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A day in the life of Spidey
“New York… the place everyone comes to and no one can figure out how to leave.” The red and blue costumed crime fighter swung overhead. A blast of web fluid launched from the devices on his wrists. Extra cartridges? Right, I need to make more. Another web launched, stabilized midair and stuck to a nearby building. “Well, let’s just hope crime finds a way to stay away, just for today.” No sooner had the words left his mouth, than an alarm sounded. Spiderman sighed. “Spoke to soon.” In an instant Spidey was going the opposite way and landing in the middle of a group of thieves breaking into a television store. The brazen thieves noticed their unwanted guest and moved to surround him. “Really? In broad daylight…” Spiderman dodged a punch effortlessly. “Don’t you guys think your pushing it?” A large figure stepped out, the ground shook from the steps the grey mass of muscles made. The wall crawler smirked beneath his mask. "Ah Rhino, long time no see.” He held up his arms as if awaiting a hug. Rhino responded with a predatory grin. “Time to get squashed bug!” He charged at him, head low. The horn atop his head aimed right at Spiderman’s heart. Spiderman jumped and landed on the side of a building sticking to it. “You don’t call, you never write.” He sniffed. “How’s that supposed to make me feel? I thought we meant something to each other…” He gasped. “You’re not getting your butt whipped by another superhero are you?” “Shut up, Shut up!” Rhino slammed into the building. The structure shook as a few bricks fell. Sirens filled the air as police cars arrived to round up the thugs still lingering. Spiderman stood upon the side and crossed his arms. “Well if that’s how you want to play it. No more Mr. Nice Spider!” He jumped down, and landed on Rhinos' back. “Yoo-hoo.” He taunted as leapt off and landed in the middle of the street. “Toro!” Rhino growled. “I’ll kill you!” He rushed at him once again. “Only if you can catch me.” Spiderman swiftly fired his web shooters at a manhole and jerked the cover away right before Rhino reached it causing him to fall down the hole with a loud thud. Spiderman leapt over peering in. “You okay down there?” “Oww…” Rhino’s voice echoed. Spiderman silently grinned as he jumped to the wall and watched as the officers fished Rhino out. He began to swing away, but stopped when he felt danger, “Spider sense?” He looked around as the crowd started to disperse. After a moment he sighed. “Guess, it was nothing…” He shook his head and shot a web swinging away. “Weird…”
He angled toward home, weaving through the tall buildings of downtown New York. “Quiet now. Maybe I can actually get my homework done tonight...” Out of reflex he looked around to see if something would happen. “Hey, for once something didn’t-” Another alarm rang. “Ah…” He groaned, and changed course once again. A few blocks away he spotted men in black masks loading up a van “Hurry that alarm will have the cops on us in minutes.” The first man shouted to his partner. The second man grunted, loading up the last of the items and slammed the van door. “Don’t yell at me you’re the one who set it off.” Spiderman lowered himself in-between the two arguing men “Please, please. Don’t fight. I hate it when future cellmates don’t get along.” “Spiderman!” The pair gasped. “Spiderman? Where?” The web slinger looked left and right. “Oh, I do get so flustered when I meet famous people.” The second man drew a handgun. “Waste him.” Spiderman ducked easily avoiding the bullets. “Uh-uh.” He fired a web from each wrist and snagged the guns from their hands. “Those are dangerous toys, we don’t want you to hurt yourself.” He hooked the weapons to a light pole. “And speaking of getting hurt.” He crouched down between the two men as they moved to attack him. He jumped up doing the splits midair kicking them both in the chest. The pair flew back in opposite directions with loud grunts. Spiderman shook his head. “Now, now what did I tell you?” He Wrapped them up in web securing them to another light pole. “Abababae that’s all folks!” He said in his best imitation of Porky Pig. Then fired a line and swung away once again as police sirens filled the air. “Man I love this job.”
A little later Spiderman landed on a roof top putting his hand on his chin thoughtfully “Okay, maybe I should try reverse psychology.” He cleared his throat. “Gee... I sure hope another place is robbed.” He looked around, nothing happened. He smirked again beneath the mask, but the familiar song of police sirens rang as a car sped by below. “Ah, For crying out loud!” He sprinted along the roof and jumped to aid in the capture of the fleeing car.
