What if Shane Acker’s 9 was a live action film?
On the eve of Peter and Mary-Jane’s wedding, Harry kidnaps his former friend’s new allies, Vulture and Rhino, to complete his Sinister Six and destroy Spider-Man. The wallcrawling menace forms his own team and battle the Six and his former friend.
Now accidentally aware of Spider-Man’s identity, he hires disgruntled effects designer Quentin Beck to travel to alternate universes and sample DNAs of different Spider-Men to become the next Goblin and avenge his father’s death, for which Harry still holds both Peter and Spider-Man for.
With the Daily Bugle now out of business, J. Jonah Jameson develops and operates a public-access news network, the Daily Bugle Network, to preserve the future and legacy of the newspaper. He fires Peter, viewing his lackadaisical demeanor as an obstacle of the network’s ratings, which isn’t a surprise to him, as his former Empire State professor, Dr. Curt Connors, invites him to be an assistant at his lab. One day, after reconfiguring the animal serum that created Vulture and Rhino into a regeneration formula, and tests it on his amputated arm, which proves successful, though it mutates Connors into …
Now that Harry’s running the show at OsCorp, with his fiancée Liz at his side, he sets his sights on killing Spider-Man, who happens to be his best friend and soon-to-be best man Peter Parker, by enlisting former classmates, recluse Adrian Toomes and underachieving genius Alexander O’Hirn, in his father’s terminated program, injecting animal DNA in their blood, and to terrorize New York under the monikers Vulture and Rhino.
With Doc Ock imprisoned and the events of his attack on OsCorp nearly forces Norman Osborn into bankruptcy, leaving him no choice but to test a deadly serum created for military recruits for an undisclosed program. The tests backfire, and transforms Norman into a hideous, homicidal goblin, seeking to destroy all of New York and discover who is Spider-Man, spelling big trouble for the wallcrawler.
Five years have passed since Gwen Stacy was killed in Electro’s attack, the crime rate in New York has increased since Spider-Man’s disappearance, but that all changes when Aunt May sets a depressed Peter on a blind date with new girl Mary-Jane Watson. When the latter’s father is killed, New York’s number one wallcrawling menace is on the case. As disgruntled OsCorp scientist Otto Octavius blames Osborn for an accident that had his wife killed, he fuses his brain with four mechanized tentacles and will stop at nothing to have New York kneeling before his deadly claws.
Picking up where Amazing left off, Peter runs into his old college roommate Max Dillon, a custodian at OsCorp studying at medical school. One day, while rebooting the company’s electricity, a freak accident occurs and Max evaporates, presumed dead; he later returns as an electrical being to avenge his former state by attacking those who wronged them.
A different take on the Marc Webb duology, using the plot of the upcoming PS4 game. Peter Parker is 23 years old and interning at a laboratory while about to graduate from college. Peter has been Spider-Man for eight years and has settled into his role as protector of New York City. Early in the story, Spider-Man defeats Wilson Fisk. Afterwards, a new gang emerges known as the Inner Demons who are now taking over Fisk's territory. Spider-Man then arrives at a construction site owned by Kingpin and must defend Kingpin's men who are under attack by the Inner Demons. …
As Westlake High reels in the tragic suicide of autistic Damon Albright, whom his friends accused of ruining their lives after a party gone wrong, small town girl Joyce “Joy” Miller starts an investigation to know the real Damon was before he killed himself. But after Joy interviews his friends one by one, they grow humiliated and tormented by Damon’s ghost, whom only they can see and no one else can. CHARACTERS: Joyce “Joy” Miller: the lead character and aspiring journalist in charge of Damon’s story. Damon Albright: the title role who committed suicide after years of social rejection due …
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