Joe Quesada On ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN
If you think Ultimate spider-man tv series will get more mature and adds more drama to the, stupidly portrayed character, then you are out of luck!
If you think Ultimate spider-man tv series will get more mature and adds more drama to the, stupidly portrayed character, then you are out of luck.
Premiered on April 1st, the ultimate spider-man Tv show was met with many mixed to negative reactions, especially among fans who felt the show is too juvenile and lacks drama.
However, many fans were hoping that due to the negative reception and reviews the show is getting, Marvel will change the tone of the show with the second season. Unfortunately this will not happen, in fact when asked, through twitter, about the possibility of a tone change and more drama added to the show, Joe Quesada, Marvel's chief executive officer, had this to say.
Fan's message: Any chance you fix ultimate spiderman cartoon? Fans are hating it. Plz fix it by season 2, make spidey solo, and better writing. I am huge marvel fan, but im disappointed by ultimate spidey show. too many jokes, inaccurate personalities, and bad writing, I am not attacking you Joe, i love your work, and im hoping as Marvel chief, you fix this mess of ultimate spider-man cartoon
Joe Quesada: Completely understand and respect your opinion, but the show is doing well and growing so I think we're on the right path.
So there you have it folks. If you were watching the show hoping that Spider-man will be taken more seriously and portrayed more accurately, then you might just want to drop the series right, because the tone will change anytime soon.
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