>>110130181>Mechanical is always used as a fallback to establish that Peter is smart, rather than actually showing it from character interaction.
Of course, they can just do both right? Which they do.>It doesn't make sense that he can differentiate what types of webs he wants to shoot mechanically without adjusting anything. Organic implies there's a mental or physical way he's doing it.
Its all in how he clicks the button for the web-shooters (double tap causes a web line, holding it down makes a spray, etc)>Mechanical was a way to cheaply raise the stakes in the early comics. Bad guy gets away because he ran out. Nowadays, the stories (especially in movies) don't bog themselves down with shit like that, so he never runs out anyway. No point.
Spider-Man: Far From Home would like a word with you>Shooting webs is something that makes him physically inherently "Spider" man and not just any other insect.
Eh, I don't necessarily disagree with this one, but isn't his SPIDER-sense enough?>It's more relatable as per the character if you don't have to be a genius to shoot the webs.
Peter isn't relatable because of his powers, its the situations he goes through like trying to get money, school, etc.