In Captain America: Civil War, when Stark recruited Parker to join the action, no mention was made of the cause for which they were fighting. All they talk about is how Stark could help Spidey essentially upgrade himself, and then bam, Spider-Man is OK with fighting well respected heroes like Captain America, someone I'm sure he also respects and looks up to!
I get that Parker and Stark have a lot in common and all that. My question is, was Spider-Man on team Iron Man just because he looks up to Stark and Stark gave him an upgraded suit etc. and that's it, or does he personally believe in the Sokovia Accords and government oversight of superheroes?
Why was Spider-Man on team Iron Man? Was it
- because Iron Man made him a suit?
- because he just looked up to Stark so much that if Stark said to punch Cap (and his team) in the face, he'd do it, no questions asked?
- because he believed in the Sokovia Accords and government oversight of superheroes?*
*If he does believe in the Sokovia Accords, is there anything showing where Spider-Man falls on the Sokovia Accords issue? i.e. quotes from the film, tie-in comics, supplementary materials, anything?