Issue #46: Spider-Man’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
This week on Talking Comics we substitute out Stephanie for Rob and bring you a show all about the Wall Crawler, the Web-Head, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! It’s Peter Parkers 50th anniversary and so we talk about why we love him, some of our favorite story arcs and even shed a few tears about our favorite moments. It isn’t all lovey dovey though as we talk all about the Rob Liefeld situation that occurred over the weekend.
Of course we also tackle our books of the week as Bobby talks about Doctor Manhattan and Brilliant. Steve gives some love to Adventure Time #7 and Ready Player One. Bob pledges his first Kickstarter with Molly Danger, showers love on Mark Waid’s Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom and joins the I Kill Giants love brigade. Our special guest Rob keeps the Spider-Man love going with Amazing Spider-Man #692.
For those of you who listened to the show already, this is the Kickstarter Project that Bob mentioned.
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