Okay, so apparently I was wrong about the last word about One More Day. Sam Tweedle draws an unexpected, but all too clear, line between Spider-Man and the Piano Man:
Well think about it. When Billy Joel first hit the music scene he was an angry and edgy piano player who sang cynical and dark, yet pretty, songs about losers and heartbreak. Then he becomes famous. Then he becomes rich. Then he marries Christie Brinkley. And once you’re rich and married to a supermodel you become happy. Suddenly you lose your edge and your singing Uptown Girl. Before you know it your no longer interesting. Well, this is what basically happened to Spiderman and that, my friends, is why so much unnecessary and radical change happened to the web-crawler and why, after twenty years, we no longer recognized him as our friendly neighborhood Spiderman.
Does this mean that “One More Day” was his “We Didn’t Start The Fire”?