Jun 26, 2010

Spider-Man Week

From Monday, June 28 to Saturday, July 3, I ran Spider-Man Week, covering lists and a couple of articles for everyone's favorite red-and-blue-wearing webheaded wallcrawler!

Commission by Bruce Timm

Here's the schedule.

June 28: Top Five Most Important Spider-Man Artists of All Time
June 29: Five Spider-Man Stories You Should Take the Time To Read
June 30: Five Spider-Man Artists Who Don't Get Enough Credit
             Homages to Todd McFarlane's Spider-Man #1
July 1: Why Electro is Awesome and You Should Never Screw Around With a Steve Ditko Design
           The Five Most Important Spider-Man Moments
July 2: Top Five Spider-Man Writers of All Time
July 3: Top Five Spider-Man Villains

If you're a fan of Spidey at all, be sure to join in on the fun! And even if you're not, we'll still have Comics Techniques and Tricks and Easter Eggs in Comics, as well as those pieces where I just talk!

1 comment:

fanboy420 said...

Dear Marvel,

Here's how the Ultimate's Death of Spider-Man SHOULD have gone down.

So there's this interface fare down at the college where Peter Parker used to TA for chem 171. And Peter was asked to sub for a techno-linguistics professor down at Engineering (under Prof. Scottie McHaggis). But while Parker was subbing for this flu-ridden phD, his class session was seized by an intergalactic technovirus unwittingly unleashed by Warlock, (that freaky robot alien from the New Mutants) when he had a one-night stand with Danger, that Shi-ar X-Man problem. It was a mutation of the first DTD, digitally transmitted disease. It then became alive when it hived with Columbia University's hydrolab distillation timers and computed a passkey to sentience. So as it gnawed away at the school's cybersystems, Peter (and what little he knows about computer hacking) has to learn quick and find a way to crawl through the computer's system to save New York from complete technobliteration. He is then absorbed by the evil machine that is birthed at the core of the SHIELD sub-base under Lower Manhattan. But as a last resort, Spider-Man used Iron Man's technovirus to link internally with the system and upload his consciousness in it. And then KABLOOEY! OVERLOAD! All that was left was a big bad blob of mess that the NYPD has to clean up and Peter Parker's corpse fried from the neck up.


sorry. i think i'll go take my meds now.


World Wide Webstalker

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