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The Spectacular Spidey/Muppets Celebration

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by muppetwriter, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Well, only Alissa herself could describe to anyone what she looks like. But if I were to sum it all up into one word, it'd be "goddess", because that's exactly what she is.:)

    She's such a unique, beautiful young woman. It's hard to say what movie actress, animated character, or diva she resembles, especially from my "vast field of franchises."

    She sort of reminds me of Famke Janseen (the actress who played Jean Grey in the X-Men films). Hope that helps.;)
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks. It does, sorry it took me so long to reply, was listening to Muppet Show Live on Muppet Musique. My eyes were still somewhat good back in 2000, so I kind of know the actress from the clips of X-Men 1 that aired on TV back then.
    If you can get Alissa to come back online and if she wants to describe herself herself, then I'd like to hear from her. Hope she gets here and joins us for when the third crossover starts or gets underway.

    Again, thanks and have a great day.
  3. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    I'll try my best to get her to sign on. She often tells me how screwy her computer gets sometimes, which minimizes her internet time. I still send her messages on MySpace, telling her about everyone and what's been up on the boards. Sometimes she replies to them, sometimes she just reads them. But she's trying her best to sign on when she has the chance.

    She also works her butt off a lot. So that shortens her time on the net, too.

    She'll eventually join in and check out the story. Don't worry.:)
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    OK then... So long as she's trying, that's all we can ask owing to her busy schedule and that thing we call "life".
    Takecare MW.
  5. G-MAN

    G-MAN Well-Known Member

    I love this stuff, I can't wait for Spiderman 3, and then "The Spectacular"
  6. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Glad to see you're just as excited as I am, G-MAN. I promise that I won't disappoint anyone with my version of the film, which will be a thousand times more different.
  7. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Here's one last sneek peak from the story, which is inspired by what I believe is one of the most memorable scenes from the movie.:)

    "The Spectacular" (Sneek Peak)
    "Birth of Venom (MARVELOUS Style)"

    Sean could barely compose himself as he walked into the church with Lori, as she was guiding Edward by the arm. Stanley wasn’t too far behind them, staring upwards at the great interior of the church, which made him feel smaller than he already was. He then look to his cousins and his recently newest friend, Edward, and realized that they even looked tiny compared to the gigantic basilica. The small Muppet child sat down at one of the pews near the back of the room, where Sean sat as well.

    “Lori, I…I…” Sean looked up at her with reddened eyes from the hours that he spent crying and thinking of all that he had done for those days he spent, killing and terrorizing. “Thank you for bringing me here. I don’t know if God will forgive me for what I’ve done, but…I…”

    “Shhh.” Lori gently placed a finger over Sean’s mouth, silencing him long enough to allow herself to speak. “Don’t talk. Just pray. I’m sure He’ll forgive. He always does.” Sean nodded in acknowledgement before lowering his head and settling his hands down over the pew in front of him. Lori focused on Stanley, who just watched his cousin look extremely guilty and seemed very scared, not knowing exactly why he felt that way. “Stanley, sweetie…keep an eye on him, while we head back to Ed’s place.”

    “Will Cousin Sean be alright?” Stanley asked, and before answering, Lori looked to Edward, who had a look on his face that was very doubtful. If she could only see past those dark sunglasses of his and have some clue as to what he was thinking that moment, she could give Stanley a straight answer.

    “I don’t know, baby.” She said. “Just pray along with him, OK?” Stanley nodded before lowering his own head and crossing his arms. Lori smiled at the way he prayed, knowing that he had a lot of faith in him. It was enough to give her hope for her brother’s condition.

    “Come on, Alissa. We must hurry.” Edward said, placing a hand on her shoulder. She placed her hand over his, fighting back the tears and fearful thoughts running through her mind. Afterwards they both headed out, leaving Sean and Stanley to pray for forgiveness and hope. A short moment later, Eddie Brock Jr. stepped into the basilica, dipping his fingers into a puddle of holy water sitting on a pedestal and touching his forehead with the same fingers, before making a gesture that only Catholics could truly be familiar with.

    The distressed Eddie walked down the aisle; the wet soles of his shoes dragged across the marbled floor, squeaking from every step he took. He was heavily drenched from the rainstorm that had been occurring outside the church, and he felt very cold and alone. When he finally made it to the pew at the very front of the room, he sat down and looked up at the golden statue of Jesus Christ nailed to the cross, on the verge of tears as he addressed it.

