Why Spider-Man Belongs in the MCU

Why Spider-Man Belongs in the MCU

I will give reasons why Spider-Man Belongs in the MCU.

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By TheMarvelite - 11/21/2012
Reason #1: Spider-Man is the most popular Marvel character. In fact, he's the most popular superhero ever. He has been an Avenger himself in the comics. The logical choice would be to include him in the MCU.

Reason #2: There's been rumors of Sony Pictures going bankrupt by the end of the year. I'm sure that the deal between Disney and Sony would bring Sony lots of money. Sony Pictures and Disney reached an agreement to incorporate OsCorp Tower from the The Amazing Spider-Man into the climax of The Avengers, but the idea was eventually dropped because The Avengers's Manhattan skyline had already been rendered before the OsCorp building design had been completed. This proves that Disney and Sony were willing to work with each other.

Reason #3: Spider-Man logically belongs with Marvel. Sony does NOT give a shit about the character. All they care about is money. We need a proper Spider-Man movie done by Marvel/Disney. The failure of Ultimate Spider-Man does not prove that the same would happen in a live adaptation.

Reason #4: Spider-Man in The Avengers 2 would mean big cash for Marvel/Disney. At LEAST $2 Billion worldwide.

Leave your comments below, with your own opinions.
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Moakynubs - 11/21/2012, 12:30 PM
1) He's a Marvel character. You'd think that's the only reason anybody needs to have a Spider-Man movie at Marvel Studios, sadly, that's not the way of big business.
scarecrow007 - 11/21/2012, 12:30 PM
I think Avengers 2 is still a bit too early for Spider-man to show up. Maybe Avengers 3 or 4.
AgentSmith - 11/21/2012, 12:31 PM
Ummmm... yeah, well duh comes to mind.
Eduardo - 11/21/2012, 12:32 PM
Shouldn't this be in Editorials or something like that? It is not news.
spider1489 - 11/21/2012, 12:51 PM
2 BILLION?....... hmmmmmmmm high hopes there huh buddy ! lol but i do agree spidey does belong with marvel and in the mcu
TimL - 11/21/2012, 1:31 PM
I don't think Avengers 2 is too early since ASM2 comes out a year before Avengers 2 which would be more than enough to introduce him properly at the end (after credits scene or whatever).
superotherside - 11/21/2012, 2:23 PM
I say requel it like TIH if Marvel ever gets the rights to it.

Most reviews were mixed on it.
JediRob - 11/21/2012, 2:59 PM
Funsize - 11/21/2012, 5:02 PM
Spidey's not a top priority right now, but if he did revert back then cool. I wonder when ghost rider's reverting back so Marvel can have mephisto.
CorndogBurglar - 11/22/2012, 6:06 AM
Spidey belongs in the MCU, yes, but he shouldnt be in the Avengers.

I dont know why everyone just assumes that every MCU character should just automatically be an Avenger. Look at the comics. The Avengers and every other character are constantly doing things solo. Not everyone should be an Avenger
DrDoom - 11/22/2012, 8:59 AM

I know, right? Just because we want Spider-Man and other characters in the MCU doesn't mean we want them to be Avengers. Marvel is already showing by developing Guardians of the Galaxy that the MCU will quickly expand beyond the Avengers. Personally, I want Spider-Man to join The Defenders in a future movie.
zachman2013 - 11/23/2012, 8:46 PM
Pictures bro, and 2 billion is not guaranteed.
SomTingWong - 11/24/2012, 11:09 AM
Reason 2 is very logical.you guys need to red the other spider man mcu article.gives some other reasons
blackster - 11/24/2012, 10:34 PM
financially speaking, BattlinMurdock is right.

even if his article was dogshit.

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