Sandman finds himself split over his recent reformation while Spider-Man tries to deal with the various personalities of Sandman popping up all over town.
Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story.
Today’s episode is 2003’s PETER PARKER, SPIDER-MAN #56-57 written by Zeb Wells, art by Sam Kieth of THE MAXX fame, colored by Avalon, and lettered by Randy Gentile. This truly bizarre, atmospheric story dives into the mind of Flint Marko as he wrestles to find himself after nearly fifteen years of do-goodery. Come for the art, stay for the discussion on one of Cain and Matt’s more split opinions!
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