    “It’s Brock…sir. Edward Brock Jr.” As he spoke to God, Stanley lifted his head to look up at him, recognizing him instantly from his recent trip to The Daily Bugle. “I come here before you today, humbled…and humiliated…to ask you for one thing…” Eddie swallowed hard before he made his plea to the Almighty, looking up at the statue with watery eyes. “I want you to kill Peter Parker.” Stanley couldn’t believe the request that Brock had made to the Lord, and it had even scared him knowing that it might happen to someone whom he had become good friends with. He immediately lowered his head and prayed for God to refuse Brock’s plea.


    Back in the bell tower, Gonzo and Kermit watched patiently with Kim, Ron, the Tennysons, Lilo, Stitch, Pleakley, and Nani as Peter commenced in his attempt to remove the symbiote from his body. He started with the section of the costume that covered his neck and began pulling on the fabric. However, the suit was fighting back, stretching itself immensely as Peter tugged. It won the fight, snapping back in place and leaving Peter to become even more determined to take it off. He stood on his feet and began tearing away at the front part of his mask, which seemed just as hard to remove as the other section of his costume.

    “Come on, Peter! You can do it!” Gonzo exclaimed.

    “I…can’t…” Peter stumbled all across the room, tugging away at his mask, and in the process, he bumped against the bell.


    The incredible sound that the bell gave off, soon after Peter bumped against, was loud and very irritating. It forced everyone around Peter to cover their ears, as they reacted in pain. But just as they were irritated from the sound, the symbiote was as well, with parts of it
    momentarily stretching away from Peter’s body and then snapping back to it. Peter screeched along with the black substance, echoing throughout the entire church.

    The sounds of the bell and the screams caught the attention of Eddie Brock, Stanley, and Sean back in the basilica, as they all were distracted from their prayers, looking up towards the ceiling curiously. While Eddie stood up from his pew and looked towards a nearby door, Stanley and Sean were busy trying to figure out what the sound that accompanied the bell was.

    “What was that, Cousin Sean?” Stanley asked, while Sean’s mind seemed to have been robbed of the horrible things that he had been feeling for some time, long enough for his attention to be focused on what was happening in that church.

    “I don’t know.” He replied, looking at the ceiling for a little while longer, before focusing on Stanley. “You stay right here. I’ll be back.” Stanley did what he was told and sat right at the back pew, while Sean stepped out and walked into the nearest hallway, just as there was another scream and another loud ring from the bell.

    In the bell tower, the group continued to watch, as Peter was
    successful in getting large portions of the costume off his face and head. The substance was still clinging to that part of his body, stretching to great lengths and reforming desperately back over his neck and chin. Peter screamed even louder than before, equally as desperate to remove the symbiote from his skin as it was to stay on it.

    “The bells are the only thing that’s weakening the suit.” Max indicated, looking back and forth between symbiote-covered Peter and the bells. “We have to keep them ringing.”

    “Argh! Do we have to, Grandpa?!” Ben painfully asked, still covering his ears. “I think I’m getting a migraine!”

    “Do you even know what a migraine is?” Gwen asked him, while Stitch did as Max had suggested and leaped onto the largest bell he could find, madly swinging on it and unleashing an incredible ringing noise that forced everyone, except for Peter, to head towards the stairs.

    “MEEGA CHUCKA!!!” Stitch yelled, as the symbiote
    started to give way from Peter’s body, turning back into its liquid form and melting away.

    “It’s working! It’s working!!” Gonzo screamed through the pain in his ears.

    “Good!!!” Kermit yelled.

    Meanwhile, downstairs, Stanley’s curiosity began to get the best of him, and he leaped off the pew, running down the aisle and heading through the same door that Eddie had gone through. When he had come across a large, circular room, he spotted Eddie standing in the center of it and looking upwards to the bell tower. He noticed Peter standing by the edge,
    still tearing away at his living costume, and was appalled to see that it was him who was Spider-Man the whole time.

    “Parker…” He uttered, with a small, devilish grin forming on his face. But that grin had soon vanished, as a drop of
    the symbiote came down from the tower and had landed on the shoulder of Eddie’s jacket. He immediately took it off, having no idea what it was that landed on him. As he looked up again, another drop came down towards Eddie’s face, and he positioned his hand in front of it, trying to block it away. However, the drop of the symbiote that had landed on the palm of his hand began to spread, covering his entire hand and then moving onto his wrist. “What the he…?!”

