classic spider man


Electro Sticker process video.

“Don’t deceive with belief… Knowledge comes with death’s release.” 

Thank you for providing the soundtrack of my life. I can’t remember a time before your influence and it’s hard to even fathom a world without you in it. You are my Elvis… my Lennon… and I didn’t even fully realize that until you were gone. It’s been a hard week, but I take solace in the fact that your inspiration will live on as you transcend through the universe. Rest in Peace, Starman.


The main book, Amazing Spider-Man, has kept things fresh by stretching the character and his situation. It’s still classic Spider-Man at its core, but transposed into new settings. With this book, we’re using the same Spider-Man in-continuity but shifting the spotlight back to his NYC environment and supporting cast. [… ] If I had, like, a true mission statement for the title though, it would be: “Have fun, have heart, have stakes.” My personal mission statement going into the book is “With great power comes something something I don’t know I’ve never had power before.”

and a happy new year

ebbywaffle  asked:

Hey! just wondering, while I like it as a whole, I tend to think one thing that Batman Beyond lacked were interesting antagonists to Terry's Batman. Most of them just seemed like futuristic versions of Bruce Bat ones or literally one of his. I like Mad Stan tho but he's one that's only good in doses lol. What do you think?

I actually think there’s more of an argument to be made that Batman Beyond’s villains are actually revisions of classic Spider-Man villains (Spellbinder=Mysterio, Inque=Venom, Blight=Green Goblin, Shriek=Shocker, Stalker=Kraven) and Terry is basically Peter Parker with a badboy streak being mentored by Batman. But that’s an old observation. 

Again, this is why even if they’re disliked by a lot of people, I really enjoy episodes like “Splicers” and “The Eggbaby” and so on because those are examples of things that can only be seen in Terry’s world. 

But that’s just my opinion. 


Funkos’ Spider-Man Homecoming reveals. They were really released last night, but HEY TOYFAIR!

So what was shown was they’re POPS! as seen with movie Spider-Man, the prototype suit, Peter himself, and Vulture.

Next is their Dorbz line, where they miniaturize and “cutify” certain characters with the eyes. I don’t know anything about these, but I’ll pick this up.

A plush….it’s just a plush, yet I must have it. Don’t know why, don’t know where I’m gonna put it, but I’m gonna get it, don’t judge me.

Keychain, gonna get it, I don’t even have keys, but it’s Spider-Man, so why not?

And last but maybe not least, their Pint-Sized Heroes line. They’ve had a Spider-Man classic line I seat Hot Topic. I don’t think anything or too much about them, so they’re an easy pass for me unless someone or something catches my eye.

Dan Slott on the Future of Flash Thompson “Switching gears slightly, Marvel recently teased the return of Eddie Brock as Venom in the pages of the Venom ongoing series from Mike Costa and Gerardo Sandoval. Brock as Venom is one of the few classic, iconic Spider-Man villains you haven’t written. Do you have plans or desires to do so?”

Dan Slott: “Hm, actually, every time I’ve used Eddie he’s been Anti-Venom…
This is going to sound weird. Who doesn’t like Venom? The stuff they’ve got planned for the new Venom series is amazing. I don’t want to spoil any upcoming twists they’re doing - or future things we might be doing that are Venom-y - but I will say one of the things I’m really looking forward to is that now that Flash Thompson is no longer Venom we will be folding Flash back into the cast [of Amazing Spider-Man]. I’m very excited to have Flash rejoin the title and one of the things we’ve been doing in Amazing Spider-Man is we’ve been slowly bringing Betty Brant back and letting Harry have a more prominent role. You’re going to see a lot of the classic Spidey cast make their way back into the book.”