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Why Spider-Man is the Greatest Hero in Comics

I love Spider-Man. But, I need to be honest on this one fact. I didn’t start Spider-Man in comics. Where I lived, there were little to no comics and the thought of collecting one comic book after another didn’t occur to me. 1,951 more words

Dan Slott projects with 'deceptive,' 'amoral' charges after unprofessional past comes back to haunt him

One of the strangest things about covering the comic book industry — on this blog, YouTube, and Twitter — is the way that Marvel employees define words like… 513 more words


3 Tips to Guarantee You Will Overcome Adversity

According to Thomas Paine in The American Crisis, “These are the times that try men’s souls.” Written almost 300 hundred years ago, the American philosopher words remain fresh and relevant to our age as they did back in the time of the American Revolution. 624 more words


Osborn Can't Get Out Of His Own Way in The Amazing Spider-Man 32

by Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

Spider-Man and the Green Goblin are arch-enemies, right? 418 more words

Spencer Irwin

Marvel takes aim at Paul Reveres: King Alonso, redcoats must go

Regular readers of this blog know that I have chronicled the problems within the comic book industry for many years. Therefore, I hope I’m seen as a credible witness when I say that that things are nearing a breaking point. 87 more words


Peter Parker Lewis

Peter Parker Lewis n’est encore qu’étudiant lorsque, lors d’une sortie scolaire à la cantine de la fac, il est mordu sauvagement à la main par une grosse bête de type Kubiak Simius Sapiens, une drôle de bestiole qui évolue sans Grace entre l’entrée et les desserts. 256 more words


Housman and Kipling

I’ve recently been reading, with great pleasure, Housman Country by Peter Parker. It is a commentary on A Shropshire Lad, but not the usual kind of critical work. 951 more words