Podcast #460-New Spec Book, Old Ben Suit Back, Spider-Art Thief, Holland Burns Spidey


The Spider-Panel tackles several news items in this episode. The topics include:
*A new Spectacular Spider-Man book is coming soon.
*Ben Reilly’s new suit won’t last long and he’s going back to the original hoodie.
*Venom is going to original numbering
*Spider-Man art thief.
*Popularity of Spider-Man and Elsa YouTube videos.
*Dan Slott comments on Spider-Marriage.
*New Spider-Man Marvel Legends.
*Ashley Visits the Florida Spider-Man ride.
*Tom Holland burns his Avengers script.
*Shocker set pictures from Spider-Man: Homecoming.
*Ditko News

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(4) Comments

  1. Sean

    Bit of info on one thing: Lupin III is indeed an anime character but he is meant to be the descendant of Arsene Lupin, who was a gentleman thief from french literature who I believe was probably the one actually being referenced there.

  2. George Berryman

    After the way Disney laid off their employees for H1B labor from overseas- and made their laid off employees train their H1B replacements - I'd never work for Disney Corporate. Not ever.

  3. MacFrankenstein

    I read this article this morning on the Hollywood Reporter site and I thought about Ashley's Spidey's Helper/Black Cat gaffe story: Disney Pays $3.8M for Violating Minimum Wage Rules (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/disney-pays-38m-violating-minimum-wage-rules-987174) Now, I've heard the stories and watched the documentaries about how Disney parks are an exercise in enforced perfection...but if the company is that parsimonious about costumes, will there be holes in the character continuity tutorials at Disney (or another park), instead of the performance that George suggests? Or would the employees give a damn? One summer, I worked and lived on site at a mid-size amusement part, and no, it wasn't that fun--it was more of a state of low-pay humiliation and threat, fortunately, punctuated by good moments with my future wife; I would not encourage anyone to work in one of these parks. Assuming the Spidey's Helper that Ashley encountered wasn't trolling her about Black Cat/Storm, I think she ran into one of the good guys...

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