Monthly Archive:: December 2011
Chasing Amazing is looking at Mark’s favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers this week. Today, we look at choices #4 and #3.
Chasing Amazing is looking at Mark’s favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers this week. Today, we look at choices #6 and #5.
Chasing Amazing is looking at Mark’s favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers this week. Today, we look at choices #8 and #7.
With inspiration from one of my favorite comic book blogs on the interwebs, Comics Should Be Good, I thought we’d spend the week celebrating some of our favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers. Actually, I shouldn’t make this sound so inclusive. This list is exclusively my favorites. Let’s start with some
Most collectors going for a full run of Amazing Spider-Man will probably identify ASM #28 as the bane of their existence. Not because it’s a particularly hard to find issue, or even all that expensive (relative to earlier issues of the series, of course). They’re probably cursing that issue
I took a class in college where a point of discussion was how different interpretations of the Bible’s New Testament featured a different person discovering Jesus after he was resurrected. The more traditional interpretations had it that one of the Apostles was the first to see Jesus, while other
For the past few months, I haven’t been shy about the fact that I’m not a big fan of Spider-Man moonlighting with so many other superhero teams, such as the Future Foundation and The Avengers. While I’ve made the argument that it goes against the core tenants of the
Since I’ve been pouring on the love for Peter and Mary Jane the past two weeks, I thought I would bring this nostalgic chatter to a temporary hiatus by remembering ASM’s 21st annual issue. Of course I reserve the right to talk about Mary Jane and Peter again, any
I think it’s tough for anyone to admit to a mistake, especially one that was made despite (or some believe in spite) a lot of howling, pouting and foot-stomping from long-time fans. So I’m apt to give credit for when a mistake is rectified, especially when it’s done in