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Just when you think Spider-Man cannot be humiliated more.....


...they go and do this. In the latest episode Carnage is reintroduced and in the end of episode he blows up and infects civilians turning them to symbiotes. Anyone else realising what Disney is doing??? I will tell you. THEY ARE TRYING TO MILK WEB OF SHADOWS!! Meaning that they are trying to implement what is probably the darkest Spider-Man game to this pathetic excuse for cartoon in which Spider-Man embodies the definition of moron! So if you have ever played or seen Web Of Shadows then prepare to witness it brutally turned into a parody. RIP Web Of Shadows.

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Nice??? Have you ever played or watched the campaign of Web Of Shadows??? Please do! After that go watch Spider-Man TAS [1994] or X-Men Tas. Then come here and rewatch the trilogy. Once you have done all that if you can still claim that this show didnt try to milk money from WOS and that it doesnt humiliate Spider-Man and the entire Spider-Man universe then i will rest my case!!! If you by any chance have done all of the above then i have no idea how it is possible for you not to dislike this pathetic excuse of a cartoon. I am sorry if i get too riled up about this but Spider-Man was the first super-hero i ever saw. SPider-Man TAS [1994] is my favourite cartoon and i grew up with it! For that reason it angers me greatly to see my fav childhood character being ruined and humiliated like this! It is also frustrating that this cartoon has a 7/10 rating when it deserves 1/10 or at best case scenario 3/10!

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That is both true and false. Yes. It has been stated that the show was cancelled and that there were more story lines on the way. HOWEVER. The season 5 ending is a very tiny cliffhanger. We get Stan Lee for the first time ever. We also know that Mary Jane never really died [she fell in a vortex] and that Madam Web knows her location. Plus SPider-Man saved the entire universe when he stopped Spider-Carnage. And the show ends with Web taking Peter to the real Mary Jane Watson which implies a happy ending to the show. So while the production of more episodes stopped the show did end properly. Was there room for more adventures? Yes. But since they knew that it was going to end they gave us the courtecy of making an ending for the show that implied happiness and victory of the hero which is acceptable given the fact that the show was mostly aimed at children and teens. I am not sure if you read my previous comment. I hope you did. You say that USM adds many storylines from the comics. I am sorry to tell you thing but in the particular case it should be quality>>>quantity. You can bring tons of comics in the cartoon but if the quality is lame and the story and characters arent well developed then you will end up with a gigantic failure. Ask the creators of Flash. In season 2 they tried to bring in more comic book elements and they literally raped the story they had established earlier in the same season. And the ending was to set up Flashpoint Paradox which made no sense since in the first season the hero has a chance to cause it but learns and accepts the fact that he cannot do it. So it doesnt matter how many stories you have if you cant put them together nicely. Also you cannot argue about the fact that in USM Spider-Man is a moron. His jokes are lame and misplaced and the constant breaking of the 4th wall is illogical and misplaced.

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Fake stories about fake people. If you can't simply enjoy them for what they are go read a book or try anger management. But you used about a thousand words and didn't say a damn thing

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