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Spidersona- Spideroni

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I did the thing finally. I made a Spidersona!

I didn't know whether to call him Spider Slice or Spideroni, so I flgured he'd just use both anyway.

The idea is that the radioactive spider that bit him also consumed a whole pizza, so while getting your general Spider-man like upgrades(enhanced strength, speed, spidey-sense, etc.), it also gave him a crazy metabolism that yearns for pizza and pizza-flavored things. He has organic webs that shoot out his wrist, but they smell like mozzarella sticks. He can also "reverse" his ability to cling to surfaces and secrete a lubricant out his finger tips and toes for slippery situations.

His helmet uses Stark tech(that he "obtained" thanks to a friend) so he could see around him since he tends to smell delicious and will constantly be attacked by pigeons and other small animals that think he's food at first. Thankfully, Spideroni has skin that can withstand the impact of regular bullets so random animals that try to bite him are more pests than threats. I don't think he'd really survive in Earth 2149; they'd probably go for him first!

I haven't thought a lot of this through, though!

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pizza time

Did a radioactive spider bite into a pizza or was it the other way around?

dyemooch responds:

The radioactive spider ate a whole piz!

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