Avengers: Infinity War - Iron Man & Spider-Man's Relationship Continues to Evolves
Peter Parker and Tony Stark have a touching relationship in Avengers: Infinity War, something we saw brewing since Spider-Man: Homecoming. When he gets told off by Tony Stark and/or Iron Man, it feels like a dad. Iron Man and Spider-Man's mentor/student dynamic will evolve in Avengers: Infinity War, say directors Joe and Anthony Russo. That's remained true right up to the present day. Indeed, the relationship, or lack thereof, between Iron Man and Spider-Man in the current.
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Michael Straczynski decided that there was ample ground to build a relationship between the two characters, namely that of mentor and apprentice. Spider-Man, in both his superhero and civilian identities, is a character that has from the beginning been envisioned as aspirational and in need of father figures Almost from day one Spider-Man was a character seeking association with a greater whole.
Amazing Spider-Man 1 sees the titular character attempting to convince the Fantastic Four to let him join, but is rejected. A year later, in Decemberhe appeared in an Avengers issue to fight a Spider-Man robot sent back from the future by Kang the Conqueror.
There he is denied a spot on the team.
Civil War, it sees him as a teenager again dealing with the trials and tribulations of balancing school, a love life and crimefighting. And helped along the way by Robert Downey Jr. And most importantly, Tony assumes a mentor role with Peter aspiring to become an Avenger, and Tony guiding him but also shutting him down when he gets in too deep. The comics follow a similar trajectory, but with Peter in a very different time in his life. Tony felt a degree of responsibility considering he granted Charlie the original funding for his project and provided Spider-Man with the atmospheric chamber that ultimately defeated the villain.
This is a definite change of pace for the Parkers who previously struggled to get by, fighting bills and tragedy as much as supervillains. Peter, here portrayed in his mids and previously a high school science teacher, becomes Tony's assistant and establishes close ties with Iron Man and Spider-Man.
It is also red and gold, mimicking the Iron Man armor. The Iron Spider suit is first introduced in issue and featured prominently from through to just before and during the Civil War storyline.
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Peter is so loyal to Tony at this time that he unmasks publicly at a press conference, something that will have lasting repercussions. After a battle that results in the death of Goliath, caused by a clone of Thor, Spider-Man switches sides and joins up with Captain America on the anti-registration side.
Consequently he ditches the Iron Spider armor and in the decade since it has only made sparse appearances. This was especially palpable when the two would get into a heated argument. Although, he has great powers and great responsibilities, he is after all just a kid.
One should think that given the opportunity to join the team full-time would be a dream come true for the webslinger. There will be plenty of time for him to fight with the big guys. With superheroes always being so secretive about their identities, this was a historical moment for the superhero genre. Homecoming we witnessed Tony develop a close relationship with his protege Peter Parker. It was obvious that the younger man looked up to Tony and wanted to be just like him. The fans decided to have some fun with Spidey and created memes such as the one you see above.
In true like father, like son fashion, Peter too stepped up and declared to the world that he is Spider-Man. And sure enough, an anonymous internet comedian made one for Iron Man and Spidey.Spiderman vs iron man Argument Scene - Spider-Man: Homecoming 1080p HD Movie Clip (2017)
Yet, Tony Stark did just that. Two major problems with this plan though. And two, he has homework. Marvel, make it happen.
In fact, the Peter from these messages is pretty much in character. And given that Marvel loves having tons of jokes in its movies, this chat between Peter and his new dad Tony would fit in just fine. Obviously, someone has put a lot of thought into this witty exchange and we salute them.