| > > A thread below made me think of this, why not give your opinions on this issue?|
> > To me, it's prominent for two reasons, one VERY big one.
> > 1. Ned Leeds death. A pivotal moment in the Spider-Saga.
> > 2. Spidey kills someone. Not through inaction or accident ( sort of ), bit by hitting a normal person so hard he essentially pulps her.
> > Obviously he was set-up to do this by Wolverine and Charlie, the latter choosing death over a life in captivity, but the fact remains that Spidey kills someone with his bare hands, the only time I can ever recall that happening.
> > Oh yeah, anyone else agree that Spidey totally kicked Logan's ass in this?
> Personally, I thought Wolverine was too powerful compared to Spidey in that incident.. the guy can benchpress cars, and he is punching Logan with everything he has got.. and he isn't able to kock out Wolverine, when "normal" people have done it before?
Adamantium skeleton bro. Hitting Logan in the face is liable to leave you with a broken hand!