Spider Man 2
In September 2002, Michael Chabon was hired to rewrite. His draft had a younger Doc Ock, who becomes infatuated with Mary Jane. His mechanical limbs use endorphins to counteract the pain of being attached to his body, which he enjoys. When he injures two muggers on a date, this horrifies Mary Jane and in the resulting battle with Spider-Man his tentacles are fused together, and the fusion begins to kill him. In the script, Octavius is the creator of the genetically-altered spider from the first film, and gives Peter an antidote to remove his powers: this means when Octavius is dying with his tentacles, he wants to extract Spider-Man's spine to save himself. This leads to an alliance with Harry (a detail which made it into the finished film). Beforehand, Harry and the Daily Bugle put a $10 million price on Spider-Man's head, causing the city's citizens to turn against him.
Spider Man 2
Although roughly the same as before, costume designer James Acheson made numerous subtle changes to Spider-Man's costume. Its colors were made richer and bolder, its spider emblem was given more elegant lines and enlarged, its eye-lenses were somewhat smaller, and its muscle suit underneath was made into pieces, to give a better sense of movement. Also, the helmet Maguire wore under his mask was also improved, with better movement for the false jaw and magnetic eyepieces, which were easier to remove.
Warning - This article delves into some of the main plot points of Marvel's Spider-Man and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.Though the entire Marvel's Spider-Man 2 rogues gallery is still up in the air for those not working on it, the public knows that fan-favorite character Venom will be making his first appearance in the franchise. The yin to Spider-Man's yang, Venom shares a lot of the spider-based hero's superpowers, with the addition of a few more. It's no wonder then that even with his much younger relationship with the Wall-Crawler (Venom was introduced as a character in 1988), Venom still stands strong as one of Spider-Man's most notorious foes.
In the Japanese release, whenever a cutscene starts or ends, the fadeout is different than the Western versions. The spider silhouette present in the fade is considerably thinner than in the Western releases.
Back home, after visiting Uncle Ben's grave, Peter reveals the truth about what happened the night he died. Aunt May is distressed over the revelation, and runs upstairs. Aunt May and Peter reconcile, and she tells Peter of the hope that Spider-Man brings to others, in spite of what dreams he may have to sacrifice. Peter attempts to re-connect with Mary Jane, but she informs him it is too late. In the meantime, Doc Ock has completed rebuilding his reactor, and needs one final item: the tritium which fuels the reactor. He goes to Harry Osborn for it, dangling him over the edge of the Osborn mansion balcony when he refuses. Harry agrees to give Ock what he needs in exchange for capturing Spider-Man. Mary Jane meets Peter in a coffee shop to ask if he still loves her, but Peter tells her that he does not. Doc Ock, having been advised by Harry that Peter was the key to finding Spider-Man, destroys the coffee shop. Peter regains his spider-sense at the right moment to throw Mary Jane and himself out of the way of a thrown taxi, but Doc Ock abducts Mary Jane in a plot to lure Spider-Man into a trap. 041b061a72