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Spider-Man

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Petition to Marvel Comics, C.B. Cebulski

Please undo One More Day and bring back Spider-Man's marriage to Mary Jane

In 2007, the four-part story "One More Day" in the Spider-Man comics saw Peter (Spider-Man) Parker and Mary Jane Watson-Parker give up their marriage and have it erased from existence in order to save the life of Peter's dying aunt, May Parker. Since then, the Spider-Man comics have had several changes, such as new love interests for both characters and Mary Jane has since been working with Tony Stark in the monthly Iron Man comic series.  There are a majority of fans who hate that their marriage was erased to begin with and wish to see it return. While Marvel released a five-issue "Secret Wars" tie in starting in June 2015 called "The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows", which saw Peter and Mary Jane's marriage never undone and they have a daughter named Annie, we, the fans, hope to see the marriage return in the classic, original, 616 Marvel Universe as it was before the Mephisto deal, though with Peter's secret identity not public knowledge. The success of "Renew Your Vows", which was the second best-selling comic in June 2015, shows that Spider-Man fans still want to see Peter and Mary Jane's marriage restored permanently into continuity.  However, the current "Renew Your Vows" comic is rumored to be cancelled in the fall of 2018, so fans of the marriage may not have a comic to read and buy with Peter and Mary Jane married for much longer.  While Marvel has recently had Peter and Mary Jane start dating again as of "The Amazing Spider-Man", vol. 5, #1, we, the fans, would like to see Marvel to finally undo "One More Day" and to permanently restore Spider-Man's marriage to Mary Jane back into continuity in the monthly comics.

Stuart Green
259 supporters
Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to SONY, Sony Pictures Animation, Marvel Entertainment

Bring back previous Spider-Man actors for the Into The Spider-Verse sequel

In December 2018, Sony Pictures Animation released the film "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse", which had Miles Morales/Spider-Man meet with other spider-powered superheroes from alternate realities, including Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Spider-Ham and alternate versions of Peter Parker/Spider-Man.  While the film has an impressive list of celebrity guest voices, such as Hailee Steinfeld as Spider-Woman and Nicolas Cage as Spider-Man Noir, none of the alternate Peter Parkers are voiced by any previous Spider-Man actors in film or television.  With so many talented actors to choice from, we would like to see the Into The Spider-Verse sequel include any of the following actors as alternate reality Spider-Men: - Nicholas Hammond, who starred in the live-action 1970s "Spider-Man" television series - Christopher Daniel Barnes, who was the voice of Spider-Man for five seasons on the Fox Kids network's "Spider-Man" animated series and various TV commercials - Rino Romano, who provided the voice of Spider-Man for the short-lived "Spider-Man Unlimited" animated series and the two Neversoft "Spider-Man" games - Tobey Maguire, who portrayed Spider-Man in the original "Spider-Man" film trilogy by Sony from 2002 to 2007 - Neil Patrick Harris, who provided the voice of Spider-Man for the 2003 "Spider-Man" computer-animated series on MTV and the voice of Spider-Man in the "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" video game - Josh Keaton, who provided the voice of Spider-Man on the Kids WB network's "The Spectacular Spider-Man" animated series and the video game "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" - Andrew Garfield, who played Spider-Man in Sony's two "The Amazing Spider-Man" movies directed by Marc Webb - Tom Holland, who currently plays Spider-Man in the films made by Marvel Studios, who made his debut in the film "Captain America: Civil War" Whether they could voice any alternate reality versions of Peter Parker/Spider-Man or provide the voice of other spider-powered heroes, such as Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099, we, the fans, feel it would be fun for Sony to bring back previous Spider-Man actors to be involved with the sequel.

Stuart Green
329 supporters