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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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What world would you more like to see The Matrix as the future of?

What world would you more like to see The Matrix as the future of?

Terminator

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Robocop

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Terminator

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How would you score Ghostbusters Afterlife out of 4 stars?

How would you score Ghostbusters Afterlife out of 4 stars?

1-2 stars

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3-4 stars

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1-2 stars

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3-4 stars

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