Debating Peter Parker versus Miles Morales in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

I’m honored to have been brought on board as a contributor to the new Gabatron.com podcast network! Brainchild of former radio producer Keith Conrad, Gabatron.com is chock-full of commentary on the world of pop culture, technology and politics.

My first foray into the world of on-demand digital audio is via the podcast Geek/CounterGeek where Keith and I debate/discuss opposing views on a particular geeky topic from comics, television and movies.

Our first edition of Geek/CounterGeek has us discussing the news of Sony Pictures signing a deal with Marvel Studios to bring Spider-Man tSpider-Men_Vol_1_2_Pichelli_Variant_Textlesso the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

Until now, Spider-Man was restricted from being a part of the MCU due to the licensing deal with Sony. This kept everyone’s favorite wall-crawler from appearing in Marvel Studio films like “The Avengers” or “Captain America.” Those restrictions are now gone, true believers!

But now that you can have Spidey appearing alongside Iron Man, Thor and the Black Widow, should Marvel bring in Peter Parker? Or should they go in a new direction with the “Ultimate Comics Spider-Man” in Miles Morales?

Keith and I discuss what going in either direction can entail; how Sony Pictures has flubbed with the Spider-Man franchise; and how the way Superman developed strange new powers in the Christopher Reeve films made no sense. (Of course I voiced my greater disdain for “Man of Steel” too.)

I also take a few playful shots at Damon Lindelof (LOST, Prometheus) for good measure. Please check it out and let me know what you think!

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