Title: Carls superhero
Ship: Spiderman/Carl Azuz
summary: carl arrives in nyc and meets the man of his dreams
Carl had just arrived to his hotel in new york to do a few reports outside of the student news studio for once. he unlocked his door, throwing his bag to the side and pouncing onto the bed, gently shutting his eyes, more tired than he had ever been. he lay on his bed for a good 10 minutes, taking time for himself for once. he stood up, grabbing a towel and heading to the bathroom to take a shower.
The loud sqeaking of the turning knobs to the shower filled the room, soon followed by the rushing water of the shower head. Carl stripped down and got in the shower, allowing the hot, smooth water to rush over his totally hot bod. He tiredly washed his hair and was left to nothing but his thoughts for the rest of his shower. Finally, realising he was a human-raisin he got out of the shower and put on some boxers and a shirt.
He figured he would take a nap before eating dinner and going back to bed. Ah, the fantastic life of a student news reporter. He lay down in his bed, covering up and getting comfortable. Once he did that he heard a crash coming from next to his bed. He looked up quickly to find a broken window and his friendly neighborhood spiderman standing in his hotel room.
“spiderman wtf?!” carl shouted, unhappy that his nap had been brutally interrupted
“SANDMANS HERE BITCH WAKE THE FUCK UP” spiderman shouted grabbing carl out of his bed and jumping out of the window.
“hOLY SHIT” carl yelled, not completely exposed to the sensation of plumeting towards the earth like spidey, and wasnt completely okay with it yet.
They swung and swung across new york city until they reached and abandoned warehouse to chillax in.
“we’ll be safe here” spidey said in a protective tone.
“wh-who are you?” carl curiously asked, afraid of what danger this ‘man’ might be putting him in.
“Me? I’m just your friendly neighborhood spiderman!:3” he said walking closer to carl.
Carl sat down in the corner of the room not noticing spiderman getting closer. Carl took a deep breath and slowly shut his eyes thinking over everything that had just happened. He heard spiderman walking towards him, but it didnt seem like and eye opener, so of course he didnt open his eyes. But the second he felt spidey lightly grope half of his face with his hand he slowly looked up at him.
“u know u look so cute when youre scared omg <3 cc::” spidey said before pulling carl into a kiss.
It wasnt really a kiss. It was more than that. spiderman rubbing his face on carls while carl just puckered his lips. It was love. True love. Some say love at first sight is nonsense. Carl and spidey say no to them because theyr’e fuckin wrong. They melted into the kiss, lips/mask colliding (almost) perfectly. Spiderman bent down to carls level, giving carl the chance to take over if he’d like. Carl didnt though, leaving the control to spidy. Spiderman started to straddle carl and his head fell to carls neck. Since he couldnt really kiss his neck he settled with repetatively poking it with his nose. Hot. When carl started to react, spiderman stopped. Carl noticed he looked a bit worried and asked whats wrong.
“carl, i have to tell you something” man spidder says, shamefully looking away from carl.
“what is it spidey, you can tell me anything” carl said in return, placing his palm on the red mans cheek for comfort.
“im not who you think i am.. i..” spiderman hesitated.
“well.. who are you.. really?” carl asked, looking concerned.
Spiderman sighed, knowing he would have to do it sooner or later. He lifted his hand up, lightly pinching the bottom of his mask, pulling it up, removing the mask to reveal his true identity.
“jason earles.. yes. I am. Im sorry i waited this long to tell you but i-” jason was cut off
“its okay, i love you for you, nothing could get in the way. Jason:))” carl said in support
“carl.. i.. i love you” jason admitted.
“same:))” carl said, feeling himself start to tear up. They hugged.
“lets get outta here” jason said, grabbing onto carls waist and shooting his web onto a nearby building, swinging them away into the sunset.