Action is his reward
March 10, 2012 5:03 AM Subscribe
If Batman is a child's fantasy, then Spider-Man is very much rooted in being a teenager
. When we're first introduced to Peter Parker in Amazing Fantasy #15, he's an outsider who feels isolated from everyone around him. He's miserable and resentful, but not because of some sort of defining tragedy, but because that's how you feel when you're a teenager. When he gets the one thing he wants -- the power that makes him stronger, faster and more popular than anyone else -- he promptly screws up and loses one of the only people that truly cared about him.
(via Chris Sims
@ Comics Alliance
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