Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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jwd

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PDT

Subj: Re: Would resurrecting Harry Osborn be a good idea?
Posted: Sat Sep 08, 2007 at 08:29:39 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Would resurrecting Harry Osborn be a good idea?
Posted: Sat Sep 08, 2007 at 02:44:09 pm EDT

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> And instead of saying Pete has no more friends, Quesada and JMS should recognize that Flash Thompson had become Peter's friend. Instead, in the mania for resetting the clock to 1962, Flash inexplicably became a bully again.

It's not inexplicable. It's because of the brain damage Flash suffered at the hands of the Goblin a few years back. Flash was left in a vegetative state, and when he came out of it, he had amnesia and only remembered Peter from way back in high school.

As I understand it, Peter David did it because he wanted to set off a certain dynamic between Peter and Flash in the wake of Peter revealing his secret identity to the world. After that happened, Peter and Flash would start to become friends, but why is that happening, exactly? Is Flash genuinely trying to become Peter's friend, or is he only doing it because Peter is his idol, Spider-Man? It's pretty interesting stuff.

> As I understand it, Peter David did it because he wanted to set off a certain dynamic between Peter and Flash in the wake of Peter revealing his secret identity to the world. After that happened, Peter and Flash would start to become friends, but why is that happening, exactly? Is Flash genuinely trying to become Peter's friend, or is he only doing it because Peter is his idol, Spider-Man? It's pretty interesting stuff.

I wonder if any of the new BND writers plan to followup on this or what Peter's status will be with Flash (and the rest of the cast for that matter)

jwd




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