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Where is this from and what happened to his shirt?
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> Where is this from and what happened to his shirt?
> PhotobucketPhotobucket
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> tia

This is from "The Other" storyline that ran earlier this decade.

One of his new "powers" but was probaly something he was able to do before but never tried.

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Mr. Knees




> Where is this from and what happened to his shirt?
> PhotobucketPhotobucket
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> tia



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dave




> This is from "The Other" storyline that ran earlier this decade.
>
> One of his new "powers" but was probaly something he was able to do before but never tried.
>

I remember an issue of Amazing in which Spidey was describing his powers in the back of the book and he said his sticking power was over his whole body but it was stronger on his limbs. So yeah, he should have always been able to do this. What's odd is that there is no reason why he should have needed to take his shirt off. I mean the guy wears gloves and it seems to work.

And that kid would probably that that it was really gross that he was "sticking" to somebody's back. He has to be giving that kid brain cancer or something.


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Kaine




> > This is from "The Other" storyline that ran earlier this decade.
> >
> > One of his new "powers" but was probaly something he was able to do before but never tried.
> >
>
> I remember an issue of Amazing in which Spidey was describing his powers in the back of the book and he said his sticking power was over his whole body but it was stronger on his limbs. So yeah, he should have always been able to do this. What's odd is that there is no reason why he should have needed to take his shirt off. I mean the guy wears gloves and it seems to work.
>
> And that kid would probably that that it was really gross that he was "sticking" to somebody's back. He has to be giving that kid brain cancer or something.

Peter's new body that emerged from the cocoon in "the other" was bulkier than his 'old' one.
he simply ripped his shirt, it didn't fit any more. that's why he had to rescue the girl without a shirt, 'til he had a chance to create a new costume that fits.


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ericmaz422




> > > This is from "The Other" storyline that ran earlier this decade.
> > >
> > > One of his new "powers" but was probaly something he was able to do before but never tried.
> > >
> >
> > I remember an issue of Amazing in which Spidey was describing his powers in the back of the book and he said his sticking power was over his whole body but it was stronger on his limbs. So yeah, he should have always been able to do this. What's odd is that there is no reason why he should have needed to take his shirt off. I mean the guy wears gloves and it seems to work.
> >
> > And that kid would probably that that it was really gross that he was "sticking" to somebody's back. He has to be giving that kid brain cancer or something.
>
> Peter's new body that emerged from the cocoon in "the other" was bulkier than his 'old' one.
> he simply ripped his shirt, it didn't fit any more. that's why he had to rescue the girl without a shirt, 'til he had a chance to create a new costume that fits.



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