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New The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Teaser Art Poster

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"His Greatest Battle Begins (again)!" Featuring Spidey's backside with a striking New York City backdrop, Sony has released new teaser artwork for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. (Cinema, The Amazing Spider-Man 2)

Hergula  +   216d ago
Not a big fan of it, but I guess it works.
StarWarsFan  +   216d ago
It feels like it's lacking something somehow.
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just-joe  +   215d ago
I don't like the big empty space up top.
LukeLAD  +   211d ago
Hmm is it just me who thinks that the next Spiderman is being incredibly overhyped ?
aDDicteD  +   207d ago
the poster looks good in a certain perspective, spidey's costume looks at its best in all of the installments before, those lightning represents electro and the greatest battle reference of course is the sinister six as we all know, the emptiness is because of the mystery surrounding his future and his enemies that he cannot foresee.

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