MARY JANE stands in the midst of chaos as spider-powered New Yorkers wreak havoc downtown.
MJ: I swear, if we’re doing the clone-thing again, I’m going back to L.A.
MJ: (seeing a flying newsstand about to land on a child) That kid!
MJ: (she tackles him out of the way) Don’t worry! I gotcha! You’re gonna be okay.
CREEPY GUY IN SPIDEY’S FF UNIFORM: Quick thinking, Red.
MJ: Tiger? Is that you?
CREEP: (getting in her space, nuzzling at her neck as he lifts his mask) Oh, I’ll be your tiger, pussycat. I’ll be anything you want.
BEN GRIMM: (from off-panel) That ain’t no way to treat a lady, pal! And furthermore —
BEN: (charging in and punching the creep’s lights out) — don’t disrespect the uniform!
MJ: (as she’s snatched to safety by Reed Richard’s elongated arm) Whoa!
BEN: Howdy, MJ!
REED: You all right, Ms. Watson?
MJ: I’m fine, Dr. Richards! But that’s not important. What’s going on here? And where’s Pete?
Amazing Spider-Man #667, Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos. MJ gets into the thick of things! And we have more Ben+MJ cuteness. “Where’s Pete?” will be a bit of a refrain this storyline as far as MJ’s concerned.
My Associate Producer Harry Go has this monstrosity on his desk. He calls it Thing-Goro. I call it one of the coolest toys in the office. It’s not some rare variant, it’s just two Thing toys mashed together.
The Devourer of Worlds says, “S’up?”
The Fantastic Four, Galactus & Silver Surfer
40 Films That Need Comic-Book Sequels
1. Blade Runner
The Film: Moody, mind-bendy sci-fi from Ridley Scott following burnt-out future cop (or ‘Blade Runner’) Deckard as he chases down superhuman beings (or ‘Replicants’).
The Comic-Book Continuation: What we want – more Blade Runners, more shifty Replicants and more neo-noir intrigue. What we don’t want – stuff set in space.
Essential Element: Rainy imagery and neon-blushed cityscapes. Is it too much to ask that each issue also comes with a Vangelis CD?
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