Category Archives: Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane

  • Spider-man Loves Mary Jane Season 2 #5 Review

    Interesting Tidbit Volume 3 #5: Again, taken from an interview with Terry Moore on Newsarama.com: “No, I don’t think it’s primarily a young girl book, but it IS very accessible to young girls.  I never lose sight of the fact that I want somebody Mary Jane’s age to be…

  • Spider-man Loves Mary Jane Season 2 #4

    Interesting Tidbit Volume 3 #3:  Taken from a Newsarama.com interview with Terry Moore:  “Craig Rousseau is the artist on this series, and his art is different from the look that Mary Jane has had previously.  Mary Jane originally start off kind of cartoony, then it went manga-looking, and now…

  • Spider-man Loves Mary Jane Season 2 #3

    Interesting Tidbit Volume 3 #3:  Did you know that Terry Moore writes and draws his own comic?  The comic ECHO is a story that revolves around Julie, a young photographer who inadvertently discovers the Beta Suit.  Moore has said the premise of ECHO is a woman living in today’s…

  • Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane: Season 2 #2

    Interesting Tidbit Volume 3 #2:  Differing from the normal layouts of comic covers these days, the SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE covers usually have little to do with the internal story material (though if you study it, there is always a subtle reference to the story).  Perhaps two of my…

  • Spiderman Loves Mary Jane: Season 2 #1

    Interesting Tidbit Volume 3 #1: Literally translated, “manga” means “whimsical pictures,” a word first used in the 18th century with the publication of such works as Santo Kyoden’s picturebook “Shiji no yukikai” (1798). It was also used in the early 19th century with such works as Aikawa Minwa’s “Manga…