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The Amazing Spider-man 2 - Review

Hello interweb, Nate here!  FINALLY!!!  The last Spider-man movie before I watch Spider-man: Homecoming!  Which turns out might not be this weekend but next weekend since I’m waiting to see it with my uncle (and no his first name isn’t “Ben”).  1,646 more words


Comic Reccomendations: My all time favorites

Hey guys, I am not posting as much as I told myself I would, so I’m trying to remedy that. This is going to be the first in a (hopeful) series where I talk about my favorite comics, just as a way to to get myself to write. 445 more words


The Amazing Spider-man - Review

Hello interweb, Nate here!  I’m gonna be honest, guys, I’m getting a little bit of Spider-man fatigue here lol.  I mean, this is the 4th Spider-man movie I’ve rewatched over the last couple of days.  1,821 more words


The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Directed by Marc Webb, 2014.
Starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Dane DeHaan, Jamie Foxx, Sally Field, Campbell Scott, Paul Giamatti, Colm Feore.
142 mins.

After graduating from High School, Peter Parker tries to negotiate his on-off relationship with girlfriend Gwen Stacy and defend New York from new super-powered threats.  1,367 more words

(J02E03) Gwen and Mary, OR Off the Record

“You’ve put on weight,” the beardo driving the scooter said.

“That or your goddamn engine has made peace with this life,” the short man riding pillion responded. 1,730 more words


The Trouble With Gwen Stacy In 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

Emma Stone’s character had a date with comic book destiny in the Spider-Man sequel. Here’s why it stung. Warning: This post contains major spoilers about the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – read at your own risk. 15 more words


(J02E01) "Johnny Mera Naam"

I have a confession to make, Mandy.

I don’t write too good.

I mean sure, the words been comin’ – just as the steady IV drip been comin’ – now ten drops of glucose, now a nice drippy anaesthetic haze, now another wave of phrases bearing whatever trash I manage to salvage. 1,670 more words