Tag Archives: Spider-Man Forever

Repetition and Reader Turnover

As part of the Infinite Spider-Man series, Thomas Mets considers the effects of reader turnout on the Comics Industry, especially in relation to the Illusion of Change, using comments by Peter David in a Spider-Man Crawlspace podcast as a starting point. Continue reading

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The Infinite Spider-Man

Spider-Man rocks. At least five comic books constitute additions to the Western Canon: Watchmen, Calvin & Hobbes, Peanuts, Maus and Amazing Fantasy #15, if not the first 67 or so issues of Amazing Spider-Man as well. As this essay touches on the appeal of the character and the series, … Continue reading

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