In The Amazing SpiderMan (1 & 2), Peter Parker & Gwen Stacy have some sort of 'ultimate love'-relationship---as if Mary-Jane never even existed! (true, she truly hasn't in that particular universe, and there's all sorts of ways that a future-'Mary Jane' could replace/become Gwen Stacy; I guess I just wanna 'be true to my girl' ) I mean, why do superhero-movies have to include a "romantic love"-story anyway? Being a superhero isn't about that kind of love! (Look at what happened to Jesus Christ's story when it 'came out' that He might've had a pregnant girlfriend at the time of His execution! Kinda shifts His 'purpose' from "dying to save the world" over to "dying to impress His girlfriend"). Kinda makes you wonder about ALL superheroes---as in When Superman SPUN THE GLOBE IN REVERSE so that he could keep Lois Lane from falling (nevermind that he could've 'gone back & prevented the whole problem' that way). Maybe 'vengeance over his parents' death' was just BatMan's cover-story for his attempt to impress Vicki Vale & Selina Kyle etc. What do you think?