When your feet hit the ground, you were slightly
disappointed that your ride around with Spider-Man had officially ended.
Frankly, you didn’t want to let Peter go, but he insisted that he had to get
out of his suit before anyone saw him.
Tomorrow, April 23rd is John Oliver’s 40th birthday. It is going to be a busy day at LWT tomorrow between them finishing the script, taping, and probably also celebrating John’s birthday so I am sharing the video now. The more we spread it online (especially Twitter) the more likely he will see it before his birthday tomorrow is over.
I have sent it to some of the writers but the best publicity is still just sharing it.
I want to deeply thank everyone who participated. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support. I hope you all like the finished product.
Also a special thank you to Dan Gutman (author of The Kid Who Ran for President-a book featured on Last Week Tonight) and Dawn Porter (director of the movie Trapped-featured in the Last Week Tonight piece on abortions) for their participation.
WANTED FUGITIVE AND HYDRA-COLLABORATOR STEVE ROGERS SPOTTED IN COLUMBUS CIRCLE
From the Desk of Editor and Publisher J. Jonah Jameson
Several months ago, the world was shaken by the events which took place in Vienna on what was supposed to be a momentous step towards wrangling-in the super-powered perpetrators of violence. What came from the conference, instead, was death and betrayal.
But what was most shocking was not the sudden explosion that killed several high-ranking diplomats and nearly brought down a building on innocent civilians. Nor was it the revelation that the bomber was a known Hydra1 agent.
No, the piece of information that hurt America at it’s core was the choice of Steve Rogers, the once great Captain America ( @earnedstripes ), aiding and abetting the Hydra agent and, in turn, betraying all America stands for.
So after tossing his country aside, spitting on the ground of the nation that idolized him, all to assist an international killer and criminal in escape and evasion of capture, you’d think Steve Rogers would have the right mind to, at the very least, never show his face in New York City ever again.
Alas, dear readers, for not even this was enough to elicit one ounce of shame in Mr. Rogers’ body. For Steve Rogers was recently spotted in Columbus Circle, apparently in disguise and once again causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage for us tax-payers to take care of later.
Rogers fought some sort of large robot, one of mysterious origin who’s markings would imply a relation to associates of Steve Rogers. Indeed, some analysts have suggested the whole thing was a stunt in order to improve Steve Rogers standing in America.
Luckily for America, we are not comprised of only fools and fanatics. We will not fall for flashy parlor tricks or scruffy facial hair. Steve Rogers has chosen to show his face not only on US soil, but right here in the city, so we need to be the ones to remind him that he betrayed us. That he betrayed his country.
If you have any information about Steve Rogers whereabouts, contact Thaddeus Ross, Secretary of State.
1. Hydra is a Nazi-affiliated international terrorist organization that once fought Captain America during World War II. It seems now they have colluded.
By day, Peter Parker is a young journalist describing the growing problem of child prostitution. At night, as Spider-Man trying to catch bad guys responsible for this crime. Unfortunately his actions are ineffective. So when the cops come to the Daily Bugle and ask for help he agrees immediately. This is why he i standing on a street corner right now and pretending to be underage prostitute.
Deadpool is a regular customer of Mexican restaurants in the vicinity where Peter works and constantly “rescues” him, Trying to get Peter out of prostitution, trying to hook him up with other jobs, or just scaring off johns.Spiderman is extremely annoyed and a little impressed too, because this big, loud weirdo with scars brings back his faith in humanity.
A/N: I have like so many requests to do, so I’m going to start with this one because I think this seems achievable. Requests are open! Send stuff in! Also I love peter so I’m excited. (tbh he’s the only guy im into at the moment)
OH MY GOSH I WAS BINGE READING ALL YOUR IMAGINES DAMN YOU ARE SUCH A GREAT WRITER COULD YOU DO AN IMAGINE WHERE THE READER HAS POWERS (MAYBE LIKE TELEKINESIS??) AND THEY KNOW EACH OTHER AT SCHOOL BUT DONT KNOW THAT THEY’RE SUPERHEROES AND THE READER IS NEW TO THE WHOLE SUPERHERO THING SO SHE LIKE JUMPS IN BEFORE PETER CAN SAVE SOMEONE AND HE’S LIKE??????????????? AND MAYBE MORE STUFF AFTER THAT?? THANK YOU
“Peter! Peter! Bro, have you heard about the new superhero going around Queens?” Ned asks Peter as he approaches the lunch table. “Yeah, she beat me to some trashy thieves yesterday. Why?” Ned smiles widely before placing a Daily Bugle article on the table.
