penpencilandpoison:

Spectacular Spider-Man #184

Mary Jane, master in the fine art of Spider-bending.

Spectacular Spider-Man vol II #17 (September 2004), Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos.
lonelyantics:






Whatcha doin’, Peter?
Research.




science™

Spectacular Spider-Man vol II #17 (September 2004), Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos.

lonelyantics:

Whatcha doin’, Peter?

Research.

science™

MJ: I remember Pete once told me he actually put off meeting me because he was sure I’d be a real dog. Silly boy.

Spectacular Spider-Man vol I #112 (March 1986), Peter David (writer) and Mark Beachum (pencils).

I can’t help but feel that this scene would come across more as intended if MJ’s spine hadn’t been replaced by a slinky.

MJ: Wow. It blew up. Guess demons aren’t as tough as they look…like some advertising agency executives I could mention.

WEXLER: S-sorry. You don’t advance in advertising by being courageous, Ms. Parker.

MJ: Yeah, but it takes guts to succeed as a model. Next to fending off overly-amorous agency reps, fighting demons is a cinch. Let’s rebuild that barricade.

Spectacular Spider-Man vol I #147 (Feb 1989), Gerry Conway (story) and Sal Buscema (art).

Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7 (aka the Honeymoon annual), by Jim Owlsley (aka Christopher Priest) and Alan Kupperberg. Sorry, Joe, but that doesn’t really sound like MJ slept with Bruce the night before the wedding. Color me disappointed.

Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7 (aka the Honeymoon annual), by Jim Owlsley (aka Christopher Priest) and Alan Kupperberg. Sorry, Joe, but that doesn’t really sound like MJ slept with Bruce the night before the wedding. Color me disappointed.