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Old 06-12-2016, 01:39 AM   #217
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Default Re: Would Spider-Man really be better off at Marvel/Disney?

Originally Posted by Picard Sisko View Post
I've been looking at how Marvel has been treating Spider-Man in the comics and on television.

They killed off Peter Parker in USM just to give us Miles Morales. He never even finished high school. At the time I was mad, and got over it, because it wasn't the mainstream universe. We still had Peter Parker in the 616 universe, and "The Amazing Spider-Man" would continue. Well, not for long, because:

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Peter Parker is in Ock's body, and died. Doc Ock is now in Spider-Man's body. This is RUBBISH!

Sony made "The Spectacular Spider-Man" tv series which is considered the best Spider-Man animated series of all time by many fans. It ran for two seasons, but unfortunately the studio sold the television rights back to Marvel/Disney. They decided to cancel it, and make their own series which would be more kid friendly. More rubbish, because SSM was a show that both adults and children could enjoy. "Ultimate Spider-Man" is not at all like that. As an adult, I could not make it past the first 5 minutes of the first episode. Spider-Man is made out to be very stupid and premature, and the show is overly-animated and immature.

I know that the movies would be treated differently from the comic books and animated series, but how do you think Marvel would treat Spider-Man if he was in the MCU?

Sony owns Spider-Man (they also own Ghost Rider, but are we really counting him?) and no other Marvel charcters. Spider-Man is like their baby, and Sony would treat him as their only child. There was one slip-up with Spider-Man 3, but otherwise I think they have done a really good job with Spider-Man.

I think that Sony should keep the rights to Spider-Man, but allow for Disney to "borrow" him for some of their movies. What do you guys think?
And this is exactly what happened four years later.

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