|Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (webdesign) wrote,|
@ 2014-03-18 16:41:00
Contact: See commanderrogers
|Name: Peter Benjamin Parker|
Age/Date of Birth: 21 / August 10
Sexuality: Predominantly heterosexual. Although, you know. Totally has a thing for Michael B. Jordan. Just saying.
ETA: You know what? I'm going to expand on this, because Andrew Garfield expanded on this. He said: "I obviously long for the time where sexual orientation, skin color, is a small thread in the fabric of a human being, and all men are created equal — and women, sorry, women as well. To speak to the idea of me and Michael B. Jordan getting together, it was tongue in cheek, absolutely tongue in cheek. It would be illogical for me in the third movie to be like, you know what? I’m kind of attracted to guys. That’s just not going to work. That’s clear. It was just more a philosophical question, and what I believe about Spider-Man is that he does stand for everybody: black, white, Chinese, Malaysian, gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, transgender....[Spider-Man] represents the everyman, but he represents the underdog and those marginalized who come up against great prejudice which I, as a middle-class straight, white man, don’t really understand so much. And when Stan Lee first wrote and created this character, the outcast was the computer nerd, was the science nerd, was the guy that couldn’t get the girl. Those guys now run the world. So how much of an outcast is that version of Peter Parker anymore? That’s my question."
So on that note. I think I'm going to have to add a hard, bisexual underline to Peter's predominate heterosexual overtones.
Housing: With his Aunt May in Queens.
Prospective Job: Freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle. Superhero. Intern for Tony Stark of Stark Resilient.
Canon point: After TASM, and various months of game canon
Arrival Date: MCU - so always there. I'm taking the helm as of March 26th.
PB: Andrew Garfield
somewhat inspired by my Parker predecessor, pprkr
So like a lot of masked heroes, Parker is a different person when he puts the mask on than he is when he takes it off. There's a scene where he encourages a young boy to put the mask on, encouraging him that it'll make him stronger, so he can climb through a car that's about to fall into a river. In a lot of ways, he's admitting something about the mask to this kid. Because the mask makes him stronger. Maybe not physically, but being anonymous and somewhat free of responsibility because he's wearing a mask peels back layers of his shyness, and let's him be a hell of a lot more biting and sarcastic.
Peter's father Richard was, once upon a time, working with cross-species genetics with his partner, Dr. Curt Conners. But, after a break-in in the family home, Mary and Richard dropped their four-year-old son Peter and some documents off at his brother Ben's house, and disappeared. It was difficult at times for Peter, growing up without his parents, but he loved his Aunt May and Uncle Ben and treated them exactly like he would a mother and father. -- And he adjusted fine. While never a particularly popular boy, he was intelligent, quiet and devoted to his studies. While Uncle Ben was far more blue collar than scientific scholar, the two always got along great, and not having a lot of friends it was Ben who Peter looked to not only for guidance, but for friendship.
You know the drill. The ability to stick to surfaces, spider-sense, increased speed, strength, balance and agility. He's also a skilled photographer, and he's already bordering on genius-level when it comes to scientific knowledge and skill.
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