Every iconic superhero has a defining trait. For Superman, it's unyielding idealism. For Captain America, it's "American values" at their most pure. For Spider-Man, it's exercising power and responsibility. At this point, Spider-Man is such an icon that it's hard to imagine associating him with any other characteristics. It does, however, inspire an interesting thought experiment.
What if Spider-Man's concept of power and responsibility were different?
Any time a hero operates...