Jun 29, 2020

Spider-Rama: Marvel Team-Up #5


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

MARVEL TEAM-UP #5
by Gerry Conway, Gil Kane, and Mike Esposito

Spider-Man and the Vision battle the Monstroid.




POINTLESS TRIVIA 

DUY: Oh good Lord, it's the freaking Vision.

BEN: The Vison is Duy's favorite Marvel character.

DUY: As drawn by Gil Kane. Great. Just great.

BEN: In hell, this will be the only comic you own.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: We’ve finally found Duy’s comic book doppelganger.


WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

DUY:  The Vision. Kane's art. Ugh, I dunno, this whole thing was painful. Why did you do this to me.

BEN: This may be even worse than that Amazing Spider-Man annual with Peter Parker's parents.

NITPICKS

DUY: No, Vision, you are not having "epileptic seizures," you overdramatic synthezoid.



BEN: He’s a real boy!

FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 Melodramatic villainy:

DUY: Awkwaaaaard:



WHO WON THE COMIC? 

DUY: NOT the Vision, who is 100% useless until the very, very end of this story.

BEN: These three characters have nothing in common. It seems like they spun two wheels and one landed on the Vision and one landed on the Puppet Master. So I’m going to give it to Conway, for making anything out of this.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama today. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 24, 2020

Spider-Rama: Amazing Spider-Man #113


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #113
by Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr.

Doctor Octopus is back! And it's the first appearance of Hammerhead!



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: Villain appearance count:
  • Doctor Octopus: 14
  • The Kingpin: 12
  • Green Goblin: 11
  • Kraven the Hunter: 8
  • The Vulture: 7
  • The Lizard: 7
  • Mysterio: 6
  • Professor Smythe/Spider Slayer: 6
  • Sandman: 4
  • Electro: 3
  • The Enforcers: 3
  • The Rhino: 3
  • Man Mountain Marko: 3
  • Silvermane: 3
  • The Chameleon: 3
  • The Schemer/Richard Fisk: 3
  • The Ringmaster: 2
  • Scorpion: 2
  • Molten Man: 2
  • Shocker: 2
  • The Beetle: 2
  • Morbius: 2
  • The Gibbon: 2
BEN: The first appearance of Hammerhead, the most Dick Tracy-esque villain Marvel has.


DUY: Define "Dick Tracy-esque."

BEN: Cartoonish physical feature on a gangster character.

DUY: With a very on-the-nose name. I agree.


BEN: First reference to Spider-Man’s other regular comic series, Marvel Team-Up. Gerry Conway was writing both comics at the time.


WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

DUY: The entire issue is pretty good, I'd actually say, so I'm just going to point out that Dr. Bromwell is back



BEN: Conway has definitely injected new life into the series. Sorry Stan.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

BEN: T. Mortellaro and Jim Starlin are credited with art assists, which makes sense because some of these pages look awful. I’m giving Mortellaro full blame for the bad stuff.

DUY: I'm going to blame Conway for this because this has only happened in his issues, but there's a way he writes two words as a dialect type of thing that clearly has not aged well.


NITPICKS

BEN: 
Thor would never win “best dressed”:+


DUY: This is just a storytelling nitpick, but this makes it look like the webbing is coming from Ock's arms: 



FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 That harness looks kinda cool:



DUY: This is the first time I'm gonna make this pick, but I'm gonna say the cover. That is a cool cover.

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

DUY: Pretty good comic, so Gwen Stacy.

BEN: It's always Gwen Stacy.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama this week. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 22, 2020

Spider-Rama: Marvel Team-Up #4



Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

MARVEL TEAM-UP #4
by Gerry Conway, Gil Kane, and Steve Mitchell

Spider-Man is dying from Morbius' blood, and the X-Men think he's the enemy!



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: The X-Men had been reprinting old stories in their own series for several years now, so this was a rare new appearance for them. I like how Marvel never gave up on any characters in those early years, like how the Hulk started guest-appearing in every other comic after his original series was cancelled.

