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Marvel site doesn't list siblings amongst his known relatives, but there is a disclaimer that this is crowdsourced information and not from their own editors. https://www.marvel.com/characters/iceman Known Relatives William Robert Drake (father), Madeline Beatrice Bass Drake (mother), Mary (cousin), Joel (cousin), Anne (aunt)


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This really depends on which "Ultimate Spiderman" you are speaking of. The 616 ("our") Spiderman was bitten by a radioactively mutated spider, in most cases [not counting the inclusion of him as a "Spider totem", and thus giving it a mystical significance.] Generally speaking, his feats have shown him to be stronger, faster, more durable and more ...


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Actually, Spider-Man has a history of teaming up with other heroes. Though not officially canon, the "Spider Friends" have had several adventures together, and his friendship with both Ice Man and Fire Star was shown to be deep even beyond their college years. (Angelica even helped him while she was a New Warrior in the 1993 Maximum Carnage arc.) He's worked ...


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As far as I know, Jonah never published any articles accusing Spider-Man of being a mutant. However, in Amazing Spider-Man #282, he suggested Spider-Man was a mutant while hiring X-Factor to capture him. Jonah later indicated that he didn't actually care whether Spider-Man was a mutant or not; it appears he just said what he did to get X-Factor to take the ...


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Spider-Man usually only has web shooters and the organic ones have occurred rarely in the comics and in the Raimi trilogy. To coincide with Raimi's trilogy and the change to have Peter have organic webs and not web shooters the comics also made that same change. To cut a long story short Peter is turned into a spider by Queen, births from the spider and ever ...


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While fighting Iron Man in Amazing Spider-Man #544, Peter unloaded all the webbing he had stored in his body at the time in order to hold Iron Man prisoner. Iron Man broke free a few pages later when his repulsors came back online (they were temporarily offline as a result of having overheated earlier in the fight). Click images to enlarge.


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(Click links to see the comic pages this information is sourced from.) In Amazing Spider-Man #28, Peter graduated from Midtown High School with a science scholarship to Empire State University. In various 1960s issues such as Amazing Spider-Man #31, #45 and #47, it was stated or otherwise indicated that Peter was a science major at ESU. According to a ...


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The original Iron Man Mk1 suit is described as being approximately 1500 pounds (over half a metric ton) when fully loaded with ordnance and fuel. ARMOR DESCRIPTION: MARK I: ORIGINAL EXOSKELETON CONCEPT, WITH BULLET PROOF IRON-COPPER-MAGNESIUM ALLOY. WHEN FULLY LOADED, IT WEIGHS 1,500 POUNDS, WITH LIQUID PROPELLANT TANKS THAT OFFER BASIC FLYING ...


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At the moment it is unclear whether he does or not. That said The Daily Bugle promotional website has the following story: THE SEARCH FOR MORRIS BENCH! The Elemental menace known as the Hydro-Man evaded capture by Italian coast guard for the third day in a row - sparking rumors the US government is covering up his existence! What does the Navy ...


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No, she never has had spider powers in canon, (to my knowledge) but in the mighty avengers run she wore a version of the iron spider suit.


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Evident from his glowing eyes and silvery hair, its Simon Williams aka Wonder-Man Avengers Vol. 3, Issue 38 cover; click image to enlarge He appears later as well in the same issue: Avengers Vol. 3, Issue 38 Page 5; click image to enlarge


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The arc reactor simply needs to be inside his chest because it is powering the electromagnet keeping him alive. If he were to wear the reactor in a fannypac of some sort it not only would be weird but impractical and dangerous. Any bad guy could just walk up and pull it away even if it we're under his shirt. Also you've seen the movies for even a short ...


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The arc reactor, knowing Tony, would most likely be very durable. Due to the fact that he has to fight in battles with people who could possibly steel it leaving him to die. To prevent this, he covered it with thick glass.


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It looks nothing like an Abrams or T-72. It's a late model Chieftain which makes sense since many were sold to Iran during the Shah Regime. It's therefore reasonable to presume one fell into the hands of a terrorist group like the one scene in the film as other British export tanks such as the British MBT fell into hands of groups like ISIS. What's more ...


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This has been left intentionally unclear and mysterious. Jon Watts, the director, was asked this question directly and left it up for the viewer to decide what they felt was right. Interestingly he does state "he was able to mask himself and his background and change all of that". Now the two parts here, "mask his background" and "change all of that" are in ...


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The character name as given in credits, post film information and throughout the movie is Quentin Beck. There is no reason to suspect that his name is not Quentin, the story that is created is about a character from another Earth, so having the same name as a person that happens to exist on the MCU Earth could be sold very easily. As could the fact that ...


