Can we appreciate John Smith here for a second? He’s so into it.
We all know what the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS is, but what IS ALS?
So Much, So Fast is a critically acclaimed documentary about one man’s fight with the disease. It’s available on Netfilix. Go watch it.
That Spider-Man show on Disney XD is doing something similar to Marvel’s Spider-Verse event and guess who’s making his TV debut?
So this is a big deal. it marks the first time Miles has showed up in something outside of the Ultimate Comics (excluding video games). Oh, and by the way, Miles is voiced by Donald Glover. You know the guy who had an internet movement who wanted him to be Spider-Man in Sony’s re-boot. There was a group who didn’t want him to be Peter too, but I was in the former camp. This show in the past has been something I’ve avoided, but It’s hard for me to ignore a Spider-Man show with a Miles Morales cameo, especially when he’s voiced by Childish Gambino.
Okay, Sony. If your Sinister Six film performs the same or worse than ASM2, You’ve got no excuse not to greenlight an Ultimate Spider-Man film.
What do you guys think? Are you excited to see Miles? Will you watch the show if you haven’t been right along? Am I getting excited over something that’s not as big a deal as I think it is?
I like how they handled the difference
If Kristen Stewart can lose her job, risk losing her entire career, fanbase, and respect over cheating on her boyfriend, the fact that Chris Brown is still acknowledged and celebrated is a fucking crime. If you want a prime example of women’s inequality in the media, there it is.