    Stanley stood and watched in terror, as large amounts of the alien substance reached at Eddie with actual, gooey claws, pulling him up off the floor and dangling him in the air, as more and more of the symbiote began to cover his entire body. Eddie screamed in horror, scaring Stanley in the process, as he was dropped back to the floor. Pools of the symbiote surrounded his blackened body, while he was on his hands and knees, coughing up the bits of the symbiote that have made their way into his mouth. Soon the substance was up to his head, and he tilted it back, directing his eyes toward a frightened Stanley.

    “M-M-Mr. Brock?” Stanley looked into his eyes, seeing how Brock’s pupils were turning ghostly white. He then looked at his teeth, which were becoming jagged and sharp as a knife. Eddie lowered his head again, and after he brought it back up, Stanley found himself staring at the face of a true demon that unleashed a terrifying screech as he lunged at the small, screaming Muppet child.

    Both "The Spectacular" and Venom will be coming May 5th, this Saturday, to Muppet Central.

    Stay tuned. We have more to come.:)
  8. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Superb! I find these sneak peaks better than the two trailers I've seen so far.
    Few nitpicks.
    "which him feel smaller", should be "which made him feel smaller" instead.
    "made to the pew at the very end" should be "made it to the pew at the very end" instead.
    "to figure out what the sound that accompanied the bell", something here doesn't quite sound right, something's missing to finish off the sentence.
    "Peter was successful in getting large potions of the costume", should be "large portions" instead.
    "the symbiote started to give way from Peter’s body, turning back into its liquid form and melting away from Peter’s
    body", the second instance of "Peter's body" should be cut, it's unnecessary.

    Other than that... Oh my, Stanley, run!!!
    And I positively loved the scene in the belltower... Ah, is that the champion of the night's entrance I hear with the tolls from the bells of doom? *Sorry, reference to something else, though I think you can guess what.
    The party up there needs someone to ring the bells... What they need is an able-bodied professional bell ringer. Quasimodo my boy, it's your turn to fright. What, he's not in this story? Oh, please forgive the interruption.
    Loved it all, please post more.
  9. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member


    This isn't really so much as an update. It's just some interesting news that I'd like to share with all who have read my stories thus far.:)

    I know it seems that I usually spend my time writing stories based on films that are adaptations to Marvel Comics books, but outside the forum, I write other fanfic stories for other blockbuster films. Take this summer, for example. This summer I'll be working on these stories:

    1) A Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends/Transformers crossover: I plan on basing this one off of the movie that's coming out this summer, in which characters from one popular animated series interact with ones based on another, all while following the main storyline of the film. For this story, I'm adding characters from other Cartoon Network shows, as well as ones from certain Nickelodeon programs. This crossover will be posted here: Foster's Message Board.

    2) A Pirates of the Caribbean-centered story that intertwines and alternates the events of all three films, featuring characters from all different Disney shows and movies. It's the first story to a new fanfic series that I'm working on called "Legends of Disney", which has Mickey Mouse facing off against a forgotten and abandoned classic Disney character who is looking for revenge by ruining the life and career of "The Mouse" himself. This one I'll be working on simultaneously with the third Spidey/Muppets crossover and will even feature some Muppet characters. It will be posted on this forum: Disney Dreams Boards.

    But despite the fact that I'll be working on these two stories next to the ones I'm setting up here on Muppet Central, I will always have time for what I can safely say is my best fanfic series, "The MARVELOUS Muppets" (as well as my other, "Sesame, DC").:)
  10. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member


    Today's the final day of "The Spectacular Spidey/Muppets Celebration"! It began on March 23rd, 2007 at 3:29PM and will end today (May 4th, 2007) at 4:00PM.

    We have only two more interviews and one last musical performance left, so keep staying tuned.:)
  11. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Pepe: Hola, Muffin Central fanatics! It is I, Pepe de King Prawn, here ta conduct one of de last interviews we have left in dis marvelous celebration, okay. My bones are all healed up from de recent "pork chop" attack from Miss Piggy, and now I am ready ta interview one very sexy woman in my life! She is de woman who tried ending de career of us lovable Muppets, during Christmas Eve, okay. But despite her wicked schemes, she is one of de sexiest women I've ever seen and soon-ta-be villain of de next Tidey/Muffin story, Rachel Bitterman!

    Bitterman: Let's just get this over with, Pee-Pee. I have lives to ruin.

    Pepe: Dat's Pepe, okay.

    Bitterman: Whatever.

