Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
He was loved.

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Subj: Re: "One More Day" speculation
Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 at 07:24:58 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: "One More Day" speculation
Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 at 03:54:50 pm EDT

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> I don't know if he did. He remarks about the vaccum cleaner where in ASM #4 he used it to capture Sandman, but we dont see it. Remember, it is stated in ASM #500 that he is actively participating in the timeline, not just watching it. Also, although he retrieves the ISO36,
> Is it possible that May never got it, has no immunity to it now, and maybe current Peter's transfusion is what is harming her? Also, we see Gwen conscious in ASM #500, she falls, but Peter doesnt web her. Could she be alive? I dont know. But at the end of ASM #500, Dr Strange is told that he has affected things for himself that could make him more beatable. Why couldnt Peter's foray change his current situation or personality?
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I get what you are saying but I think we were just supposed to assume that once Peter "lept" out of that timeline that his former self just finished the task as is. Basically, everything Peter did was what had already happened. He just doesn't remember being possessed by his future self for a few seconds. When you go back and read ASM #6 or one of those issues, let's just say that for one panel we ae looking at the future Spiderman. He can't change things because it already happened that way?

As for Doc Strange, that was a little odd sense at the end there were two of him. One was last in the time stream and the new one had no memory of anything. What I read from his comment was that now that he has tinkered with time he is vulnerable to having his time changed as well. Meaning, one of his enemies could go back and kill him as a child or something.

I hate time travel.


> I get what you are saying but I think we were just supposed to assume that once Peter "lept" out of that timeline that his former self just finished the task as is. Basically, everything Peter did was what had already happened. He just doesn't remember being possessed by his future self for a few seconds. When you go back and read ASM #6 or one of those issues, let's just say that for one panel we ae looking at the future Spiderman. He can't change things because it already happened that way?

That's the way I read it, as well.


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