DUY: That's just the Marvel formula, right down to the movies. The Incredible Hulk may have flopped, but they never gave up on the character.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN:  I love how they tried to maintain continuity across the entire line. Not only did it make it seem more real (unlike Wolverine starring in a dozen comics per month currently) but it was an effective way to market other comics.


DUY: Morbius holds his own against the X-Men, which really makes me believe that the time Spider-Man trounced them isn't Peter just being written overpowered. 

BEN: The original team was underwhelming.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

BEN: This:



DUY: Damn it, Peter. #metoo. Look at that look on Xavier's face.

BEN: Spider-Man is doing what he always dreamed of doing.

NITPICKS

DUY: Why is there more Morbius in my life, Ben?

BEN: Adversity builds character. 

DUY: Do you realize the X-Men wear their costumes around the mansion, but then they get sent on a mission and they stop wearing them? Angel is shirtless!

BEN: I knew you'd notice that. 

FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 A silly Angel face and a plug in the background:


DUY: Hey Ben, do you really think it's necessary that Peter breaks the window?

Pay attention to this, because it's going to be a thing.

BEN: He did just sexually assault Jean.

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

BEN: Everyone deciding that Jean is great will become a regular occurrence in future X-Men comics.

DUY: It's not even just an occurrence, it's just a theme of the entire franchise.

BEN: What a weird character trait.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama today. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 17, 2020

Spider-Rama: Amazing Spider-Man #112


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #112
by Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr.

Aunt May disappears! And there's a surprise villain appearance on the last page! That we're totally gonna spoil!



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: Villain appearance count:
  • Doctor Octopus: 13
  • The Kingpin: 12
  • Green Goblin: 11
  • Kraven the Hunter: 8
  • The Vulture: 7
  • The Lizard: 7
  • Mysterio: 6
  • Professor Smythe/Spider Slayer: 6
  • Sandman: 4
  • Electro: 3
  • The Enforcers: 3
  • The Rhino: 3
  • Man Mountain Marko: 3
  • Silvermane: 3
  • The Chameleon: 3
  • The Schemer/Richard Fisk: 3
  • The Ringmaster: 2
  • Scorpion: 2
  • Molten Man: 2
  • Shocker: 2
  • The Beetle: 2
  • Morbius: 2
  • The Gibbon: 2
WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: Jameson is totally in the right for once.



DUY: The first Betty sighting in what seems likes a while. I feel like Conway will use her a lot more than Stan and Romita did in their run on the series. 


BEN: Followed by Mary Jane and Aunt Anna. Conway is pulling out the full roster.



DUY: Betty was last seen in 96, and only for a panel. Anna was also last seen in 96, taking May to a play. And Mary Jane was last seen in 106, throwing a party for Harry and losing to Gwen in every single way.

BEN: For as much as modern comics got criticized for decompression, I don’t feel like these older comics accomplished a whole lot in each issue, not since the early Romita years. Sometimes Gwen didn’t even appear.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

BEN: So if we’re to believe Mary Jane knows his secret already at this point (thanks to Parallel Lives, in a retcon written by Conway) she is deliberately making him feel worse here, not easing his paranoia.


DUY: Either interpretation is in character.

BEN: How so?

DUY: If she doesn't know, then she's discrediting the whole situation. And if she does know, she is deliberately making him feel worse..

BEN: Are you saying she's a jerk?

DUY: I'm not not saying it.

NITPICKS

BEN: 
They had May’s handwriting on file?


DUY: I was gonna say I didn't need a full page recapping Aunt May, but then I got to the end
FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 Spoiler alert:



DUY: Yeah, that's mine too. Easy. One of the best single images of Ock and his arms.

BEN: It must have been so exciting back then to be completely surprised by a shocking cliffhanger.

DUY: Even though they foreshadowed it early on in the issue, I still didn't see it coming. Which is funny because I've actually read these before, but who's insane enough to keep track of all these things. Oh wait, I guess we are now...

