: Meh. I don't think MK aspires or should aspire
: to be like Spider-Man. I think too much
: focus has been put on the character's
: actions in of themselves rather than his
: BELIEFS. See, I just don't think MK thinks
: hard criminals should get off as easy as say
: Spidey lets them off. That's a belief
: system, something embedded, he can choose to
: not be as brutal, but he still believes they
: shouldn't be simply handed over to the
: police, which will always affect how he
: deals out justice. It will be super shallow
: if Hurwitz just turns it into something
: completely ignoring MK's core feelings and
: values. Also, it seems like the readership
: and the writers tend to forget the MK was
: always most brutal with brutal criminals.
: Rapists, molesters, wife-beaters, people who
: really do prey on and hurt the innocent.
: That made it interesting and did make him
: admirable and a hero even if he did push a
: guy off a building. Instead it's like the
: consensus is now that he ran around slicing
: limbs off of shoplifters which is absurd. I
: want Hurwitz to go in deeper with those
: moral issues because adding a simplified
: sheen won't make them go away.
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