Archive for the ‘Peter Parker’ Category

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 36

2015/09/20

You know, it never really occurred to how…inappropriate…superhero and supervillain battles could be until just now.

HEY! I'll have you know that Miley Cyrus is known to wear way less than that! :P

HEY! I’ll have you know that Miley Cyrus is known to wear way less than that! ^_^;

Today’s kinky costume time has been brought to you by The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (June 2014) by Joe Caramagna, Peter David, Christos Gage, Dan Slott, Charles Soule, Chris Yost, David Baldeon, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Chris Eliopoulos, Marte Gracia, Joe Madureira, Marcos Martin, Ed McGuinness, Pop Mhan, Jerome Opeña, Humberto Ramos, Jaview Rodriguez, Alex Ross, Will Sliney, Skottie Young, John Dell, Alvaro Lopez, Victor Olazaba, Ramón Pérez, Cam Smith, and Jordi Tarragona.

The Weird Wide Web – Part 6

2014/09/01

You’re about to witness the most egregious misuse of hashtags since Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video.

Well...maybe you got lucky and it only made the rounds on Tumblr? ^_^;

Well…maybe you got lucky and it only made the rounds on Tumblr? ^_^;

This horrible moment in social media has been brought to you by The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (June 2014) by Joe Caramagna, Peter David, Christos Gage, Dan Slott, Charles Soule, Chris Yost, David Baldeon, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Chris Eliopoulos, Marte Gracia, Joe Madureira, Marcos Martin, Ed McGuinness, Pop Mhan, Jerome Opeña, Humberto Ramos, Jaview Rodriguez, Alex Ross, Will Sliney, Skottie Young, John Dell, Alvaro Lopez, Victor Olazaba, Ramón Pérez, Cam Smith, and Jordi Tarragona.

Supereconomics – Part 1

2014/07/03

Contrary to popular belief, comic book characters back in the Silver Age weren’t complete morons.

That's not to say some costumed adventurers weren't a bit naive, though.

That’s not to say some costumed adventurers weren’t a bit naive, though.

This harsh life lesson has been brought to you by The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March 1963) by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Peter Parker: The Amazing Super-Man

2014/03/04

No, that’s still not my typo, dammit.

But you don't use that time to proofread, apparently.

I’m guessing that you don’t devote any of that valuable time to proofreading.

Today’s skirting of copyright infringement has been brought to you by The Amazing Spider-Man #3 (July 1963) by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Peter Palmer: The Amazing Spider-Man

2014/02/28

No, that’s not a typo. Well, not my typo, anyway.

There's a masturbation joke here, somewhere, I'm sure of it.

There’s a masturbation joke here somewhere, I’m sure of it.

Today’s spelling mistake comes to your courtesy of The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March 1963) by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 9

2013/09/25

Here’s another one of my favorite pieces of original artwork: the amazing Spider-Man by the equally amazing Mike Zeck!

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Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 16

2013/02/17

If Dr. Octopus’ mindset is any indication, it would appear that supervillains approach dating the same way they do plans for world domination.

I'd love to read "Pick-Up Strategies for Supervillains" sometime.

I’d love to read “Pick-Up Strategies for Supervillains” sometime.

This novel approach to seduction courtesy of The Superior Spider-Man #2 (February 2013) by Dan Slott, Ryan Stegman, and Victor Olazaba.


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