“IS KINETICA THE BETTER SUPERHERO?!” Peter exclaims. “How the hell is she better than m-uh, I mean him! She barely even showed up last week!” Peter is furious with the article and Ned’s entertained smile makes him even madder. “The article says that Kinetica has done a lot more for the community in the past week than Spiderman has in the past six months, man. You need to step up your game.”
While this conversation is taking place in the cafeteria, you’re struggling with your calculus homework in the library of Midtown Highschool. Since you got your telekinesis powers, you’ve been spending as much time as possible trying to help the citizens of Queens. You don’t know how Spiderman does it. Whether you do your homework during school or after, you’re still losing sleep and your grades have begun to drop from all the time you’re out in the city trying to help. You’re beginning to losing your mind with all the work and physical strain as well as lack of sleep.
When you walk home that day, your friend Peter catches up to you. “Wow, (Y/N), you okay? You’re wobbling,” he says. “Yeah, yeah I’m good, Pete. Barely getting any sleep, that’s all.” He nods and tells you he knows how that feels. Your t-shirt slips down as you adjust your bag and he sees the faint colours of a familiar green and black skin-tight costume. You pull your shirt up before he can see for longer than a second, though. “Hey, (Y/N), can I ask you something?”
“Sure, Peter, what’s up?” you say tiredly.
“What do you think of the new superhero, Kinetica? I think she’s kinda stupid, if you ask me. We already have Spiderman to take care of Queens.”
“Well I think Queens is big enough for both of them,” you say quickly and defensively.
“Can I ask you another question?”
“Sure, Pete, shoot.”
“Wanna team up instead of you stealing all of my bad guys? I could use some help.” He grins as you stop walking.
“Yeah. Yeah, sure.” You say before catching up with him. “One condition, though.” He hums for you to tell him what that may be.
“Swing me home? I’m gonna collapse if I walk any further.” He chuckles and pulls you into an alleyway to change before he swings you to your bedroom window. With an arrangement of him picking you up at eight that night, you both parted ways.
The masked vigilante Spider-Man has once again apprehended notorious bank-robber, Herman Schultz, nabbing the prison escapee yesterday afternoon during an attempted robbery at a diamond exchange in Midtown Manhattan.
Schultz managed to hold off the police for some time using his technologically advanced vibratory gauntlets that either emit dangerous pulse waves or have the unique singular power to throw cop cars hundreds of feet in the air (we’re guessing it’s the former).
After a brief skirmish that left several police vehicles heavily damaged, Spider-Man removed one of Schultz’s gauntlets and gave Schultz a taste of his own medicine, which in this case was a pulse wave right to the face.
Schultz had recently escaped from Ryker’s Island penitentiary where he was being held on bank robbery charges. Detective Jean DeWolff of the Major Crimes Unit admitted the police thought Schultz had fled the city.
“The really sad thing about him is that he must be a brilliant engineer to create a weapon like this,” said DeWolff. “He could sell that technology and make billions, instead he chooses to rob a bank for what? A couple of grand? This guy is a stone cold dummy.”
Nothing really new happening as of now. Been doing the same stuff (routine) for the past few days and i’ve been zoning out listening to some old playlist at home.
Albeit my heart’s wrenching, my body seemed to response to a more painful swelling. And i’ve been having recurring fever too. Took a med awhile back, it’s anti-biotic, due to the sore from what seems to be a possible carbuncle (boil). I remember i had one before, i didn’t know it’s possible for it to occur again. A total pain in the ass, literally.
But i really want to cry. I just can’t seem to find an emotional trigger so far. Give me advices. Talk to me. I need some wake up call. No crap and bull talk. I just need someone whom i can trust and confide with, any time.
Why is it so hard to trust people nowadays? Why can people be kind or reliable? Is staying true so hard to do?
Not content to just show off his latest sports car, young billionaire and future misanthrope, Harry Osborn was seen arm in arm with supermodel Valencia Vitaly at the closing ceremonies in Sochi. Osborn had reporters scrambling for an interview, but all questions went unanswered as he disappeared soon after the ceremony ended.
Harry’s Russian sojourn is just the latest in a long European adventure that’s included skydiving in Monaco, week long parties in Seville and impromptu street races in the narrow streets of Prague. Suffice it to say, Harry seems intent on spending his trust fund as fast and as dangerously as possible.
Rumor has it people inside Oscorp want Harry to stay as far away as possible, but as the health of his father is still uncertain, the rest of the world wants to know: what will it take to bring him home?