Superior Spider-Talk #31: Spider-Talk and their Amazing Friends w/ Gerry Conway

Two fans and collectors (Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio) discuss the Spider-Man comic universe in a show that looks to the past, present, and future of Spider-Man. In this episode they interview Gerry Conway, the second writer to ever take over writing on Amazing Spider-Man, the man who killed Gwen Stacy, creator of the Punisher, and so much more!


0:00 Opening
2:17 Amazing Friends: Gerry Conway
1:18:21 Goodbyes and Contact Info

Articles mentioned in this show:

Women in Refrigerators
Gerry Conway’s Twitter

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4 thoughts on “Superior Spider-Talk #31: Spider-Talk and their Amazing Friends w/ Gerry Conway

  1. That podcast was really great. I am so glad I had time to listen to it today. Kudos to Mr. Conway for having the patience to answer the same questions he must be asked over and over again and again!
    You asked the listener to rate the podcast – I give it 5 webs out of 5 webs!
    Thanks for your work and I bet Stan the Man will come on sooner or later!

    1. Thanks Danbbqman! That’s awfully kind of you. If you could rate/review us on iTunes that’s where we need all the reviews we can get… and we’ll read it on the show!

  2. Great job on the interview! He made an interesting point about the marriage and how it took away from the “relatability” of the character for a lot of people (and as he put it, perhaps cheating the reader who might discover the character at that moment in their lives). I was one of those kids and stopped reading Amazing Spider-Man around then.

    I agreed with his take on how Miles Morales (and Ultimate Peter Parker before him) is perhaps more in line with the qualities that drew me to the character in the first place. That said, I love where the main series is these days and can’t wait to see what’s in store for Peter’s return…

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