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You reckon? I dunno, crux - I'm not a Spidey scholar but to me the 3D cover looks like a fairly iconic Spidey pose, which I guess is how Sony's trying to sell the reboot: you know, "Don't get upset about the tiny interim between remakes, fans, this is still Spidey." I think it works (more than the movie did, for me, anyhow); his pose captures the feeling of movement and the angle of the background suggests giddiness, vertigo, the feeling of webbing between buildings. Though I will say this: open your hand or tighten your fist, Spidey. Because your left just looks like it's giving the Invisible Man a handjob.Yeah on paper that may sound good, but it's a terrible pose with no weight or gravitas behind it. It's a boring image.
Lol. Kids these days. All about the ass. Then you'll be pleased to know John Barrowman's gay. He almost got the part of Will in Will & Grace but was passed over for "not being gay enough". So the part went to a straight man. That's network television for you.
I also could never take my eyes away from Jack Harkness's ass.