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Spider-Man: One More Day - 200th Episode 

Not Rated | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Episode aired 30 July 2012
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 ...
Bennett the Sage / The Devil
Brian Heinz ...
Cloak #1
Dave Myers ...
Allison Pregler ...
Obscurus Lupa
Leo Thompson ...
That Sci-fi Guy
Loren Lovhaug ...
Linkara Prime (as L. Lovhaug)
Brad Jones ...
Cinema Snob
Ask That Guy
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 »


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The best Atop The Fourth Wall review I've seen so far
15 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

I am a casual watcher of Atop The Fourth Wall, I haven't seen that many episodes but by far and away the number one most memorable episode I have watched out of the handful I've seen so far is Linkara's review for what many consider to be the worst comic book storyline ever (or not, I don't follow press on comics) Spider-Man: One More Day.

In this a lot of people have only really criticized the ending of the book saying that Spider Man cutting a deal with Mephisto is probably the most unbelievable thing to happen in Marvel Universe continuity. Well Linkara goes into great detail about how this comic would be worth reviewing (or... you know, tearing a new one) regardless of cutting a deal with the devil or not.

Basically I have never read One More Day but this 70 minute long review has basically told me that I should avoid this comic like the plague. If you are unfamiliar with what it's like basically Spider-Man whines about getting Aunt May treatment for a bullet wound and for three issues that's basically it, no build up to why Peter's not read to let May die just "Oh it's all my fault". In the third issue he strangely visits alternate versions of himself which seems to do nothing to serve the story and anger people who read escapist fiction (Oh yeah! because superhero comics are realistic!) and then basically makes a deal with the devil to ret-con the marriage.

What I like about this review even more then well, it being convincing to not read this comic I like Linkara's suggesting on how this story would have worked better. It really works in that respect and I'm just hoping when I see more of his stuff he manages to do even more of that because I haven't really seen an internet reviewer that has really done this but instead more questions the plot holes and points out what he thinks is a problem with whatever it is he's reviewing.

So if you have enough internet left to watch a 70 minute review then this will certainly be a good choice (either that or Spoony's Ultima 9 review if you're a fan) and even though I went through what I saw in this review the whole way through it would still be worth looking at because Linkara does a better job of reviewing the comic then me talking about what I saw him review in the comic. It is worth it.

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