While we're all wondering what that car behind Peter might be thinking, take a look at how small it is compared to the car in the next lane, which I think is meant to be slighly behind it. Clown car?
I still think it’s funny that Peter looks so comfortable in that web-hammock. As you guys have previously stated, he would be banging against the truck the entire time and he would be choking on exhaust fumes. Also, 18-wheelers are really loud! I can’t imagine that he would be having a casual phone conversation with that cacophony of noise. Wouldn’t M.J. be like, “Peter, what’s all that noise? I can barely hear you. You’re not being a cheapskate again are you?”
The next frame would be from Peter's truck hammock again.Peter: Did you hear me Mary Jane? I said not to worry because I'll be OK. Hello? Hello...? Is there a bad connection? Mary Jane: ZZZzzzzzzz.
*Sigh* I think the breakneck speed of last week's storyline was a big ol' tease. By this time last week Peter already had a gun in his face, now it's day three of "I'm riding a truck hammock to San Francisco," which doesn't even lend itself to a good song.
Yeah, it doesn't look like Peter is going to discover let alone thwart Kingpin's "rumoured" diabolic plans any time soon. Best we can hope for this week is that his spidey sense gets a slight tingle. It would be hilarious if Kingpin is revealed as the truck driver.
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