Atop the Fourth Wall: Season 5, Episode 31

Spider-Man: One More Day - 200th Episode (30 Jul. 2012)

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Guest stars galore pop up as Linkara celebrates his 200th episode by reviewing the one comic he swore he would never review: The infamous Spider-Man comic "One More Day."



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Episode credited cast:
Lewis Lovhaug ...
Bennett White ...
Brian Heinz ...
Cloak #1
Dave Myers ...
Allison Pregler ...
Phelan Porteous ...
Leo Thompson ...
Loren Lovhaug ...
Linkara Prime (as L. Lovhaug)
Brad Jones ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Sonnenburg ...
S.F. Debris (voice)


To celebrate his 200th episode, Linkara rants and raves and flat out excavates the one comic book he hates most of all. Occasionally, his friends keep interrupting him by trying to buy his soul in exchange for eradicating the comic once and for all. Written by Anonymous

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Not counting the live shows and crossovers, this is the official 200th episode of Atop the Fourth Wall. See more »


Linkara: Allow me to share a revelation I've just had. For all of his bluster about "with great power comes great responsibility," Peter Parker is one of the most irresponsible superheroes ever. He never learns from his mistakes, never takes into consideration how his life as Spider-Man affects everybody else. Now some would say that's the core concept of the character, the constant struggle between the mask and the man. But he never actually gives any consideration to the man, preferring to make ...
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