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Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
Something tells me that USM is getting more mature, and it was true.
I have watched Ultimate Spider-Man from season 1 to the final one, it was the best Marvel series I have seen so far. Season 1 & 2 was the crappiest, and super child-ish, with the worst jokes I have ever heard, but things just got a whole lot better, with no more "chibi" Spidey, and stupid jokes, USM has grown up, especially in season 4. It was nice to see this series has getting more mature by episode. "With great power, comes great responsibility", that is what Peter and Spidey are.
I know this show has come from a very long way, and I'm happy to see this show being matured. Great job, Marvel, you've outdone yourselves. Just hate that this show has ended.
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