Did Steve Englehart and Steve Gan have any idea that a character they created to tell a story of parental neglect and loss of identity in a pulpy black-and-white magazine would become a major film star?
I doubt it.
Marvel Preview #4 was an oversized Marvel magazine edited by Archie Goodwin. It was one of Marvel’s mid-1970s forays into the area of science fiction and stories about new heroes,…
Jazzy, beat-driven, dance music. Am I crazy or is this damn good? It’s like Daft Punk with an actual punk edge.
Because every 1990s comic had to have Punisher in it at least once, regardless of how hard they had to crowbar him into the continuity.
It wasn’t rock music, Electro was playing the fucking Itsy Bitsy Spider on the tower things
Oh. Now the movie is SOOOOO much better.
What a horrible, unforgivably bad set of Spider-Man movies.