Learning to be Spider-Man

Learning to be Spider-Man

Part of a series on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. [View Related Entries]

Updated Feb 20, 2019 at 04:37PM EST by Brad.

Added Jan 03, 2019 at 02:59PM EST by Matt.

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Learning to be Spider-Man refers to a series of object-labeled image macro series based on a shot from the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.


On December 14th, 2018, the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was released in the United States.[1] In the film, the character Peter Parker mentors Miles Morales on how to be the superhero Spider-Man. Morales mimics Parker's every move, including putting his hand on his chin (shown below, left).

On January 2nd, 2019, Redditor [2] RoseBladePhantom posted an object-labeled screenshot from the scene, mocking the D.C. Extended Universe learning from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The post received more than 1,500 points (96% upvoted) and 25 comments (shown below, right).

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On January 3rd, 2019, Redditor[3] ThreadlessJon posted a variation in which Peter Parker is labeled "Phineas and Ferb" and Miles Morales is labeled "Elon Musk". The post received more than 23,000 points (96% upvoted) and 125 comments in 24 hours (shown below).

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Mr. Candles
Mr. Candles

in reply to Mace121

Sturgeon's Law dictates 90% of anything is probably going to be crap. This site, unfortunately, needs to catalogue 100%, not just the decent 10%.

It doesn't help that Twitter and the usual subreddits actively push people towards trying to manufacture the next big thing at the lowest effort possible, and enough hopeful karma/like-seekers to try and cash in on it to make sure it has a(n entirely fabricated) audience. Spotlight addiction is a bitch, and the lower the effort the worse it gets.

I'll end this essay no one asked for with the hopeful note something actually decent is bound to come by soon enough.


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