Tag Archives: Joe Quesada

Tangled Webs: One More Day’s Doctor Strange

For the latest Tangled Webs column, I looked at Doctor Strange’s role in the controversial Spider-Man story One More Day, and considered how it changed the context of earlier scenes from writer J. Michael Straczysnki’s Spider-Man run. This is a … Continue reading

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Spider-Man and the Avengers

Joe Quesada making Spider-Man an Avenger and the impact on MCU films is considered in the context of changes ot the character in One More Day. Continue reading

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When Mark Millar Pitched A Shocker Mini-Series

There was an interesting tidbit in Mark Millar’s interview with the Let’s Talk Comics podcast. When Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palimotti were launching the Marvel Knights books, Millar pitched a mini-series with B-list Spider-Man villain Shocker. I pitched them a Shocker … Continue reading

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Daredevil 102: Modern Man Without Fear

After Miller’s stuff, I’d recommend Kevin Smith and Joe Quesada’s Guardian Angel arc (Daredevil Volume 2 #1-8). It was a good story, and it shook up the franchise. There are two later stories that deal with the aftermath, and are largely … Continue reading

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Blood on Spider-Man’s hands

In the Infinite Spider-Man series, Thomas Mets explores whether Peter Parker sold his soul in One More Day, or has blood on his hands after the deal with Mephisto. Continue reading

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Is Amazing Spider-Man still set in the 616?

In the Infinite Spider-Man series, Thomas Mets considers whether Amazing Spider-Man is still set in the 616 Universe after the events of One More Day. Continue reading

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The Advantages of the (Almost) Weekly Amazing Spider-Man

Late in 2006, I thought that one way Marvel could take advantage of a massive change to the status quo and creative teams after “One More Day” would be to make Amazing Spider‑Man weekly. In this case, it made sense to keep … Continue reading

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