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
Greatest Peter Parker Mary Jane Watson Stories Archive
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.”