fight to a standstill. The fight, however, brings the attention of Spider-Man, Scarlet Spider, and the Powerpuff Girls, the latter of whom are shocked to see their supposedly "dead" sister alive.
Spidercide does eventually best Bunny, mainly because of his shape-shifting powers, and takes her back to base. Spidey, Scarlet, the PPGs, and Kaine follow suit to confront the Jackal and Spidercide and rescue Bunny. Upon arriving, however, they are put up army of Peter Parker clones being led by Spidercide. They barely manage to best them.
The heroes finally confront the Jackal, who reveals himself to be Dick Hardly (from the original PPG episode Knock It Off.), much to ther formers' surprise. However, when Hardly, who still has some Chemical X left in his bloodstream, begins to fight back, in turn because of his enhanced agility, he is soon attacked from behind by Bunny, who savagely beats him to a pulp.
But just as the heroes begin to leave, Hardly gets up and swears revenge, but as he does, he is stabbed in the back by Miles Warren, the real Jackal, killing Hardly as he turns to liquid. When Spider-Man questions how Warren could be alive (the last time Spidey or the Powerpuffs saw the Jackal alive was during the original Clone Saga.), Warren claims that the "Jackal" that was seen then was a clone.
Warren then reveals that he resurrected Hardly as a clone and had him be a last resort fall guy in order to have him take the blame for the Clone Saga. He then explains that this whole plot couldn't just be aimed at Spider-Man, and that he had Bunny resurrected to get revenge on the Powerpuff Girls, using psychological warfare (bringing back someone who died under their watch back to life.) to do so.
At this, an angry Bunny tries to attack Warren, only for him to scratch Bunny with his claws which, unbeknownst to anyone, are tipped with the Carrion Virus. As Bunny collapses, Warren commands the lab to self destruct and leaves. The heroes do the same, with Kaine grabbing Bunny. They then make it out of the complex just as it explodes.
Kaine tries to revive Bunny by administering CPR, but is stopped upon realizing that he, himself, could contract the virus. Bunny, in her last words, professes her love for Kaine, thanking him for protecting her. She then doubles over and succumbs to the virus, dying as she turns to ash.
The Powerpuffs and Kaine mourn Bunny's second death. Spider-Man and Scarlet Spider then muse that it was really a jab at both of them, as the Jackal got his revenge on the Powerpuff Girls, by making them painfully watch their sister die a second time, and on Kaine, by killing the only girl he had come to love at this point. After this, Kaine swears revenge on the Jackal because of this transgression and leaves.
Also why don't you think that there are any good obscure spidey foes?
These are my top 10 obscure Spider-Man villains (this list in in inverted order so number ten is my favorite)
Carrion (the original carrion was a great villain but all of the other ones are really pathetic villains.He also has quite good and freighting powers.)
Crime Master (he had lots of potential but he sadly died at the end of his first outing, even if his first and only storyline was quite good)
Vermin (he has lots of potential as shown by Demattis use of him in his run and is a great tragic antagonist )
Shriek (a villain that's pretty much Carnage's Harley Quin, she was vital in the Maximum Carnage story but never did much besides that despite the fact that she has quite a bit of potential being one of Spider-Man's few female villains)
Rose (the Big man and Crime Master concept fully realized,it also helps that he had a style all his own and a moral code)
Scorcher (he feels like he would fit in the ditko/Romita era and has a gimmick that no other villain in spidey's rouges gallery has)
Silvermane (the best old man Crime boss in comics and with a metal body to boot,this guy is pretty good as an antagonist and is probably the third best Crime boss in the Spider-Man comics and when Kingpin and Tombstone are first and second that's no small feat)
Gentleman (a villain with an interesting relationship to the Parker family that I which would return soon as an enemy of Spider-Man)
Molten Man (both Raxxon ,with his relationship to the Osborn family ,and Charlie ,with his relationship with Peter, are great tragic villains)
Black Tarantula (this guy is pretty much Spider-Man's Bane but with cooler powers and a cooler costume he is flowing with potential . He is my favorite ,also cause he comes from the same place I do)
I was wondering how obscure we were talking, such as one-note villains like Crimemaster or someone who isn't really known to the public such as Kraven the Hunter or Chameleon. I agree with your entire list, I'd probably add Swarm to it also just because I really like the concept behind him/her (depending on the continuity) and other characters such as Jack O'Lantern or Beetle (really any version, I actually liked the USM cartoon's take on him too since he didn't talk or rarely talked) or Big Man. I think a lot of Spider-Man's rogue gallery is at least decent (I mean, for every Hobgoblin we get a Walrus or Grizzly), with most of the villains being either good, great, or excellent.
I think swarm is an okay concept but I haven't ever read anything with him so I can't say. Jackolantern is okay but in my opinion his power set is too similar to green goblin's but without the intresting motive slash dynamic or even a great personality. Beetle is pretty cool. And I completely agree on your sentiments about the Spider-Man rogues gallery (although hobgoblin is one of my favorite villains ).
Yeah, he's a bit too similar to the Green Goblin, but I've still always thought he was cool especially since Jason Macendale was behind the mask and he'd end up being the Hobgoblin and Demogoblin who I liked.
I think that the problem is that as Jack o'lantern he has no direct relationship to any of the Goblins (because he was supposed to be a machine man villain not a Spider-Man one )but as Hobgoblin he has a relation. The way to make him more interesting is to somehow relate him to Goblin as either a prototype or a successor.They later tried to give Lantern a relation to Mysterio.
MaxGoji 2.0 wrote: And I think Morlun is gonna be the villain if it's gonna be an adaptation of Spider-Verse. Heard an early rumor that it was gonna be Norman Osborn, but that got debunked pretty fast.
For our little "Clone Cabal" in the Cinematic Spider-Verse, I think that we should make Xenilla become Earth-77777772290's version of Silvermane while in public, because of his white-colored hair. He could also turn his symbiote into a purple suit to be used at parties and in "official" meetings with the criminal Underworld.
I don't know i think Tombstone should be the kingpin but Silvermane wants to take the mantle. Silvermane is obviously winning and that forces Spider-Girl and the web warriors to help this cruel crime boss since Xenilla has a sinister plan which could endanger other realities. I even wanted tombstone to be bald like fisk.
Hey Max,remember the first time we talked in this wiki? You were correcting my grammatical mistakes in LSMWS.I was suggesting how we should work together on something and how you said Billy was your partner. And now we are pretty much partners.