Episode 041: July 1978
Issues: Amazing Spider-Man #185, X-Men #114
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Pete graduates college, at least 5 X-Men die, and Tim from Omaha Bound (our sponsor), co-hosts with the lads...only one of these actually occurs in Crusader Chronicles (featuring Spidey 185 and UNCANNY X-Men 114)!
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Amazing Spider-Man #185: It's a first read for me! (Dang it, Delvin!)ReplyDelete
I like it, but it's not wow-ing me. Plus inaccurate. It's not "the shadow of Spider-Man" that caused his problems, it's Peter being DUMB! Unless... before getting powers, Peter was totally into school and wouldn't have missed a class on his life. Pre-spider Peter would have taken the stupid gym class!
Also, what's the FitBit score for webswinging? Asking for a friend.
Fighting White Dragon was ok, but Spidey should have said "go home, son!" And the graduation story didn't deliver emotionally. It wasn't funny/dramatic/tragic. I just was shaking my head. So if that was the desired reaction, Mission Accomplished!
X-Men #114: It's a re-read for me. I binge-read the early Claremont issues shortly after getting the Marvel Universe App, and I ain't sorry! It was awesome!
Byrne gives a super-moody cover, and makes me want to pick up the issue to find out if the X-Men are *really* dead or not, so it did its job!
As a wise man once said, sometimes you have to eat the filler. But good filler all the way. Not an issue to be skipped. And dang Storm. The Thighs are Right!