“I think of it as the ground floor,” Watts says. “If the Avengers Tower is the penthouse and we know what it’s like to be a millionaire, billionaire playboy to be Tony or we know what it’s like to be a God on another planet, that’s the penthouse level of the MCU. Spider-Man is the ground floor. What does a high school in the MCU look like? What does riding the subway in the MCU feel like? Spider-Man seems like the most perfect opportunity because he’s the most regular person in the canon that I thought he was a great chance to show what that angle of the MCU feels like.”  [x]

The question is not “Will the Disney Channel renew GMW?” because of course they want to. It’s huge popularity means big MONEY for the company. Enough said.

The question we need to ask ourselves is “Does Michael Jacobs and the cast think its worth it to continue dealing with the horrible side of the fandom?”

That’s why I think appreciation campaigns are such a good idea. The loudest voices are usually the angriest ones. We could change that.