He has no qualms calling the fight bloody, as it was, but he reminds everyone it was necessary to sustain the roll of Super-humans in society. Tony Stark draws his speech to a close, but he tells everyone they will be transporting the captive Super-humans to a more suitable holding zone, and that they would obviously get some interference from the rebels. As Spider-Man crouches ready to pounce on top of one of the convoys, he draws in the crowd, half protesting, half supporting. He tunes the frequency of his new suit, picking up both Police and Fire CB radio. Iron Man then remarks that Spider-Man is very useful for his ability to know danger before it has presented itself via his Spider-Sense.
|Published (Last):||20 August 2008|
|PDF File Size:||4.69 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.75 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The reactions were just as suspected: Jameson is angry, but mainly feels betrayed by Peter, the people who were already convinced super heroes were a public menace now had a specific name and face to direct their anger to, and Aunt May and MJ are both proud and worried. Perhaps the most shocking reaction — yet it makes so much sense! Then Tony Stark acts like himself and gives a press conference where he threatens to reveal the names of superheroes who have not yet registered.
He gives them 24 hours to come forward or he will go after them with the full support of the government and other heroes, including Spider-Man. Peter is furious. He views Spider-Man Peter Parker as being against everything Cap believes in, so he needs to shoot him. Others from the crowd wrestle him to the ground while he screams about suing. The next day, Peter lays into Tony for not speaking with him before the press conference. Tony apologizes, but I doubt this is the last time he acts out of bounds.
He earned a living for many years selling photos of… himself. I am curious to see how many heroes step forward before the deadline, if any.
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #533
Amazing Spider-Man #533