[MUSIC PLAYING] YURI: Hey, do you have time
to check something out for me? SPIDER-MAN: For
you, Yuri, anything. I’m on my way. POLICE RADIO: All units — Over. SPIDER-MAN: Hey, guys.
Bird watching? I saw some pigeons over there. Can’t have the ones
inside feeling left out. Going down. MJ, I’m at the first
location on your list. Guess what I found? MARY JANE: Demons? SPIDER-MAN: Give
the lady a prize. See if you can figure out what
they’re up to while I introduce myself. You’re just not very observant. Oh, sorry.
Did I startle you? [MUSIC PLAYING] Let’s play the quiet game. YURI: Spider-Man,
Shocker has escaped, and now he’s robbing
a bank on East 31st. SPIDER-MAN: What happened? I thought he was behind bars. YURI: He was, but one of the
guards just walked up to his cell and released him,
then gave him his suit back. SPIDER-MAN: I knew Shocker
was working for someone. What did you get
out of the guard? YURI: Wish I could
ask him, but he’s dead. Whoever made him release Shocker
didn’t want any loose ends. SPIDER-MAN: Damn. YURI: Looking at
the security footage, the guard was in
some kind of trance. And it might have
been the lighting, but it looked like
his eyes were glowing. SPIDER-MAN: Well, that’s creepy. Okay. I’ll see what I can get out of
Shocker when I get to the bank. Herman, long time no see. Hey, I’m no lawyer, but I’m pretty sure
that’s a parol violation. Oops. Guess we’re stuck
in here for a while. Want to play 20 questions? No? How about we thumb wrestle? Okay.
Face punch it is. Whoa. Your gauntlets are
all digital now, aren’t they? SHOCKER: Have it your way. You want to fight?
Let’s fight. SPIDER-MAN: Man, I can’t wait to
put you back behind bars so we could talk science. Remember our first fight? Me, so young and stupid. You, just stupid. SHOCKER: You talk too much. SPIDER-MAN: Well,
that’s a matter of opinion. I mean, are there any
standard metrics for how much talking
one should do? And who determines the ideal
ratio of talking versus not talking? Also, how would you measure? Why are you doing this, Herman? SHOCKER: Because if I
don’t, they’ll kill me. SPIDER-MAN: Catch. If you come
clean, I can help you. SHOCKER: You
really want to help me? Just let me have the money. SPIDER-MAN: Sorry.
Not gonna happen. You know, people
don’t use banks anymore. You’re lucky you
found actual cash. If you really want to rob banks, try day trading. It’s all the rage. Wait, wait, wait. Oh, come on, Herman. SHOCKER: Not even sure
these guys are people. Could be anything
under those masks. SPIDER-MAN: Wait.
Did you say masks? This one’s gonna hurt. These mask guys, what do
they want to money for? SHOCKER: Don’t know; don’t care. As soon as I finish
the job, I’m gone. SPIDER-MAN: Coming your way. Give up now, and
we can protect you. SHOCKER: No way. You ain’t seen what I can do. What the? You son of a — SPIDER-MAN:
Last chance to give up. This time I really mean it. SHOCKER: Quit moving. SPIDER-MAN: Okay.
I was kidding before. Now it’s your last, last chance. Seriously. Sorry, Herman. You brought this on yourself. Literally.