Animator Greg Wiseman has had a long string of animated series that have pleased fans but have always seemed to be cut short due to other factors. He was forced off Disney’s Gargoyles and saw his Spectacular Spider-Man cut short due to the Spider-rights going to Disney.
Then there was Young Justice, an animated series set in the DC universe about a team of superhero sidekicks going on covert missions for the Justice League.
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When I was 17, I drank some very good beer. I drank some very good beer I purchased with a fake ID. My name was Brian McGee. I stayed up listening to Queen. When I was 17.
During my 17th year Marvel also launched their new universe that was set 107 years in the future. Featuring alternate or future versions of characters such as Spider-Man, Punisher, Doom, X-Men, Fantastic Four and some new characters like Ravage, the year 2099 would become synonymous with Marvel.
The breakout character of the bunch had to be Miguel O’Hara, 2099’s new incarnation of Spider-Man. Spidey had a new kickass suit designed by Rick Leonardi and prolific comic book writer Peter David was on board to flush out Miguel’s story. The title proved so popular that Spider-Man 2099 #1 is still the highest selling comic book written by Mr. David.
While the line would eventually peter off, Spidey maintained his popularity and is now back as a mainstay in the Marvel Universe of the present. After the cut, a spoiler-free look at how this is working out for Miquel in the All-New, All-Different Marvel.
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