Caty Davis, Nearby Roof, Same Night, Around the Same Time
"You really don't want to give us a try again?" A young man with white hair asked, pleading to a hooded figure."How many times do I have to say no? I like you, Felix, I do. But it's kind of hard to get over your boyfriend leaving you for your twin brother because he liked the bad attitude some alien suit gave him."
The hooded figure responded. She took off her hood to reveal Spider-Woman.
"Oh, come on. That was almost two years ago. You can't still be held up on that. I said I was sorry. I was immature. I didn't know what I wanted, but now I do. I want you.""I'm what you want right now. Like a cat you'll be onto the next thing as soon as you're bored. Either way, you're too late."
"For someone who's named Cat you sure have a serious thing against them. And too late? Don't tell me this is about that Octopus guy.""Arachnid... and no. It's about me. And what'd I tell you about calling me that?"
"That I'm the only one that can.""You were, but now I hate the nickname even more."
Their conversation was interrupted by a sound in Spider-Woman's ear."Come in, Spider-Woman. Come in Spider-Woman. This is Arachnid."
She pressed the earpiece and spoke back to the man on the other side. "Spider-Woman here. I'm reading you, Arachnid. What's up?""It appears that your Holiday Theory may have some merit to it, because it seems that someone has plans of canceling Christmas. A giant spider monkey creature is attacking Times Square.""I swear someone out there hates me. I'm on my way."
She clicked the communicator off before Otto or Felix could say anything else.
"You have to go." Felix said walking up to her and reaching for her hands."I do."
She wanted to pull her back, but couldn't.
"I can't come, can I?""No. You'll only get in the way. Maybe prove me wrong and get some people out of there?"
Spider-Woman stepped back and reached her hand outwards. She couldn't wait for his answer. People needed her. She pressed her fingers to her wrist releasing a string of web before jumping off the building. "Siri, call Danny."