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When we last left our heroes, J. Jonah Jameson had repeatedly owned Spider-Man on live TV, causing our favorite web-slinger to seriously consider giving up his secret identity. But not content with mere verbal attacks, JJJ has gotten Tony Stark involved in his anti-vigilante vendetta!

Part 2: Iron Man=Hitler )
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Best known nowadays for very dark, photorealistic artwork on books like Before Watchmen: Ozymandias and Marvel's Dark Tower books, his earliest comics work was of an altogether different style.

12 scans under the cut.

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These scans from:
Uncanny X-Men Annual #16, 1992
Namor #33, December 1992
Spider-Man #41,December 1993
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When we last checked in on our friendly neighborhood wallcrawler, he was having some difficulties catching a flight. But more adventures await our intrepid hero upon his triumphant return to America!

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Part 1 here -
Part 2 here -

Following his short time at Valiant where he did a lot of cover work outside of the Ninjak title he pencilled, Quesada and inker/pal Jimmy Palmiotti formed their own publishing company, Event Comics; launch title their creation Ash (Ashley Quinn), a fire-fighter turned alien-superhero.

The success of this venture would lead to Quesada and Palmiotti being approached by Marvel to revamp some of their weaker performing properties, and eventually Quesada being offered the Marvel EIC position which he held for over ten years.

(35 scans under the cut.)

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Couldn't think of any specific stories that fit a 10th anniversary, so I figured I'd just repost an old one; a story from Paul Jenkins, who's run on Spider-Man IMO was one of the best.

Scans under the cut... )
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 I cannot remember what book I got this from, it's been a while.  It was during the Alpha days in the Spidey books, and I thought this guy would have been perfect for Pete's sidekick!

Ok, the setup:  Pete's having a realyl bad day leading up to this.  Nothing going quite right, and he overhears a kid being bullied.  As it turns out, the kid is claiming that he knows Spider-Man.  So after he does the cool thing to spook off the bullies, he decides to sit down and have a talk with Chris.

Pete! Being fun! )
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Millar and Quitely's Jupiter's Legacy #1 had superheroes say how their powers doesn't mean they know how to balance a budget. That reminded me of a moment from an old AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL where Peter Parker wonders about his powers and society's ills. Also, lot of 1980s hair.

Mousse! )


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