After two self-contained movie series, Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man, was finally added to the Marvel Cinematic Universe earlier this year in Captain America: Civil War. Played by Tom Holland, this movie delivered one of the most faithful versions of the Wall-Crawler we've ever seen outside of the comics, harkening back to those early teenager years when Stan Lee and Steve Ditko were working on him. The movie did a fine job moving past the much-told origin story and setting the hero up in the MCU before he battles The Vulture, Tinkerer, Shocker and a number of other criminals in Spider-Man: Homecoming next year.

Despite his short amount of screen time compared to the rest of the superheroes, Spider-Man had plenty of moments to shine in Captain America: Civil War. Now that the Captain America movie is available on Digital HD and is arriving next week on Blu-ray/DVD, let's go over the main things we learned about Spider-Man in this action-packed flick.

He's Socially Awkward

When meeting new people or even around many of his classmates, Peter's is socially awkward. He stumbles with his words, sometimes even finding himself at a loss for them, and he tends to uncomfortably shift around. We all know he's a cool person and someone we'd love to hang out with once we got to know him, but this awkwardness definitely won't help with winning any popularity awards at high school (fortunately, those don't hold any true prestige years later).

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