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Spider-man 2

Gamestyle Archive Intro: Daniel takes us on a unique perspective tour of New York as Spider-man in this game sequel. This review dates from September 2004.

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Did You Know?

Marc John Jefferies (Wendell Owens) was a voice actor for Monsters, Inc. (2001) and also starred in Spider-Man 2 (2004).


Spider-Man may appear in Avengers: Infinity War Part 1

Photo via The Playlist

Update: Speaking with Comic Book Resources, a Sony Pictures rep has called the Latino Review report an “old rumor” with “no validity whatsoever.  275 more words


Anatomy of a Flop

This post comes from my deep nerd side. You have been warned!

There has been a lot of talk about Spider-man in the interwebs lately. Specifically, in the wake of the Sony hack (albeit, interesting, but also frustrating because no studio deserved what happened to them) we got a smattering of news that Peter Parker might show up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 1,129 more words


Spider-Man 2: The Story of a Dysfunctional Young Woman

Okay, fine, it’s really the story of two young people who enable each other’s destructive, narcissistic romanticism.

Peter Parker is a dreamer enamored of the literal girl next door, Mary Jane Watson, not realizing because of her hygiene and her angelic, Gwen Stacy sweetness that she is actually a broken, needy young woman who doesn’t dare be single for fear of drowning in her own loneliness and lack of self-worth. 1,312 more words

Comic Book Geekery

Sam Raimi admits he botched "awful" Spider-Man 3

Following two celebrated entries, Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 was panned by critics and fans alike. Between the mass of uninspired supervillains and the convoluted storylines, the film tarnished an otherwise entertaining series of poignant superhero films. 262 more words


Sam Raimi Says Spider-Man 3 Was "Awful"

According to a recent interview with Nerdist podcast, Director Sam Raimi talked about the number of problems with Sony’s Spider-Man 3 film. Raimi started to talk about the problems in the interview saying: 222 more words