When I say openly as I have so many times on SciFiHistory.Net that I'm just not a Marvel guy, that doesn't mean I wish the Mouse House or Marvel Entertainment or any of their projects to languish or never be seen. I've always said much to the contrary, in fact: I wish every genre project could do as well as Marvel's that way we'd only be getting more, more, and more. Walt Disney and Marvel have the money to put some serious energy in to their films and series; and while I'm not convinced that'll always be the case -- nor do I think it's been great for the overall film industry -- I'd never wish failure on anyone, anything, or any franchise.
Just because it ain't for me doesn't mean I hate it. I hate nothing ... except having to show up in the space each time a Marvel film reaches a benchmark so that I can give it suitable props.
In that regard, CONGRATULATIONS to Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) for dethroning James Cameron's Avatar at the top of the box office list. Think what any of us will about any film: you have to have serious magic at your command to do that, and it's no small feat for a franchise film to sling webs at the stars.
Kids, money isn't everything ... but it speaks every possible language in corners controlled by Hollywood. Look for more Spidey films in the years ahead as his future is most decidedly bright.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!