From The Vault Keeper

The Vault Keeper returns to the pages of Socram’s Blog with this news which didn’t even make it to the dusty old Vault but right into my e-mail and I opened it right away…its about the plot to Spiderman 3, and if it is true, than this would quite possibly be the best Spiderman movie, hell best comic book movie ever made…and this is just the plot outline…

Here it is:


Spiderman 3: Plot Revealed
Published April 9th, 2006 in movies/news, pop_culture/the_spandex_brigade

Third film in the highly successful ‘Spiderman’ series sees several new villains and a new woman enter Peter Parker’s life. With his secret now revealed to both Mary Jane and Harry, Peter must face the consequences of his actions and his new life together with Mary Jane as they finally form a relationship. Yet their newfound open display of love has yielded some unfortunate results, not the least of which is Peter’s upset boss determined to make his life hell for causing his son emotional distress. Not helping is a young investigative reporter named Eddie Brock who Jameson has hired to find out why Mary Jane dumped his son for Peter – what’s Parker’s secrets? At the same time an escaped prisoner hiding out on a remote beach is caught in a dreadful accident and finds himself turned into a shape-shifting sand creature. Peter’s investigations into the past of this ‘Sandman’ brings him in contact with two very different things that will inevitably alter his life. The first a young woman named Gwen Stacy, daughter of the city’s new police chief who is developing a soft spot for Peter. The other, a black substance from an accident scene which ‘merges’ with Peter’s costume and gives him new found abilities. Things come to a head however when Harry Osborn, determined to take revenge against Peter for his father’s death and now equipped with what he needs to pull it off, teams with The Sandman in a new variation of his father’s Green Goblin guise and causes mayhem. In the ensuing chaos lives are lost, including people very close to Peter, whilst the black substance covering his suit separates from him and merges with a distraught Brock to form something else entirely – a creature unlike anything he’s ever faced. A ‘Venom’ that he may not be able to stop.

via Darkhorizons

Amazing…god I hope that is what the movie is about…that would be awesome…they can’t just end on this one either, there needs to be a fourth movie…don’t let it end this way.


22 thoughts on “From The Vault Keeper

  1. socramforever says:

    seriously, I was always a huge fan of Carnage, I thought he was the be all end all of bad guys, even crazier then Venom. Ever read the Maximum Carnage Maxi series that came out probably twelve or so years ago? It was a huge twelve issue series that crossed over all the Spiderman comics that he had at that time (I believe there were four) and it dealt with Carnage going on a killing spree and how no one could stop him.

    They even made a super nes and genius game out of it. It was crazy.

  2. flammable says:

    I remember the SNES game…the cartridge was red. I’m really bad at reading comics, though, I should read those more.

  3. socramforever says:

    interesting…are these all new comics? how are they allowed to do this?

    did you ever go to the female protagonist link? it has Mystique as a good guy…why do they always do that? turn the bad guy into a good guy just because they become popular? I guess it happens when they dont’ have any other story to tell with that particular character. I mean, Emma Frost was also a bad guy too and now she’s part of the X-men. Catwoman was a bad guy and now she’s a super hero. just doesn’t make sense. I’m sure if Lex Luthor got super popular they wouldn’t turn him into a good guy. It usually happens to the more provacativily dressed female characters. Rogue from X-men started off as a bad guy and then she became an X-man. See the pattern?

  4. flammable says:

    I see, I see…I guess it helps to have people swap sides every now and then, to make things more interesting.

    I wonder how many super heroes went evil.

  5. flammable says:

    Whoa, that’d be creepy…though it’d be pretty cool to have Superman have to bring him back to sanity.

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