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On this week’s podcast, the gang talks about the brand-new trailer for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man that launched recently.  We go into detail about what we’re excited for and why we think this movie will be amazing.  I don’t think any of us thought we could be any more excited for this movie, but as it turns out, I may have been wrong.  When the trailer went live, coinciding with its release, a viral web site was launched called Mark of the Spider-Man. What is it? Well, no one really knows yet.

Does it have something to do with the graffiti seen in the movie? Is this site going to be a ticket for fans to get an early screening of the film? Who knows, but check back here for updates!

I’ve been staring at the web site for the better part of the afternoon because for some reason, it almost looks like there’s a grainy image on a couple of the snowy screens.  The bottom right one when you stare at it, almost seems to form words kind of like those hidden illusion images.  It’s entirely possible that I’m imagining it and it’s the static playing tricks on me, but have a look and tell us if you can see anything or if you have any thoughts about what’s going to happen with this viral site.

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Stephanie is [obviously] a comic book fan, but she also considers herself an avid gamer, movie watcher, lover of music, board games fan (although she doesn’t find nearly enough time for them…) and being snarky. Oh, and Twitter. Twitter’s a hobby, right? Stephanie is a purveyor of too many projects and outside of Talking Comics she’s done work for JoBlo.com, Agents of Geek, Word of the Nerd, C&G Magazine, Dork Shelf, Misfortune Cookie (her personal blog for words and pictures) and more. She wrote a story for the anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls (coming in October 2016 from Dark Horse) and she also runs Toronto Geek Trivia in her home city. She can be found helping out at other “geek” community things around there.

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