Tag Archives: silver age comic books

The Goblins: A History Lesson

The last of the big three Spider-Man villains is the Green Goblin, although his reputation has changed over the years. The Green Goblin started out as a mystery villain, arguably the best in comics. When his identity was revealed, the answer was … Continue reading

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The Illusion of Change

As part of the Infinite Spider-Man series, Thomas Mets looks at the Illusion of Change in the comic books. Continue reading

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One More Day’s Mephisto

Since One More Day, there have been many complaints on the internet that the satanic supervillain Mephisto wouldn’t be interested in undoing the marriage and that he wouldn’t have the power to change history so that Peter and Mary Jane … Continue reading

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Marvel VS DC Part 7: The First Adventures

This probably also ties into my Stan Lee VS the Patchwork Universe explanation, but a major difference between Marvel and DC is how they reconcile the departures from the first storylines of the major franchises to the current comics. With … Continue reading

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