Quote:Re. Jean DeWolff: I just saw a post that according to a story by one Dan Slott Jean actually once confessed her love to Spidey's face some time before her death.
Quote:Sure this contradicts what was established in previous continuity and in The Death of Jean De Wolff in particular, but hey, Slott is totally awesome and can do no wrong, right? So we really should be seeing more of Captain De Wolff in the future.
You (and the person who posted those scans) are missing the point. Remember that the symbiote originally took Peter out at night without him remembering it so it could feast on his adrenaline. Read the captions carefully "The symbiote doesn't understand the words...It searches its memory for what the host would do. " The clear implication is that the symbiote is in control, not Peter.
I did miss the symbiote thing, so Peter would not remember.
Someone would probably have to check in how far Slott's story works with the chronology for the symbiote and the Black Cat (the symbiote remembering Spidey kissing her), though. From his return from the first Secret War to the discovery of the alien symbiote and its imprisonment by Mr. Fantastic (which only took a few months readers' time) Peter spent a lot of time with Mary Jane (this was when she revealed she knew he was Spider-Man) and there was a bit of uneasiness between Spider-Man and the Black Cat. And I don't have the PPSSM issues set during the interval.