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megimoo
08-03-2011, 08:50 AM
MARVEL Kills Off SPIDER-MAN, Replaces with Half-Black, Half-Hispanic Reincarnation...'Miles Morales'......could be gay...

New Yorkers take their fictional heroes seriously, so it may come as a shock to some that Peter Parker, the Queens native whose destiny was forever altered by a radioactive/genetically altered spider, has been killed off in the “Ultimates” imprint of Marvel Comics. The Ultimate series is different from Marvel’s standard line, in which Peter Parker is still happily toiling away as everybody’s favorite hard-luck hero.

No, in the Ultimates series, Peter Parker gets killed at the hands of his nemesis the Green Goblin. But, being a comic book series, no hero stays dead for long. While Peter Parker may be gone, a new kid is stepping into the tights: Miles Morales.


http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/08/02/new-spider-man-swinging-into-comic-book-shops-following-death-of-peter-parker/

Bailey
08-03-2011, 09:29 AM
This F#$king shit has gone on to far, I hope they kill off a black charactar and replace it with a white person. ( I wont hold my breath) :mad:

Apocalypse
08-03-2011, 03:43 PM
Brian Bendis Reveals Details About New Ultimate Spider-Man; Comments On Race Controversy!

The writer goes into detail about his decision to introduce Miles Morales as the new Ultimate Spider-Manhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/mag-glass_10x10.gif, as well as revealing his age and background, addressing the controversy behind his race and much more...


Many thanks to Newsarama for the following excerpts. Be sure to head on over to the site by clicking the link below to read much, much more. What do you guys think of Brian Michael Bendis' decision to introduce this new character as Spider-Man? Seeing as the Peter Parker of this universe is dead, I see no problem with it whatsoever, and the fact that he's of a different race is irrelevant. Sure, if they'd changed Peter's ethnic background we might have something to complain about, but this is a NEW character! There's no rule stating that whoever wears the costume has to be white!

http://comicbookmovie.com/images/users/uploads/10300/blackspidey.jpgOn The Initial Reaction To The Announcement:


What a reaction. It was announced, and then I went to bed, then I woke up saying, "Wow!" The guesses were pretty fantastic. And I'm sorry if you guessed wrong; it doesn't make me a sh*tty writer. [Laughs.] I'm always baffled by that. It's been going on for years. "It's not Ben Reilly? You suck!"

On The Background Of Miles Morales, The New Spider-Man:


He's like 13. He's a kid. His mother's Puerto Rican. And for some reason the borough seems to be an issue for everybody, too: the borough is Brooklyn. Where he's going to school, and his own cast of characters, and his parents, and his family — you're going to meet them all in the first issue, and it's all pretty interesting stuff. They live in a world that's been pummeled by Magneto. It's a different world for them than it was for Peter. These elements are just important, too. A kid on a discovery, trying to figure out why to be Spider-Man. It's a big journey for him. It's a character going almost against his entire personality to do this, so a lot has to be discovered.

On Coming Up With His Name:


The naming of the character was a blowout war between me and Joe, for months and months and months. I named the character a few things, lists were made, debates were had. There was another name for a while. I settled on the alliteration. First you go, "Is it too obvious, the alliteration?" Then you go, "No, do it! Come on." It was one of those, "Is it smart-stupid or stupid-smart?" You can't tell. So I just went for it. I settled on the final name by literally just typing it into the script so everyone would stop talking about it. So there it is.

On The Decision Not To Use Miguel O'Hara:


It's funny, everyone coming at me with Miguel O'Hara jokes. We were making these jokes like two years ago, and someone at Marvel — I won't out them — but they were really mad that we weren't going with that name. Then it becomes something else: "Oh is he from the future?" "Is the 2099 Universe now the Ultimate Universe?" It becomes this whole different thing, but it just completely confuses the story. We want to start fresh, and put some toys in the toy box. For every 10 I kill, I put one in. [Laughs.] A new character that has a completely clean slate from which to build was the way to go. It just was.

On Why People Should Continue Reading The Soon To Be Relaunched Title:



Here's what I'll say for people who have been reading Ultimate Spider-Man: You will be rewarded for your concentration and dedication, because this character will be entering the legacy of Peter Parker, and meeting many people from Peter Parker's life in different ways. And that will all be addressed. In the first half-of-a-year of Ultimate Spider-Man, you will see Gwen Stacy, you will see Aunt May, you will see Spider-Woman; how he got his powers. All of this will be addressed very, very quickly — in the first two issues, both of which ship in September.

On Whether The Decision Will Impact The Animated Series:


But I notice that some people feel that Peter will be back in the comic book by the time the cartoon comes out. That is not the case. I have already written up to the issues of when the cartoon comes out. That's not happening. This is a long-term goal. This is it.

fettpett
08-03-2011, 04:10 PM
it's not like the Human Torch where it happens in the mainstream universe, it's more like Marvels Alternate universe....

djones520
08-03-2011, 04:12 PM
Is there anything wrong with that?

CueSi
08-03-2011, 04:33 PM
They do this all the time. They mess with a character, the fans riot online, they change it back. Just like when Superman renounced his citizenship. They'll shunt this Spider-Man off to another universe/timeline when it's apparent the fans don't want it.

~QC

Bailey
08-03-2011, 04:38 PM
Is there anything wrong with that?

Yes there is something wrong with it.

fettpett
08-03-2011, 04:49 PM
They do this all the time. They mess with a character, the fans riot online, they change it back. Just like when Superman renounced his citizenship. They'll shunt this Spider-Man off to another universe/timeline when it's apparent the fans don't want it.

~QC

uh....



New Yorkers take their fictional heroes seriously, so it may come as a shock to some that Peter Parker, the Queens native whose destiny was forever altered by a radioactive/genetically altered spider, has been killed off in the “Ultimates” imprint of Marvel Comics. The Ultimate series is different from Marvel’s standard line, in which Peter Parker is still happily toiling away as everybody’s favorite hard-luck hero.


Ultimate's already IS an Alternate timeline, this is NOT the main Marvel timeline

CueSi
08-03-2011, 11:48 PM
uh....



Ultimate's already IS an Alternate timeline, this is NOT the main Marvel timeline

I misread. So it ALREADY doesn't count. Next issue. So much for my attempt to prevent this then.:DDsmilie_panic:

~QC

The Night Owl
08-04-2011, 09:43 AM
This F#$king shit has gone on to far, I hope they kill off a black charactar and replace it with a white person. ( I wont hold my breath) :mad:

So write the Spiderman story you want to write and submit it to Marvel Comics. That's how it works.

Bailey
08-04-2011, 10:18 AM
So write the Spiderman story you want to write and submit it to Marvel Comics. That's how it works.

I would write a story where the gay spider man would get boot stomped, that would be a good story.

nightflight
08-04-2011, 12:17 PM
I don't want to know where he gets his sticky web from.

Odysseus
08-04-2011, 04:12 PM
When the decision was made to turn Superman over to John Byrne, Alan Moore was given the chance to write the last issues of Superman and Action under the old editorial team. He started his story with the phrase, "This is an imaginary story. But then, aren't they all?"

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go recharge my ring. :D