Our video editor Alex Galucki had the unique opportunity to visit the Library of Congress to see the original pages that became Amazing Fantasy #15, the origin of Spider-Man. Alex discusses the process of visiting the Library of Congress to see the pages and later he sits down to interview Sara Duke, the curator of Popular and Applied Graphic Art in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress about the pages and the exhibit itself.
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This episode was edited by Rick Coste. The video version of this podcast was edited by Alex Galucki. Our artwork comes handcrafted by artists Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Josh Sutton, and Ray Sumser. Our theme songs were produced by Ryland Bojack and Spider-Maj. Our animated introduction to the show is by Josh Sutton of Panels to Pixels.
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