Because Peter is the most widely known Spider-Man EVER. You know, the Ultimate Universe thought as you did. And now they have a Spider-Man only die-hard Spider-Man fans are willing to read about. Sorry, but Peter Parker is Spider-Man.
Life has its own share of twists and turns. Pick friends who are willing to keep you on the roller coaster.
People like the character and he still works as a concept even thought people dislike that he cant move forward with his life.
I still think that legacies and replacements could still work in adaptations rather than comics since the mainstream people can be more forgiving and less judgemental than the comic elitist.
I'm hoping he will eventually move on to be his one hero, with his own persona. (and Peter comes back. I don't really care for people coming back from the dead, but pleaaase)
can we just let this thread die instead of it being a miles morales thread
the OP was probably just confused or trolling
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Isn't that like saying why is the Black Panther always T'Challa.
I'll just quote what I've just said about the Miles Morales fiasco just a half hour ago and leave it at that.
After watching what I consider the best movie of all time, I'm reconsidering to make a comeback. I dropped all the books because of the Spider-Men books, but I think there's some hope for Marvel after this AVX mess ends.Originally Posted by Zauri
I'll stick with a selected few books, like Waid's Devil, Remender's UXF and Aaron's WatX, but while these books are brilliant, they aren't the books I'm missing the most.
I'm coming back because I'm really missing Dan Slott's Amazing Spider-Man.
With that said, thank you Marvel, for the mess you did with the abortion called Miles Morales. Polarizing your fanbase and making the most universal and relatable character in comic books history less relatable, universal and special was a really brilliant move. Keep forcing Miles Morales down our throats, and watch your fanbase growing more divided and this becoming some kind of geek apartheid, like a black kid couldn't love and most of all relate with Peter Parker because he's white. If you ever reboot Marvel and make Peter black, as long it is about Peter's story and a competent writer like Slott writing it, I'd be all over the book. But not a replacement.
Peter Parker is Spider-Man. Spider-Man is Peter Parker. 'Nuff said.
Last edited by Zauri; 05-13-2012 at 12:05 AM.
The first time I saw love, it was hanging from a tree.
I keep hearing some poeple say Miles should move on to his own identity, but what identity would that be? He has spider powers so what else would he call himself?