Hey folks, sorry I haven’t done a better job keeping you abreast of my new content on superiorspidertalk.com but I’m turning over a new leaf (maybe) and trying to be better. Patience!!! Anyway, as part of my look back at the very best Peter/Mary Jane stories of all time,
Monthly Archive:: June 2015
While Dan and I patiently wait for a new issue of Spider-Man, we still find ways to fill your podcast feed with our latest “Essential” issue episode of Amazing Spider-Talk. This time around, we’re chatting Spectacular Spider-Man #14 (vol. 2), aka, “Here There Be Monsters.” See for yourselves why
The most electrifying Spider-Man podcast on the world wide web is back in Amazing Spider-Talk. This time around, Dan Gvozden and I continue our discussion on our “essential” Spidey picks with “The Return of Venom” (Amazing Spider-Man #315-317) by David Michelinie and Todd McFarlane. Check out the podcast on
My countdown of the 10 greatest Peter Parker/Mary Jane stories continues on superiorspidertalk.com with my #9 choice, Spider-Man Fairy Tales #1. Read up on why I think this story is so underrated.
Starting today on superiorspidetalk.com, I’m starting to count down the 10 greatest Peter Parker/Mary Jane Watson stories of all time. We kick things off with #10, a look at 2009’s “Red-Headed Stranger.”
It might be the most controversial Spider-Man storyline ever, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t get a fair shake and a fresh read when the time is right. On superiorspidertalk.com, I go back to a time some would rather forget and actually find some nuggets of good storytelling in
Here it is folks, my debut review as part of the “all-new” (Marvel loves that phrase, right?) superiorspidertalk.com. Check out my thoughts on The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 by Dan Slott and Adam Kubert. Was it as controversial as everyone expected?