All posts by Cain Winstead

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 20: Edge of Spider-Verse #4

Peter Parker might have been a bit of a jerk before he learned with great power must also come great responsibility, but what if he was even worse?

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.

In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss 2014’s “EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE $4 “I WALKED WITH A SPIDER,” written by Clay McLeod Chapman, art by Elia Bonetii, colored by Veronica Gandini, and lettered by Clayton Cowles. Listen in to hear about this unsettling issue, some past Spider-Man stories that have edged on horror, and a story that predates Amazing Fantasy #15 that might have inspired Spider-Man!

If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK.

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This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

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You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN

You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play MusicStitcher or on our RSS feed.

If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on BandcampiTunes, or Spotify.

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 20: What If? #7

What do Flash Thompson, Betty Brant, and Colonel John Jameson all have in common? They’re all Spider-Man! Wait, what?

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.

In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss the 1977 WHAT IF #7? “What If Someone Else Had Become — the Amazing Spider-Man,” written by Don Glut, penciled by Rick Hoberg, inked by Sam Grainger, colored by George Roussos, and lettered by Rick Parker. This issue is a three-in-one story showcasing alternate universes where Flash, Betty, and Jameson were bitten by the radioactive spider and given powers. Who lives? Who dies? Did anyone get cloned? Tune in an find out!

If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK.

Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK

Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN!

Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board!

Join the Amazing Spider-Slack

You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN

You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play MusicStitcher or on our RSS feed.

If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on BandcampiTunes, or Spotify.

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 19: Spider-Man the Manga #1-6

Bitten by a radioactive Spider, high schooler Yu Komori was given the proportional — wait, who?!

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.

In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss the 1970 SPIDER-MAN THE MANGA  by Ryoichi Ikegami, translated by Mutsumi Masuda and C.B. Cebulski, with English retouches and production by Dan Nakrosis. The English edition was edited by Tom Brevoort.  In this ALTERNATIVE ORIGIN, Spider-Man is a Japanese high schooler wrestling with his own kind of guilt. Ever want to see what a Spider-Man origin looked like without Uncle Ben? Take a look right here!

If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK.

Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK

Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN!

Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board!

Join the Amazing Spider-Slack

You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN

You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play MusicStitcher or on our RSS feed.

If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on BandcampiTunes, or Spotify.

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 18: Spider-Man: India

Something is happening! The Spider-Man of Mumbai swings into the Untold Tales of Spider-Man and brings a familiar cast along with him.

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.

In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss 2004’s SPIDER-MAN: INDIA written by Jeevan Kang, Suresh Seetharaman, and Sharad Devaraja, drawn by Jeevan Kang colored y Gotham Studios Asia, lettered by Dave Sharpe and edited by John Barber, Nick Lowe, and Ralph Macchio. That enough names for you? Listen in and hear the discussion on bringing Spider-Man into another culture, what MAKES a Spider-Man story, and more!

Want to hear a little bit more about what went into Spider-Man: India? Check out NPR’s interview with Sharad Devarajan here!

If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK.

Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK

Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN!

Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board!

Join the Amazing Spider-Slack

You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN

You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play MusicStitcher or on our RSS feed.

If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on BandcampiTunes, or Spotify.

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 17: Marvel Team Up Annual 1 with Adam Reck

Spider-Man! The X-Men! A bunch of Hindu Gods! A… strange Russian scientist and his interpreter? Anti-Radiation Spray? A Rube Goldberg Machine of X-Men powers? Uh, this has to be MARVEL TEAM UP ANNUAL #1

Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch and BATTLE OF THE ATOM podcast co-host ADAM RECK as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.

In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain, Matt, and Adam discuss 1976’s MARVEL TEAM UP ANNUAL #1, plotted by Bill Mantlo, Chris Claremont, and Bonnie Wilford, scripted by Bill Mantlo, drawn by Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito, colored by Hugh Paley, and lettered by Jim Novak. MTU Annual #1 is a wild ride with plenty of silver-age kooky developments with elements of the bronze age starting to poke through. A week long conference on a plane, off-the-wall problem solving, and plenty of radiation — this story has it all!

We’d like to thank ADAM RECK from coming onto the show! If you’d like to hear more from Adam, you can check out his podcast BATTLE OF THE ATOM as well as his X-Men webcomic BISH & JUBEZ.

If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK.

Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK

Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN!

Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board!

Join the Amazing Spider-Slack

You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN

You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play MusicStitcher or on our RSS feed.

If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on BandcampiTunes, or Spotify.