THE FIRST, WORST SPIDER-MAN COMICS?
With the hasty exit of Marv Wolfman as the writer of Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel had to scramble to find a replacement. So, they turned to another legendary writer in the Spider-Office: Denny O’Neil. Famous for his historic runs on Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, Denny’s run of Amazing Spider-Man books are probably the most overlooked, under-printed, and forgotten issues in Spidey’s 60-year publishing history. On this week’s show, Dan and Mark will explore why it is that Denny O’Neil’s run represents Spidey’s true “Lost Years”!
This episode was edited by Rick Coste, with production support from Andy Myers. Our artwork comes handcrafted by artists Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Ray Sumser, and Nick Cagnetti. Our theme songs were produced by Ryland Bojack and Spider-Maj. Additional music “Good Times” and “Now Son” by Podington Bear (https://www.podingtonbear.com/about/) under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license.
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