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New Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends Series Announced At D23


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Marvel today announced a new Spider-Man And His Amazing friends series coming to Disney Junior in 2021. For those of us who grew up in the 80's when we hear that name we think Spider-Man teaming up with Iceman and Firestar, but now he will be teaming up with his friends Miles Morales and Gwen AKA Ghost-Spider. Other heroes such as Hulk, Black Panther and Ms. Marvel will also be joining them to defeat evil foes and learn that teamwork is the best way to save the day.

Marvel’s Spidey and His Amazing Friends is executive produced by Alan Fine (Marvel's The Avengers), Joe Quesada (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble), Dan Buckley (Marvel’s Spider-Man), Cort Lane (Ultimate Spider-Man), and Eric Radomski (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble); co-executive produced by Marsha Griffin (Marvel’s Spider-Man), and supervising producer Harrison Wilcox (Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy). Alfred Gimeno (Marvel Rising) serves as supervising animation producer, and Ashley Mendoza (PJ Masks) as story editor.


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4 minutes ago, DarthOdette said:

It’s for the kids, I’m sure it’ll be good for that demographic.  I still wish marvel would focus on animation that was a little more mature.  Something close to Batman TAS, or even Avatar the last Airbender.

the dream would be be something that everyone could enjoy, the Batman TAS or X-Men TAS

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Animated movies is where DC blows Marvel away. Marvel does kiddy friendly animated shows while DC does more adult oriented animated movies. I'd love to see a more adult animated Marvel movie about the classic DOFP X-Men 2 parter. Animate it in John Byrne's  style & give us some graphic death scenes like when the Sentinel fried Wolvy & the other one speared Storm.

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5 hours ago, mako said:

So, DC "blows Marvel away" because they make adult oriented animated movies . . . about characters that were never meant to be "Adult Oriented?" There was a sick old guy back in the 70s who used to show up at my elementary school and show kids "Adult Oriented" pictures of Mickey Mouse at recess. Did HE blow Disney away? Judging by some of DCs recent animated movies, I think the same guy may work there now. At the very least, they probably share similar interests.


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