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The latest Fantastic Four movie might be a disaster of historic proportions, but that doesn’t mean I can’t use its release as an opportunity to revisit one of the best character dynamics in Spider-Man history. On SuperiorSpiderTalk.com, I’m counting down the greatest Spider-Man/F4 stories in history. And boy is
Over the past week I wrapped up my Greatest Peter Parker/Mary Jane stories countdown on superiorspidertalk.com. My final three selections included “Doomed Affairs” by J. Michael Straczynski and John Romita Jr.; “Confessions” by Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley; and “To Have and to Hold” by Matt Fraction and
Not just superheroes get origin stories. In my next installment of my favorite Peter/MJ stories on superiorspidertalk.com I highlight Amazing Spider-Man #259 by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz, aka the “origin” of Mary Jane Watson. A lot of you love MJ. Now find out some more about the issue
Who says that annuals don’t count (nobody but me!)? Next up on my countdown of greatest Peter/Mary Jane stories on superiorspidertalk.com is “The Wedding” issue of Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21. Read my insights on what might be the most controversial single issue of Spider-Man ever.
Coming in at #6 on my Greatest Peter and Mary Jane stories countdown on superiorspidertalk.com is the classic Gerry Conway/Alex Saviuk original graphic novel, The Amazing Spider-Man: Parallel Lives. Be sure to check out the link and the rest of my entries in this long-form countdown of great Spidey
It’s been a while since I’ve linked back over to superiorspidertalk.com where I’m counting down the greatest Peter/Mary Jane stories so consider this an apology. Coming in at #7 on the list, is Amazing Spider-Man #42-43, aka, the very first appearance of a certain redhead and her patented catchphrase.
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,
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.”
As some of you might already know, a few months ago, I reached a major milestone in my life with the purchase of Amazing Spider-Man #3. With that acquisition, I achieved my goal to own every ASM issue (Nos. 1-700). The “chase” in Chasing Amazing was effectively over. But