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Where to start reading Mary Jane Watson?

Her first appearance was in Amazing Spider-Man #42

  • Amazing Spider-Man (esp #43-45, 96-97, 121-137, 141-149, 151-153, 156, 160-163, 167-170, 176-179, 182-183, 191-193, 201, 241-247, 256-261, 273-277, 290-293, 298, 300, 308-309, 365, 396, 398, 400, 418-419, 505, 549-543, 561, 666-673, Annual #19, 21)
  • Spectacular Spider-Man (esp #1, 5, 7, 24, 26-29, 38, 116, 119, 121, 131-132, 134-136, 166, 200, 219-220, 241-245, Annual #7)
  • Untold Tales Of Spider-Man #16
  • Spider-Man Unlimited #7
  • Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #1-4
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Parallel Lives
  • Web of Spider-Man (esp #1-3, 11-15, 31-32, 38, Annual #6)
  • Spider-Man vs. Wolverine #1
  • Marvel Team Up #20, 74-76
  • I Heart Marvel #5
  • Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #1-12
  • Amazing Spider-Man vol.2 (esp #13, 39, 43, 49-54)
  • Peter Parker: Spider-Man #29
  • Sensational Spider-Man v2 #32, Annual #1
  • The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew your Vows #1-5
  • Invincible Iron Man v2
  • Amazing Spider-Man v4 #12-15

I’m probably forgetting some, so let me know if I missed anything important

anonymous asked:

do they.... do they say "love ya" to each other a lot?????

Johnny said it once to Peter sarcastically in the early days (Marvel Team Up #1) and said “we all love you” in his holograph will (Amazing Spider-Man #657) but this is the first time I’ve seen Peter say it! :D I thought the casual way they do it – plus the hug! – made it seem like it’s a pretty normal thing for him to say, though.

Related: I’m really delighted that Peter apparently paid for lunch and is letting Johnny pick the movie.

Where to start reading Laura Kinney/X-23?

Let’s start with her first appearance in NYX #3

  • X-23 vol.1
  • X-23: Target X
  • NYX #3-7
  • Uncanny X-Men vol.1 #450-451
  • Marvel Team Up vol.3 #5-6
  • X-Men vol.2 #165
  • Uncanny X-Men vol.1 #455-460
  • Captain Universe/X-23 #1
  • New X-Men vol.2 #20-22, 23, 24-27, 28-32, 33-37, 38-41, 42-43
  • Messiah War crossover
  • X-Force vol.3
  • X-23 vol.2
  • X-23 oneshot
  • Daken & X-23 ‘Road to Hell Prequel
  • Avengers Academy #22, 29-31, 32-33, 34-37, 38-29
  • Avengers Arena
  • All New X-Men (starting from #19)

convenientalias replied to your postWeird ask, but I’ve read your Marvel fics (love…

I want to hear the exact moment you think Johnny fell in love with Peter

Okay, so the issue in question is Marvel Team Up #1, from March of 1972. This is before Gwen dies, so Peter is roughly 19, and Johnny is 19 or 20. It’s a fun Christmas team up issue where they’re flying around in the Fantasticar, trying to find the Sandman and sniping at each other. (The Marvel wikia also lists it as the first appearance of Misty Knight.)

Until they find Sandman and end up trapped, tied back to back in a water tower, in a way where only one of them can keep their head above the water at a time:

In this set-up, obviously, they can’t communicate with each other. I love this line: “I… don’t get it. Spidey’s a lot stronger than I am. Why’s he staying down so long when he could…”

Ignoring Johnny’s obvious strength kink – Johnny expects that Peter, the stronger of the two of them, would force Johnny under so he can breathe, but that’s not what Peter does, instead choosing to stay down long enough for Johnny’s face try dry off enough to flame on, while trusting that Johnny will figure out his plan without any ability to communicate between the two of them. For Johnny, who views himself as the stupid member of the Fantastic Four, that level of trust in him and his ability to think on the fly is huge. Peter staying under the water long enough to give Johnny the chance to save them is huge.

I don’t think this was like, a moment where Johnny was like “oh my god, I’m in love with him.” But I think it was the first spark for the fire, if you’ll forgive the pun.

Johnny flying off at the end with the emphasis on how good he feels even unintentionally mirrors how Johnny tends to act at the start of a relationship:

Anyway Marvel Team Up #1 is the moment I tend to root the beginning of Johnny’s romantic love for Peter unless for the purpose of a fic some other moment works better.

