Into the N-verse


Now question yourself why you substituted the N and rethink racism.

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It's based on a comic called Spiderverse that involves multiple Spider-Men from different dimensions (including Miles Morales) joining together to stop a villain from destroying the world. Hence Spiderverse. Has nothing to do with racism.

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The black dimension?

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Ralph still can't learn?

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I watched it tonight. It is pretty good! It is a shame however how they have to shoe-horn in the justification for Miles Morales, a person of color, to be Spider-man! I would have loved it had they not bothered with the "everybody can become Spider-man" and would have just stuck to Miles getting lucky like Peter once did. And why the hell didn't he get to kiss Gwen? That's racist!

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Because Miles is underage and Gwen is an adult. That's why they didn't kiss. Plus if you read her original comics she doesn't want to get close to anyone after Peter Parker turned into the Lizard and she had to kill him. I know they got together later in the comics but I am sure it might happen in a sequel.

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Into the Nacho-Verse?

Damn, I could really go for some tacos right about now..

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you and me both, I LOVE NACHOS!

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Nacho, Nacho Man...

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Saying a word in and of itself does not denote racism in the absence of a racist context. The fact that you Americans think this is biblically f*** stupid.

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