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Would Ben Parker march Peter Parker to J. Jona Jameson's office , to explain himself, if he found out that his nephew was Spider Man?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (24351points) August 21st, 2021

What what would change if Uncle Ben never was murdered?

Humor and canon answers welcome.

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cookieman's avatar

This scenario has been explored in the comics. What If…Ben Parker Had Not Been Murdered?

I don’t remember the story, but I think the basic idea was that it provided Peter with more stability. He still became Spider-Man, but not out of guilt, just a sense of responsibility. Ben was there to repeat his advice, “With great power comes great responsibility.”

kritiper's avatar

No. Peter’s uncle would be more loyal to his nephew than to J. Jonah Jameson.
If Uncle Ben never would have been murdered, as explored in the beginning, Peter would be employed by a circus freak show.

skyrill's avatar

Probably not, but Uncle Ben would advise Peter Parker against being Spider-Man. His saying can’t have meant that Spider-Man should fight villains, at least not physically.

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