Goodwill said:I think E can have a sense of humor about something like that over someone littering in his message board, Captain. Lighten up a tad!
I don't want closure after he graduates high school. He would continue to be Spider-Man after that, so it really wouldn't have an ending... Also, I think there are more options to run through when Peter goes off to college anyway.
TheManWithoutFear said:I don't think it's fair to say x number of issues = years. If Bendis ever wakes up and realizes we don't want whiney young Peter anymore he has the creative right to just begin an arc that starts a year after the last. I wouldn't complain.
yes it has felt like more than 9 months and I was quite ticked off to see that it was only 9 in the beginning of the Hobgoblin arc (an Omen perhaps?) How am I supposed to buy a story where something exciting happens everyday in Peter's life... cmon...The Captain said:i respect that.....but you gotta admit, the whole run has felt like more than just 9 months...im still kinda cheesed off that all of this has happened and yet a full 12 months hasnt passed. One thing is expected though...a prom for midtown high...dont rule it out
I'm of mixed views on that matter. Never heard Joe or Brian say such thing, though I wouldn't be surprised. But what is certain is that Steve Ditko himself would concur. He's frequently (in the like two interviews he's ever given in his entire freaking life) stated that Peter growing up was a big mistake, and that he should've remained a teenager forever.UltimateE said:I dunno, but didn't Bendis say the biggest mistake they made with Amazing (which Joe Q agreed with) was having Peter leave high school? That tells me he'll stay pretty close to the age he is now for a while...
ourchair said:But what is certain is that Steve Ditko himself would concur. He's frequently (in the like two interviews he's ever given in his entire freaking life) stated that Peter growing up was a big mistake, and that he should've remained a teenager forever.