In the recent “Spideymania” that has swept America, there are many people who are curious to know why they haven’t seen “The Amazing Spiderman” yet. In fact, many of them think that the film would have a new and younger audience with the appearance of the Marvel comic’s hero, Spiderman. But what exactly is it about Spiderman that has generated such a big audience?
It is interesting to note that when it comes to movies, Marvel Comics is still ahead of everyone else when it comes to getting kids to love Spiderman, as it is the only comic book character that really captures the imaginations of children. So, here are a few reasons why you should look at this incredible comic book character from Marvel.
One of the biggest reasons why Spiderman continues to be a huge hit with kids is because it is so easy to relate to. It’s not very hard to connect with Peter Parker, his issues with getting his hands on the various gadgets that he needs to help him fight crime or his obsession with wanting to be Spiderman. It is easier for kids to relate to a hero who is kind, helps other people and wants to be better than he is.
In addition, there are a lot of different meanings that the Marvel version of Spiderman can bring up for the kids in your life. When they first see the spider logo, they are instantly connected to Peter Parker, the superhero, and they then associate Spiderman with all sorts of other things, including super villains and high school. They begin to understand what Spiderman’s original goal was. It becomes much easier for the kids to relate to the person on the side of the monitor in the comic books than they do to them being an actual real life person.
The comic books are full of clever puns and quips, which help the kids connect to the comic characters. Instead of just reading about someone who is always out doing good deeds, kids want to read about a hero who just wants to go to school and start learning. It is one thing to read about someone who has the ability to fly and punch an entire city with ease, but it is something entirely different to learn that they have a special mind that is a great scientist. Kids want to know how someone could do that.
One of the main reasons why Spiderman is so great is because of the fact that it is so easy to relate to. You might be reading a comic book about a black man who is trying to find justice and make a difference in the world. The reason why these comics are so popular is because they actually show a man who is willing to do whatever it takes to make the world a better place for those who are less fortunate.
What makes it even more appealing is that this version of Spiderman is not trying to change the world; he is just trying to do something that is right, which in the end makes it all the more interesting for the kids. No matter what their personal struggles are, they still want to believe that there is hope in the world for all of those who are less fortunate. It is that sense of optimism that appeals to kids.
Another reason why kids relate to Spiderman is because of the overall positive attitude that he has. Kids want to be able to relate to someone who is nice, who wants to help others and not because of some huge ego. It is not often that we get to see someone who is so kind that they have to use a bit of force to get the results that they want.