Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face
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Fandoms: Spider-Man (Comicverse), Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face, Spider-Man (Ultimateverse), Fantastic Four (Comicverse), Marvel Noir
10 Feb 2019
If Jonathan Storm was the movie star Betty said he was, he looked the part: Hair like spun gold in perfect curls atop slender features, with eyes bluer than the Hudson in midsummer. “Normally I’d ask what a dame like you is doing in a place like this, but”—Peter cast a glance up his guest—“you’re not exactly a dame, are you?”
Storm flashed a weak smile. “I can be, if you want.”
Peter raised an eyebrow. Storm turned beet-red.
“I mean. I’m. I didn’t mean that.” Storm huffed and shoved out a hand. “Johnny Storm.”
It's 1933, Peter Parker has just shut down a Nazi eugenist and lost one of his oldest friends, and life in the big city is as joyless and hardscrabble as ever. Then Johnny Storm, movie star with a soul made of sunshine, walks through Peter's door, asking for his help. The rest, as they say, is history.