This time around we meet Sandman. But we also see just how incredibly visionary Stan Lee was. He predicts Watchmen twenty years before it happens and alludes to Civil War and The Incredibles thirty years ahead of time. Amazing Spider-Man #4 written by Stan Lee
Stan Lee introduces us to one of Spidey’s most challenging foes, indeed the one who ultimately defeats him and ends the run of The Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2: Doctor Octopus! If the above video isn’t streaming, watch it on Youtube: Amazing Spider-Man #3 written
Even in the second issue of his brand new series, Spider-Man gains enemies that are still around today. I forgot to mention in the video, it’s interesting that Parker is a teenager in high school and both his villains in this issue are very old
Our Monday feature continues as we move from Spider-Man’s debut to the debut of his own comic. We take a look at how things have changed, what tropes were started in this first issue, and ask who in the world is Peter Palmer? Images
Welcome to a new video feature appearing Mondays in which we take a look at Spider-Man starting from the very beginning. Images used in the video: If the above video doesn’t load because the server is loaded, here’s the youtube upload: Spider-Man! from Amazing
Saw this today in my feed reader and it was so amazing I had to post it right away.
Sorry that the audio’s a little off, I was originally just going to use the audio to write a text piece. But I decided it’d be better to let you hear Stan “the Man’s” voice yourself.