By Chase Magnett – July 8, 2019 10:27 am EDT Share 1 Comments 1 The release of Spider-Man: Far From Home (combined with a number of appearances in other Marvel Studios films) has established a solid framework for the third Spider-Man franchise released within the past 20 years. Comic book readers are very familiar with the notion of comparing different takes on Spider-Man dating as far back as comparisons between co-creator Steve Ditko and artist John Romita who delivered very different, but similarly essential, visions for the character during the 1960s. However, this sort of comparison is newer to modern audiences, who have only recently seen a stack of different Spider-Men (not to mention Batmen and Supermen). These sorts of comparisons aren’t simply a fun point of debate regarding which is your personal favorite, they also help provide a better understanding of different creative approaches to the same material, clarifying why we might like or dislike different versions and specific elements.Two of the three modern Spider-Man movie franchises stand out for being the most resonant, based on both their box office and critical response, making it easier to narrow this particular comparison to the series helmed by director Sam Raimi… Read full this story
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