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Spider-Man Comics Read in May 2013

And I read some Spider-Man comics last month. Spider-Man 2099 #1-3 I have some stylistic quibbles, but the first three issues hold up really well. Peter David and Rick Leonardi do a great job in introducing the new Spider-Man, as well … Continue reading

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Is Amazing Spider-Man still set in the 616?

In the Infinite Spider-Man series, Thomas Mets considers whether Amazing Spider-Man is still set in the 616 Universe after the events of One More Day. Continue reading

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It’s Magic, We Don’t Have to Explain It

JMS’s big disagreement with Joe Quesada over the end of One More Day was about whether it made sense from a narrative perspective to try to preserve as much of the backstory as possible post-OMD. He summed up Marvel’s position as … Continue reading

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Time Travel in One More Day

There have been some arguments regarding the rules of time travel within the Marvel Universe, and whether One More Day violated those principles. In some stories it had been suggested that any instance of time travel creates a parallel universe. But … Continue reading

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What Joe Quesada accomplished with One More Day

When he was Editor-in-Chief of Marvel, Joe Quesada expressed his belief that some developments prior to his tenure had made the Marvel Universe a less interesting place. He listed the three mistakes that he wanted to fix in a Cup … Continue reading

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Stories You Can Only Tell With A Married Spider-Man

There were meaningful reasons for making Peter Parker single, just as there were good reasons for maintaining the status quo. Quesada’s most signficant argument against the marriage was that it closed opportunities for writers. His central claim was that pretty much … Continue reading

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