"And in a few years, some rebellious little kid is going to turn up at your school with me on his t-shirt. 'Cyclops was right.'"
As for USM, like I said inan earlier post, could be a heck of a lot better if a few tweaks and/or changes are made to the show without getting rid of or altering the shows original premise.
That's a very....entitled approach to kids cartoons. Myself, as a man in his 30's, I get that I might not enjoy things 7 year olds do, and I'm okay with that. If I do, great, but if not, oh well. It's all about perspective. Seems like the end of the world the way some are ranting and raving over and over about this.
Why should I want to make anything up? Life's bad enough as it is without trying to invent any more of it.
"First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you."
Yeah lets Make a fool out of Thor and turn him into a frog to entertain the kiddies just so we can get one lame ass princess kissing the frog joke at the end of the episode.
The great Walt Simonson turned Thor into a frog during his legendary Thor run. This was an homage to that story. The Avengers cartoon would do that. (Hell, they had their own homage to Walt Simonson with the Beta Ray Bill episode.)
Avatar - The Last Airbender did, Korra does, Batman - The Animated Series did, Superman The Animated Series, Spectacular Spider-Man, Batman Beyond, Justice League, Young Justice, new Thundercats and so forth..... it really is not hard to do and this "its for kids" (hey, its Spider-Man of course adult comic fans are going to want to like it) is just lazy talk.
It can still be entertaining enough, would help if he stops talking to the camera, being a clutz (he is Spider-Man) and those annoying cut aways.
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