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

DUY: Gwen is a good person. But the real answer is Octavius.



BEN: Peter has continued to ignore his smart and beautiful girlfriend because he doesn’t know specifically where his Aunt is. Like I said last issue, she should dump him.

DUY: I would be extra careful considering Flash is right there.

BEN: He constantly worries about them hanging out but actively avoids her.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama this week. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 15, 2020

Spider-Rama: Marvel Team-Up #3


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

MARVEL TEAM-UP #3
by Gerry Conway, Ross Andru, and Frank Giacoia

Spider-Man and the Human Torch fight... (sigh) Morbius.



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: Ross Andru was inked by Giacoia this time, and it’s much closer to what I expect from Andru. Perfectly competent house style superhero art from the ‘70s. That’s not a dig either, I like Andru’s art.

DUY: To be honest, the art looks kinda Kane-like. Ross Andru has been inked by three different people at this point, and they all look different. Inkers are important, people.

BEN: Chasing Amy did so much damage.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: The Human Torch just conveniently knows who Morbius is because of stories Spider-Man told him. Normally I’d groan at such convenient storytelling, but I actually think that would be Spider-Man’s top crazy story to share with others. ”Dude, I totally grew four extra arms and fought a vampire last month.”



DUY: I love that Peter told Johnny that story, because it implies that they just started randomly hanging out off screen. 

BEN: Sadly, it is still easy to misdirect the hate of a crowd onto people that don’t deserve it.



DUY: Misplaced hate, sadly always relevant.

BEN: Despite the presence of Morbius, I feel the pacing is better in this issue.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

DUY: This is way too soon for Morbius to be returning.

BEN: Morbius always ages the worst, but I do like the subplot of the Bolt brothers.


DUY: I get the feeling Conway wanted to go deeper with the racism stuff in this issue and was held back.

BEN: Or was too inexperienced.

NITPICKS

DUY: I'm not a big stickler for continuity or anything, but this is way more than " a couple 'a weeks."



BEN: I’m going to need to see a detailed analysis of how many definitive days and nights have been shown in the comics since. 

FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 Mine:


DUY: I love how unnecessarily melodramatic this is:


BEN: They’re basically the best friend either of them has, but default to fighting every time.

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

BEN: Morbius, for continuing to appear despite being so obviously terrible.

DUY: That professor who calmly told two superheroes to calm the hell down..

BEN: Not only told them to calm down, but made them wait for him to finish his lecture.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama today. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 10, 2020

Spider-Rama: Amazing Spider-Man #111


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #111
by Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr.

Kraven gets control of The Gibbon!



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: Villain appearance count:
  • The Kingpin: 12
  • Doctor Octopus: 12
  • Green Goblin: 11
  • Kraven the Hunter: 8
  • The Vulture: 7
  • The Lizard: 7
  • Mysterio: 6
  • Professor Smythe/Spider Slayer: 6
  • Sandman: 4
  • Electro: 3
  • The Enforcers: 3
  • The Rhino: 3
  • Man Mountain Marko: 3
  • Silvermane: 3
  • The Chameleon: 3
  • The Schemer/Richard Fisk: 3
  • The Ringmaster: 2
  • Scorpion: 2
  • Molten Man: 2
  • Shocker: 2
  • The Beetle: 2
  • Morbius: 2
  • The Gibbon: 2
BEN: Kraven moves into the top 4 for appearances.

DUY: Gog, the alien monster from the Savage Land from the last time Kraven showed up, is confirmed as dead.



BEN: This is the first issue of Amazing Spider-Man written by Gerry Conway. Conway had been writing Marvel Team-Up, which features Spider-Man, starting with the second issue. He will become one of the most important Spider-Man writers of all time.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: Robbie keeping Jonah in check.


DUY: That's a great comedic reaction from JJJ too. 

BEN: Conway did a great job of copying Stan’s voice, to the point I didn’t even realize this was written by him until after I finished it.

