|Posted on June 22, 2016 at 7:10 AM|
I saw an idea a while up that'd be good. If Vulture's the main villain, it'd be cool if the Big Wheel was an opening villain.
So basically, Peter is walking home from school and the big wheels going around crushing things and then it comes up from behind him while he's walking with a friend, he sense it and pushes his friend out of the way. He's standing there worried to web swing out of the way or something because of his powers and everyone's watching, but not wanting to die. Then Iron Man flies in and stops it from crushing Peter like
"Go get the police." but obviously meaning go change.
Peter changes to Spidey and him and IM take down the big wheel in a spectacular opening sequence that immediately captivates the audience. Peter and Tony go to the Stark Tower afterwards to hang, where Tony shows Peter the Iron Spider. Peter politely declines with a "maybe next time" (as a nod to War Machines same line in IM1 and teasing future use, likely in Infinity Wars). When asked why Peter tells Stark he is thankful for all that he has done, but he wants to be his own independent hero. Make his own mistakes and learn from them sometimes. Stark respects this but things get serious. He brings up the Accords.
"Peter, you can't be an independent hero in todays world. The Accords are still active, people feel safer around those that have signed. You're simply a kid but, signing would make me feel much more comfortable even so. Vigilante work isn't appreciated these days as cruel as it may sound"
Peter declines, saying he doesn't do it to be appreciated, he does it because it's his responsibility. Stark replies that no one else knows that, but Peter is tired of hearing him talking and puts on his mask swinging out Stark's window.
Peter wakes up the next day late for school due to staying out with Tony. But he remembers, he has an express way of travel. He walks downstairs kissing Aunt May bye and telling her he's late and taking while May isn't looking he webs a pancake of a stack she made for him. When he walks outside he runs to the side of the building in an alley and changes. He webs to school in a spectacular webs sequence, and lands on the side of a bus waving "hi" to th people inside. Then jumps off and webs ontop of a building near the school. Peter climbs down and runs inside the school, but as expected he is too late and class is over. Peter is held in detention where he hears about Homecoming from Flash also in detention for obvious reasons and is now worried about finding a date.
Meanwhile an Oscorp advertisement is playing on the Jumbotron in Times Square. Business is booming and they may soon rival Stark Industries. They have already taken a smaller company called Toomes Electronics. Ran by a rather old busiess man by the name of Adrian Toomes. Adrian now hates Osborn for basically taking over his company, but is unable to do anything.
On the otherside of town, Peter who was bullied by Flash is handling a small heist to vent. There are two regular criminals named Herman and Flint and very large man by the name of Tombstone who beats Peter down and the group escapes. Much to Peter's dissapointment. However while he's chasing the criminals truck Iron Man stops it. The criminals try to run, but Tombstone stays to fight; confident after beating up Spidey. Which Spidey hilariously denies saying he was caught off guard. Iron Man simply blasts him easily knocking out Tombstone. Leading to an argument with Peter on letting him be his own hero. Spidey and Iron Man arguing draws a crowd.
The police arrive and so do reporters. They all point guns at Spider-Man and Stark steps infront of him asking why their doing this. However he quickly realizes it's because of The Accords. Jameson and the Bugle are their reporting the occurence and Jameson calls Spider-Man a menace who needs to either comply with the Accords or pay the price of vigilantism. Stark tries to speak up for Peter but the public won't let him speak. Spidey steps forward claiming he's already paid the price. Because people like Jameson and Stark can't see just because you've signed the Accords doesn't make you any worse or better of a hero. Then he webs off, the police don't shoot. Much to Jamesons anger, the chief Captain Stacey. Thinking Spider-Man is right about what he said.
Eventually Adrian is fired being called "an old out of date relic, a Vulture, that lives off scraps left by the big game.". With no job, he has nothing to loose. Adrian is infuritiated and he activates his project he's been working on for decades. The Vulture suit, however the power source only lasts 4-5 hours before needing a recharge. Peter goes home seeing Aunt May talking on the phone about struggling to pay rent and then walks into the kitchen to talk to her afterwards acting like he heard nothing. He see's the newpaper is now paying for details and pictures of Spider-Man, likely to help slander his image further. He realizes he, as Spider-Man, he can profit off taking pictures of himself to help his aunt.
