Just a few days after its release, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" is already a big hit. According to fans and reviews, this Spider-Man movie is the best to date. That said, the best way to further explore Spider-Man's story is to have a TV Series -- and, according to Movie Pilot, it is possible.

Other superheroes such as Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man have their own stories. There are also teams like The Avengers, the X-Men, and the Guardians of the Galaxy. For a superhero like Spidey, his story is limited. Also, any future films involving the wall-crawler likely won't be able to delve deeply into his comic book storylines.

Spider-Man's story in the comic book is all about his trials. This also involves balancing his personal life as well as his tasks as a superhero.

Exploring the key characters

Some of the key reason for the long stories in "Spider-Man" is his relationships with the other characters of the story. The important characters who influenced the life of Peter Parker were blurred in the movie picture. This involves his Aunt May, his friends, his classmates, as well as the staffs of the Daily Bugle. In the "Spider-Man" movies, the characters introduced were very limited.

One of these characters is Flash Thompson. Flash Thompson played a big role in Peter's life. He became a bully and a friend for him. However, this story was not explored in both series of the "Spider-Man" movies.

The same goes with Robbie Robertson, The Daily Bugle's editor-in-chief. He is a level-headed executive in the paper, which is the exact opposite of J. Jonah Jameson. Although he was showed for a few minutes in Raimi's movies, his character was never explored.

This also includes the death of Gwen Stacy. Instead of showing her death at the end of "The Amazing Spider-Man," there will be more weight how this death will impact Spidey's life if given a few episodes.

If the "Spider-Man" movie will be turned into a TV series, there will be more opportunity to explore these characters. Everyone will see how these relationships will develop and how Peter Parker will grow as a superhero.

The villains are more suited in the TV series

Some of the "Spider-Man" villains can have their own movies.

The stories of Green Goblin and even Doctor Octopus can be explored further if given a longer time of discussion. These villains require more than one movie so that their stories can be explored more. With some of them just coming out of the story immediately, there is no time to develop their characters.

The possibility of having a TV series is high. Especially since, as reported by Coming Soon, Disney XD has a spot for their own version of Spidey's story. When will the fans see the web slinger’s own TV series? Spiderman TV Series