How come Peter could remove his suit at the begining of Spider-man 3 but not the end? Started by: C-3POTheClever
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How come Peter could remove his suit at the begining of Spider-man 3 but not the end?
In Spider-maan 3, when Peter first got the black suit on, you soon see him with it off, & you see the black suit next to him, & he can choose to take it on or off. But yet; at the end; it's really hard for him to tak it off. He was struggling & it kept attaching to him. How come? Is theree an explanation?
May 30th, 2013 12:01 AM
Shai-Gen's Enigmatic Wong
Gender: Male Location: Land of the Lost
The Symbiote is a living organism. And as it becomes further bonded and attached to it's host, the harder it is to get rid of.
May 30th, 2013 01:15 AM
Gender: Location: Canada
He accepted it at the beginning, there was a bond.
Towards the end he tries to reject it. Sine the symbiote is a living organism as KingD19 says, it can sense these things.
May 30th, 2013 02:20 PM
Gender: Male Location: florida USA
At first he wanted the suit, towards the end he did not want the suit.
Jun 12th, 2013 02:40 PM
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