Panel(s) of the Day #4 (Mary Jane Monday!)


Panel of the Day proudly presents: Mary Jane Monday! Every Monday I’ll be posting panels featuring Mary Jane Watson (exactly what it says on the tin). Naturally, I’d be remiss if I didn’t start with this one:

Thus, Peter Parker’s life was changed forever!

Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #42

Published: c. September, 1966?
Cover Date: November, 1966

“The Birth of a Super-Hero!”
Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: John Romita
Inker: John Romita
Letterer: Sam Rosen

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(4) Comments

  1. Chi-Town Spidey

    Mary Jane is my favorite supporting character!She DESERVES better than what she has been scripted over the last ten years.Her and Peter just work so well together. She's such a strong character without super powers.

  2. André L. Santana

    This is comic book history.Mary Jane Mondays gives us an extra readon to smile on this hard day. Awesome idea.More than Lois Lane, Betty, Veronica or any other female comic book character, Mary Jane Watson showed what a non-superhero woman in Comics could be made of.The highest Kudos to Lee, Romita, Conway, Kane and Andru.Crawlspace rules.

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