S02 Episode 6: The Stone Tablet Saga

NOT THIS! In this season of the Amazing Spider-Talk podcast, Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio will talk about how Spider-Man finally made it into the BIG TIME under the creative pens of Stan Lee and John Romita Sr.

In this sixth episode they’ll be diving deep into the first ever 8-part story in the pages of the Amazing Spider-Man, known as both the “Stone Tablet Saga” and the “Lifeline Tablet Saga.” Yes, in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man #68-75, readers were treated to a new kind of Spider-Man story: social and political intrigue, a multi-part saga that spanned nearly a dozen villains, and a return to Spidey’s street level ways.

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #799, the third part of the “Go Down Swinging” arc,  a review roundup of April’s Spider-Man B-Titles, and eventually a review of “Avengers: Infinity War”. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

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Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 04: Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories 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 take a look at the Marvel OGN Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business, written by Mark Waid and James Robinson, penciled by Werther Dell’Edera, inked and colored by Gabriele Dell’Otto, and lettered by Joe Caramagna. Check out Cain and Matt’s discussion of this story post-integration into the main continuity, the role of spy-thrillers in Spider-Man stories, as well as a NEW SEGMENT of the show: THE WEB OF RANKINGS

If you’d like to check out the Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business trailer mentioned in this episode, you can watch it on YouTube HERE.

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 #799 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the April B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team, the perfect thing to listen to in order to catch up with the Spider-Man related B-titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

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

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

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

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 03: Web of Spider-Man #82

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories 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 take a look at Web of Spider-Man #82 “Pumping Up”, written by Kurt Busiek, pencils by Ron Wilson, inks by Don Hudson, and colors by Bob Sheran. Tune in to hear all about Man-Mountain Marco (or Mariko?)’s love for hamburgers, a bona fide Marvel conspiracy, Cain’s memory of anti-drug PSAs, and much more! Not to mention our NEW THEME SONG written and performed by the Ellie Badge!

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 #798 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team. Also available is the Untold Talks of Spider-Man’s March B-Title, the perfect thing to listen to in order to catch up with the Spider-Man related B-titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the newly announced 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.

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

S02 Episode 5: Where’d the Webs Go?

Is he strong? Listen bud! He’s got radioactive blood! In this season of the Amazing Spider-Talk podcast, Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio will talk about how Spider-Man finally made it into the BIG TIME under the creative pens of Stan Lee and John Romita Sr.

However, in this fifth episode, they won’t be talking about the comic at all, but wondering… WHERE’D THE WEBS GO? Yes, they’ll be talking about the first Spider-Man cartoon from 1967 with none other than Ralph Bakshi, the director, writer, and producer of seasons 2 and 3 of the show!

Links to articles about Stan Lee:

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #798, the second part of the “Go Down Swinging” arc,  and a review roundup of March’s Spider-Man B-Titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

We also would love to see you become a part of our Amazing Spider-Slack community board. If you’d like to join in on our amazing conversations, click this link to get started:

Join the Amazing Spider-Slack

We’ve also announced a brand new podcast as part of the Amazing Spider-Talk family! Be sure to subscribe to the UNTOLD TALKS OF SPIDER-MAN podcast here:

Subscribe to the UNTOLD TALKS OF SPIDER-MAN podcast

You can email questions to our show at amazingspidertalk@gmail.com or by clicking here. You can also call in to our voicemail hotline by leaving us a message at 9-RED-GOBLIN!

The show can be subscribed to by going to iTunes, our page on Stitcher, our Youtube channel, or subscribing on Google Play.

Check out our Merch Store to get all kinds of spectacular Amazing Spider-Talk and Chasing Amazing gear!

Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 02: Marvel Knights Spider-Man vol. 1 #1-12

Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories 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 take a look at the 2004 <i>Marvel Knights Spider-Man #1-12</i> written by Mark Millar with art by Terry Dobson and colors by Rachel Dobson. Tune in to hear a breakdown of this massive storyline, as well as Matt’s opinions on the pitfalls of writers new to Spider-Man, Cain’s thoughts on cliffhangers and “gotchya!” moments, and more!

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

This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #798 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team. Also available is the Untold Talks of Spider-Man’s March B-Title, the perfect thing to listen to in order to catch up with the Spider-Man related B-titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit:

Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page

Want to join in on the conversation? Join the newly announced 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.