    Pepe: So, how are jou?

    Bitterman:*looks at him awkwardly* What does that have to do with anything?

    Pepe: Well...jou know...just a good way ta start de conversation.

    Bitterman:*sarcastic* Well, if it's that important to you, I'm doing fine, Pepe.

    Pepe: Good. Good. Now, we can start dis puppy, okay. *reads off notecard* In de "extended version" of de Tidey/Muffins crossover, jou play an important role that explains jour purpose in de next story.

    Bitterman: Yes, and I'm glad that an "extended version" was decided to be made for that story, because I didn't like being left out of the original! I'm practically the whole reason there's a third story!

    Pepe: Really? I thought it was because of dat man who directed de movie with all dose dead people and de man with de chainsaw for a hand.

    Bitterman: Just continue with your little questions, Pee-Wee!

    Pepe: Pepe.

    Bitterman: Whatever!

    Pepe: How do jou explain de surprising information revealed in de story, in which Harry Osborn is jour biological nephew?

    Bitterman: Well, it's exactly how it was explained by the end of the tale. Norman Osborn and I were born from the same mother and father. Of course, Daddy and Mommy had thought highly of Norman, instead of me.

    Pepe: So jou were like de runt of de litter, eh? *Rachel gives him a nasty look* Uh...c-c-continue.

    Bitterman: Anyways, by the time I was old enough to go to college, I pretty much left home and tried to earn my degree in accounting.

    Pepe: So before jou were known as "Rachel Bitterman", you were "Rachel Osborn"?

    Bitterman:*shivers* Ohh. Don't say it! Just the sound of it makes my spine tingle!

    Pepe: Really? Ahem! *in a sultry voice* Rachel Osborn. *Bitterman shivers again* Rachel Osborn. *Bitterman shivers some more* Rachel...


    Pepe: Okay, okay. *back on topic* So in what role should our readers expect to see jou in de next story?

    Bitterman: Well, they'll definitely be seeing me differently than they had in A Very, Merry Muppet Christmas Movie. I won't be the greedy banker that they love to hate anymore. I'll be one vicious vixen in this tale, performing some villainous acts that make even The Green Goblin and Doc Ock look like wallflowers.

    Pepe: Now that's evil, okay.

    Bitterman: You better believe it, Pepe.

    Pepe: Pepe.

    Bitterman: THAT'S WHAT I SAID!!!!!!!!

    Pepe: Oh...my bad, okay. *clears throat and reads from notecard again* Could jou explain what you meant by what jou said in dis scene, which takes place near de end of the story?

    Bitterman: Norman Osborn brought a lot of fear into the hearts of those that stood in the way of his main goals. He made New York City realize that there was more to fear than just petty crooks on the street. And when Spider-Man had killed him in the first story, all of that fear went away, and people began seeing the Osborn name as nothing more than a joke. Well, after this story, they won't anymore....not as long as Harry and I are taking on Goblin duties.

    Pepe: So...jou are saying dat jou are going ta be a "Goblin Monster" in dis next story?

    Bitterman: I didn't say that. Did I say that? *Pepe shakes his head* No, I didn't say it! You're putting words in my mouth!

    Pepe: No, but...

    Bitterman: DON'T EVEN SAY IT!!!!

    Pepe: What? I was just going ta dat if jou are taking on "Goblin Duties", then it might require making jourself a goblin, too.

    Bitterman:*sheepishly* Oh.

    Pepe: What did jou think I was going ta say?

    Bitterman: Nothing. It's not important.

    Pepe: Oh, come on! Jou can tell, Pepe!

    Bitterman: No, I don't! And I think this is a good place to stop our interview, because this is just getting weird, okay? I've got places to go, people to kill...I mean, rob! *walks off*

    Pepe: She cannot resist me, okay. But it sounds like she does have quite a role coming in de next story. So don't miss it, okay! It's coming tomorrow, here on Muffin Central! Hehe! Stay tuned.
  12. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    *Finishes reading interview. Nooooooooo.
    Please don't tell me she's going to become the one female goblin Marvel character I know of. That'd get us into a whole other family soap opera that's best left for other stories.

    Post more please!
  13. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Oh, I'll think you'll love the Goblin character that Rachel Bitterman will become in this next story, Count. If you thought she was wicked and insane in A Very, Merry Muppet Christmas, you've seen nothing yet.:crazy:
  14. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Well... She won't b taking up a place within goblin royalty, will she? But whatever happens, you know I'm anxiously anticipating it my fellow fanfiction friend.
  15. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    I have it all set up perfectly for the story, and if you want to know how it'll play out in the end, email me or send a private message and I'll let you know.

