Jul 04 2012

Behind The Panels Issue 33 – The Death of Gwen Stacy

In this issue, Marvel declares war and the San Diego Comic Con panels are announced! Alan Moore’s very particular skills. THEN Guardians of the Galaxy for 2014? Ant-Man test footage…and the Human Fly? All our latest reads PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: The Death of Gwen Stacy (or The Amazing Spider-Man issues 96-98 & 121-122).

Our next reading assignment: Fire by Brian Michael Bendis.

Hosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

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The Show

Your Show Notes:

Vintage Clip of the Week

Spidey Super Stories on The Electric Company (1974) – Spidey Meets the Spoiler!

Comic News

Marvel Declares “This Is War”
…and it’s the Punisher: http://www.thereelbits.com/2012/06/30/marvels-this-is-war-is-the-punisher-war-zone/

San Diego Comic Con Line-Up Announced

Before Before Watchmen

Movie News

Marvel planning ‘Guardians of the Galaxy‘ pic

Edgar Wright shoots Ant-Man test footage…just in time for Comic Con!

Arrow to premiere October 10

The Rest…

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The music used for this episode is the theme to the 1960s cartoon of “Spider-Man” and Aerosmith’s cover of the same song.