This post was originally published October 13, 2011 In an unashamed show of hypocrisy, I’m transitioning from a post about pondering the possible benefits of a Peter Parker/Carlie Cooper long-term team-up to bemoaning the fact that in recent years, Marvel has seemingly shoehorned Spider-Man into every superhero supergroup possible.
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Since the great status quo switcheroo following the events of Amazing Spider-Man #700, to my surprise, Avenging Spider-Man has been the Spidey title that seemingly focuses the most on the development and characterization of the brand new Superior Spider-Man. While Dan Slott’s work on Superior seems to focus more
I haven’t written about this series in a long while and considering this is a Spider-Man site first and foremost, it’s with good reason. With so much of the title’s focus on multiple Reed Richards from different multiverses, and characters who rarely, if ever, make their way into the
A superhero comic is pointless without supervillains. They are the jelly to the hero’s peanut butter sandwich, the decanter that allows a fine red wine to breathe and evolve (though I wouldn’t recommend a fine red wine with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich). Spider-Man has always had his