Sharing My World 36

After not having done one in a while, I decided to respond to this week’s Share Your World.

And here we go! πŸ™‚

Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

Why tell you my preferences when I can show you? πŸ˜‰

My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.

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UPDATE: Want to find out more books I’ve read? Check out my Goodreads profile!

What is your biggest fear or phobia? (no photos please)

Pass.

What is your favorite cheese?

It’s a toss-up between mozzarella and provolone. πŸ˜‰

What is your favorite month of the year?

I dunno. πŸ˜›

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The “Return” of “Superior Spider-Man”

“Superior Spider-Man” #32 and #33 are scheduled for August and September, respectively, from the writing team of Spidey mastermind Dan Slott and his frequent collaborator Christos Gage, along with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli (illustrating issue #32) and Adam Kubert (#33).

These “Superior Spider-Man” issues will once again star Doctor Octopus’ consciousness controlling Peter Parker’s body, telling the story of the nine hours the title character was displaced from the timeline in “Superior” #19. β€œIs this an untold chapter of the past, a tale of the future, or both?” Gage asked Marvel.com.

via “Superior Spider-Man” Returns in August with “Spider-Verse” Prelude – Comic Book Resources.

Axel-In-Charge 4-18-14

This week, with the final issue of “Superior Spider-Man” now on sale, Alonso discusses the book’s success, and the risk involved with replacing a beloved character like Peter Parker with one of his archenemies for nearly a year and a half. Alonso freely admits he was initially skeptical of the idea, and details his reasons why — and how the story’s reception encourages Marvel to make more bold moves in the future. Also, Alonso shares his enthusiasm for Marvel’s current original graphic novel line, the launches of “Ultimate FF” and “Hulk,” and watching Jason Aaron’s time on the X-books come to a close. Plus, your questions, straight from the CBR forums!

via Axel-In-Charge: A Final Swing with the “Superior Spider-Man” – Comic Book Resources.