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This will all lead to a difficult decision for Peter Parker in regards of the school and his job, as to whether or not he should leave his teaching position or leave, considering that, if he leaves, villains may still show up at the school and put the kids in danger.
So...Peter's big conflict will be whether he should quit his job or quit his job? Personally, I think he should quit his job, because that's clearly the unexpected answer...
Asked about Spider-Man's "criminal" past, JMS said that he would be surprised if many former claims don't come back to haunt him, as before this, the claims had no way to come back and haunt him.
Uh...what? I've read that sentence over two dozen times now and I still can't quite parse it out.
Further explaining the differences between the characters, JMS reiterated his story from Heroes Con about an upcoming scene between Spider-Man and Reed when Reed tells Peter about his uncle who was brought up on charges of being un American, ultimately losing his job and going to jail because of his beliefs. In telling Reed he must have been proud of his uncle, Reed counters Peter by saying that his uncle was wrong, and the law is the law, and his uncle was wrong for going against it.
Wow. Reed's a dick. He and Ann Coulter are right on that "rehabilitating McCarthy" bandwagon, huh?
Alonso said that the comics are not beholden to the movies, and they are free to maintain the comic line's identity in light of the developments shown in the film.
Seriously, I read that, and couldn't stop laughing for like ten minutes.
Asked if there is an exit strategy for the reveal, McCann said that the revelation will play a major role in the Spider-Man comics through next year.
So, Dr. Strange/The Scarlet Witch casts the big "everybody forgets Peter Parker is Spider-Man--oh, and he's no longer married to Mary Jane--spell" a year from now. Good to know.