People who’ve read my site know I love myself some multi-layered, sympathetic bad guys. So I thought I’d list 10 of my favorites over at comicbook.com. These are the bad guys that aren’t totally bad. Maybe they’re misunderstood, or maybe they have some reasons for their madness. Either way,
I feel like I’ve been saying this a bunch lately so apologies for the redundancy, but I probably would have quit writing Chasing Amazing years ago if I didn’t get the sense that there was a passionate readership out there that was actually engaged in this Quixotian “quest” of
I’m going to end Chasing Amazing’s “One Month,” with what is arguably one of the most important Spider-Man No. 1 issues (at least on a personal level) released in my lifetime, the “adjective-less” Spider-Man #1, which was written and illustrated by industry superstar Todd McFarlane. Keep in mind, when
For a comprehensive gallery of all of the images featured on Chasing Amazing, along with other cool visuals I stumble upon while surfing the internet, be sure to follow my Pinterest page. Here are some visuals from my Giuseppe Camuncoli Spider-Man Art gallery, which are all images illustrated by Camuncoli in
As I mentioned in my last post, I’m woefully behind in talking about Marvel’s most recent Spider-Man-relevant content, so in an effort to get back on track, I’m going to to attempt to get some posts out in rapid-fire succession over the next week or so, starting with my
Putting aside the absolute co-inky-dink that Marvel would choose to spotlight the Lizard in an Amazing Spider-Man story-arc at the same time that a brand-new Spider-Man movie featuring the Lizard was in theaters (which I still haven’t seen yet, unfortunately), I was actually looking forward to the “No Turning
I know I’m milking this “who’s the Spider-Man’s greatest villain” debate for all its worth, but I’m going to dedicate at least one more post to it because I believe last week’s rant regarding Green Goblin vs. Doctor Octopus elicited some really interesting reader comments and while re-reading J.
As someone who first got hot and heavy into the collector’s end of comic books towards the peak of what is now dubbed the “speculator boom” of the 1990s, I’ve been thoroughly entertained by a regular feature at Bleeding Cool: “My Monthly Curse,” by Phil Hall, a former comic