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This is the talkback thread for Marvel Animation Age & TZ News Present: Josh Keaton on "The Spectacular Spider-Man".

True story: Last Monday night, I get an e-mail from Stu, asking me, "Hey, can you do a phone interview with the guy who does Spider-Man on the new show, like, tomorrow?"

Answer: "Whaddyayou, kiddin' me? YES YES YES, I'll do a phone interview with the guy who does Spider-Man on the new show!"

So, therefore...

Josh Keaton is a hell of a nice guy and I had a blast talking with him. I also had a blast talking to the other person I got to interview on Tuesday...

But that would be telling. You'll just have to wait and see who else we were able to talk with. :evil:
 

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Keaton is solid as a Teenage High School version of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, but he isn't as good as Christopher Daniel Barnes was as a Early 20's College version of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Spider-Man: TAS .
 
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I've liked Josh since I first heard him as Ocelot. So I was always surprised when I read he'd be Spiderman as the roles are very different. But yea he's a great Spiderman and Peter Parker.
 

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Great interview. I loved the some of the last questions and his responses like for example how he found his "Gwen" in real life and such. Again, cool interview.
 

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