Peter Parker, the later years

(From "Amazing Mystery Funnies", volume 2, number 12, 1939.)

9 Responses to Peter Parker, the later years

  1. John says:

    That’s just…nasty.

  2. TopHat says:

    Boy, Joe Quesada’s editorial decisions really got out of hand.

  3. X-stacy says:

    He really let himself go.

  4. Blackjack says:

    Oh, Pete… *sigh* Just hand it to Miguel, nobody’s taking you serously as a hero anymore. For shame.

  5. punkjay says:

    At least he can’t fit in the Iron Spider outfit again!

  6. Myro says:

    Wait, did they start up the Spider-Man Clone Saga again? And here, I didn’t think it could have gotten any worse.

  7. ajw says:

    spider man by the author of “where the wild things are”.

  8. Reader Kate says:

    Why do I get the feeling that spider-man has the face of the artist’s landlord?
    BTW, is that artist Basil Wolverton?

  9. Jeff Hebert says:

    Impressive, Reader Kate! Yes, that’s Basil Wolverton, doing one of the backup adventures in “Amazing Mystery Funnies” back in 1939. I love stumbling across stuff like this while doing the Random Panels, like the Frank Frazetta “True Hero” story the other day.