Spiderman And His Beginnings In Our World
The friendly neighborhood spider man sprang out of the imaginations of; writer and editor, Stan Lee and writer and artist Steve Ditko. Having made his first appearance in an earlier Mavel comic, Spider man started off in the world through his comic life, as a side kick to the heroes at the time and first appeared solo in the Marvel comic book titled, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Spiderman-s beginnings were humble, but he soon became one of the most popular characters ever penned by marvel comics because he was different, he was agile and powerful but in real life he was just a lonely teenager, often feeling inadequate and troubled. Over the years his character suffered quite a few very human losses, which made him extremely lovable to his readers. Spiderman did not have mentors or people he could depend upon; his sheer helplessness was what made him so amazing to the people. Teenagers and young adults could actually relate to Spiderman, who although a super hero was constantly struggling to make the right choices, constantly reminding himself that with great power, comes great responsibility. Spiderman soon became a movie character, which made him more popular than ever. Over time, he went through several changes, each time emerging as a more versatile and fun character.
Spiderman represents the common people, their common problems, fears, desires and problems. Spiderman is not a glamorous superhero like batman, yet his personality has so many sides to it that it is but inevitable that everybody that reads Spiderman comics starts to fall in love with this character. Spiderman is a realistic hero; he has constant struggles about him and within him, and in the end when he chooses to make the right decision, people actually find themselves thinking of him as more of a hero than any other characters. This friendly neighborhood hero is definitely here to stay.