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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 10:59 am 
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mrpinktoo wrote:
Found this on the John Byrne forum, in there lies the answers you seek...or perhaps even more questions.


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www.network54.com/Forum/248951/thread/1076032840/last-1076271961/Wolverine's+skeleton+and+claws


Thanks for this, some very interesting reading.


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This thread is so funny.


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 Post subject: Re: Disturbing Spiderman webbing question
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It's more disturbing that you would ask? Lol. They've pretty much clearly laid out his power set by this point.

also... Gross.

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How does he let go of his web at the end of a swing?


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From what I know, the webbing is mechanical. Maybe this question should be asked of his female counterpart, Silk, hehe.


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Calipranks wrote:
Haha. I have nothing to really contribute to this thread other than it made me laugh. Kudos, guys, and thanks for the John Byrne link.


Same here. :)


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