New Spiderman Miles Morales
August 4, 2011 by Post Team
New Spiderman Miles Morales, Spider-Man just got a new alter ego, which marks a change of Marvel, said making “history of pop culture,” weeks after Peter Parker was killed in one of the prints of the publisher.
Morales kilometers, half black, half-Hispanic teenagers in New York, assumes the title and the work of web disrepute, crime-fighting superhero comics in the editorial “Ultimate Fallout” No. 4, which was launched Wednesday, August 3.
Parker, a white teenager, also from New York, was killed by his nemesis the superhero Green Goblin in a matter of “Ultimate Spider-Man” in June. The character of Spider-Man debuted in 1962.
“When the opportunity arose to create a new Spider-Man, we knew we had to be a character that represents the diversity – in training and experience – the XXI century,” said Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso in a statement posted on the website Marvel, on Tuesday.
“Miles is a character who not only continues the tradition of relatable characters like Peter Parker, but also demonstrates why it is a new and unique kind of Spider-Man – and worthy of the name,” he said.
I original Spider-Man alter lives on in other Marvel comics franchise.
Marvel said in a statement Tuesday that “the history of pop culture will be held tomorrow as FALLOUT Ultimate Comics # 4 shelves of success and introduces readers to the new Ultimate Spider-Man Comics That’s right, for the first time someone not Peter! Parker is Spider-Man! ”
The news comes more than a year after an online campaign was launched to get “the Community”, the actor Donald Glover, who is black, an audition for the role of Spider-Man in the 2012 film “The Amazing Spider-Man. ” He encouraged his Twitter followers to spread the word on the cause by hashtag “# donald4spiderman.”
The final part went to actor Andrew Garfield, who is Caucasian and appeared in the 2010 film “The Social Network”.
“Spider-Man” writer Brian Michael Bendis had said earlier that a new hero to replace Parker. He added that his decision to make Spider-Man alter ego again biracial push was done before Glover’s hearing was viral, the Associated Press.
However, the U.S. Today, said Glover Bendis is giving “credit a lot,” citing what he said the actor “looked great” in an episode of “community” that showed him wearing Spiderman pajamas.
“I saw him in the locker room and I said, I’d like to read this book,” he told the newspaper. “So I was glad I was writing this book.”
In 1992, he debuted the Marvel Spider-Man futuristic 2099. His alter ego was the geneticist Michael O’Hara, half Hispanic, half-Irish man who has powers similar to those of the original superhero. Most of the superheroes that have appeared on the big screen are white, including Superman, Batman, Iron Man, Daredevil, and most of the X-Men. However, in the “Ultimate” universe of comics, Iron Man is the alter ego of half Hispanic.
Large black and Hispanic superhero comics are Spider-Girl, Nick Fury and the echo of “The Avengers”, Blue DC Comics’ Beetle, the “Batman” villain Bane, the storm mutants and Darwin’s “X-Men” and Series Kyle Rayner and John Stewart, two of the Green Lanterns.
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