Sunday, October 4, 2015
Spider-Man and the Prostitute: A Sexy New Fic
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to enjoy Spider-Man. With the exception of the recent Renew Your Vows story, I just haven’t been able to enjoy a story about Peter Parker, a middle-aged man-child whose life never progresses and whose story has become too predictable. I can tell you exactly how the current comics will pan out. At some point, he’ll all his money, Parker Industries will go bankrupt, and he’ll be back to working for Jameson, living with his Aunt May, and struggling with women. That shit was fine 30 years ago, but at some point a character needs to fucking progress.
That said, I still have a passion for Spider-Man. His cartoons and comics may suck, but he’s still one of the most iconic characters in Marvel. And whether Joe Quesada likes it or not, he and Mary Jane Watson are among the most iconic romances in the history of comics. No deal with Mephisto can ever undo that. And even if Mary Jane ends up taking up the ass from Tony Stark in the new Invincible Iron Man series, her relationship with Peter Parker will still be iconic.
It’s going to be a long time before Marvel lets that relationship prosper again. But that doesn’t mean guys like me can stop celebrating it. So in another one of my sexy side-projects, I’ve crafted a Peter/Mary Jane story that should help remind some Spider-Man fans that there was once a time when Peter was likable. It’s a story that takes place in an alternate universe, but it does NOT involve any deals with the devil. It’s just a world where Peter and Mary Jane come together in a different way. Oh, and Mary Jane is a prostitute in this universe. Can’t forget that tidbit. Enjoy!
I get that this setup might offend some fans of Mary Jane or the typical radical feminist, but it’s my story. And since we’re never going to get a story like this from Marvel, be it about a prostitute or Peter/Mary Jane being a thing again, I want to offer something for the other fans who haven’t forgotten about a time when Peter Parker was actually awesome. Nuff said!