Gotta go with the oldies, at least for me, Ross Andru and JRJR on the first series. I grew up with Andru's art, and it still evokes great memories. I really liked Deodato's style for Spidey and of course those great covers by him and Campbell.
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" definitely a plus in my book, so your not going to a page, then clicking over to another page, to look at how another was,... it's all here, with more info links to boot. I give this a 5 / 5 !!! Hope to pick up next months issue. "Totally agree, much easier to follow and keep up with. Great work. :)
" @Morpheus_I think so, Slott has gotten off to a good start, IMO, and the first 2 issues of "Big Time" will get you introduced to most of the current characters and situations. Being a huge spidey fan I'm biased but I think this new direction will put Spidey back on the right track. Still getting used to Ramos' art style, but he's growing on me. Grab the first 2 and give them a look, you might enjoy them. :)@The Dark Huntress said:Too late. And if I start reading now am I going to unwratand what's going on? I have never read an issue of Spider-Man before. "Resist the urge, because despite my displeasure concerning the development, I didn't saw it coming. At least not in that way. Big Time in general is an ideal jumping on point for new readers, and the first two issues are worth it.
" Spoiler tags give me the incessant urge to read it. "
I'd have to say I'm finally getting warmed up to Dick as Batman but TD is a better artist than writer. He seems to getting better with the storylines but I wish they'd get another writer and let Daniels just draw the book.
Great video, don't have pics (can't find them at the present) but I met George Perez at a con some years ago and had him autograph my Justice League postcard set(every card). Great artist and super nice guy.
I started back in the early 70's, around 6 or 7 years old, and continued until my early 20's. I stopped for a while and started again about 3 yrs ago. I never completely got out of the scene, but I stopped collecting/buying for about 20 yrs. Now I'm hooked again, buying new editions and collecting some of the old ones while getting my kids involved. Long answer for a short question. :)
I'm 43, so on and off again for about 36 years. Damn.