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Ha, Miles finds Post Malone as catchy as most people do ;).

Wasn't Shameik Moore known for a musical movie prior to this? Fitting to have his Miles singing then :).

That has got to be the most Spanish I think I have ever heard Miles speak :sweat:.

It's also interesting that you can start to see the distinction between Miles and Peter in this, in that Miles here has two, active, biological parents and is more outgoing and popular then Peter is often depicted as. Although actually that seems different from Miles in the comics too :ack:.
I hope the Spider-Ham theme song is actually in the movie :p.
 

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Ha, Miles finds Post Malone as catchy as most people do ;).

Wasn't Shameik Moore known for a musical movie prior to this? Fitting to have his Miles singing then :).

That has got to be the most Spanish I think I have ever heard Miles speak :sweat:.

It's also interesting that you can start to see the distinction between Miles and Peter in this, in that Miles here has two, active, biological parents and is more outgoing and popular then Peter is often depicted as. Although actually that seems different from Miles in the comics too :ack:.

I hope the Spider-Ham theme song is actually in the movie :p.
Man...totally forgot they might not have time for the city that hates him for being the new Spider-Man so soon.
 

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Ha, Miles finds Post Malone as catchy as most people do ;).

Wasn't Shameik Moore known for a musical movie prior to this? Fitting to have his Miles singing then :).

That has got to be the most Spanish I think I have ever heard Miles speak :sweat:.

It's also interesting that you can start to see the distinction between Miles and Peter in this, in that Miles here has two, active, biological parents and is more outgoing and popular then Peter is often depicted as. Although actually that seems different from Miles in the comics too :ack:.

I hope the Spider-Ham theme song is actually in the movie :p.
This is definitely the most Spanish I've heard from Miles in all of my years of reading Bendis' run and under Mark Waid's writing. They are definitely embracing the bi-racial angle.

On a side note, I remember some comic reading folks I know, predicting that Peni Parker would be a break out character, going from an obscure Spider-verse tie-in to the big screen. As of now, it seems like the studio is much more keen on pushing Spider-Ham, though (which is okay by me).
 

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Man...totally forgot they might not have time for the city that hates him for being the new Spider-Man so soon.
It would be kind of funny if someone makes a comment about his costume being in bad taste :p.
This is definitely the most Spanish I've heard from Miles in all of my years of reading Bendis' run and under Mark Waid's writing. They are definitely embracing the bi-racial angle.
Agreed :cool:.
On a side note, I remember some comic reading folks I know, predicting that Peni Parker would be a break out character, going from an obscure Spider-verse tie-in to the big screen. As of now, it seems like the studio is much more keen on pushing Spider-Ham, though (which is okay by me).
I'm hoping all the other Spiders end up being show-stealers in their own right :).
 

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I'm hoping all the other Spiders end up being show-stealers in their own right :).
Oh, I do as well. It's just that they thought that in these passing months Peni was going to be showing up in fan art everywhere, due to her anime angle. I didn't really have any reason not to believe them, but it looks like they're wrong.

On a side note, I spoke to her creator, Jake Parker Jake Wyatt on Instagram, he said he isn't receiving any royalties from this, which kind of sucks I guess. That's the business though.:rolleyes:
 
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Ha, Miles finds Post Malone as catchy as most people do ;).

Wasn't Shameik Moore known for a musical movie prior to this? Fitting to have his Miles singing then :).
When I saw the music video, it looked as though the clips from that scene were synced with the song, so it's cool to see that they actually were and that the song is in the movie. Music has been a big part in everything I've seen Shameik in, so it's funny to see that extend to this animated Spider-Man movie.


This is definitely the most Spanish I've heard from Miles in all of my years of reading Bendis' run and under Mark Waid's writing. They are definitely embracing the bi-racial angle.
I haven't read a comic with Miles, or a new comic period, in years but, when I did read them, it always bugged me that they initially made a big deal in the press about Miles being "the first Black and Latino Spider-Man" and even went as far as naming him Morales, only to then never really display that as part of his background or character. It's awesome to see them doing it here.


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How did the top brass even allow this movie to get through? Nothing about it seems safe financially, as far as children's animation go. But that's all the more reason for me to support it, I guess.

I haven't read a comic with Miles, or a new comic period, in years but, when I did read them, it always bugged me that they initially made a big deal in the press about Miles being "the first Black and Latino Spider-Man" and even went as far as naming him Morales, only to then never really display that as part of his background or character. It's awesome to see them doing it here.


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This is true. After reading all of Bendis' Miles runs, I can honestly say that you can remove the Latino angle and no difference would be seen in his character, or surroundings, besides his mom, of course.