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The only on screen conversation we have is between Bruce and Tony when they're having a little bit of a verbal contest. Bruce Banner: Ah, see. I don't get a suit of armor. I'm exposed, like a nerve. It's a nightmare. Tony Stark: You know, I've got a cluster of shrapnel, trying every second to crawl its way into my heart. (points at the MINI-ARC ...


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Basically, Wanda didn't hold Thanos back. He let her think he did for an easier win. There are main 2 factors in play here. The gauntlets power and Thanos's pride. Wanda's power is a tertiary factor. Spoilers ahead! Secondly, Thanos's downfalls is pride. Thanos is a master tactician (or overly cautious) and knew he could reverse time and take the stone ...


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They are a well kept secret in Universe 616. Those that know the secret, guard it jealousy to prevent others from seeking them out. For the most part, no one even knew they were so powerful. Heck, The Champion (an elder) thought the power gem was a lucky charm/trinket. In order to trace them, you 1st must have a good reading to go from and since they are ...


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The comics do not say specifically how the soul stone ended up in the High Evolutionary's possession. It does mention some facts and lets you guess how it got their though. In Warlock Chronicles #1 the soul gem explained it's history. Darklore and Meer'lyn revealed it's sentience when Adam Warlock was knocked out. The soul gem said: I am one of six ...


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A couple of facts first, from The Infinity Gauntlet #6. Thanos said to Nebula "You haven't the vision necessary to properly exploit the infinity gems!" Strange and Surfer stated "He stands outside the realms of chaos and order." It's kinda like not knowing ultraviolet light exists. Children don't know it exists so they don't look for it. Nebula is that ...


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In short, no. In long, they are both. Frenemies or "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" by Sun Tzu explains their relationship quite well. It has been a complicated relationship between the two, over the years. Adam is Life's Champion and Thanos is the Death's champion (Vol. 1, No. 11, 1976, Comic 02153 - Warlock - The Strange Death of Adam Warlock) . ...


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Gutes Guterman Beck mentions his name during the speech: Quentin Beck: To Guterman; the story you created of a soldier from another Earth named Quentin fighting space monsters in Europe is totally ridiculous, and apparently exactly the kind of thing people believe right now! Spider-Man: Far From Home And whilst I'm pretty sure your title is written ...


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Thanos' mission was to save the universe by halving its living population. Once he did that he had no need for the Infinity Stones and they could "only serve as a temptation". Thanos: The universe required correction. After that, the Stones served no purpose, beyond temptation. Avengers: Endgame He also did it so no one could undo what he did. He ...


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What Professor Hulk meant by his long speech in the lab is, traveling into the past creates a new reality; the old one still exists. Thus, the Grandfather Paradox can't happen. This is not the same as most Star Trek time travel stories, or Back to the Future.


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Kind of. In the Ultimate Marvel universe/line of comics, the original (Natasha Romanova) Black Widow dies, and a couple of other characters take up the name while working for SHIELD. One of the other characters who takes the name Black Widow is the Ultimate version of Spider-Woman, a female clone of Peter Parker who most definitely has spider powers. ...


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Black Widow, along with half of Manhattan, receives viral spider powers in the animated series Marvel's Spider Man - Spider Island Part 2. We don't see her use spidey-sense, but she slings web, crawls on walls, leaps high into the air and punches like a champion,


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As far as I'm aware Black Widow has never had physical Spider-Man-like powers. However, in Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 Issue 86 Black Widow upgrades her costume and equipment. As part of that process she upgrades her Widow's Line: an imitation of Spider-Man's web shooters. Click image to enlarge. Her suits have also been shown to be able to cling to walls ...


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Nightcrawler could be a diacon, the first step to preasthood, so he is allowed to wed someone and get married (in the future).


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absolootly when she comes into the room and takes him down and starts to clime up on him, there's that kind on shy school boy smitten w/teacher thing untill she see's Thor. Magiczombie


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We don't know because we don't know how anyone is able to use the Infinity Stones, it just seems to be either instinctive/intuitive or the Stone's are doing the work for you by guessing at what you want them to do. A good example of this (disregarding Tony and Smart Hulk because they had studied the Mind Stone) is Peter Quill. He was able to hold the Power ...


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I used to want Clint and Natasha to be cannon, but now I prefer them to be more of a best friend sort of cannon. I think that Clint was actually sent to kill her when she worked for the KGB, as threat to S.H.I.E.L.D. I think that he saw that Natasha had potential to be good, and just needed someone to be there for her, so he didn't kill her. I also believe ...


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