Mary Jane Watson/Peter Parker

Recommended Issues Reading List

  • Amazing Spider-Man #42-43, 96-97, 121-137, 141-143, 147-149, 151-153, 156, 160-163, 167-170, 176-179, 182-183, 191-193, 201, 241-247, 256-261, 273-277, 290-293, 300, 400, 419
  • Spectacular Spider-Man #1, 5, 7, 24, 26-29, 38, 116, 119, 121, 166, 219-220
  • Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7
  • Web of Spider-Man #1-3, 11-15, 31-32
  • Spider-Man vs. Wolverine #1
  • Marvel Team Up #20, 74-76
  • Amazing Spider-Man Annual #19, 21
  • Amazing Spider-Man vol.2 #13
  • Peter Parker: Spider-Man #29
  • Amazing Spider-Man vol.2 #43, 50
  • Amazing Spider-Man #539-543
  • Sensational Spider-Man Annual #1
  • The Amazing Spider-Man: renew your vows

Where to start reading Karma (Xi’an Coy Manh)?

Her first appearance was in Marvel Team-Up #100

  • Marvel Graphic Novel #4
  • New Mutants v1 (esp #1-6, 29-34, 35-54)
  • New Mutants Special Edition #1
  • Uncanny X-Men Annual #9, #501-508, 511, 513-516
  • Wolverine v2 #4-7, 27-30
  • X-Force #33-34, 75
  • New Warriors v1 #45-46, 62
  • Beast #1–3
  • New Mutants: Truth or Death #1-3
  • Mekanix #1-6
  • New Mutants v2 (esp #4-6, 8)
  • New X-Men v2 #3-15
  • X-Men v2 #183-184
  • New Mutants v3 (esp #1-5, 15-19, 20-21)
  • Astonishing X-Men v3 #49-68
  • All-New X-Men #40-41
  • Storm v3 #10-11

anonymous asked:

What's Wanda's casual clothing like?

Comic book artists don’t often put much thought into what street clothes look like, so the answer to this ends up being, ‘well, whatever.’

Or, more specifically, well, whatever reflects the period. I know nothing about the fashion of any era, and anyone hoping I’ll comment on it knowingly is outta luck. I do, however, know all about Wanda’s history, so, in lieu of summing up her style, which she doesn’t really have, I’m going to go through various periods and post some examples.

This is a long post. It’s five decades of history and no quick answers.


from Avengers Vol. 1 #16 & 18

In the 60′s, Wanda tends towards “furry” and “fancy.” She’s a celebrity who likes going to the theater. There are luxurious fur coats, but there’s also whatever that matching pink vest/pant combo above is (with a white undershirt?). Mainly, she wears generic, nondescript shirt-and-skirt outfits or dresses. The color palette isn’t too distinct either. Lots of pink, orange, red, brown, white. She’s not walking around in red red red all day, but she’s not wearing a whole range that includes blue or green either.

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Where to start reading Hellstrom?

Let’s start with his first appearance in Ghost Rider vol.2 #1-3

  • Ghost Rider vol.2 #17-19, 78
  • Marvel Spotlight #12–24
  • Giant Size Defenders #2
  • Defenders vol.1 #92-148 (especially #24-25, 32, 62-63, 94-100, 105, 118, 120-122, 125, 147)
  • Son of Satan #1-8
  • Marvel Team-Up #32, 126
  • West Coast Avengers vol.2 #14-16, 41
  • Hellstrom: Prince of Lies
  • Punisher Purgatory #1-2, 25
  • Thunderbolts Annual 2000
  • Hellstrom: Son of Satan
  • Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos #4-6
  • Last Defenders #1-6
  • Marvel Divas #1-4
  • Marvel Zombies 3 #4, 4 #1-4
  • Ghost Rider: Heaven’s on Fire
  • New Avengers vol.1 #52-54
  • Chaos War (Incredible Hulks vol.1 #620)
  • Doctor Voodoo Avenger of the Supernatural #2-3
  • New Avengers Vol 2 #1-6, 31-#34
  • Tomb of Terror #1
  • Wolverine vol.4 #2-6
  • Thunderbolts #155
  • Vengeance #1-6
  • Fear Itself (especially Fear Itself: The Fearless #6-12, Fear Itself: The Deep #4)
  • Journey into Mystery #633-641
  • Venom Vol 2 #13.1, 13.2, 13.4, 14, 23-25, 27.1, 41
  • Avengers Undercover