Spiderman swung, firing his webs from building to building. Annoyance swelled within him. He released his web line and timed his fall so that he landed fist first on the hood of the car smashing it beyond repair. Hmm... I might have over done it this time. Spidey hopped off the hood, moved to the driver side. He ripped the car door off, and he was shocked, literally. A man clad in yellow stepped from the vehicle. “Well, hello there bug.” He sent another powerful blast at Spiderman knocking him across the street. “Was wondering when you’d finally chase me down.” He chuckled dusting off his patchwork pattern costume as he walked over. The masked hero slammed into a parked car so hard it doubled around him. He groaned as his head spun. “Beat cops are definitely not paid enough.” With a surge, his spider-sense warned him of danger. He flipped up and over the car just in time to avoid getting blasted again. “Okay, I get it. You don’t want a ticket, I might let you off with a warning if you flirt some.” Shocker stepped up raising both hands toward him. “Ha-ha, you know I’m going to enjoy ripping you limb from limb.” He launched another attack at him. Spiderman easily dodged the assault. “Question, how do you plan to do that?” He crossed his arms. Shocker chuckled. “Easy, unlike you. I’m not alone.” Spiderman looked left due to his spider-sense, but was too late to react as he was hit hard by something green. He flew several feet, crashing into some trashcans. “This stinks…” He groaned. Overhead the winged attacker circled. “Told you he wouldn’t see it coming.” He shouted to Shocker below. He soared over the hero and rained bombs upon him.
Spiderman shook his head, flipping to avoid the bombs falling from Vulture and leapt to dodge another blast form shocker. “Wow, you two teaming up? What, were all the good super villain matches already made?” Shocker kept trying to hit Spiderman with his blasts. “Keep squeaking bug, you don’t stand a chance against us.” Spiderman leapt onto the side of a building and crouched. “You’re right, I have to face it. an old man and a guy wearing his grams old couch are too much for me.” “You’ll pay for that remark insect!” Shocker fired at the top of the roof. The impact sent some of the building toward the crime fighter. The wall crawler easily avoided the falling debris. “Was it something I said?” “How about we heat things up?” Vulture tossed out a few incendiary bombs. Shocker rolled to avoid some of the fire erupting from the explosives. “Watch where your throwing those things you blind old buzzard!” Spiderman flipped up the wall and avoided the fire. He rose to his full height on the side of the structure and put his hands on his hips. “Whoa-whoa, now! I’m the only who’s supposed to be dealing out the quips and puns around here. Don’t make me call Lawyer-man!” He glanced up, fired a web to grab two large hunks of rock tottering precariously and swung them toward the vulture one from each side. Then he leapt off the wall to avoid a blast from shocker “Hold still!” Shocker growled. “Gee, now why didn’t I think of that? Oh because I’m not suicidal.” Spiderman landed and shoulder tackled the trigger happy crook. Shocker landed hard upon his back. He let out a long groan and struggled to sit up. “Don’t be a baby… all the cushions that gave their life for that outfit saved you from the car wreck surely they protected you from that.” He lifted his web cartridges, but nothing came out as he fired. Uh-oh... “Move it Shocker.” Smoke bombs dropped all around the street. “Till next time bug.” Shocker sped off into the smoke. Spiderman waved his arms in front of him and coughed. “Aww man.” He jumped atop a parked car. Their gone. He coughed once again. “When did Vulture turn into a stink bug?” Through watering eyes he could see the police coming, he quickly crawled to the roof. “Great, now I have to hoof it.” He raced across the roof and leapt to the next one. “Need to make surplus of this stuff. Mid jump his phone rang. “And what disaster is at the end of line number 1?” He land and lifted the lower part of his mask to speak as he answered. "Parker! Get your butt down here now! You have work to do!" The line went dead. He jerked the phone from his head as JJ shouted. Once the line was dead he sighed. “Not my day.” Once again he changed route, but now on foot. When he arrived at The Bugle, he landed in an alley, covered in sweat. “Summer and spandex don’t mix....”He made a quick change and walked inside. Spiderman deals with giant rhinoceroses, gun toting thugs, flying bomb dropping crooks and energy blasting couches, but Peter Parker has to deal with Jay Jonah Jameson. Talk about dangerous...
Shocker sat in the damp underground structure. “So, should we bust Rhino out, or look for a new fifth?”