Being Spider-Man is a full-time job.
If you think about the size and population of New York City, it makes sense that there's at least one crime always happening somewhere — a crime that Spidey is expected to thwart. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 introduces a unique system for dealing with the complicated morality of that plight: If you stop stopping crimes, you get shot to death by hovering drones. Yes, it seems like a pretty black and white way to deal with vigilantism, but it sure seems awfully effective.
In this Overview of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Justin and I do whatever a spider can, which is to say, we cover the Manhattan skyline in unsightly residue. We also kick it at Kraven's apartment for a while, and admire his assortment of abdominal lotions.
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