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Kai_Mao said:
I think it helps because he has a young spirit that is still finding himself in the world while trying to keep his family and friends away from his superhero life, even if it fails at times.

I don't know about you guys but i'm one of the fans that prefer Peter Parker to grow as a person not stay in the same loop.

We've already seen the same events and plotlines that happened in Amazing Spider-Man and Home already done better in the Raimi trilogy. Just because the writers fucked up the comics storylines doesn't mean to movies have to keep it at high school years. Just like how they totally ignored the comics in the current movies in favor of SJW characters.

Peter doesn't have to turn into another Tony Stark or get married but grow as a person like he did in the Raimi films which is what's not happening in the current Spider-Man movies and probably never will based on fan attitude towards Peter, this is why Spider-Man fell of the throne meanwhile Logan became one of the best Marvel storylines of all time.