Bluebottle wrote:in the latest issue of amazing, he discovers some new powers when looking for a lost girl under a collapsed building.
- he can see in the dark
- he can feel vibrations through his webbing
- he puts the girl on his back, and she sticks to him like a spider carrying it's young.
A perfect example of how Marvel doesn't pay attention to their character's histories. The last two aren't even new powers (or shouldn't be). I believe it's been established that Spider-Man can make any part of his body stick, back included. This is b/c his sticking power is based on his pores, not barbs in his fingers like in the film (not bitching about changes in the movie, just pointing out the difference).
And the feel vibration through webbing thing. The man has the heightened sense of a spider. Why is this something he was never able to do before?
So they're making him more like a spider. I get that. But why? People don't call him Spider-Man b/c he doesn't have the powers of a spider! Boo Hiss!