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Does Constance have a mate?
I'm not revealing that at this time.
when willl the 3rd season of the spectacular spiderman start and wat villans will we see in the season and wat will happen of norman osborn since he didn't die...
I've answered all this before. Check the archives.
will other superheroes appear in the series like the x-men or prowler in the spectacular spider-man?
I've answered this before. Check the archives.
I was wondering if, in the event that the Spectacular Spider-Man isn't renewed for several more seasons, will anybody at Sony or Marvel be planning to make available a suicide hotline staffed with sympathetic counselors knowlegeable in Spidey-lore, for those of us who feel we will not be able to live without MORE of this show???? (I'm kidding of course... Barely.)
I'm almost 40 years old, grew up with Spider-Man, have been an avid fan all my life, and truly I have to say this is without a doubt the BEST animated adaptation ever, and is possibly better than the Spider-Man live action movies. I wouldn't be surprised if the main fan base for this show turns out to be males age 30 to 50.
So now, my real question: When are we going to find out whether there will be a season 3? (And when it will air?) This is killing me!! Uh... Just a figure of speech.
The answer to your second question (when will the third season air) is of course totally dependent on the answer to your first question (if and when will we get a pick-up).
And AGAIN -- the earliest we could possibly find out about a third season pick-up is AFTER the second season starts airing this coming Monday (6/22). Frankly, the earliest we could REASONABLY expect a pick-up is July. And it would not be surprising to me if the pick-up didn't come until after all thirteen episodes had aired, in which case we're talking September.
But AGAIN, I just don't know. And AGAIN, I promise to tell you as soon as I do. SO PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, STOP ASKING!!!
In your opinion who do you think is more powerful: the Weird Sisters or Puck? I ask because I've noticed that they're the only ones of Oberon's Children who consistantly fight or aid the Gargoyles and I was curious what would happen if they ever came into conflict.
Also Oberon forbid his Children from harming or interfering with humans, did he forbid his Children from fighting amongst themselves? Again I ask cause I wonder why Grandmother didn't fight Raven herself.
Finally, why does Oberon even care what he or his race do to mankind? It's a little suprising that a being so powerful could have compasion for such 'mere mortals'.
I guess I'd guess that the Sisters are more powerful, since at the very least there are three of them. But of course Puck's a trickster, and really the question seems a bit pointless.
Oberon did not forbid the Children from fighting among themselves. But Grandmother wasn't fighting for herself, but for the island. Plus, there's some question as to whether she could have beaten Raven in a straight-up head to head fight. Especially since fighting is clearly NOT her way.
I'm way more powerful than my dogs and cat, but I have a lot of compassion for them, and certainly wouldn't want anyone to harm them.
Hi Greg.I wrote about Doctor Octopus and storylines.So now i want to share my thoughts about Venom.
Venom as i said is one of my favourite Spider-Man Villains,and i like fact that he was created after later(i mean after Gwen Stacy Death).He may be even more dangerous enemy than Green Goblin A.K.A Norman Osborn.Now i will write what Eddie's role was in every arc.
Lizard Arc:He was good guy,spent time with Peter.But after Peter took pictures of Lizard,he became angry with and it hurted their friendship.
Big Man Arc:He forgave Peter but said that he(Peter) should back off for some time.And later invited Gwen to Fall Formal.
Green Goblin Arc:He was shown angry when Gwen thought that Peter lied to her.
Symbiote Arc:In first two episodes he becomes very very,and VERY Angry to Peter and blamed Peter when he(Eddie) was fired,because ESU Can't get funds.In last two episodes he became Main Villain(possibly he was main villain from beggining of arc and possibly main villain of series)Venom,and tried to make Peter's life miserable.
Now for Season 2
Master Planner Arc:He made small appearence in Blueprints and attacked Peter.But it was just a nightmare(but i realy liked his appearence in that episode).And Peter searched for him but he didn't find him,but he (Peter) was distracted by Master Planner and him super-villains.
Venom Returns Arc:He was big baddie there.In First Steps,he stalked Peter and found symbiote.In Growing Pains he posed as Spider-Man and framed him.Although in Growing Pains more attention was given to Coloner Jupiter,but Venom was mastermind behind Jameson's hatred and Coloner Jupiter hatred towards Spider-Man and worst Venom action was when he revealed Spider-Man's identity.And tried to force Peter to drink Gene Cleanser.Then Venom would unmask him,and Peter would be victim of his worst villains.But that didn't happen and both fought in school(one of best episodes ever)
He was absent in Gang War and Green Goblin arcs.He should return in Season3 and if he and Peter will not become friends,you should let him be Venom until Season 5.
