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On television, it was a re-run of Spiderman fighting crime and the conclusion of Spiderman saving the day again. Spiderman's heroicness of the day were sullied and down played by a news anchor man (someone like Bill O'Reilly) . It was in the Osborne Mansion, Harry was alone in the mansion, looking at his father's picture with him, Norman Osborne, and next to his hand was a tube of globulin green formula.
Harry then put the tube of globulin green back to the shelf next to the rest of them. As he climbed down the shelf, the tube tips over and leaked. The globulin green leaked and it dropped into Harry's glass filled with wine. Harry took the glass of wine and closed the goblin hideout. Then he turned back to the television, it was showing Jameson's son, the astronaut. He was in a press conference. He was a representative of NASA, that his space exploration had found proof of organic life, the symbiote.
At Oscorp, Flint Marko, a lowly paid engineer (different from the film where
JC Denton Vs Iron ManAccording to his schematics, JC Denton knew that after hacking this keypad he would be in Tony Starks armory. His goal was clear. Secure the suits against Stark and then proceed upstairs and arrest the rogue billionaire. The security so far was a nightmare. The premises were riddled with security gadgets made by Stark himself, making them almost impossible to bypass without burning out his stack of multitools. Cameras, lasers, infrared detectors, pressure pads. Most doors, even the ones that led to the bathroom, required fingerprint scanning switches. Even outside, the perimeter was protected by many virtual fences. It has taken Denton hours to make it this far. Hours of moving in absolute silence, with tech goggles squeezing his head, wearing an overheating, because of its heavy usage, thermoptic camouflage and all that while carrying the heavy weaponry he would need if something would go wrong. So when Denton hacked the last digit of the keypad with his multitool, he couldn't hMore Like This