A sarcastic Spider-Man conversing with Bruce Banner without somehow bringing out the Hulk? This'll end well, right Marvel Cinematic Universe? (Editorial note: If anyone knows who created the art I've posted here, let me know--I want to credit them!)
Spider-Man: "Doctor Banner?"
Banner: "Please, call me Bruce."
Spider-Man: "Okay, Doc. Br. Bruuuce. So I was thinking--we have a lot in common."
Banner: "This I've gotta hear."
Spider-Man: "Seriously. We're both scientific geniuses who are better known and pretty maligned for our more colorful, less scientific public personas."
Banner: "I'm maligned. You have a PR proble--wait, you're a scientific genius?"
Spider-Man: "I am indeedy."
Banner: "What have you invented?"
Spider-Man: "I made these web-shooters."
Banner: "Not exactly a gamma bomb."
Spider-Man: "I wouldn't use that as a barometer for success. No offense."
Banner: "You know making me angry is a bad idea, right? You've been informed about the anger thing?"
Spider-Man: "Yeah, Tony was kind of clear about that. But seriously, you don't think these web-shooters are a work of genius? I mean seriously, look at them--"
Spider-Man: "Oops. Um. Sorry about your face?"
Banner: "I said... don't make... me angry..."
Spider-Man: "Why are all the veins sticking out in your head?"
Spider-Man: "I HAVE MADE A MISTAKE!"
(To be continued, clearly)
Matthew Phillion is the writer of "The Indestructibles," part-time actor, occasional filmmaker. Currently on the lam in Salem with his trusty dog, Watson.