Extraordinary Grace

Extraordinary Grace

Academy Award #bestactor Jamie Foxx is looking pretty OG triple as deranged electomancer Max Dillon a.k.a. Electro.  Though not an in-house Marvel Production, Sony Pictures has seen wild success with @therealstanlee’s coveted Web-Slinger franchise.  Save perhaps when they cast Eric Forman as afflicted bruiser Eddie Brock a.k.a. Venom.  Which was a sub-optimal move, one might say.  Kind of  like the cinematic blunder known as Sucker Punch directed by who other than rampant herpaderp nub-scrub Zack Snyder.  #LOLUMADBRO?!?!

Quote1.png“It’s a couple hours of make-up, but it’s really so much fun,” Jamie Foxx on being Electro,“It’s part of a remarkable legacy: Spider-Man.  I mean, when you’re growing up as a kid, that’s everything. So to be able to be in that is just amazing–the producers wanted something for the future.  They wanted to have it more grounded and not as “comic-bookie”, so it won’t be green and yellow.  They wanted to try new things in the script.  This villain (@Electro) is for  the first time written really, really well,” he continued. “[Star] Andrew Garfield and [director] Marc Webb both commented on how great the script is, so it should be an exciting time.   “I’m just waiting to get to Comic-Con and see how people respond to it.Quote2.png — Jamie Foxx

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Peter Benjamin Parker a.k.a. Spider-Man is the shy, compassionate son of Richard and Mary Parker.  Orphaned at the age of 6, Peter’s parents were killed in a tragic plane crash.   Adopted by Aunt May and Uncle BenPeter attended Midtown High-School and was a quiet and diligent student.  Peter was largely misunderstood by most of his peers, and so mainly kept his head in the books.  A classic “nerd” Parker loved science, specifically:

Quote1 Biology, Physics, Chemistry,Ecology, Oceanography, Zoology, Botany, Geology, and MeteorologyQuote2 — Peter Parker (Earth-616)

With an affinity for biophysics, Peter was bitten by a radioactive spider while at a science-exhibition.  A twist of fate that gifted Peter with superhuman agility and a variety of arachnid-skillsetsincluding the ability to walk on walls, and cultivate spider-silk Not soon after being granted such a giftPeter’s surrogate father Uncle Ben was murdered in cold blood by a street thug.  Having failed to stop the thief as a masked vigilante Spider-Man, Peter always blamed himself for his Uncle’s death.

Quote1 My fault — all my fault! If only I had stopped him when I could have! But I didn’t — and now — Uncle Ben — is dead… Quote2— Peter Parker (Earth-616)

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A tragic emotional spurn, Peter swore to rid New York of the filth that had left him abandoned once again.  Honing his arachnid-abilitiesThe Amazing Spider-Man came to grace New York City’s skyscrapers with love and endearment.  Despite his luminescent visage however, Peter is repeatedly tormented with feelings of guilt and frustration.  Indeed “Spider-man” is at times scorned and ostracized by the very people that he  works so passionately to protect.  A psychological complex that many Idealists know all too well.  Having a pure-heart howeverPeter perseveres in his benevolence; regardless of the gratitude he receives.  Courageous, righteous, empathic, and highly intuitive; your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man is an Idealist.

Quote1.pngNF self-esteem is greatest when they see themselves and are seen by others as empathic in bonding with those closest to them.Quote2.png — Please Understand Me II p. 137

@therealstanlee on his coveted Web-Slinger:

@sadpaulgiamatti’s portayal of disgruntled sentinel Aleksei Sytsevich a.k.a the Rhino:

Aleksei Sytsevich

0 thoughts on “Extraordinary Grace”

  1. Which kind of idealist is he? Aslo I heard disney’s Alice from Alice in wonderland is a rational, how so?

    1. To be honest typing fictional characters specific temperament is difficult to me because of the diversity their writer infuses in them. However, he is definitely introverted, so probably a Healer, or Counselor. Alice from Alice in Wonderland has in-fact been given a strong Rational case on several occasions, those of which I will try and locate for you. ; )

  2. I think Spiderman reconciler Idealist also. His very nature of temperament role is responding (with his crusading). He attentive. Thinking on comics, noticable attributes are his compassion, diplomatic responding to *causes*. Very little mentoring, counseling, he motivated, driven, his calling as a responder on his missions. He basically is saving the world. Sounds classic reconciler. He would have to be annihilated to be stopped. They will do whatever it takes.

  3. I’d also add he was passionate over science and a researcher too. healers reknowned for their enthusiasm for academia, the scholary temperament and love of research.

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