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The Perk When Your Brother is Spider-Man

By Ingenius221B

Adventure / Action

Prologue

It was night time, a peaceful night time. A car pulled up in front of the house of Benjamin Parker and May Parker. They both of them looked very worried, especially when Richard Parker brought his sons over in the middle of the night with his wife along with him.

“What’s going on?” asked Ben. “What kind of trouble are you into now?”

Richard sighed, he knew he needs to explain the situation but there’s not the right moment to do, “I’ll explain everything, later. But right now I need your help”

“What’s the situation here?” he asked again. “You’re leaving your wife and kids here and never come back”

“Look, Ben” he snapped. “I’m not leaving them, and I will be back. I promise you that! I just need you to look after Peter and Jason for a while.”

“What about Mary?” asked Ben. “They’re going to need their mother, Rich. You know that, I know that”

“It’s complicated, Ben” he sighed. “Mary and I don’t want to do this. But we have to, we have to keep them save”

“Save from whom?!”

“It’s complicated. And I don’t want my sons-” he then looked at Mary, carrying baby Jason. “Our sons. To be in danger. Please just take care of them, just don’t do this for me, alright. Do it for the kids”

Ben thought for a second, “Alright, fine” he said.

“Thanks. Let me just say goodbye to them, especially Peter” said Richard.

Peter just  looked very confused. He didn’t know what’s exactly going on, why they need to be in Uncle Ben and Aunt May house? He like Uncle Ben’s house, it was warm and nice. Uncle Ben’s like to play catch him with too and he seriously loved Aunt May when she bake her famous cookie. This was different, his dad looked very worried and his mother just carrying his baby brother tightly like she wouldn’t see him anymore. Jason was just one year old and he liked to call him squirt because he was so small, smaller than Peter when Peter was a baby. Peter knew he needed to protect him, if anything happened with his parents, Peter need to be there for squirt, for Jason. But where would they be gone? Where would Peter’s parents go? If it’s very far, he could take it. He’s a big boy now and he could take care of himself and Jason. Although Peter didn’t want to if they have to leave forever.

Richard Parker kneeled to his son, Peter, “You and squirt are gonna stay with your Aunt May and Uncle Ben for a little while,” he said, his voice broke a little.

Peter looked at his father, he didn’t know why, but he didn’t want his father to leave, “I want to go with you”

He kissed Peter’s forehead and stood up, took Jason from Mary’s held and looked at Peter again. Then Peter's mother, Mary tenderly strokes Peter's face and kissed Jason’s forehead as she gave instructions to May.

“Peter, I want you to listen to me” said Richard as he held Jason. “We’re just going on a trip for little a while, but I want you to promise me something, this is very important Peter so I need you to listen”

Peter nodded.

Richard sighed, “Promise me, you’ll take care Jason. Don’t let anyone hurt him, just promise me you two would get a long great and don’t fight a lot. Promise me you two would protect each other, alright Peter” he said. “Promise me you will always take care of Jason and also yourself, for me and mommy”

“I promise”

Mary tried not to cry in front of Peter, “He doesn't like crust on his sandwiches and he likes to sleep with a little light on at night” she said. “And Jason’s love the mix tape Peter and I made for him, so when he’s trouble sleeping or has a nightmare just play the songs and he would sleep quickly.”

Richard handed Jason’s over her again and she cried while hugging Jason’s. She looked at the sleeping Jason’s and whisper something to him. Richard then tried to drag her, and she gave Jason’s to May.

“Come on” he said to Mary.

“Dad?”

“Be good”


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