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HostessSpidey

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  • Bio GO! LEOPARDON! GO!

    You'll see me screwing around on the Marvel wiki, the Animanga wiki, or a random assortment of other wikis.

    You can call me Scooby, Spidey, or whatever. Just don't call me weird.

    If you ever want some Spidey or Deadpool recommendations, come to me.

    Current Mains:
    (Ssbu)
    Cloud
    Ryu
    Ness

    (Ssb4) (retired)
    Dark Pit
    Charizard
    Zero Suit Samus

    And always remember these wise words:
    "Gooey cheese!"
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  • Hello there. I see ur editing now too.

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  • Greg Weisman (the show's creator), admitted that he wrote Spider-Man like he was Jewish owing to 1) that being how Stan Lee wrote him back in the day and 2) being Jewish himself. He also says he was going to mention that Peter's mother was of Jewish background in that universe.

    Of course, this could be dismissed as not definitive enough. What do you think?

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    • Well, we usually take thing the creators have said as true, even if it wasn't directly mentioned within the media, like when a Spider-Person shows up in Spider-Geddon, and it's not blatantly obvious who they are. So, I'd say yes, just remember to explain it in the edit description.

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    • Fair enough.

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  • Please, whenever you upload a new image, be sure to follow these three simple steps:

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  • Hi, I'm an admin for the Marvel Database community. Welcome and thank you for your edit to Spider Army fight! Round 1!

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