In the show we.... We wrap up the message board questions from June. Some highlights include *What presents would you give Peter Parker for his 50th birthday? * We share our favorite Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends episodes * Favorite Spider-Man prose novels are discussed * The panel also shares our favorite J.Jameson Jameson moments.
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Oh crap I asked the same question twice XD Sorry you had to answer that novel question again during the call-in show, I had forgotten about this one. Though thanks for the tips. Ironically though that picture you have for the podcast on the front page is from another novel called the Octopus Agenda. I researched some more marvel novels and found that one among others. Its Dock Ock taking over the world(hmm, now where have I heard that before ) and Spidey teams up with Venom to stop him.
Those .1´s were the ones I was referring too. I think some of them sound intresting, although I´ll make sure to stay away from the one by Stuart Moore
Who I'd want to see in an Avengers sequel--Carol Danvers and She-Hulk, most definitely.
As for bringing Coulson back, I think this would be the simplest, easiest way:
There was a rumor that Sony would reboot again? That's...so weird.
I don't know if I'd even want to see the Clone Saga in the movie, let alone if it could be done. Ultimate Venom as a movie could be AMAZING, though, and fit almost perfectly with what we see in Amazing.
I kinda like what I've seen of the new status quo for Hulk--basically they've reversed roles. Hulk is the rational being and Banner is the crazed monster. It seems to be far more interesting than what I've seen of Byrne--but then I pretty much don't enjoy anything he's ever written/drawn outside of She-Hulk.
"Did the Batgirl book get any better?" I honestly think it has, especially after #10.
I was definitely into the Mountain Dew Code Red as a kid.
Honestly...I think my favorite Jonah moments are almost all from Ultimate Spider-Man. That take on the character just felt more real and interesting to me than the 616 version, who's pretty much written as a cartoon 90% of the time.