Secret identities for superheroes. Especially when your superhero endeavors attract the attention of a colorful cast of super baddies who have you on the top of their foes list. You can’t have them come after your loved ones. Not all secret identities are the same. Some people seem to think a pair of glasses and a nerdy hair comb can make everyone not able to put together the handsome but nerdy Daily Planet reporter with the man of steel. Clark Kent isn’t the only one who has found a way to monetize his double life. Peter Parker manages a modest living at least early in his adult life selling pictures of his heroics to the one publication that has dedicated itself to exposing his alter ego as a menace. Because Parker’s if Peter Parker’s life is anything, it’s super complicated. Things got extra complicated dow ol’ MCU way when a lot of Peter Parkers who don’t actually live in the Marvel Cinematic Universe got to visit for a while and put their Peter Parker minds together to figure out a way to redeem those foes from another universe that came with them. But in doing so there are some story issues that come up, like the worlds these Peter Parkers return to are going to be fundamentally changed in ways that may forgo the creation of the other villains. Are there explanations to these seeming blunders? Give us your explanation in the comments and while you’re there be sure to like and subscribe for the latest videos in your inbox.
0:35 MJ’s necklace
2:26 With great power comes great responsibility
3:59 How did Doc Ock know about Norman’s alter ego?
5:25 How did Doc Ock know Spider-Man was Peter Parker?
6:33 Electro never knew Peter Parker was Spider-Man
7:12 Doc Ock is wearing something different than Spider-Man 2
7:38 Marko should’ve been killed in the final fight via electrocution
8:33 Snowball effects of villains being cured and returning to their timeline
9:41 Eddie Brock Venom Part 1
10:24 Eddie Brock Venom Part 2
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Written by: Ryan Carbrey
Narrated by: Grant Kellett
Edited by: Guillermo A.
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