spider man: reign

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Yeah? How’s that working out for you?

Moon Knight, Spider-Man & The Dark Avengers from Vengeance of the Moon Knight #5

  • Gregg Hurwitz
  • Jerome Opena
  • Dan Brown

Where to start reading Peter Parker?

Let’s start with Amazing Fantasy #15 which is his first appearance and origin.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man #3, 14, 18-19, 26-27, 31-33, 39-40, 41-43, 50-52, 53-56, 88-90, 100-102
  • The Death of Gwen Stacy
  • Amazing Spider-Man #224-230
  • Amazing Spider-Man #248
  • Spider-Man The Original Clone Saga arc
  • Original Hobgoblin Saga (Amazing Spider-Man #238-239, 244-245, 249-251 and Spectacular Spider-Man #85)
  • The Harry Osborn Saga (Spectacular Spider-Man #178-184, 189-190, 199-200)
  • The Second Hobgoblin Saga (Amazing Spider-Man #249-251, 259-261, 275-277, 279)
  • Amazing Spider-Man #252-259
  • Spider-Man: Sinister Six
  • Spider-Man: Torment
  • Spider-Man: The Death of Jean DeWolf
  • Amazing Spider-Man #290-292, Annual 21
  • Kraven’s Last Hunt
  • Amazing Spider-Man #299-300
  • Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage
  • Spider-Man: Spider Hunt
  • Spider-Man: Revenge of the Goblin
  • Amazing Spider-Man vol.2 #30-35, 38
  • Spider-Man’s Tangled Web #5-6
  • Return of the Goblin story arc
  • Spider-man: Blue
  • Spider-Man & Wolverine
  • Spider-Man/Human Torch: I’m with stupid
  • Avengers Disassembled
  • Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus #1-5
  • Spider-Man / Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do
  • Peter Parker: Spider-Man #44-47 (a death in the family arc)
  • Amazing Spider-Man vol.2 #38
  • New Avengers #1-6
  • Spider-Man The Other
  • Civil War
  • Spider-Man: Reign
  • Spider-Man: Back in Black
  • One More Day arc
  • Amazing Spider-Man: New Ways to die
  • Spider-man Died in your arms tonight (Amazing Dark Reign The List: Spider-Man #1
  • Spider-Man #600-601, Annual 36, Amazing Spider-Man Family #7) 
  • The Gauntlet arc
  • Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine
  • Grim-Hunt arc
  • The Amazing Spider-man #648-657
  • Fantastic Four #588
  • FF vol.1
  • The Amazing Spider-Man #658-665
  • Fear Itself arc
  • Spider-island arc
  • Spider-Men
  • The Amazing Spider-Man: Dying Wish #698-700
  • Superior Spider-Man
  • Amazing Spider-Man (2014)
  • Spider-Man Family Business

If you think I’m missing something let me know :)

Marvel:  Captain America’s a nazi now!!!!!  Because reasons!!!  So clever!!!!

Me:  That’s… okay fine, sure.  I’ve withstood countless elseworlds and Ultimates Cap and fucking ‘Sins Past’ AND ‘Spider Man: Reign.’  (Jesus god, Sins Past.)  I can endure one of my favorite symbols of nobility and heroism being used for… whatever the fuck you think you need to do.

*November happens*

Marvel:  STILL A NAZI

Me:  Can we just not do this anymore please?

Marvel, today:  HEYYYYYY GUESS WHAT

Me:  Are we really still doing this?  How are you not bored by now?

Marvel:  IT GETS BETTER AND BY BETTER I MEAN NAZI!  : D  : D  SO CLEVER!

Me:  This is me, flipping you off with one hand while reading Steve/Tony centaur porn with the other. 

For the First Time (Again)

@wadeypoo


The first time it happened, Peter and Wade had barely been in a relationship for a year. They’d been going slow, feeling their way through space just filled with mines charged to go off at the slightest brush from the other, and Peter had been very reluctant about Wade leaving for three months. They hadn’t moved in together yet, but more often than not one stayed at the others place at least five nights out of the week, and they had already begun to talk about getting themselves a new apartment that would be theirs from the start. Something that didn’t scream “single white nerd” or “regenerating degenerate” quite so loudly, but instead would say something like “we’re trying to make it and so far its working.”

And then Wade had told Peter he’d gotten a call for a hit.

It was the first time since they’d been together that Wade had taken a job. Peter had insisted as gently as possible that they talk about what the job would entail and how long he’d be gone, what there was to gain from such an endeavor and the details of the job itself. Peter hadn’t been happy to allow the price-tagged ending of a life, but when Wade had laid out surveillance photos of the man doing some pretty horrible things to enslaved foreign women and to children, he’d hugged Wade tight, buried his face in Wade’s shoulder and murmured, “Sometimes the dog’s just rabid and it’s kinder and better for everyone to just…put him down right?”

