Why do people love Spidey?
Spider-man/Peter Parker is one of us. He's awkward, he is funny and witty. He doesn't have it all figured out perfectly. He is young. He comes off as an underdog a lot and you really root for him.
Created in 1962 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko
There are many versions of Spider-Man from Peter Parker to Miles Morales to even Gwen Stacey.
There have been 3 different actors portray him in live action movies.
In 1977 there was a made for TV movie of Spider-Man that is very forgotten.
In 1978 a sequel appeared called Spider-Man Strikes Back
In 1981 a movie called Spider-Man The Dragon's Challenge came out.
The animated series was 1994-1998 with Christopher Daniel Barnes as the voice.
The original live action trilogy began in film in 2002 with Toby McGuire and the sequels came out in 2004 and 2007.
The Amazing Spider-Man then rebooted with Andrew Garfield as Parker in 2012 and 2014.
Finally the 3rd rendition appeared with Tom Holland in Captain America Civil War in 2016. He then got his own movie Homecoming in 2017
Sony released a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with Miles Morales as Spider-Man that won an Oscar.
Tom Holland has returned as Spidey in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame as well as his Far From Home sequel
Far From Home:
I loved the playback to those we lost .
Zendya's melancholy sarcastic MJ is growing on me.
I love the Happy and Aunt May stuff.
Gyllenhaal as Mysterio was great and I liked the change on his back story and his connection to Tony.
The action was fantastic.
They really brought the old cartoon feeling of "not knowing what was real" to the story soooo well. I was questioning things the whole time.
Mysterio was successfully done.
I liked that they also utilized Fury and Hill in the story as well.
The fight sequences were beautiful
The battle at the end was visually and emotionally done well.
So many twists and turns.
The final moments were the most jaw dropping in comic book film history
The post credit scenes defiantly point us in a possible Secret War direction.
Unknown Facts about Spider-Man
Spider-Man was the first teen superhero that wasn't a sidekick to an already established hero.
His webs have been proven to be strong enough to hold The Hulk.
His webs actually travel faster than bullets.
Spider-Man at one point obtains his doctorate and runs Parker Industries.
His biggest weakness is Pesticide Ethyl Chloride
In the animated series, the show only had 3 punches total. This was due to Fox's extreme censorship.
Peter Parker's parents were spies and died in a plane crash.
Spider-Man has actually died numerous times in storylines like "The Other" and "Superiour Spider-Man"
For the film "The Amazing Spider-Man," over 1,000 people were employed.
After The Human Torch died, Spider-Man joined The Fantastic 4 for a period of time.
@logan_80 asks " What are your thoughts on the big surprise at the end and where it takes us? I, for one, did not like it."
John H. asks " Is it really that big of a deal that his identity is out there? Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and most Marvel heroes don't rely on their identity
Chase M. asks "Where in God's name do we go from here?"
Jake S. asks " What are your thoughts on all of the Iron Man being alive theories?"
Logan Roach askes, "What are your thoughts on The Sinister 6 coming into the MCU and Spidey and Venom teaming up to take them down?"