Hong Kong Girl

Topics: Spider-Man, Harry Osborn, Mary Jane Watson Pages: 2 (490 words) Published: February 18, 2013
This book “SPIDER-MAN 3” is a movie fiction and hero story. It’s talking about the main character, Peter Parker, Spider-Man, couldn't be having a better time in his life. He has finally managed to strike a balance between his devotion to MJ and his duties as a superhero, also he is adored by the denizens of New York City and he's the top of his class in school. But it all comes crashing down all too soon. His best friend, Harry Osborn, seeks revenge for the death of his father, the original Green Goblin, and his girlfriend, Mary Jane, calls things off before Peter can pop the question. All of this would be bad enough, but when a symbiotic creature covers Peter, becoming his black suit and increases his rage, greed, and lust for revenge, this all becomes a situation that puts Peter's entire future in jeopardy. When Peter discovers just how much the symbiotic has truly changed him, he makes a desperate attempt to remove the costume once and for all. The creature flees, only to find a new host in Eddie Brock, whom Peter disgraced and humiliated moments before. This symbiotic let he become a black Spider-Man. Then the normal Spider-Man and Black Spider-Man were fighting, and the normal one is the winner. Also there going as good as ever between he and his girlfriend.

When I read this book, the part of that when Spider-Man depend the symbiotic to be more forced and becoming arrogant, it let me know about “Power Corrupts”, so we should not be ego, greed and lust, if not it would make us become terrible and let everyone hate us. I thing the SPIDER-MAN series story is awesome and the character setting is good. Such as the idea that the battle between black Spider-Man and normal Spider-Man, it is a really exciting, innovative and interesting idea at all. And I think the main character, Peter’s dispositions let me really surprise, because Peter is a bookworm and an innocent people at “SPIDER-MAN”1 and 2, but he become arrogant and greed at...
Continue Reading

Please join StudyMode to read the full document

You May Also Find These Documents Helpful

  • Essay about Air Pollution: Causes, Problems, and Solutions In Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Landfill Problem Essay
  • Hong Kong Essay
  • Essay on Hong Kong and Its Moving Identity
  • Is Hong Kong Still a Shoppers’ Paradise? Essay
  • Starbucks Coffee Company (Hong Kong) Essay
  • Tutorial culture in Hong Kong Essay
  • Minimum Wage in Hong Kong Essay

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free