Wade had murmured something off-color about Old Yeller and then they’d headed to bed, made love and Peter had seen Wade off at the airport in the morning for a two month hit job in South America.

That had been nearly eight months ago. Peter hadn’t heard from Wade in four months and he wasn’t sure what to think. Wade had warned him not to worry until a year had passed. With his healing abilities nothing could permanently remove him from Peter’s life, but sometimes things went south and he’d have to lay low rather than be followed back to his precious new life. Sometimes he’d end up a prisoner and it would take him some time to escape, but he always did. He’d stressed, buried balls deep in Peter’s ass and huffing hotly against the brunet’s arched neck as Peter had moaned and whimpered and panted himself, that at the twelve month mark he would absolutely be in need of assistance and that Peter should find Wolverine and come looking for him. He’d left Peter the details on the inside of a pizza box top after he’d pulled three farewell orgasms out of him and then they’d cuddled up and kissed languidly until dawn and Wade’s departure time.

So it was a surprise to see a familiar flash of red and black across the roof top from him when he’d swung up to rest from web-slinging all the way from 32nd to 24th. He’d launched back into motion before he’d really thought about it, pounced from a rebound of a nearby water tower, landed on his hands, twisted on his palms, wrapped his thighs around Wade’s neck and twisted, slamming Deadpool to the rooftop so that Spider-man was sat on the Merc’s pecs, a knee to either side of that classic red and black mask. He folded his arms across his chest, ignored the fact that his junk was basically resting on the mercenary’s throat (and how blood boilingly erotic it was to feel Deadpool’s hot breath ghosting over his groin), and glowered down at the man he had pinned.

Deadpool had always, even before their relationship had become an official really-real thing, allowed Spider-man free reign with his person, permitting the Wall-crawler liberties with his personal space and tamping down on the reactionary responses that - had it been anyone other than Spidey - would have resulted in missing limbs or loss of life. There were very few occasions where Wade wasn’t himself and he had attacked or attempted to avoid or subdue his then idol. And Wade, as Peter had found out over the course of their courting and cavorting, really liked that Peter was strong enough to manhandle him. A memory that was having Peter’s dick swelling in his tights. So what if Wade was welcomed home with arousal. Peter was mad at him too. And relieved, which was only aiding in the whole getting hot and hard thing… man, he had it bad. He should be furious. Instead he was…understanding, relieved, and only a little angry.

“How long have you been home? Have you been avoiding me, Wade? We talked about this. You don’t have to feel like you need to pay penance or feel badly for doing something that rids the world of a skeevy sleezeball like Kanoranski.”

What Peter hadn’t known then was that while Wade was himself…he wasn’t all of himself anymore. There were a few vital things missing… like for instance a fair few of his memories.

Welcome to the first edition of Potential Phase 4! It’s glorified fan fiction really. Marvel, please hire me.

This week, we’ll be covering my most-wanted potential film, Avengers: Dark Reign.


The Background:

In Marvel Comics, the Dark Reign event occurred after the Skrulls ever-so-secretly invaded Earth. Taking the credit for their defeat, Norman Osborn, also known as Green Goblin, rose to the position of Director of H.A.M.M.E.R., usurping Tony Stark from his position in the then dismantled S.H.I.E.L.D. Osborn would form an alliance with Namor, Emma Frost, Hood, Doctor Doom and the female Loki called the Cabal to run the world from darkness. Forming his own Dark Avengers, he would fool the world, and eventually lay siege to Asgard itself.


The Premise:

For the MCU, it is clear that Dark Reign would have to be switched up a bit, given that the events leading up to it will not happen. So, here is how I envision it:

In the aftermath of Infinity War, the Avengers are broken. After banding together one last time, and suffering crippling losses, it is decided that the team could not continue. However, on returning to Earth after the climactic battle with the Mad Titan Thanos, the heroes would discover that the world they left not so long ago, was no more.

Tony Stark carefully hid the fact that he was responsible for the creation of the insane AI Ultron after the robot’s attack, but Norman Osborn has blown the proverbial whistle. With the world against the Avengers for bringing such destruction upon them, a Dark Reign begins. Bringing together his own team of villains in the guise of heroes, as well as forming an alliance with our own heroes’ nemeses, the man who is also the Green Goblin runs the world.

The Avengers are Disassembled. He has won.

So, in replacement of Secret Invasion, Osborn (Who is hopefully part of the Spider-Man deal), reveals The Avengers’ greatest failure, and runs the world on the back of that.

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Ya know, sometimes it’s nice to know it’s time to shut the fuck up.

Victoria Hand and Spider-Man from Siege #4