Superior Spider-Man #9 was promoted by Marvel and the issue’s creative team as being filled with controversy. It also happens to be my favorite issue of this young series, and perhaps Dan Slott’s finest hour writing Spider-Man comics. I’ve honestly given up trying to figure out why there is
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Chasing Amazing is looking at Mark’s favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers this week. Today, we look at choices #4 and #3.
I’m concluding my run of “stand up and cheer moments” with what I hope will be an obvious choice – one of the most famous and iconic moments in Amazing Spider-Man history, and perhaps the visual that has best come to emblemize Spider-Man’s “it” factor that truly makes him
If I can sprinkle a bit of religion on the blog today – I remember being a young kid and learning about the “Seven Deadly Sins.” The idea of “lust” seemed a little creepy to me, and then Amazing Spider-Man #32 came into my life. For the longest time,
The haul: ASM #33 (Good/Very Good condition) ASM #48 (Good/Very Good condition) ASM #49 (Good/Very Good condition) Final Tally: 27 issues left for the complete run. I knocked three more back issues off my Spidey bucket list this month. Not too shabby, though I guess it’s a mild disappointment