This bothers me. I am a total marvel geek and I have no idea if this is true. I must commit seppiku.
@GunSupporter, wait did you dishonor your family by not knowing?
@GunSupporter, which part is not true?
@GunSupporter, it's a question of which possibility is more dramatic.
Does the hero steal a launcher and save spidey from the villain or are they too big for their britches and set up for a teaching moment?
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Film theory on youtube just did a video about this kind of. Check it out.
In the latest spider man movie in order to save peter his friend shoots one of his webs and he is completely fine didn't even recoil so wouldn't it be okay?
@xKingFrenchy, he didn't swing from it, he just shot it. Spiderman is saying swinging would rip his arm off.
Dont get mad if im wrong because i know hardly anything marvel, but i thought the web shooters are like part ofhis body? Not detachable and available to share?
@WimpyCobra727, in the comics he uses devices, but in the first three Spider-Man live action movies he creates web from his body, in the newer movies though he is back to making his webs through science again
@magrar, this makes more sense thank you. I always assumed it was a bodily function after a spider bite
@WimpyCobra727, yeah you probably got that from the first movies, I like it better when he makes the webs cause it shows how smart he is
@WimpyCobra727, if you want a more complicated answer then there are many MANY different spider men from different universes and timelines. Some of which have organic web shooters like a spider and others are mechanical.
Would it really rip your arms off?
@Ianxm, can you do a one handed pull up ? Because I think it's basically what would be happening. And if you have lots of momentum then suddenly stop into a one handed pull up it would mess up your arm
@Saddle, I guess that makes sense. I never thought about it that way
@Ianxm, well when he gets going he reaches about 70 miles an hour or so on his swings, at the bottom of the swing if the web was attached to your arm either the web would come off or the arm would. Either way, hella dead.
@Saddle, pull up 1 g, spidey swing 1 g per second of free fall
@Ianxm, body weight, plus centrifugal force of the swing at his speed would probably be enough to pull it out of socket, not to mention if he got jarred instead of falling in a perfect arc, he'd experience even more force
This endeavor sounds rather dis-arm-ing...