Spider-Man v. Morbius

We here at FSR know that you read other movie sites. We can smell them on you when you come home. By now, you’ve probably heard that Sam Raimi prostituted out his concept for Morbius – the living vampire-bat-human-hybrid – to be the main villain for the forthcoming Spider-Man 4.

We’re guessing that you either jumped up in the air with excitement, cursed the Movie Gods, wondered why the hell Raimi would do something like that, or wondered who the hell Morbius is. Or, if you’re schizophrenic, all of the above.

For those who don’t know – Morbius is the vampire bat equivalent of Spider-man. He’s not exactly a vampire, but he has a lot of the same qualities of one. Think of him as Diet Vampire, which, since you asked, uses Splenda instead of real sugar.

For those of you already familiar with the character, we’re wondering what you’re thinking. And for those hearing it for the first time – how would you like to see Edward from Twilight face off against Your Friendly Neighborhood Webslinger?

What do you think? Is Splenda better than real sugar?


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