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I think it's awesome and might help some kids understand better what their parents are going through. Comic books have always been a reflection of our society and I'm glad they are tackling this.


If they spin it so that the kids learn about what things their parents may be going through, it would be great. But I'm wondering if their target audience is that young. There are a lot of older readers, I would imagine, who have grown up with Spiderman and are probably still reading it.

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