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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberHubbs View Post
    Was that Ed Boone?
    It was Booth drawing those issues, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz Abbasi View Post
    "Erik Larsen" art is ugly, but it is way better than that
    Oh wait, you have a thing for bad art
    What's "bad" art?
    Be all you can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Thompson View Post
    It was Booth drawing those issues, I think.
    Booth. Yeah. Not sure where I got Boone from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Thompson View Post
    It was Booth drawing those issues, I think.
    It is, I really thought that Brett's Venom was spot on.
    Why should I want to make anything up? Life's bad enough as it is without trying to invent any more of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Thompson View Post
    What's "bad" art?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Thompson View Post
    What's "bad" art?



    Sorry Schmitty, I know it's your favourite but still....
    Schmitty's Evil Twin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coconutphone View Post



    Sorry Schmitty, I know it's your favourite but still....
    That bulldog is such a lousy fuckin' cheater. They should take him outside and beat him with a rolled-up newspaper.
    I know Kevin Nichols through a guy that knows a gal. Small world!

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    I think I have every appearance of Spider-Man from 1967 to 1990 or so. The only holes in that timeframe are: some random giveaway comics involving toothpaste, a couple Petey Parker stories, a few Spider-Ham stories, and much of Spidey Super Stories (those things tend to be damned expensive).

    I only have a few random issues of the first 85 issues of Amazing Spider-Man, but I have access to all the issues in Ombinus/Masterworks, with which I'm content.

    Spider-Man made too many guest appearances in the '90s, and I think I'm giving up on getting all of them, though I have a large number of them.

    I have almost* every comic in which Spider-Man is the title character up until 2004 or so, when I started getting lots of things in trade. I have every main Spidey title up until the first issue of Brand New Day, when I started exclusively buying trades. I slowly but surely get most Spider-Man things Marvel puts into trade.

    All told, I think my Spider-Man collection is some 2,500 comics, plus several trades and such. Though I might need to think a bit harder about that estimate. Definitely more than 2000 and I suspect it's still less than 3000 comics.

    *I'm still missing a couple parts of the Planet of the Symbiotes, Untold Tales of Spider-Man #22, a couple issues of Spider-Man Unlimited, and probably a couple other things. EDIT: On closer inspection, I'm also missing a few issues of Spider-Man Adventures and Adventures of Spider-Man. I'm sure I'm overlooking a couple random things.
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    I only really keep trades. The one's I have:

    Kraven's Last Hunt
    Coming Home
    New Avengers

    Marvel Knights 1-12

    Spider-Man Blue

    New Avengers Vol 1
    New Avengers Vol 2
    New Avnengers [the magneto story]

    Ultimate Spider-Man the Ultimate Collection
    Ultimate Spider-Man [The First full GG story]
    Ultimate Spider-Man [Venom]
    Ultimate Spider-Man [The Clong Saga]
    Ultimate Spider-Man [Death of a Goblin]

    The Complete Clone Saga Vol. 1

    I have single issue laying around, but not a collection

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    Spectacular Spider-Man (vol.1)

    -1, 24 , 27 , 41 , 66 , 67 , 75 , 92 , 95 , 100-102 ,104-111, 117 , 120 , 123 , 126 , 133 , 134 , 148 , 158 , 171 , 175 , 200 , 205 , 212 , 214 , 217 , 219 , 220 , 222-263. Annuals : 3,7,8.

    Peter Parker , Spider-Man :

    -1 , 1 , 4, 5, 15 , 16 , 19 , 26 , 28 , 30 , 32 , 44 , 45 , 48-
    54 , 56-98 . Annual : 1997


    Spider-Man Teamup

    2, 5, 6, 7


    Sensational Spider-Man (Vol.1)

    0-33 . Annual 1996


    Spiderman (Vol.2)

    1-57

    Web of Spider-Man

    4, 7, 8 , 50 , 56 ,57 , 65 , 67 , 99 , 100 , 105 , 108 , 114-119 , 121 , 123 , 124 ,126-129 . Annual 4

    Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man

    1-10 , 17.

    MK Spider-Man

    1-22

    Spectacular Spider-Man (vol.2)

    1-9 , 11, 12, 14, 15,20 ,22


    I also have the one shots and other stuff along the way as usual. Plus a reason I stopped gettin ASM back issues was because I have the 40 Years of ASM DVD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Thompson View Post
    What's "bad" art?
    Rob Liefeld!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDMacQ View Post
    Rob Liefeld!?
    The art of that guy is usually more appealing to the eyes than the art in Spider-Man/Backlash
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    I hated the cover of issue 312 of Amazing at the time, it put me off Spidey for years because I thought that this style was now the norm, just shows you what I knew. However a few of the recent issues are also putting me off because the art does not capture a good Peter Parker likeness. Although I would be the first to admit that I could not even begin to draw to that standard let alone say Gene Colan.

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    616

    Essential Spider-Man 1
    Essential Spider-Man 2

    Marvel Premiere HC Death of the Stacys

    Spider-Man Vs the Black Cat

    Spectacular Spider-Man 100

    Spider-Man: Son of the Goblin
    Spider-Man: The Lost Years
    Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives

    Peter Parker Spider-Man 75 (the end of the clone saga)

    (from here on, mostly TPB or complete arcs)

    Amazing Spider-Man: Coming Home
    Amazing Spider-Man: Revelations
    Amazing Spider-Man: Until the Stars Turn Cold
    Amazing Spider-Man: The Life and Death of Spiders
    Amazing Spider-Man: Unintended Consequences
    Amazing Spider-Man 500
    Amazing Spider-Man: The Book of Ezequiel

    Spider-Man: The Other

    Amazing Spider-Man: Road to Civil War
    Amazing Spider-Man: Civil War
    Amazing Spider-Man: Back in Black
    Amazing Spider-Man: One More Day

    Amazing Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol1
    Amazing Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol2
    Amazing Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol3

    Amazing Spider-Man: Election Day
    Amazing Spider-Man 600

    Ultimate
    Ult. Spider-Man: Power and Responsibility
    Ult. Spider-Man: Learning Curve
    Onward, to futility!

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    Fairly substantial. 62 issues away from a complete run on Amazing. Full runs on Web, Spectacular, Peter Parker, Sensational, Friendly Neighborhood, Adjective-less, Unlimited, Ultimate, and Spider-Man Family. Nearly complete run of Marvel Team-Up. Most mini-series. I think it's pretty safe to say that if Spidey appeared in a comic book after 1970, I probably have it (I'm sure I am missing some, but I would say most of his appearances I have). I do buy all variant covers to Spidey books, so I have most of them (except that Niagara Falls issue of Ultimate...I want it!). Plus a crapload of random toys, posters, trading card boxes, clothing, etc. Some original artwork. Stamps. Puzzles. All kinds of stuff that my wife doesn't understand.

    You know what I don't have any of? The Randy Bowen statues. I don't know why. I love them, I just never bought one.

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