    I know it sounds stranger than Gonzo's favorite meal, but I really think you'll enjoy how she'll become the second "New Goblin", why she becomes one, and where the legacy will take her.:)
  16. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    When I posted this update, I forgot that the time zones are different from where I live to everyone else's locations. So when I said that the celebration will end at 4:00PM, I mention to add that it'll end at 5:00PM for Eastern Time members and 2:00PM for Pacific Time members.

    Hope I cleared up any confusion.:)
  17. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Kermit: We conclude our series of interviews, here on "The Spidey/Muppets Celebration", with one of the most memorable American icons in Hollywood. He made his appearance in the second Spidey/Muppets crossover as a new hero who teams with Spider-Man to take down Doc Ock. In the third crossover tale, he will make a more meaningful appearance, as he once again does his duty as "The Sorcerer" in order to save New York City and the world. He's none other than my own pal from F.A.S.A., Mickey Mouse!!

    Mickey: Hiya, Kermit. *laughs* Boy, it certainly is an honor to be the last character interviewed for this great celebration. I really enjoy working with the Muppets and Spider-Man as well.

    Kermit: That's great, Mickey. So you had a blast being involved in the second crossover, eh?

    Mickey: You bet. I might've gotten kicked around a lot in a few action scenes, not to mention the so-called "Love Triangle" that involved you, Piggy, and me took quite a toll on my character. But, other than all of that, it was really swell.

    Kermit: So, now that readers have an idea why exactly you chose to don your Sorcerer's Apprentice attire and become a big hero for the city of Manhattan, where will your new duties take you in the third story?

    Mickey: Well, as you might know, I don't exactly appear in much of the story, since I have my reputation as a popular cartoon character to consider. But I do have a few parts in this next tale, where I'm helping you learn how to control the magic inside of you.

    Kermit: Ah, yes. The "inner magic" plot. You really went into a lot of detail on that in the new prologue of the second story. That was one of my favorite scenes from the "extended version".

    Mickey:*chuckles* Mine, too.

    Kermit: So, like you mentioned, I learn to control magic as strongly as you do in this next story. Should we let our readers know why that's such an important factor to the tale?

    Mickey: Nah. Let them wait 'til they start readin' the story. They'll really be impressed with the outcome of the training.

    Kermit: Good idea. *begins to feel a little sad* I've been hearing some rumors from our fellow stars that this might be the last "MARVELOUS" story you'll be in.

    Mickey: Well, yeah...and no. *laughs* Something does occur in the story, in which I'll probably never be seen or heard from again. But it won't be for very long. You know how these fanfic stories work, Kermit. One minute you're no longer part of the plot...

    Kermit:....and the next, you're back on the saddle. *laughs along with Mickey* But you will be missed, during your time away from the stories.

    Mickey: Aww. Thanks, pal.

    Kermit: No prob. *back on topic* So what do you think about the new "Web of Heroes" that will be forming in "The Spectacular"?

    Mickey: Wow! They sure are something else! Not only do you have Kim Possible back in action this time around, but you have Chip 'n' Dale and their Rescue Rangers team involved as well, going after Sandman and protecting an important witness to the crime of Uncle Ben's death, Mac from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends. And you've also got Lilo & Stitch teaming with Kim and those characters from Ben 10 coming together to stop the symbiote and Venom. And Darkwing Duck's jumpin' in to track down Harry Osborn (a.k.a. "The New Goblin") for beating him out of the vigilante gig, with help from Goofy, Donald, and Goofy's son, Max. So...I guess we can say that the villains of this story certainly have their work cut out for them.

    Kermit: You can say that again.

    Mickey: But enough of these other additional characters. I hear that you and the Muppets play some marvelous roles in this story as well.

    Kermit: Oh, yeah. Next to you teaching me the ways of controlling magic, I'm pretty much involved in every story arch involved in this tale. I help the gang go up against our old enemies from The Great Muppet Caper. I help my friends (Fozzie, Piggy, Jenny, and Rizzo) in uncovering an ugly secret about Rachel Bitterman. And I find myself unintentionally involved in Gonzo's struggle to help his new friends keep C.O.V.N.E.T. from finding the symbiote that covers Spider-Man and forms with Eddie Brock to create Venom. Oh, and let's not forget my "reunion" with Professor Krassman.

