I’m as big of a fan of satire as it gets, yet I have to sheepishly admit that I really don’t know whether or the not the involvement of Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham (as he’s commonly known) in the upcoming “Spider-Verse” event is something to be excited about.
Across the Spider-Verse Archive
I figured I’d be one and done with discussing multiverse versions of Spider-Man that were featured in various What If? issues after I made my first “Across the Spider-Verse” post about What If? #1 a few weeks back. However, given the amount of face time “Assassin Spider-Man” (from the
It’s hard to believe that another few months have passed and it’s time for another installment of the greatest assembly of comic book blogging talent on the internet – the Super Blog Team-Up! In this volume, we super bloggers are teaming up to write about team-ups, whether they be
I have a confession to make that is bound to make me a pariah of the Spider-Man internet community (a community, which depending on the day of the week and the message board you’re reading, has a bunch of pariahs already). I can count on one finger the number
The original Spider-Man Noir miniseries is one of those books that sounds like an interesting concept on paper, but ultimately falls short in its execution. And yet, in my three-plus years of blogging, I’ve talked/tweeted/interacted with a number of fans who absolutely adore this series. So, I guess I’ll
As I spend the next few months writing about comics the feature “alternative” versions of Spider-Man, I thought the best place to start this dialogue was with the very first issue of Marvel’s What If? Series from 1977. That’s because in many ways, What If? laid the entire foundation