It would be if Disney was putting it out as a season set and not mangaling the series to create what I'm sure they'll call an "all new animated feature." Stupid Disney and their attempt to destroy all icons that they don't own. I'm sure this is all a cleaver ploy to discredit spidey as a good character so that they can swoop down and buy Marvel. They would then decide that Wolverine isn't kid friendly enough and give him his own animated movie where he becomes best friends with his mortal enemy (watch virtually and Disney animated or non-animated movie to see how often people that can't stand each other become best friends by the end of the show, makes me sick!) and decides that the life of a prince is more like him - becoming entirely socialized into the Disney standard of "Classic" storytelling.
Originally posted by David64ca
spider-man: animated series on DVD, that's cool.
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