This ain’t a war, it’s a god damn octopus arms race! On this week’s show, Dan and Mark discuss Sinister War #2. This issue was written by Nick Spencer and Ed Brisson, with art by Mark Bagley, Dioegenes Neves, Carlos Gomez, and Ze Carlos,
“Well, Norman Osborn may have died, but his legacy– His power– Will live on! And this time, it shall be shaped by a man who knows how to use power!… …The Green Goblin is no more! But in his place now stands– the HOBGOBLIN!!” The time as come.
Who the heck is Kindred and what in the world does he want? Dan and Mark discuss Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #71 / LGY #872. This issue was written by Nick Spencer, with art by Federico Vicentini and Federico Sabbatini, colors by Alex Sinclair,
It’s not just a brawl, it’s a war! Join Dan and Mark to discuss Sinister War #1. This issue was written by Nick Spencer, with art by Mark Bagley, inks by Andrew Hennessy, John Dell, and Andy Owens, colors by Brian Reber,
All of Spider-Man’s biggest baddies are lining up for the mother of all fights! Join Dan and Mark as they discuss Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #70 / LGY #871, the “Prelude to Sinister War”. This issue was written by Nick Spencer,
It turns out the Chameleon was the friends we made along the way… Join Dan and Mark as they discuss Giant-Size Amazing Spider-Man: The Chameleon Conspiracy #1, the conclusion to the Chameleon Conspiracy arc.
Dan sits down with artist Brian Level about his work on Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (vol. 2) #11-12 and Absolute Carnage: Separation Anxiety #1, plus insights into working alongside Ryan Stegman, and freelance work at Marvel. Plus,
October is right around the corner and you know what that means… Jack O’ Lanterns! Speaking of Jack O’ Lanterns… Today on the show, Dan and Mark are going to be discussing Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #69 / 870,
The Foreigner has Spider-Man in a pickle, or does he? Today on the show, Dan and Mark are going to be discussing the plus-sized Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) no. 68 / 869, with a story entitled “The Chameleon Conspiracy” Part 2.
Over the weekend, The Bottle Works presented a Hometown Heroes-Steve Ditko exhibit to honor the legendary creator in his hometown of Johnstown! Located in the main Art Works Gallery, this retrospective exhibit of the legendary Steve Ditko’s career,