For The Line: It Is Drawn, my take on the classic Stan Lee moment in he origin of Spider-Man when he realizes he really fwowed up.
The main thing I added was the bag of ill-gotten money in the last panel, given that it's greed and subsequent arrogance that kept Peter Parker from stopping that robber in the first place.
So in reality, the moral of the story is less "with great power comes great responsibility" which doesn't really apply to most people who don't have great power, and more, "Don't wait until someone shoots your uncle to decide to be a good person." Everyone can relate to that.
Except the people who don't have an uncle. Those people are lost to us.