Superhero films have been on a huge boom the past several years, igniting the geek flames with Iron Man and spreading like wildfire up to the The Avengers. Iron Man, the Hulk, Captain America, and Thor all had their time to shine with their own films. And all the attention was focused squarely on them, with the exception of Batman, who had his own running from 2008 to 2012 within that time frame where Marvel dished out their properties while DC played coy. Even then, Marvel played within the realm of true comic book flair, allowing other properties that belonged to separate studios to be brought forth on the silver screen. Sony, one of the powers that be, made the executive decision to bring new life into the Spider-Man franchise with a reboot known simply as The Amazing Spider-Man (2012). With the members of the Avengers already on an uphill sprint, other Marvel heroes like Spider-Man weren't left behind per-say, just carrying extra baggage while the real superstars towed the line. Kind of the like the waterboy trying to meet the pace with the other athletes to keep them ready for the big game. And at that game, nobody really notices the waterboy, only the athletes doing what they do best: bring the attention to them and get the crowd behind them. In 2012 that waterboy, The Amazing Spider-Man, had its success and its praise and even its fair share of criticisms. But regardless, it kept up with the athletes of the Avengers team, even if Spider-Man was never really a part of that team to begin with. But he showed his stature and his commitment to the cause. And because of that commitment and success, Sony green-lighted a sequel for 2014 with the working title of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 It is obvious that some people have harsh words to say about The Amazing-Spider Man that they rather prefer Sam Raimi's version of the web-slinger over Marc Webb's re-imagined version. But there are those that defend Webb's vision of Spider Man, forsaking what the naysayers believe and standing idly behind the newly reborn Spider Man. I happen to be one of the defendants, for I hold The Amazing Spider-Man at such high praise. It's exactly what Spider Man should have been and should be in the first place. We got the origin that we all deserved with a darker tone and defined moral compass. And for the sequel, events are stacking up for what could be Peter Parker/Spider-Man's definitive moment to shine in this new generation. This article states the ten reasons why The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will live up to the expectations everyone has for it. Some already look at it as an overcrowded film with too much going on and too many villains, but that might just be the opposite of the real deal. Because if there's anything I've learned from Marc Webb, it's that he manages to measure his time into a project to where it wraps up in just the way he wants it and the way the fans want it; that's how The Amazing Spider-Man worked as well as it did, by leaving unanswered questions in the dust and saving them for the next roundabout trip. And this special trip has ten solid reasons why everyone should be pumped up and excited for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.