DUY: This is a pretty good ending. Kind of poetic. I can hear mood music fading out.


BEN: He's probably too old, but Jeffrey Dean Morgan should play Kraven.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

BEN: Can Peter and May please both agree that neither needs the other to survive?

DUY: Between this and Marvel Team-Up 2, that's the second time Conway has gone to some form of mind control in as many issues.


BEN: C'mon, that's reaching Claremont levels.

DUY: It's only Claremont levels if it's done to women and sexually. And speaking of Claremont, mind control, and Kraven, we'll get to Marvel Team-Up 67 in no time.

BEN: The issue a mutual friend of ours admitted to keeping under his mattress?

DUY: Yes, that one.

NITPICKS

DUY: This is so dumb. Soooooo dumb. Spider-Man hands a note addressed to Peter Parker to Robbie. Why doesn't he just hand the note to him as Peter?


BEN: Peter has a ready made excuse for why he would need to run off in dangerous newsworthy situations, but never uses it. He’s not bright, is what I’m saying.

FAVORITE PANEL

DUY: All I can say is if someone drew Spider-Gwen, Jessica Drew, or Silk in this position......


BEN: What hero doesn’t leap into battle crotch first?

DOES ROBBIE KNOW?

DUY: I would assume at this point he has a pretty solid suspicion.


BEN: You mean after Spider-Man hands him a hand-written letter addressed to Peter Parker?

DUY: Yes. Yes, that.

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

DUY: Uh, Robbie?

BEN: Ugly men everywhere. You should know.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama this week. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

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Jun 8, 2020

Spider-Rama: Marvel Team-Up #2


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

MARVEL TEAM-UP #2
by Gerry Conway, Ross Andru, and Jim Mooney

Spider-Man and the Human Torch, vs. The Frightful Four! Except there's only three of them, so they mind control Spider-Man so they make four. And then they open a door to the Negative Zone!



POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: First Spider-Man comic written by Gerry Conway, who would go on to make a major impact on the character.

DUY: The Frightful Four's original fourth member was Medusa, so in this one they mind-control Spider-Man to get him to be their fourth member. This also includes Paste Pot Pete, who as mentioned for the last issue is the other villain apart from the Sandman that both Peter and Johnny have fought. I'm actually wrong — this is Spidey's first actual encounter with Paste Pot Pete/The Trapster in real time. I confused him with the Looter.

BEN: I didn’t even argue with you because it did seem like he’s fought Pete before.

DUY: The reason for the Trapster's name change would be revealed in the Spider-Man/Human Torch miniseries from 2005, by the 3rd-best Spider-Man writer ever Dan Slott and the ever-underrated Ty Templeton.



BEN: I wonder if this was originally going to be a Spider-Man and the Torch series, but it changed to Spider-Man being the sole anchor of the book.

DUY: The logo on the cover does make it look like it's supposed to be them.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: Jim Mooney’s inks on Ross Andru’s pencils give the art a much cleaner look than the first issue. Mooney, highly underrated.

DUY: I think of the many things Spider-Rama has taught me, near the top of that list is "Jim Mooney was frickin' good." 

BEN: I knew he was good, but I couldn’t have told you any specific comics he had worked on.

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

DUY: This is a comic I read as a kid for some reason. I think it got reprinted somewhere. And I think it was my introduction to Annihilus. Knowing who Annihilus is now, I realize that this was meant to be a showcase of how dangerous he was and how they couldn't let him get out. But the fact that he was held at bay for a time by the Trapster made it really hard for me to take Annihilus seriously for a long time.

BEN: I feel like the pacing is off so far on this series. Because it’s an ancillary comic, they can’t really do anything substantial in Peter or Johnny’s regular lives, so it’s all costume stuff. That seems like it would be a good thing, but instead it feels stretched out.

DUY:
 The first issue was so forced pacingwise too. Spidey spotlight, Torch spotlight, oh now they found Sandman.

