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Subj: Old '90s Spider-Man comic question (OLD SPOILERS)
Posted: Sun Aug 29, 2021 at 10:16:54 pm EDT (Viewed 154 times)
I can't remember which issue number it was, but it was the series called "Spider-Man," originally-created by Todd McFarlane, which would later become "Peter Parker: Spider-Man."
Anyway, my question has to do with an issue where Spidey fought Electro. Electro started balling over having been picked on in school a lot as a kid, and Spidey tried to comfort him, saying he had the same problems. By the time the cops, or media, or both arrived, Electro was praising Spidey as being a really great guy. What happened the next time the two met? Was it treated like what they said never happened, or did something happen to make Electro not like Spidey again? I've been wondering about this for awhile.
Question I looked up on google: Will Ash Vs. Evil Dead be continued as a cartoon?
Online news article sample (from one of many):
After playing Evil Dead franchise hero Ash Williams on screen for around forty years, spanning three feature films and three seasons of the TV series Ash vs. Evil Dead, Bruce Campbell formally retired from the role, saying he’s not physically able to handle the action sequences any longer. But he is playing Ash again by delivering a vocal performance for the Evil Dead video game that’s going to be released next year – and while talking to OK Magazine he confirmed that he would also be willing to provide Ash’s voice if there were ever to be an animated Evil Dead series.
OK Magazine caught up with Campbell during the LA Comic Con earlier this month, and here’s what they had to say about the possibility of some animated Evil Dead:
"When asked if he would be interested in making an Evil Dead animated television series to alleviate the stress of fight scenes and stunts, the answer is a resounding yes. “I can do the voice,” he teases. Time for fans to cross their fingers and hope!"
So clearly there aren’t any plans for an Evil Dead animated series at this time, but if Campbell is interested in the idea he could make it happen; he holds the rights to the franchise, along with Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen talk about animated additions to the Evil Dead franchise. About fifteen years ago, I saw a lot of fans hoping the story to the Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash movie that the Evil Dead crew put the kibosh on would receive an animated adaptation. (The story did end up being told in the pages of a comic book.) There is such a hunger to get as much Ash as we can get while Bruce Campbell is still in this world, I can definitely see fans supporting the idea of an animated series. If we can’t get live action Ash, many of us would gladly take video game Ash and animated Ash in his place.
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