Actually Spidey's pretty positive nowadays. Even after what Otto did to his life he Still put a smile on his face and was just all like "YAY Im ALIVE" and this is coming from a superhero that got molested as a child?
Yeah. Even when Black Cat fucked up his company he was just all like "Nobody got hurt.... THIS WAS A GOOD DAY". And when Madem Webb asked him to give up his powers he just says "Why? There a gift, not a curse. throwing them away would be the most irresponsible thing to do" If anything Logan wines more then Peter has been for a while.
Seriously! Sometimes I look at these superheroes and think, "you can fly, why the hell are you just sitting around brooding?" If these guys can't find something to be happy about, them why are the rest of us even trying?
...then I look at Deadpool and remember that I can buy tacos *whenever I want* and maybe that's why we still try.
Deadpool sure is a pretty tragic character , once you dig down to it .
That being said, I think Peter Parker had a pretty sh*tty life too . I mean, aside from his uncle, he lost his first big love interest, the one he considered his brother, his best friend for some times, and his own baby....And all of that is caused by just one enemy ! And there is still more....
True that . I think the time Wade got a normal look might be one of the best things that ever happened tohim . And even there, he couldn't use his healing factor !
About super-heroism , it's true as hell . Once you get a costume, it seems like all of your problems get increased by ten . Especially in our era, when the credo really seems to be :" It sucks balls to be a super-hero ! " . At least there was a bit of fun back on the 60's ^^ I think this is one of the reasons than the series Batman the Brave and the Bold left me good memories : it was sometimes silly, but so entertaining ! And also still respecting the tragedy of Batman .
-That is so something Lex Luthor would do. -I love when they show that Superman tries to cure human diseases in his frozen arctic house with a partially-restored Titanic and a robot butler. The work of the Silver Age of comics at its finest. -"Just the x-ray" Jeez, even Superman has more of a sex drive than Spider-Man. Seriously, how did MJ get pregnant? No wonder the Clone Saga was so confusing.