A few days ago in the most recent Superhero Round-Up we saw the newest and greatest augmented reality game/viral campaign for The Amazing Spider-Man, notably the two pages of cryptic code from the journal of Peter Parker. Well, the math nerds over at Superhero Hype have already cracked the code and found the secrets it protected.
Here is what the two pages of spider doodles actually said:
SOMETIMES THE FACE IN THE
MIRROR DOES NOT EVEN LOOK LIKE ME
ONE MINUTE I AM ACING MY MIDTERMS
THE NEXT I AM IN FISTFIGHTS
I HAVE MADE EVERY MISTAKE A
TEENAGER COULD MAKE BELIEVE ME I
WISH I COULD TAKE BACK MY WORST
DECISIONS BUT I CANNOT LIVE IN THE
PAST INSTEAD I MUST BECOME THE BEST
VERSION OF MYSELF I WILL SUCCEED
Yes ladies and gentleman, crappy high school poetry! This led to the discovery of the photoblog www.parkerspov.com. Yes, post after post of incredibly lame hipster-esque instragram photos. Ugh. The new Spider-Man is a filter happy emo teen. However he’s also pretty awesome at the science, because the real treat the viral/ARG revealed as a butt tonne of pics and even a video of the mechanical based webshooters from the movie.
Since they could count as spoilers, they are up after the jump.
P.s, With the revelation that Spidey really is a emo-hipster in the new movie, how many of you just started cheering for the Lizard?
Source: Coming Soon