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#spider-man: into the spider-verse

Fandom(s): Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Crossover: no

Summary: Noir’s friend Julia ends up Miles’ dimension with him and is afraid that none of them will get home, finding comfort in a lovestruck cartoon pig.

Character(s): Spider-Ham, Julia (OC)

Pairing(s): one-sided Ham/Julia

A/N: Okay, so these two started off as a one-sided ship not long after I saw Into the Spider-Verse for the first time. I just love them together. Originally written 01/09/19.

Warnings: none

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Movie Tuesday is meeting tomorrow starting at 3:00 PM                                                                                

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider Man meets many different versions of himself when a gateway into the multiverse opens up.

The film runs 117 minutes and is rated PG.

For more information, please call 494-4454.

image c. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.

LOCATION: Parkway Branch                    

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Movie Tuesday is meeting on Tuesday March 17 starting at 3:00 PM                                                                                

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider Man meets many different versions of himself when a gateway into the multiverse opens up.

The film runs 117 minutes and is rated PG.

For more information, please call 494-4454.

image c. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.

LOCATION: Parkway Branch                    

mobilepubliclibraryteens
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Movie Tuesday is meeting on Tuesday March 17 starting at 3:00 PM                                                                                

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider Man meets many different versions of himself when a gateway into the multiverse opens up.

The film runs 117 minutes and is rated PG.

For more information, please call 494-4454.

image c. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.

LOCATION: Parkway Branch                    

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Another Pinoy pride! Wendell Dalit! He works as a visual development artist for Sony Pictures Animation. One of his notable works is the Academy Award® winner, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Wow! He talked about the process of creating a visual development including the importance of setting the mood of a certain scene through lighting. Again, a huge inspiration for us.

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Literally everything that’s good and interesting about Miles in Spider-verse is from the movie itself. Him being an artist and having an actual reason for not wanting to go to private school? Having a closer relationship with his uncle instead of his dad because he goes out of his way to foster his creativity? All that shit is from the movie and not the comics. People bitch about how MCU Peter stole from Miles comic material but not only are the things lifted on the more superficial side of things, the MCU taking from Miles story is the only reason we finally got an actual interesting version of Miles from Sony to begin with. They couldn’t rely on ganke and a different school setting. They had to push themselves to do better. For year Miles was just a less interesting Peter who happened to be black/latino and there was nothing actually unique or interesting about him. The MCU being lazy actively made Miles better because the movies and comics now function as a feedback loop and we’ll get better Miles in the comics too.

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I got my March comics in the mail this past weekend.  Here’s the rundown:

1. Amazing Spider-man #41 and #42, Miles Morales: Spider-man #16, Ghost Spider #8, Symbiote Spider-man: Alien Reality #4, Amazing Mary Jane #6, Gwen Stacy #2, Spider-verse #6
2. Avengers #32
3. Captain America #20
4. Iron Man 2020 #3
5. Daredevil #19
6. Fantastic Four #20
7. Black Panther #22, Black Panther And The Agents Of Wakanda #7
8. Marvels X #3
9. Quantum & Woody #3

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