They next day, Adrian attacks Norman at a public exposition he's doing for a new project from one of his workers, Otto Octavius. Four robotic prehensile artifically inteeligent and super strong arms capable of handling task ordinary humans can't handle. However during the exposition Vulture attacks. Peter is on his phone and gets an update, his new webshooters come with several features, including bluetooth that notifies him about crime through his phone.
He asks to go to the bathroom and skips out the bathroom window to go be a hero again. Meanwhile Adrian Toomes introduces himself in the Vulutre suit capable of flight, enhancing his strength and durability as well as razor sharp wing, talons and claws. He grabs walks up to Osborn, who is not at all impressed. And asks him if he want's to surrender the company or die.
Friday alerts Stark of the situation and Stark smiles.
"This is in Queens right?" Stark asks. Friday replies "yes".
"Kid wants to be his own hero, keep tabs on th situation, let me know if it gets out of hand." Stark says
Norman refuses calling Vulture insane, but is moreso dissappointed he didn't introducew the tech to Norman. He might have been able to keep his job. Vulture slaps Norman aside, stating he probably would've taken credit and fired him anyway. Before Vulture can slash Normans throat with his wing, the cops attack. Vulture flies into the air and uses his wings to block the bullets. He slashes the police men taking them down with ease, flipping a car onto one of them but Spidey webs the cop out of the way. Spidey quips about Vulture and a fight sequence takes place, however eventually, Vulture's power is about to run out and he leaves before he can finish off Spidey.
Vulture flies off and Norman thanks Spider-Man for coming to their aid. Spidey says it was no problem and webs away hurt, but glad he stopped Vulture or at least drove him off. Vulture comes back to what used to be his building to hook his suit up. He need a better power source and decides to use the Arc reactor tech.
In Peter's life he asks Liz Allen to the dance. He's actually done it and life seems pretty good until he gets a crime alert. Vulture is attacking Stark's Tower. Now he must decide whether to stay or help Stark. He decides to stay believing Stark can take Vulture. He rips apart one of the suits taking out and arc reactor but Iron Man arrives. However not before Vulutre replaces his power core with the arc reactor. Iron Man and Vulture battle, and Vulture's power boost proves too much in combat. He slashes Starks arc reactor power down his suit and flies off.
The same night Peter kisses Liz and he goes home in the best mood but now Vulture is on the loose with a fully powered suit. Stark calls on Peter and wonders where he was. Peter is sorry, he thought Stark could handle it, but Vulture has a power boost, Peter needs to be careful and go stop Vulture. Now it really is his responsibility.
Norman is mad at Otto, the robotic arms could have tore Vulture apart but Otto is a pacifist and doesn't believe in violence. Otto's twitch around Norman ready to attack him while his back is turned and Otto is shocked, the arms are having a mind of their own. But before anything drastic can happen Vulture breaks in and the arms fall back under Otto's control luckily. Vulture knocks Otto aside into a power panel electricuting him seemingly to death.
He then tells Norman the same will happen if he doesn't surrender. Norman calls Vulture a loonatic and Vulture grabs Norman flying him out above the city and drops him. Spidey swings in and webs Norman up landing him safely on the ground. A spectacular final battle takes place where Peter is about to be beat but his will to prove he can be his own hero is strong. He begins tearing Vultures suit apart, tearing the wings off and ripping out the reactor and falls down tired after knocking Vulture out cold. The police arrive and Peter escapes, he's home in bed and it's already the next day. But his luck turns around and it's a weekend so he can sleep in. Aunt May asks how his night was and Peter smiles, saying it was exhausting.
In the end credits Otto is lying in a bed in a secret room at Oscorp. The arms have melded to his body and mind. Otto asks why Norman didn't take him to the hospital. Norman replies that he didn't want the press to hear his employee was injured on the job. Otto get infuriated and realizes Norman only thinks about himself. He attacks the scientists, and decides to let Norman live, his time will come soon enough. Otto escapes and it is official the old him is dead. But he doesn't even know where to begin with the new Octavious.