Spider-Man: I don't believe what you're telling me. In your reality, I'm a character in fiction?
Spider-Man Prime: Yep, and I'm an actor who plays you on TV. And there's someone here I knew you have to meet. He's the man who created you for fans all over the world.
Stan Lee: You know, Spidey? I've always wanted to experience *real* web-slinging.
Spider-Man: And I've always wanted to be appreciated as a real hero.
Spider-Man: You know, for so long, I thought I never got any breaks. But now after all I've been through, for once I like my life. I like myself. And for the first time ever, I wouldn't want to change anything about me.
Stan Lee: Gee, you're definitely not the same guy I've been writing about all these years.
Spider-Man: Well, Stan, we all have to grow up sometimes, I suppose. Even us characters of fiction.
Madame Web: [appears in a portal] Spider-Man. It's time go.
Stan Lee: Who is that exotic lady?
Spider-Man: Oh, her? She's my ride. It's been great meeting you. Take care of yourself.
Stan Lee: You too, Spider-Man. Farewell and good luck.
Stan Lee: Well, I wonder how I'm supposed to get down from here. I suppose I could wait for the Fantastic Four to drop by and give me a lift.
Spider-Man: So we're all here for all reality. Okay? Spider-Men, we don't have much time. We better get going.
Octo Spider-Man: What about him? He doesn't have any powers.
Spider-Man Prime: Oh, hey, guys. Don't cut me out of this. This is the adventure of a lifetime.
Armored Spider-Man: No way.
Spider-Man: I'm sorry. But he's right. We can't endanger you.
Madame Web: Face front, true believer. We're going to find the real Mary Jane Watson. It's been a long, hard journey and I think you're finally entitled to some happiness.
Spider-Man: Amen to that, dear lady. Amen to that.
Uncle Ben Parker: Peter, do you remember what I told you about great power?
Spider-Carnage: [cries] Yes. With great power must also come great responsibility.