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(Oxy-pills are all well and good--but wouldn't four pairs of goggles also be in order?)

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Kneel before Zod... oh, wait, wrong comic book company!

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Of course, if that isn't the case--well, it figures that this would be the time when the other shoe drops.

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Taken out of context, these comic book strips are full of innuendo

My personal preference goes to Spider-Man. That's why, for me, the best comic book cover is probably:

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Amazing Spider-Man #39 – The iconic John Romita Sr. debuts his beautiful Spider-Man artistry right here. And just look at that cover!

Amazing Spider-Man #96 – The famous “drug issue”. This would be the first time in comic book history that drugs were the focal point of a storyline.

... Fantastic Four (1998-2012) #57

They fight there way to him on a space station and run into…the Fantastic Four?!?

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Amazing Spider-Man #3 – Features the debut of the second Spider-Man film star Dr. Octopus. And from the third Spidey Film…

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"They kind of exist in a different, three-dimensional plane from the rest of the comic … When the gods are involved, we see them directly fiddling around ...

Amazing Spider-Man #33 – This comic has absolutely no first appearances, has no death, no life changing moments. The first “classic cover” by Steve Ditko in ...

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I'm just thankful that in this iteration he wasn't bitten by a radioactive flying squirrel … or was he? What are you hiding from us Peter?

Artists Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott do a *ahem* bang-up job on this issue, though I lost count of the number of panels that Buckler has based on Jack ...

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Again , from Frank Miller's The Dark Knight returns. Batman pummeling Superman has to be one of the most iconic panels ever.


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Captain America #180 (Dec. 1974). Captain America becomes "Nomad". Cover art by Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia.

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Some of the greatest creative teams to ever grace comic book pages worked on this series, producing some of the most incredible tales and fabulous artwork.

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Punisher Vs. Spider-Man

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Reinventing the pencil: 21 artists who changed mainstream comics (for better or worse)

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #793 LEG OCT170885 (W) Dan Slott (A) Ryan Stegman (CA) Alex Ross VENOM INC. Part 4. Spider-Man has been compromised by Maniac and it ...

Amazing Spider-Man #4 – We have our first look at the Sandman in this issue. So there you have the first four issues of Amazing Spider-Man with first ...


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These are 37 of the comic book references you may have missed.

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When the comic focuses on the story's human characters, the scenes are quieter, and the panels become more sequential, feeling as if they occur in the ...

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In fact, just a few frames later, Liefeld makes sure anyone who didn't catch the written words doesn't miss out.

Torn: David Gonzalez found this incredibly rare 1938 No. 1 issue of the Superman

... pills he ingested. Again, Giant-Man realizes the folly of battling the Top's powers head-on, and so resorts to a plan that will see to his capture.

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Amazing Spider-Man #2 – The second issue has the first Tinkerer! Well that's not the character we're looking for now is it? No of course not, ...


This week on the podcast we're talking about The Punisher: Welcome Back Frank by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. The humour is...dark.

Amazing Spider-Man No. 12

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Designed and perfectly blended in red and blue by Paolo Rivera, an Eisner Award winning comic book artist.

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It's a cool shout-out to one of the most inspirations voices in comics on this film.


But despite what wonderful gadgets they had, they were still 'ordinary' people. Another pre-Superman comic ...

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Amazing Spider-Man #25 – Sticking with the torment in Peter's life (just kidding ladies!), Peter meets two women that will change his life forever.

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Amazing Fantasy #15 – This would be the first and foremost obvious pick out of the gate here. For those that are not comic collectors and just happened to ...

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One of the interesting things about comic book writers working in insults against the rivals of whatever company that they are currently working on is that ...

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This particular ...

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... from a a full-page splash of Reed and Sue from Fantastic Four # 79 (Oct 1968). Incredibly non-traditional image for a brawling superhero comic book.

Amazing Spider-Man #40 – The following issue features the Green Goblin's origin. While it may cost you a few dollars more to get THIS issue, the real winner ...

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