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The industry has been playing catch-up ever since. Ditko and later John Romita, what they created was pure magic. Peter Parker was the Harry Potter of my generation. We cared about what food he ate, the clothes he wore and whether he could pay the rent as much as we cared about whether he would survive the latest encounter with Dr.
Octopus or Green Goblin. Stan would often talk of Shakespeare and explain how comics represented a form of literature equally important to kids as classic plays and sonnets. How many others can say the same? Thank you for pushing the boundaries of my youthful learning, Stan. Those hard-fought battles with educators and libraries to carry the Marvel collections yielded countless dividends. As a child obsessed with all things Marvel, I sat on the edge of my seat as the cartoons and live-action television series started to dominate the air waves.
Saturday mornings were filled with Marvel superheroes: To my young eyes, it was an absolute thrill seeing my favorite character leap from page to screen. It was appointment television for everyone my age.
Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno were immortalized by that show. I see it on the convention circuit as men my age melt over Lou and pour out their affections over their childhood memories of the series. You see, having conquered the world of publishing, he was not content to simply tower over the comic book industry from his office high above Manhattan. Within a relatively short period of time, those fruits came to bear. No matter the benchmark, Stan was never satisfied.
There was always another mountain to scale, another territory to conquer.
He was tireless in his efforts. My first encounter with Stan came at a convention in Los Angeles in the lates. He was more generous and kind than anyone in his position had any reason to be. We did a panel together and he welcomed me as a peer. I was overwhelmed by his charisma and charm. It was the highlight of my career at that point. We watched him cut loose sharing tales of his storied career in publishing and entertainment. If only we realized then how fortune would more than favor Stan down the line.
It would take only a decade or so to pull even and, some would say, surpass Mr. As teenagers, they have never known anything other than a culture dominated by Marvel Comics. A Marvel fan has grown up watching the stories I grew up with, transformed and enhanced with technological storytelling my generation could only have dreamed of.
The films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are indeed spectacular, but they come from a very specific playbook written and orchestrated by Stan Lee.
The audience also includes 20 and 30 somethings who never grew up and mentally they are still a 12 year old video gaming American boy.
I also have a sick, and twisted sense of humour. Odd though, as while it resembles a cliched plot and weak villain story line, it some how gets a pass for being the embodiment of reddit; meta af.
I didn't like it in all honesty, even though I could tell it was targeted directly at someone of my age and gender.
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My knees are getting soggy Re: The demographic that rates it highest is "Females under 18". Most Demographics rate this 7. I find this a little surprising. But only a little. Yeah, all of them. Which is one of the lowest totals. So yeah, the few of them that saw it really liked it.
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But if they were the "target audience" then why didn't more "females under 18" see the film? Over "males under 18" rated the film and they gave it an 8. That's a good guess, but there is more to the world than your little bubble. Well, the actual IMDB ratings disagree with you. And for the age rage you mentioned Males Aged - gave it an 8. But it was marketed towards men. I will admit that I was surprised that the women who did watch this seemed to really enjoy it as well.
I thought the world didn't exist before I was born! In one small way I made the internet better today. People of all kinds have clearly enjoyed this movie. Don't be a dick. Which, speaking as someone who is right in the middle of that target audience, they did a very good job of meeting.