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How the Amazing Spider-Man Should’ve Ended Animated Spoof

Do you agree with the way director Marc Webb and his screenwriting team ended The Amazing Spider-Man? For those who feel dissatisfied, the “How It Should Have Ended” (HISHE) YouTube web series has just released its latest animated spoof, How the Amazing Spider-Man Should’ve Ended.

We’ve embedded the entire spoof video above–what do you think? HISHE co-creators Daniel Baxter and Tina Alexander drew ideas from the 16,000 fan comments they received concerning this project. Perhaps the filmmakers behind The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will consult this video for the sequel.

Here’s more from the release: “The video features a special guest appearance by Stan Lee, the former publisher of Marvel Comics and co-creator of Spider-ManThe Incredible HulkX-MenFantastic FourIron Man and most recently the star of his very own YouTube channel, Stan Lee’s World of Heroes…’How The Amazing Spider-Man Should Have Ended’ launches at a time of accelerating growth for the HISHE franchise. The HISHE YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/HISHEdotcom, recently surpassed one million subscribers, putting them in the prestigious ‘Top 100 Most Subscribed’ of YouTube’s millions of channels.”

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