376. Ultimately Amazing

12th Mar 2012, 8:24 AM
376. Ultimately Amazing
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Dyonus 12th Mar 2012, 8:24 AM edit delete
I have been remaining positive over the news for Amazing Spider-Man since they announced the reboot and having seen the trailer that came out a couple of weeks ago, I think my positive attitude is going to be rewarded. I didn't think Tobey was that good of a Spider-Man and I'd like to see Andrew Garfield. I already like his voice better than Tobey's.

As for Ultimate Spider-Man...I'm kind of torn. I like the animation and designs, some of the humor is pretty good, and the voice acting isn't bad, but at the same time I'd much rather see a third season of Spectacular Spider-Man, but that wouldn't happen even without Ultimate Spider-Man. Oh well. It'll be interesting seeing a series based on the Ultimate Spider-Man comics...which I've read and thoroughly enjoyed...even now despite the fact that Ultimate Peter Parker is dead.
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Andore Mordre 12th Mar 2012, 11:10 AM edit delete reply
Andore Mordre
...you've been playing Shattered Dimensons/Edge of Time again, haven't you?
mathias42 12th Mar 2012, 10:05 PM edit delete reply
Feeling the same way about all of it. I never really liked Tobey, but I thought that Raimi got the look and feel of the movies perfect. I'd have preferred a less geeky Peter Parker and Garfield really seems like a better choice.

That said, I still think it's too soon for a reboot. I wish they had just replaced Tobey and Raimi (and even Kirsten Dunst. God I hated her as MJ!) I also hate the costume. Like I said, the Raimi version really got that right. And Spidey belongs in the daylight.

What I'm hoping is that a bright enough fan can see this as a retcon...or even an insert into continuity, between the first and second hours of the first movie.

Ultiate Spidey cartoon intrigues me. The current Marvel anime have been very good. I kind of wonder what direction they will be going with it. I mean, there's a lot of material to get through there, and let's face it, these cartoons really don't last long enough to do the story justice.
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