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Peter Parker (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 5 001
Peter Parker
What happens when you have to suffer something bad because you need to do what's right?
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That's not my problem.
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"Not my" -- you realize what you're saying? Remember the last time we sounded like that? It was the night Uncle Ben died.
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Sorry... who?
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Appearing in "Back to Basics: Part Four"

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Synopsis for "Back to Basics: Part Four"

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Solicit Synopsis

PETER PARKER VS. SPIDER-MAN?!

PETER PARKER & SPIDER-MAN IN THE SAME PLACE AT THE SAME TIME?!

• Things are crazy for Spider-Man. His personal life in turmoil, the giant TRI-SENTINEL returning to attack NYC…

• …and someone is out there impersonating Peter Parker!

• Is it the Chameleon? An LMD? Ultimate Peter Parker making his Marvel U debut? Think again, True Believer!

Notes

  • The original printing in this issue included a reference to artist Ryan Ottley's ex-Mormonism. On the panel showing Spider-Man sporting company decals on his costumes, one of the patches read "CES Letter," a reference to the book CES Letter: My Search for Answers to My Mormon Doubts by Jeremy Runnells. Ottley himself posted a photo of the panel on a subreddit dedicated to ex-Mormons to share the Easter Egg.[1] For further printings of the issue and the digital release, Marvel revisited the artwork, changing all the endorsement patches in Spider-Man's costume with references to in-universe corporations such as Serval Industries and Cortex Inc.[2]

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Footnotes

  1. Johnston, Rich (27 August 2018). Ryan Ottley Snuck Ex-Mormon Reference Into Amazing Spider-Man #4. Bleeding Cool. Retrieved on 30 August 2018.
  2. McMillan, Graeme (29 August 2018). Marvel Removes Anti-Mormon Reference from 'Amazing Spider-Man' Comic. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved on 30 August 2018.



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