The Tears Of A Spider-Man – And The Freak Out Of A Spider-Boy

Edel Rodriguez’s art from The Village Voice, illustrating an article on Amazing Spider-Man #700 and an interview with Dan Slott.

When I was a kid, I liked the Spider-Man cartoons, but the thing that got me into comics was Spider-Man coming to my town to a 7-Eleven to sign comics. I was eight, and I brought my first comics for him to sign. I got there early because I wanted to see him swing him in. This was Spielbergian California, like E.T. or Poltergeist, and after a while I started freaking out because I realized there were no tall buildings for him to swing on.

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