- "Dang it! But I make such a good spider!"
- —Spidey's disappointment in his later debut[src]
Spider-Man is a Marvel superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, first appearing in Amazing Fantasy #15. Spider-Man is the alias of Peter Parker, an orphan raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben in New York City. In most origin stories, he gains his spider-related abilities after a bite from a radioactive spider, gaining abilities such as clinging to surfaces, shooting webs from wrist-mounted devices, and detecting danger with his "spider-sense". Initially using his powers for selfish purposes, when his action (or inaction) leads to death of his Uncle Ben, Spider-Man learns that "with great power comes great responsibility" and has since found great success in his career in and out of the mask.
As Marvel's flagship character and company mascot, he has appeared in countless forms of media, including animation and films. In films, Spider-Man has been played by actors Tobey Maguire in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, Andrew Garfield in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man duology, and Tom Holland in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Ian suggests that he and Anthony play a game of "Spider-Man", where they pretend to be characters and act out a superhero fight. Ian plays Spider-Man and mimics a web blast by covering Anthony's face with silly string. Anthony, playing Doctor Octopus, uses "laser eyes" and blasts Ian with actual lasers from his eyes.
In a reenactment of a famous scene from 2002's Spider-Man, Spider-Man has rescued Mary Jane Watson from trouble and playfully teases her about it. Mary Jane, visibly intoxicated, returns his statement and reaches in for a kiss, but vomits, causing Spidey to shriek.
Spider-Man crawls into the filming studio and interrupts a shot in front of a green screen. The director yells to Spidey that he does not even appear until the next movie. Spider-Man gets up and expresses his disappointment in an exaggerated voice.
Two bystanders (Shayne Topp and Olivia Sui) view Spider-Man swinging in the sky and wonder if it is Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, or someone new. Much to their excitement, Spider-Man drops down to greet them, but to their confusion, he takes off his mask and announces that he is black now. Shayne asks Spidey if he is supposed to be Spider-Man's best friend, causing Spider-Man to walk away in disappointment.
Anthony was working at his job as a construction worker when he came across a radioactive spider. Hoping to gain powers like Spider-Man, he unsuccessfully tried to egg it to bite him. Fed up, he instead bit the spider, becoming "Manspider". Throughout his time as Manspider, however, he is routinely mistaken for Spider-Man, much to his frustration.
Peter and Mary Jane are cuddling in bed when MJ strokes his cheek, causing Peter to grasp his groin as, as he puts it, his Spider-senses are tingling, making him feel "good". MJ suggests that it is just because he is a teenager and touches his shoulder to comfort him, but upon contact, Peter's "Spider-senses" flare up again and he retreats under the covers. When MJ points out that she can see the form of his erect penis under the comforter, a distressed Peter sits back up and calls out for his Aunt May.
Spider-Man jumps down from the roof of a building and thanks Tony Stark for returning from the dead to mentor him. A Sony executive appears (played by Kimmy Jimenez) and informs Spider-Man that he cannot legally mention anything relating to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Sony executive mentions that he can still talk about his aunt May and eggs him to admit that she is "hot", which he reluctantly admits. Peter wishes that he was still with Disney, prompting Walt Disney (played by Ian) to appear and promise to make Peter's apparent wish to "boink [his] aunt" come true. To accompany this, he plays an obnoxiously loud air horn, much to the irritation of Peter and the Sony executive.
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