Spider-Man comes to life in Birmingham, UK two times a week, between 9pm and midnight local time. In reality, he’s actually one anonymous 20-year-old man who puts on his Spider-Man suit to deliver sandwiches that he buys from supermarkets to local homeless people.
Diagnosed with a terminal Grade 4 brain stem tumor at the age of 5, Jayden has been given only a year to live. Having started the #HopeForJayden campaign, his dad will go to any length to see his son smile.
Warning: once you watch this video, you’ll never be able to look at Spiderman the same way again. The folks at Animation Domination High Def want the world to know what Spiderman would actually be like if he had scientifically-accurate spider traits. You probably wouldn’t want this guy fighting crime in your town.
Window washers scale walls. Which naturally makes them a bit like the real-life counterparts of Spiderman. It’s fun to see three window washers take to dressing up as the friendly neighbourhood hero while cleaning the windows of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis. Apparently, besides waving, they also got into goofy character by spraying colourful string at the children too. We’re pretty sure they cleaned out some grim looks from their young faces.
There’s been a lot of interest over the new Spiderman movie, but every time I look at Andrew Garfield, who plays the new Peter Parker, I just think The Social Web, oops, I mean The Social Network. Apparently there was a Japanese version of Spider-Man in the 70s called Supaidāman. You know what this means? Spiders are universal.