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Date: 2009-01-26 01:54 am (UTC)
Why Spectacular Spider-Man?

I've avoided superhero cartoons -- where worldbuilding is concerned Marvel superhero cartoons need follow the Marvel universe, DC superhero cartoons need follow the DC universe. Same with characters: The heroes remain the heroes we know, the villains remains the villains we know, no?

As such I don't see how these can do the sort of worldbuilding or character evolution, that Gargoyles and Avatar did, where you have characters that you don't know which side they'll end up on, characters like e.g. Zuko or Macbeth.

And yes, I got Gargoyles: Clan-Building Volume One, from Amazon, some months back.
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