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Is he strong? Listen bud! He’s got radioactive blood! In this season of the Amazing Spider-Talk podcast, Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio will talk about how Spider-Man finally made it into the BIG TIME under the creative pens of Stan Lee and John Romita Sr.
However, in this fifth episode, they won’t be talking about the comic at all, but wondering… WHERE’D THE WEBS GO? Yes, they’ll be talking about the first Spider-Man cartoon from 1967 with none other than Ralph Bakshi, the director, writer, and producer of seasons 2 and 3 of the show!
Links to articles about Stan Lee:
- Stan Lee Needs a Hero: Elder Abuse Claims and a Battle Over the Aging Marvel Creator
- Stan Lee Accuses Ex-Business Partner of Elder Abuse, Selling Vials of His Blood
- Fans Express Concerns About Stan Lee at Silicon Valley Comic Con
- Is Stan Lee Being Held Prisoner by Real-Life Villains?
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