Fandoms: Spider-Man - All Media Types, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), Spider-Man (Comicverse), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
21 Feb 2020
The flashing emergency lights reflect menacingly off the red-and-gold armor, and its hands cup its mechanical face as it presses up against the glass, glowing eyes piercing into the room's darkness.
He can hear his heartbeat pound in his ears as much as he can feel the ones of his brothers around him. The mech holds out its arm against the glass, the palm of its hand alighting with a blue, glowering eye.
This has to be a test, right? This has to be! But the funny-looking themed mechs never left the training rooms! What is this?
The whine reaches a fever-pitch.
And the glass wall of their home shatters.
A trio of mysterious, spider-powered teenagers are found living in a genetics lab under New York, and Iron Man has to try to help the kids learn how to live outside a glass box while keeping them out of the government's clutches.
16 Feb 2020
The soul of a child is powerful, untouched and coveted. With age it darkens, stained with poor habits, mistakes and sins. Peter Parker came into the world like every other pure soul; naked, bloody and screaming his lungs out. Except no action of his ever taints the core of him and that permanent, unwanted purity comes with an equally unwanted gift. The gift of sight. Every person he lays eyes on is laid bare before him, their soul an open book.
Unfortunately, no one ever said those souls had to belong to the living.
Peter Parker sees the souls of the dead and living, picks up an assortment of human and decidedly non-human friends, and tries to navigate the traumatic disaster that is his life. Romance is the last thing on his mind, especially with the ghost of his dead girlfriend tethered to his soul, but no one thought to tell that to the resident suave Exorcist or motor-mouth Demon Hunter.