Yep, that's what happened all right.
What exactly did the Pack do for a living before being hired by Xanatos and becoming celebrities?
Dingo was a thief and a robber for a long time. But Dingo, Hyena, Jackal and Wolf were all mercenaries immediately before getting hired by Fox. Fox's story I'll keep to myself for the time being.
Hey Greg,its been awhile since i saw you at comic con 07, i was the in the white hat, and was called "Peter Parker". I have a cuple of questions i wanted to ask.
1. I was wondering, have they (Disney/4kids or whoever is airing Spider-man.) Greenlight season 3?
2. Will we see you and Vic have another Cameo in season 3?
3. Will Venom return? or will this bring the brith of Carnage? (you don't have to anwser the last one, I just had that idea,since it seem,well logical to me, but you and Vic, are the bossess,so,its pretty mutch up to you and wirters i think.)
1. Not yet, no.
2. I don't know.
3. No comment.
first of, spectacular spiderman is the greatest show i have seen in a long time...just one of those episode can beat a whole entire series of some other shows.
second, i hav a few questions involving the show, but if they dont get answered thats cool:
1. since eddie went of to ravencroft will we see carnage anytime soon...i heard u dont like the character and why is that exactly.
2. villains not so popular such as spot, beetle, boomerang, and the smythes, will they be in the series at all.
3. are there anything that says morbius cant bite people because if you put him the show it would be shocking and disgusting to see that but cool
4. are we gonna see any villains such as demogoblin and jack o lantern. it would be a first.
5. last but not least but a reliefe to u probaly...will hobgoblin be harry like in ultimate spiderman or green goblin II like in amazing...either way i think u could work it out.
thnx for ur time and the greatest series out there.
1. Who told you I don't like Carnage? I keep refuting this rumor, and it's still out there. Otherwise, no comment.
2. As I've mentioned, I don't think I have access to the Beetle. No comment on the rest.
3. No comment.
4. No comment.
5. No comment.
I've been meaning to post this all week.
Last Friday, my family and I headed up to Ashland, Oregon to attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The Festival runs for nine months a year, producing 11 different plays. During the summer months, there are nine productions going on in repertory at any given time. We saw five plays in three days, and just had a blast.
We started Friday night with Shakespeare's HENRY VIII, and this was the best production of this play I've EVER seen, including the production I saw in London years ago. Vilma Silva as Katherine and Anthony Heald as Wolsey were both fantastic.
On Saturday, we saw EQUIVOCATION, a new play by Bill Cain that was the highlight of the entire trip (which is saying a lot)! Equivocation is set during the reign of King James I of England (a.k.a. James VI of Scotland). William Shagspeare has been commissioned to write a play about the Gunpowder Plot, and his attempts to tell the truth -- and not get hanged in the process -- are played out. The cast of characters includes his daughter Judith (and for those of you who saw my "Doc Shakespeare" radio play at the 2005 Gathering in Las Vegas, you can imagine how fascinated I was by this), the King, SIr Robert Cecil, Guy Fawkes and various members of the Kings Players. It also features bits of King Lear, Macbeth and Henry VIII, giving a sense to the origin of those plays as well as Shakespeare's later "romances" such as Pericles, Winter's Tale, Cymbeline and The Tempest. Anthony Heald, so good the night before as Cardinal Wolsey is fantastic as Shag. An actress, whose name escapes me unfortunately, is wonderful as Judith. (She played Anne Boylen in Henry VIII) and four other actors (all fantastic) cover all the other parts. I liked this play so much, I immediately went to the gift shop and bought the text. And stayed up reading it that night.
Saturday night, we went to see a Nigerian play called "Death and the King's Horseman", based on a true story and set during World War II. This was a fascinating look at African vs. European (Western) values and theater.
Sunday, we saw Shakespeare's MACBETH. I've seen a LOT of productions of Macbeth of course, but there were a lot of cool elements to this version, including a sense that the Weird Sisters weren't done with Fleance at the end, which was something completely fresh to me. It was also great to see it right after seeing Equivocation.
Finally, Sunday night we saw a wonderfully funny production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
In addition to the shows, we had a number of wonderful meals -- and okay, a couple mediocre ones too -- in Ashland. And my daughter, father and I had a great hike through an absolutely gorgeous park.
All and all, I can't recommend the Festival, Ashland and especially EQUIVOCATION enough.