Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Infinite Spider-Man: Fans VS Writers

There are some unresolved questions about the direction of the Spider-Man comics, and the future of the books in the aftermath of One More Day. A discussion about the direction of the title also involves considerations of what the title … Continue reading

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Spider-Man Sales Part 2

I’m interrupting a section written in 2012 with an update about more recent Spider-Man comics. If sales were good during the Big Time era, they’ve been incredible after Amazing Spider-Man #700. This leads to two questions: Do the consistent sales … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders Is Old

I had a theory for why Elizabeth Warren wasn’t going to run for President that may apply to her, but didn’t end up applying to every candidate. My guess was that she wouldn’t, mainly because she wasn’t a plausible presidential candidate … Continue reading

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Possibly My Favorite Spider-Man Panel

That panel on the right may just be my favorite from the Spider-Man comics. When a friend showed me his collection of  silver age comics, that was the one I wanted to see in the original version. It’s from Amazing … Continue reading

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The Second Republican Presidential Primary Debate

My view of how the Republican presidential candidates did on the debate on Wednesday (or at least the “Top 11” debate.) Ben Carson: B He did pretty well with most answers, sticking to what works (calm affable outsider.) I think his … Continue reading

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Recent Podcasts

I’ve listened to podcasts for a while, because I like taking long walks and have a low tolerance for boredom. I probably spend more time listening to people talk about issues and culture, than I do actually listening to music, … Continue reading

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Tangled Webs: Where to Start With Spider-Man

For my second piece for the Spider-Man Crawlspace, I combined and edited two entries from the reading list for a piece on the most acclaimed Spider-Man stories. It’s an assortment of the most notable stories. Since Spider-Man’s been around since 1962, appearing … Continue reading

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