Tag Archives: Mayday Parker

The Next Generation of Marvel Heroes

I don’t think the Marvel characters should grow, in the sense of becoming noticeably older, until one of two things happens. Marvel should have plans for something impressive after the current shared Universe comes to an end, or they should … Continue reading

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The Commitment to Change

If the current direction is an illusion of change approach in which writers and editors aren’t beholden to the series as a clear linear narrative, an alternative would be a commitment to change, in which major developments were not contradicted … Continue reading

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The Fans and Mayday Parker

The first time Marvel tried to make Spider‑Man single, they chose a unique compromise. The Spider‑Man who has been in the books since Len Wein began his run in 1975—also the Spider‑Man the majority of the readers had been reading … Continue reading

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Putting Spidey Through Hell

Brian Michael Bendis was asked about all the nasty stuff that had happened to Daredevil throughout his run on the series. I get this all the time. They say, “You really hate Daredevil. Look how mean you are to Daredevil.” … Continue reading

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