The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 091

Stan Lee Presents The Amazing Fantasy of Spider-Man


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Face it friend, this podcast’s got everything! A book-length super thriller! Not a trick! Not an imaginary tale– Death without warning! How can Spider-Man go on after being faced with this almost unbelievable death? Stan Lee No More! The Final Chapter! Jam-packed with special surprise features! Don’t waste a minute! Nuff said!

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2 thoughts on “The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 091”

  1. Felt like Frank had a definite answer that he didn’t give about Marvel Rushmore, but I think Chris Claremont probably has the best claim.

    Now, I’m not entirely sure if I want Ditko on there, as I tend to think his contribution wasn’t quite as important as Jack and Stan (or even Claremont), but I realize that’s a personal bias as I like neither his art nor his opinions. If I take him out of the equation, I don’t really have anyone better to put on there though. Everyone (including Claremont) is simply standing on the Big 3’s shoulders. Loyal John Romita comes closest, and keeps the writer/artist balance on the mountain.


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