Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Daily Spider Bomb! Spidey vs. Random New Yorkers Week 5!

Lady, your eyes!  Jesus, cut that out!

Those two are the best argument for full-faced masks I can think of.

Ha ha!  The Amazing Spider-Man gets taunted by children!  What joke can I make that burns better than that?  You got served!  (And that rhyme is awesome.)

"Because Mary Jane never gets on my case to unmask, in fact she insists I keep it on when... hey, wait a second."

Oh good for you.  Do you own a bunch of telex machines and Model Ts too?

I'm genuinely digging both Jonah heads in this strip.  The question mark/owl face/ cigar puff combo in the last panel is just killer.  

"So now I can lead my non-celebrity life -- oh jeez I should've mentioned Daft Punk!"


JPX said...

I'm so happy that you're posting a week's worth of strips at a time. The beginning of this story is so glacially paced that it's a relief to take it in all at once!

I find it remarkable that the Sunday strip not only summarizes the entire week but it reminds readers once more that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. Is the writer afraid that a new reader doesn't know that?

The artwork is terrific for this strip and it reminds me of when comic books were fun/silly.

Anonymous said...

Wow, another Spider-bomb post! Thanks Octo, It's so fun to read a whole week's worth of strip at once. Anyway, let's see what happenes in this Spider-week...

Huh? now Spidey is questioning himself whether or not he should reveal himself to public? Spidey should know that it's a terrible idea becaus he's not as wealthy as Tony Stark. Also, he's not a member of The Avengers.

"Twinkle Twinkle little Spidey ... What's the sceret that you hidey"?! LOL! I agree with you Octo, that rhyme is awesome indeed!

Whoa, Rob said that to JJJ? Way to go, Rob! It's about time someone spoke the truth at Jameson's face. I can't wait to see what happens next in this story. I hope Rob gives Jameson some rough talking.

@JPX, you're right. the sunday strip artwork is terrific indeed, it reminds me John Romita's classic Spider-Man artwork.