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You may think that this is not his first case of Spidey Sense. Many people think that the first case is When he stole Cap’s shield earlier, he senses Ant-Man standing on the shield and tries to warn everyone else right before he reveals himself. But Guys from Reddit can't agree. The way the Ant-Man movies explains his Pym Particles, it's that weight isn't changed, just the distance between atoms. Spider-Man gets the shield, and this is probably his first time holding Vibranium (in the comics it's a Vibranium-Adamantium alloy, but MCU just seems to say Vibranium). Since it's rare, Peter has never handled it before. He probably realized that this shield was weighted weird (the side Ant-Man was on being way heavier) so Peter realized something was wrong with deductive reasoning, not Spidey Sense. Your thoughts?⠀ -⠀ Follow @cinfacts for more facts: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR llow cinfacts r more content IN CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR YOU CAN SEE SPIDER-MAN'S FIRST (UNLESS I MISSED SOMETHING) USE OF HIS SPIDEY SENSE BEFORE INFINITY WAR, AS HE REACTS TO THE THROWN OBJECT WAY BEFORE IT GETS CLOSE TO HIM You may think that this is not his first case of Spidey Sense. Many people think that the first case is When he stole Cap’s shield earlier, he senses Ant-Man standing on the shield and tries to warn everyone else right before he reveals himself. But Guys from Reddit can't agree. The way the Ant-Man movies explains his Pym Particles, it's that weight isn't changed, just the distance between atoms. Spider-Man gets the shield, and this is probably his first time holding Vibranium (in the comics it's a Vibranium-Adamantium alloy, but MCU just seems to say Vibranium). Since it's rare, Peter has never handled it before. He probably realized that this shield was weighted weird (the side Ant-Man was on being way heavier) so Peter realized something was wrong with deductive reasoning, not Spidey Sense. Your thoughts?⠀ -⠀ Follow @cinfacts for more facts
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feministdoctorwho: lookforastar: emikafett: ruraljackdaw: notice how Russel T Davies saw his companions as women and Moffat saw his companions as girls I think that says a lot #No but it does #by painting Amy and River and Clara as ‘girls’ #Moffat puts them in positions with less power #He infantilizes them and reduces them to side-characters in their own stories #Because nothing about these ladies is about the #*them #it’s all about the Doctor #and how he reacts to the puzzles they supply #for god’s sake Amy’s pregnancy wasn’t even about her #It was about how the Doctor was going to figure out what was wrong with Amelia #Did you notice that when he’s worried about her #he calls her Amelia #he makes her a child again to remind her (and himself and the audience) of her real position: #as the girl who waited #THE GIRL #the CHILD he met first (via isilienelenihin) Not to mention that the Doctor named Amy/Clara whereas Rose/Martha/Donna earned their titles.  It’s a subtle distinction because, technically, Amy “earned” her title by being a girl who did wait, but it’s the impact of these monikers that’s troubling.  Rose became the Bad Wolf when she ended the Time War, Martha became the woman who walked the Earth after saving the planet, and Donna was the most important woman in the universe because she saved it.  Both Amelia and Clara have been heroic and saved people, but their titles don’t reflect that.  Their titles reflect who they are to the Doctor—not who they are as individuals. Very good point! They lose their autonomy when the Doctor becomes the decided factor in their titles, instead of going out and earning them for themselves.  : THE BAD WOLF THE WOMAN WHO WALKED THE EARTH THE MOST IMPORTANT WOMAN IN THE UNIVERSE THE GIRL WHO WAITED THE IMPOSSIBLE GIRL feministdoctorwho: lookforastar: emikafett: ruraljackdaw: notice how Russel T Davies saw his companions as women and Moffat saw his companions as girls I think that says a lot #No but it does #by painting Amy and River and Clara as ‘girls’ #Moffat puts them in positions with less power #He infantilizes them and reduces them to side-characters in their own stories #Because nothing about these ladies is about the #*them #it’s all about the Doctor #and how he reacts to the puzzles they supply #for god’s sake Amy’s pregnancy wasn’t even about her #It was about how the Doctor was going to figure out what was wrong with Amelia #Did you notice that when he’s worried about her #he calls her Amelia #he makes her a child again to remind her (and himself and the audience) of her real position: #as the girl who waited #THE GIRL #the CHILD he met first (via isilienelenihin) Not to mention that the Doctor named Amy/Clara whereas Rose/Martha/Donna earned their titles.  It’s a subtle distinction because, technically, Amy “earned” her title by being a girl who did wait, but it’s the impact of these monikers that’s troubling.  Rose became the Bad Wolf when she ended the Time War, Martha became the woman who walked the Earth after saving the planet, and Donna was the most important woman in the universe because she saved it.  Both Amelia and Clara have been heroic and saved people, but their titles don’t reflect that.  Their titles reflect who they are to the Doctor—not who they are as individuals. Very good point! They lose their autonomy when the Doctor becomes the decided factor in their titles, instead of going out and earning them for themselves. 

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