You can help by adding to it. Their relationship began almost immediately after Peter stopped going out with Mary Jane Watsonwhom he began to see as shallow and self-absorbed. She wanted Peter to ask her to marry him and convince her to stay, but his guilt stopped him from proposing.
Early Life Peter's normal, powerless days as a teenager Peter Parker was orphaned at the age of six when his parents were killed in an airplane crash overseas. Peter was extremely smart and worked his way to become an honors student at Midtown High School.
However, Peter's shyness and scholastic interest often made him a social outcast, being overshadowed by the likes of high school bully, Flash Thompsonamong other popular kids. While attending a public exhibition demonstrating the safe handling of nuclear laboratory waste materials, sponsored by the General Techtronics Corporation, Peter was bitten by a radioactive spider that had been irradiated by a particle accelerator used in the demonstration.
Making his way home afterwards, Peter discovered he had somehow gained incredible strength, agility, and the ability to cling to walls; spider-like traits that he immediately associated with the spider bite.
The moment that changed everything Becoming Spider-Man See: Amazing Fantasy 15 After seeing an ad offering a cash prize to anyone who could last three minutes in the ring with a professional wrestler, Peter decided this would be the perfect way to test his powers.
Wearing a mask to avoid potential embarrassment, Peter easily defeated his opponent.
A television producer observed his performance and convinced him to go on television with his 'act. Following his first television appearance, Peter purposely neglected to stop an escaping thiefclaiming that it was not his responsibility to do so.
Peter forgot the incident as his fame rose, but one night he returned home to discover that his Uncle Ben had been murdered while trying to stop a burglar.
Peter seeing his mistake Learning the police had the burglar responsible holed up in a warehouse, Peter donned in his Spider-Man costume and went to avenge his uncle.
After cornering the criminal in the warehouse, Peter unmasked the robber, only to find it was the same man who he let escape earlier. After knocking the criminal out and lowering him to policeman via web-line, Peter returned home and thought about how he could've stopped the man when he had the opportunity.
Filled with remorse, he realized that with great power, there must also come great responsibility. Peter eventually found himself consumed by the concept of adventure and heroism.
That, along with the lesson in responsibility that was recently drilled into his head, inspired him to take that fateful step into the shoes of heroism, as the Amazing Spider-Man, New York's newest street level hero. Taking on Great Responsibility.In his own house on Mack Avenue () and in other residential commissions for captains of industry, Kahn showed a penchant for English Domestic Revival and Tudor styles, as seen in George Booth's Cranbrook House (), with its use of Arts and Crafts detailing and Pewabic tiles.
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