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Do you prefer Peter Parker as a teenager or an adult?

Do you prefer Peter Parker as a teenager or an adult?

Teenager

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Adult

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Teenager

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

Because teenagers usually struggle with their sense of identity and try to figure out who they want to be and i enjoy stories like that and thats where i like peter parker the most

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Sus Is sus
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Sus Is sus

Reading Spiderman as a teen he seems more relatable and you can feel what he goes through.

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Acer
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Acer

1st: it makes Peter more unique, all the other A-list heroes are adults. 2nd: having a teenage hero facing adult villains is more dramatic, the hero has 1 more disadvantage to overcome. 3rd: the relationship drama is more fun to follow

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Adult

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Hamza Boujelouah
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Hamza Boujelouah

I used to love teenage Peter Parker, but I find that most media aside from Spectacular and the Ultimate comics actually don't do it well. He's either in highschool too little, or he is instead treated like a little kid. Adult Peter just highlights the responsibility and stuggles of the everyman.

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Tomislav Kralj
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Tomislav Kralj

616 Teenager stories were his beginning, it was always a starting point that was unique for the time but the whole point of spiderman is his evolution and adulthood is where it's at, only time I liked a newer teenage Spidey was Ultimate, but that was a reimagining of the character so it makes sense

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Chewbaacca's Lover
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Chewbaacca's Lover

I mostly read him as a college student, 70s Spider Man is my Spider Man.

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

While there are definitely teenage Peters that I love (such as Ultimate and Spectacular), the peak age for Spider-Man is like the young adult years (as in TAS and the Raimi/Webb movies). IMO, what makes it the perfect age is the crossroads-y nature of it, as he could truly go one way or another.

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

Started reading superhero comics with JMS' Spider-Man, so adult Spider-Man is "my Spider-Man." Doesn't mean I dislike teenage Spider-Man and IMO it made sense for the MCU version to start with that.

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Joshua Russo
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Joshua Russo

In my opinion adulthood comes with more responsibility, and that's why it fits Peter, a hero all about responsibility better, also parenthood bring an extra level of responsibility too, that's why Peter should be an adult father

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Are you happy with the overall quality of the Marvel shows on Disney+ so far?

Are you happy with the overall quality of the Marvel shows on Disney+ so far?

Yes, they're fun and I'm invested

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No, I'm losing interest

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Yes, they're fun and I'm invested

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

They have their issues but they have done good stuff like being well produced with good visuals and cinematography than the movies and fleshing out characters who only had supporting roles in the films . I think they'll get better in the future once marvel starts getting the hang of it.

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Brady Jordan
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Brady Jordan

the best was moon knight, moon knight is now my favorite marvel character

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Gregor Tolyns
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Gregor Tolyns

WandaVision - was really interesting and trippy || FaWS - asked some very important questions || Loki - clever and creative || Hawkeye - Fun and cool || What If - all of the above depending on episode. Overall I love it.

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Alex007
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Alex007

The D+ shows are some of the best superhero content ever made.

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Joshua Russo
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Joshua Russo

Love them Loki and WandaVision were some of the most experimental and fantastic TV shows out there, Falcon was smart and really important, Hawkeye was fun and What If was both hilarious and really sad.

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Jeanette Johnson
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Jeanette Johnson

I wish for more seasons of moon knight not happening AND looking forward to echo from Hawkeye

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No, I'm losing interest

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Conner Nielsen
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Conner Nielsen

There’s a formula at play in these Disney+ shows, but it’s apparent Feige and co. aren’t as experienced with TV as they are with film. These feel like films that have been extended and awkwardly restructured for the TV miniseries format. They also feel disposable which betrays their “big” nature.

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Standard Tom
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Standard Tom

I think on the whole I've been more let down by the marvel shows than I have enjoyed them, and I don't think any have managed to stick the landing so far. At least, of the ones I've seen - I couldn't sit through all of What If? and we aren't done with Moon Knight yet. Hoping the last proves me wrong

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

WandaVision is okay, but net positive. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is terrible. Loki is not much better. Hawkeye is fine but middling. They have not given us a reason to be excited.

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What is the better Star Trek pilot? Encounter at Farpoint or Caretaker?

What is the better Star Trek pilot? Encounter at Farpoint or Caretaker?

Encounter at Farpoint (TNG)

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Caretaker (Voyager)

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Encounter at Farpoint (TNG)

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Caretaker (Voyager)

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