BEN: It reminds me of old Justice League comics, where nothing consequential ever happened to anyone. Unless you count splitting up into three pairs of heroes to recover artifacts.

NITPICKS

DUY: 
Between this and the one time with the Ringmaster, for someone with heightened senses and a Spider-sense that can take over when he shuts his other senses off, Spider-Man sure is an easy mark for mind control.

BEN: You never factor in all the concussions

FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 Fun fact: Annihilus is a great villain name:



DUY: Let it be known that a mind-controlled Spider-Man can beat a full-power Johnny Storm:



BEN: I continue to love the idea that Peter is always holding back his full power

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

BEN: Gerry Conway, as I can imagine this being his audition for the Amazing Spider-Man job.

DUY: Yeah, I'll give it to Conway.

BEN: That's it for Spider-Rama today. 

DUY: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

BEN: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

Leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page. See you tomorrow!

Jun 1, 2020

Spider-Rama: Amazing Spider-Man #110


Welcome to Spider-Rama! Every Monday and Wednesday, Ben and Duy will look at a Spider-Man issue from the very beginning, in chronological order, and answer questions for various categories, inspired in large part by one of our favorite podcasts, The Rewatchables by The Ringer. Our goal is to make it to Amazing Spider-Man #200. Will we make it? Grab your Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus or crank up your tablet to Marvel Unlimited, and then tune in every Wednesday to find out!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #110
by Stan Lee and John Romita Sr.

Spider-Man vs. his greatest villain ever.... The Gibbon.




POINTLESS TRIVIA 

BEN: First appearance of the Gibbon!

DUY: Yaaaaaaaaay.

WHAT'S AGED THE BEST?

BEN: Hidden messages:



DUY: All kids somehow become who they are in relation to their parents. And that's just me saying that Peter Parker is just as bad as Aunt May. 



BEN: Gwen definitely should have broken up with him by now. And I don't like Marty’s self-esteem here, but I do like the sentiment that Spider-Man can’t possibly have it as bad as he says he does


DUY: You mean to say Spider-Man may be into self-pity a bit much?

WHAT'S AGED THE WORST?

BEN: I have to say, Peter is unbearably melodramatic and self-absorbed in this one, and a bit of a dick to Marty too.



DUY:  This is Scott Summers levels of melodramatic.

BEN: He didn’t leave his wife and kid for his resurrected first girlfriend, but it’s close.

DUY:  Scott Summers moaning how ugly he is to Nightcrawler, melodramatic.

BEN: That's a fitting comparison.

NITPICKS

BEN: 
We already did this “I decided to just develop animal agility” thing with The Kangaroo.

DUY: So, just no-prizing it..... Marty is a mutant, right?

BEN: That would be the modern explanation. Back then it would be “what’s a mutant?” Because the X-Men initially failed, you see? 

DUY: No, Peter, this would not break your hand.



BEN:  I think he crushed that same pipe with his hand in his origin story. 

FAVORITE PANEL

BEN:
 Mine:


DUY: I love that she says it to him on-panel:



BEN: Is that the first time? We should be tracking this stuff.

DUY: This is in fact the first time it's ever said on panel to him, and of course she's unconscious.

BEN: So he’s been living this long without an “I love you” return?

DUY: He's said things to her like "love of my life" and stuff, but I don't think they've said the exact sentence to each other on panel. I imagine they have said it off panel though. Restrictions are weird. I don't think Thor and Jane or Thor and Sif ever kissed under Jack Kirby. Peter never kissed anyone under Steve Ditko, and it still took a while under John Romita.

WHO WON THE COMIC? 

BEN: Gwen Stacy is perfect in this, which is highlighted even more by everyone else being unbearable.

DUY: Only Gwen is good in this.

BEN: Gwen may have cried a lot in those days, but she was still consistently the best part of the comics.

DUY: That's it for Spider-Rama today. 

BEN: Thank you, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko— 

DUY: —for telling us we aren't the only ones. 

Leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page. See you tomorrow!