Week 5 Final story (The Amazing Super/Spider-Man)


As far back as 2011, reports have been coming in of a sometimes masked others not, vigilante preventing crimes around our city. The first known report was submitted by an elderly women who told officers that she noticed man in her yard attempting to steal her show Pugs (dogs). She claimed that a boy flew in from the sky, knocked the thief down and tied him to the tree nice and tight, to wait for the police to arrive. The reports and stories similar to this one have been coming in on a consistent basis. Pleased residents of our town have been voicing their praise for the heroic efforts this boy has shown to keep our city safe. On the other hand the mayor and Chief of police have been known to voice their skepticism on the overall good that civilian vigilantism brings our town. Last year the Police Chief Tim Vasquez said that civilians only place themselves and others in danger when they attempt to bring people who commit crimes to justice.  None the less the boys efforts have been noticed and praised. The name given to him by some of the first beneficiaries of his heroism in Super/Spider-Man.

Down wind at the Disney movie studios, they took an interest in these articles and stories. Trying to keep up with the Marvel comic series of superheros (The Avengers, X-men, etc.). they purchased the rights to Super/Spider-Man’s story. The Super/Spider-Man, donated all proceeds from that financial windfall to the Texas Rangers Baseball team, in an effort they would spend it on an actual big league Catcher. They are making the hero their new star in their latest superhero movie. With an overall budget already set at 150 millions dollars, they (Disney) are not shying away from attempting to make this the best super-hero movie ever made.

In between acting and saving lives in the evening, LJ Galvan II has not had the time to do the routine pre-release talk show circuit rounds, to promote the film. But Disney’s marketing Director has taken the challenge on personally to pick up the slack, and he does not anticipate anything less than sold out crowds at every theater across the country on opening night.




Movie press release




LJ Galvan movie







Assignment 2 create: Probably 2 stars tops.

Step 1: Think of something (a story) that if you read in the paper would make you laugh.

Step 2: Using whatever resources you have at your disposal, create a template for a newspaper.

Step 3: Write a up a story that would make you and others laugh, it could be an inside joke that only a handful of your ds106 friends would get, or a slice of your sense of humor. Anything and everything is acceptable.

Step 4: Publish, so we could all enjoy your work. (The first newspaper story is my submission).