This is a companion to my What creators have done the most good for Spider-Man thread.
What creators do you think have done the worst for Spider-Man. I may need flame-resistant suits here. Feel free to include artists, and editors.
The creators I can think of............
Howard Mackie- He was involved in the Clone Saga, and later squandered one of the greatest opportunities given to any Spider-Man writer with a year, and a half-long mediocre run on both Amazing Spider-Man, and Peter Parker Spider-Man.
John Byrne- Chapter One. He wrote scripts for the Gathering of the Five, and the Final Chapter, and was heavily involved in plotting the first eighteen issue of the Amazing Spider-Man relaunch, and that was a bad eighteen issues.
Terry Kavangh- Suggested the clone saga, and killed off both the Lizard and Lance Bannon. Created a generic mystery Spider-Man villain in Facade, and that mystery was never solved.
I have not read the work of Reginald Hudlin, so I can't judge that book.