When Hot SpiderMAN: MANGA KILLS was released last summer, fans were ecstatic.
The film was an exciting new Spider-Man adventure that brought the iconic hero back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a way no one had seen before.
With the new MCU, fans got to see Peter Parker and MJ in the spotlight, and they also got to meet Spider-Woman.
But now that the film is over, fans are asking: What was that scene?
Why wasn’t that Spider-Girl seen?
What happened to that SpiderMan?
And did anyone actually see her?
We’ve got answers to those questions, and more, in this exclusive interview with EW.1.
When Hot Spiders First Loves MJ and Spiders Friends?
It seems like a weird question to ask, but that’s exactly what Hot SpiderMan: MANAGE #1 asked.
It is not a direct answer to the question, but a question that fans want answered.
It’s not just about Spider-man.
Spiders have been around since the very beginning of the MCU.
It seems like the most obvious place to start with a definitive answer to that question is the very first appearance of a Spider in a comic.
The first issue of Hot Spidey #1, written by Mike Norton and drawn by Nick Dragotta, shows Peter Parker with a new, much-touted spider in his hands.
“He’s got a new spider in tow,” Parker says, looking out at his newly-acquired foe.
“I just have to find the right spider.”
He then goes on to tell the story of how this newly-blessed spider, whose name escapes me, first met Spide Man and how they fell in love.
This is a familiar story.
Spider-Gwen, for example, was introduced in the first issue as Peter’s girlfriend, Gwen Stacy.
“She’s the one who first fell in the love with him, the one he met in the Spider-Verse,” Norton said, laughing.
It wasn’t until later that the relationship between Spide and Gwen was fully explored.
In fact, it was the relationship that Peter and Gee had with each other that was so important to Spider-Men history.
“The story that is being told in that issue is that when Spider-Peter is first introduced in Spider-Tales, he has no idea that his love interest is a spider,” Norton explained.
“We get to see this in the second issue of that series when Spider’s girlfriend goes into an arachnological frenzy when Peter and MJ first meet.
And it’s because this new love interest in Peter’s life has the ability to make spiders jump on him and attack him.”
In the very same issue, Norton showed off the first ever appearance of Spider-Vulture, who would go on to become the most iconic of the Spider family.
The introduction of SpideMan was such a pivotal moment in the history of SpiderMan, it’s a story that we want to tell, and it’s one that we hope fans will relive in their favorite comics.2.
What Happened to Spide?
In Hot Spite #1’s second issue, Spider-Spy takes on his biggest foe yet, The Man, who is able to sense that Peter is in love with Gwen.
“Gwen Stacy has a new lover, and she’s been doing some work at the spider museum,” Spide tells the Man, standing in front of his computer.
“When you think of the spider, you think about spiders.
But what does a spider think?
The man in question is now the spider.
He’s not a spider.
That’s the kind of person he is.
I want to make you my girlfriend.”
Spide then tells the man that he loves Gwen, and asks if he can go home.
“Oh, no,” the man says, “I don’t want to go home to your new lover.”
Spides new lover is a man named Eddie, who was the one that Gwen first fell for.
Spide is happy to give up Gwen and go home with his new lover.
The man then says, “”I don’ know about you, but I think you’re pretty hot.
I can see why you’d want to date a spider, Spider Man.”3.
Why Did Spide Need to Be A Spider?
“If you really love her, I’ll give you the baby.” “
My little spider-girl, my little spider,” the Man says.
“If you really love her, I’ll give you the baby.”
The Man then tells Spide that he’s not going to be the spider he loves.
“Spiderman isn’t a spider!” the Man yells. “No, Sp