The Web Slinger Returns

The Amazing Spider-Man 2As I mentioned in my post yesterday, when it comes to comic books, I am a fan of everything Marvel. When it comes to comic book movies, I have been let down more times than I can count: Spider-Man 2 & 3, X-Men 2, 3, 4, … shit, all of them after the first one. So when Marvel started doing the movies themselves, I was pleasantly surprised with Iron Man (all three of them), Captain America, Thor and the Avengers. When Sony Pictures decided to reboot the Spider-Man franchise, I immediately thought “Why?!?!?!” It wasn’t like they had a good track record, so why not give the rights back to Marvel and allow them to do it right? Then, much to my surprise, The Amazing Spider-Man exceeded my expectations.

Now Sony has released the teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (below). Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker) and Emma Stone (Gwen Stacy) reprise their roles in director Marc Webb’s sequel. This time around, Spidey must face Electro (Jamie Foxx) in battle to protect New York.

After watching the teaser, I’ve gotta say, this is the Spider-Man movie nerds have been waiting for. This movie looks to be spot on with Ultimate Spider-Man, which can only be a good thing. I seriously got goosebumps watching this. If you watch close, you’ll see hints of Vulture, Rhino (Paul Giamatti) and Doc Ock — the Sinister 6 is coming (Sony has confirmed TASM 3 will be released June 2016 and TASM 4 released May 2018)!! Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn / Green Goblin is a perfect casting call. My only real complaint is Rhino looked more like a cheap Transformer knock-off, remember the Gobots? Watch the trailer and leave your thoughts below.

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   I am 43-years-old, a hemophiliac, the co-founder of GamersRevenge.com, a blogger at TheCli3nt.com, part-time YouTuber (Geek Out! videocast) and Twitch streamer.
   I'm an old-school gamer, having started playing video games back in 1977 on the Atari 2600 (even managed to place 6th in Jafco's Atari Pac-Man tournament in 1982). I first began abusing games shortly after my best friend introduced me to Quake. By the time Quake II was released, I was addicted.
   After being found, in May 2008, passed out in front of my computer with a mouse cord wrapped around my arm and over 100 flash drives scattered around my body, I sobered up. To help maintain my sobriety, I switched to single player console gaming.
   In my life outside of the Wasteland, yes, I do have one --- wait, that's a lie. I have my Xbox One, Plex media server, high-speed internet, and Dax the Magnificent (my furry four-legged child).

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