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The Amazing Spider-Nerd

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.


Brief History:

  • 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

  1. Spider-Man was the first teen superhero that wasn't a sidekick to an already established hero.

  2. His webs have been proven to be strong enough to hold The Hulk.

  3. His webs actually travel faster than bullets.

  4. Spider-Man at one point obtains his doctorate and runs Parker Industries.

  5. His biggest weakness is Pesticide Ethyl Chloride

  6. In the animated series, the show only had 3 punches total. This was due to Fox's extreme censorship.

  7. Peter Parker's parents were spies and died in a plane crash.

  8. Spider-Man has actually died numerous times in storylines like "The Other" and "Superiour Spider-Man"

  9. For the film "The Amazing Spider-Man," over 1,000 people were employed.

  10. After The Human Torch died, Spider-Man joined The Fantastic 4 for a period of time.


Q&A

  • @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?"

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