    Mickey: Gosh...sounds like you're going to be one busy frog.

    Kermit: Yeah, pretty much.

    Mickey: But if there's anyone who can handle that much chaos, it's you, Kermit.

    Kermit: Thanks....I think.

    Mickey:*laughs* Well, I've gotta get goin', pal. I'm in the process of working on my new fanfic series, "Legends of Disney".

    Kermit: Now there's a fun series. I just finished working on my scenes with you yesterday.

    Mickey: Yeah. I can't wait for everyone to read that one.

    Kermit: Thanks for your time, Mick.

    Mickey: No problem, Kerm. See ya around. *magically vanishes*

    Kermit: Wow. Now there's a marvelous hero for you, ladies and gentlemen. And you can only see him in action in "The Spectacular" (the third Spidey/Muppets Crossover), coming tomorrow on Muppet Central. We have one last special treat for you, and it'll be coming a little later. Stay tuned.:)
  18. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    And you can bet we'll be reading it all with great anticipation and excitement.

    MW, if you want to send me the plans for Rachael, free to do so via E-mail, you got my addy.
    Oh, if I get the chance, you might notice the Magic Brooms sweeping across this taking care of a few of the nitpicks. Like I said, there's a sig that I think you'll find quite apt given my own little secret. More on that later. And if you know of talented artists/drawers/painters, send 'em my way too please.
  19. muppetwriter

    muppetwriter Well-Known Member

    Kermit: Well, ladies and gentlemen, we've come down to the last treat for our special celebration here on Muppet Central. Spider-Man 3 is now out in theaters for everyone to see--some of you might be watching it right now...in that case, why am I talking to you? *shakes head* Um, anyway, we like to finish off the celebration with one last musical performance. And I figured that it'd be a MARVELOUS idea if we all pitched in to sing the memorable lyrics to the Spider-Man theme. Ready, guys?!

    Muppets: READY, KERMIT!!!!

    Kermit: Here we go. Give us a beat, EM!

    (The Electric Mayhem begin playing the Spider-Man theme tune.)

    Kermit: Spider-Man, Spider-Man! Does whatever a spider can!

    Gonzo: Spins a web, any size!

    Rizzo: Catches thieves just like flies!

    Pepe: Look out! Here comes de Tider-Man!

    Muppets: SPIDER-MAN!!!!

    Pepe: Right, dat's what I said, okay.

    (Animal beats heavily on drums, while screaming "SPIDER-MAN! SPIDER-MAN!")

    Dr. Teeth: Is he strong?

    Clifford: Listen, bud...

    Bunsen Honeydew: He's got radioactive blood!

    Beaker: Meep! Meep!

    Big Bird: Can he swing from a thread?

    Oscar the Grouch: Take a look overhead...bird-brain!!

    Scooter: Hey, there...there goes the Spider-Man!

    Miss Piggy: This is my big solo, so none of your morons mess it up for me!!

    (Piggy clears her throat and sings.)

    Piggy: In the chill of night
    At the scene of a crime
    Like a streak of light....

    Beauregard: He arrives just in time.

    Piggy: Beau!!! HIIIII-YAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! *karate chops Beauregard away*

    Rizzo: Jeez. Who needs Spider-Man when you've got Spider-Ham?

    Piggy: WHAT?!?!?! *chases Rizzo away*


    Janice: Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!


    Floyd: Can do whatever a spider can.

    Muppets: YEAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!

    Robin: Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man

    Fozzie: Wealth and fame, he's ignored

    Rowlf: Action is his reward!

    Statler & Waldorf: To him, life is a great big bang up!

    Kermit: Whenever there's a hang up...

    Muppets: YOU'LL FIND THE SPIDER-MAN!!!!! YAY!!!!!!!!

    Great singing, guys! This has really been a great celebration! *turns to readers* But the celebration doesn't have to be over for all of you. Go see Spider-Man 3 and have lots of fun. Then, after you've seen it, come back here and check out "The Spectacular" (the third Spidey/Muppets crossover). It's swinging in tomorrow....May 5th! Don't miss it!

    Hey, why're you still sitting there? Go see it. Now! GO! Go, man, go!!:D

    Animal: GO, BYE-BYE!!!

    The Spectacular Spidey/Muppets Celebration
  20. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    *APPLAUSE!* What a fantastic musical number!! I'm going to see Spidey at 7:30!! Cannot WAIT! :excited:

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