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This is one of the stupidest and yet vastly underrated moments in Marvel history...

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There are some artists who were ahead of their time, or at least the printing process involved in the production of their art. Art Adam's is one of them, as this story from 1986 proves.

This is very much a case in point, you can SEE the colouring and printing process mangling this tale to hell and back, and that's painful.

This story, has, to the best of my knowledge, never been collected or reprinted, which is a shame as it really deserves a modern re-colouring and printing if any does.

Ann Nocenti was the creator and writer on the series which made Art Adams a name to be recognised; "Longshot", the story of a sort of naive, well-meaning alien dealing with the real world and finding the likes of moral ambiguity frustrating. Here we see something quite similar, using another handy naive, well-meaning alien... One of my favourites!

Warlock! And Art Adams Warlock at that! )
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For a while now I have been intrigued by the notion of the Spider-Man from this What If turning into the Spider-Hulk from this issue of the 616 book. However I have run into a problem.
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Three pages of Marvel's preview of WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #10. This storyline features a new villain called The Extremist. He has an odd set of powers, and has decided to kill people who say bad things about Spider-Man. His next target: J. Jonah Jameson.

Jealousy is colored yellow )
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You may recall Betty Brant as J. Jonah Jameson's long-suffering secretary - lately a reporter for the Bugle - and an occasional love interest for Peter Parker before he got serious with MJ. Or, if you were around in 1992....

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To celebrate the return of the Scans_Daily that I knew and loved (with this thread where they cheerfully dissect a racist caricature in a random Marvel work-for-hire piece), I am posting another random Marvel work-for-hire comic of no importance, but this one is from the 80s and beautifully drawn.

Web of Spider-Man Annual #4! 1985 go go go!

That's the Slug. He appears in this issue.


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