I drew a Spider-man page for sh*ts and giggles

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IGNORE UNTIL I FIGURE OUT HOW TO POST IMAGES :rolleyes;

 

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  • #36317

    So, in the Green Goblin’s first appearance (Amazing Spider-man #14), the Goblin tricks Spider-man into thinking he’s going to be in a movie. There are two panels between which they travel from Hollywood to New Mexico…

    …and I was like “what happened on that journey??” Well now we know… (Words & pictures by me)

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  • #36319

    That’s great!

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  • #36320

    You could probably make a series of this, a lot of compressed time in silver age comics and generally weird ideas, like a road trip with the Green Goblin.

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  • #36325

    You could probably make a series of this, a lot of compressed time in silver age comics and generally weird ideas, like a road trip with the Green Goblin.

    I’ll be leaving future episodes to others, considering how long it took me to draw this! It’s given me renewed appreciation for comic artists – you have no idea how much work goes into every page until you try it for yourself. Even as simple a page as this, with repeated elements, just involves so much work!

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  • #36332

    It is good cartooning though Steve. A lot of different expressions rather than just repeating the same panel, good work.

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  • #36337

    I love it, Steve!

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  • #36344

    That’s probably what really started them being archenemies.

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  • #37765

    Brilliant

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