With great power comes great responsibility
Quote by Stan Lee: “With great power comes great responsibility.”
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Ben Parker first learned this lesson in the late 's. Ben's best friend, Keene Marlow was a superhero called the Destroyer. One night Keene and his wife, Lenora Sharp-Marlow were walking down the street when Keene witnessed a robbery. Without hesitation Keene activated his super soldier powers and attacked the thieves. However, when the thieves fired their guns at Keene they accidentally shot and killed Lenora.
The phrase can be used in its whole form, but often the word "responsibility" is swapped out for something that rhymes or completes an alternate joke. It is especially suited for use in image-macro form because of its dual-part construction. The origin of this quote dates back centuries, and the earliest use of the phrase on the Internet is unknown. One of its first notable appearances in contemporary pop culture can be attributed to a heartfelt scene from the superhero film Spider-Man wherein Uncle Ben says the line to Peter Parker shortly before getting killed by a carjacker shown below. This clip was posted to March 10th, The first known applications of the phrase to images was with Demotivational Posters.
The quote is often used in politics, monarchy and law enforcement, is commonly used among journalists and book authors and is used in popular culture such as in various media and memes. The thematic and often-quoted including by the Supreme Court of the United States  Spider-Man phrase with great power comes great responsibility is widely attributed to Uncle Ben. However, in Amazing Fantasy 15, where it first appears, it is not spoken by any character. In fact, Ben has only two lines in the entire comic. The original version of the phrase appears in a narrative caption of the comic's last panel , rather than as spoken dialogue. It reads, "
Who has the responsibility? Voltaire said it first: With great power comes great responsibility. Winston Churchill said: The price of greatness is responsibility. Either way, it's an interesting quote that raises a great question, one that was posed to me by Jase Clarke during a webinar I did a couple weeks ago: If customers have the power, who has the responsibility? Customers certainly do have the power.