Does Whatever A Biker Can
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Yeah, we're gonna be honest with you. All that stuff that seems troublesome about Spider-Man gets much cooler if you just say it with a six year old's voice. Go on, try it with this list.
"Spider-Man once had a clone and he fought the clone but then he made friends with the clone and they decided they were brothers."
"Spider-Man got married to a supermodel but then he had to fight the devil and he WON but to save his aunt he had to forget he was ever married and now they're just friends."
"Spider-Man had Iron Man armor but then he took it off and told people who he was! But then he got in a fight with Iron Man and gave the armor back and then he put on a black costume and fought The Kingpin in prison! But then he went back to his old costume after Dr. Strange made everybody forget."
Now, you might have hated those storylines and I might have hated those storylines but when you say them fast they sound AMAZING, don't they? Because speed is the gift of childhood, and if you go fast enough, everything is good. Don't believe us? Buy your kid this Spider-Man bike.
In a week or two, they'll have it mastered and the included training wheels will come off. Then they'll take a tiny hill, then a serious hill, then the biggest hill they can find. And as they woosh down the street yelling SPIDER-MAN, SPIDER-MAN at the top of their lungs, you'll have to accept the one fact writers too often forget.
Specifically, we don't always need a year-long storyline out of your two issues worth of ideas.
(Hickman, we're not talking to you, you keep right on doin' it right.)