Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man recites “The Night Before Christmas” as Ed Sheeran and a group of hired musicians perform “Thinking Out Loud.” And then hey, it’s Sheryl Crow singing about how “The First Cut Is The Deepest.” Talk about Christmas miracles.
Now, a mash up.
With great power comes great responsibility. With great responsibility comes ridiculous guilt complex.
The Amazing Spider-Man returned home after a very grueling day of web-spinning, crime fighting and being chased and misunderstood by the police. He was wiped out. At last, he could be plain old Peter Parker and get some much-deserved rest. After all, with great power comes great responsibility, which includes taking care of your wellbeing. It also includes doing the dishes, but Peter Parker was far from perfect.
“Cry baby cry, make your mother sigh, she’s old enough to know better.”
It had been a stretch of time since The Silver Surfer last wept. He viewed this more a sign of maturity than a sense of complacent jadedness. Considering his vital role in the cosmic universe, it was this sole concept that kept him sane. Especially now, as the threads of reality slowly unraveled descending Earth into uncharted dark deviance, the likes of which we have never seen before.