>>125795256>Who do you cast to voice Gwen?
Samara Weaving. I would try to use her both in animated and live action form tho.>Who do you use from her cast?
Nobody except her family. I would leave the rest alone and just focus on them, building up some villains, maybe doing one crossover per season, etc.>How do you apply her powers or do you even sue them at all?
Scott Pilgrim Style. I feel that's the only way to get close to her meta powers in comic form. Still, I would try to go over the top and just add the series making process into the matter. >How do you approach an episode?
Start with a little introduction in live action with Gwen on her room, R.L.Stine style. Every episode is a mix of the slice of life and superhero genres, with tons of meta elements put into it. My first episodes would root around creating some new villains tho, just to add more substance into Gwenpool's character gallery. Eventually, all this conclusive episodes would build up into a bigger plot that can be exploided at the end of Season 01 or in Season 02, with a more big storyline that can encapsulate a whole season, instead of just one episode.>What unique things would you try to do?
Villains mostly. Maybe throw her family into the mix and just have them react and interact with the Comic Book World, which can open the possibility to dive into her mom or pop's life or childhood dreams, which eventually could go out of hand and Gwenpool would have to save them.
I dunno, there's so much to play with Gwenpool as a concept and so many possibilites...