How many times will we get to see Spider-Man reinvent himself? I am just wrapping my head around the fourth incarnation and there is a fifth one on the horizon. This is sort of a fan sharing his concerns and wishes for a hero who often hits hard times.
I have said it before that I do not compare and contrast different versions of a movie or a specific character. I think it’s kind of cool to see variations on a theme. With that said, there are only so many times a remake is new and fresh considering how many untold stories are waiting to be told.
So when Captain America Civil War comes crashing into pop culture, we will be introduced to a younger greener Spider-Man. It will be great to see my favorite hero alongside the other Avengers in their ongoing struggles.
I hope Spider-Man won’t have to reintroduce his backstory. I am sorry to see him too young to have Gwenn or Mary Jane in his life. Maybe we will be shot into another direction and see another side of Webhead that we haven’t seen before.
Change is tough. Many of us love comfort and consistency in an ever-changing world. How do you handle being consistent in a sometimes inconsistent world?
What’s your secret?
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Even though I’ve enjoyed them all , I wish they would have just continued the journey s of Spider-Man story like they did with the Batman franchise and not regurgitated another incarnation. I t makes me forget what I love about Spider-Man in the first place.
Right. I would have liked to see them develop the other four movies with Spider man villains, finding Mary Jane, etc. I guess we sit back and enjoy all the incarnations as they appear.