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Thread: First Appearance Of "Superior Spider-Man" In Daredevil #21 Tomorrow

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    Default First Appearance Of "Superior Spider-Man" In Daredevil #21 Tomorrow

    Steve Wacker told CBR a few weeks ago "The first time you're going to see Superior Spider-Man dealing with more of the Marvel Universe is at the end of "Daredevil" #21 this month", albeit set after Amazing Spider-Man #700.

    What I didn't realise t the time, was that meant this was going to be the first appearance of Superior Spider-Man full stop, at last after he has declared himself such.

    By Mark Waid, Chris Samnee and Javier Rodriguez, Daredevil #21 is published tomorrow. One retailer tells me that it is a "crushing appearance".

    Make of that what you will.
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    Murdock realises it's not Pete straight away judging from the previews. He better tell EVERYONE.

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    Drive that speculation Rich

    Will this issue rank up there in collectibility with Civil War #2? Where Spider-Man revealed his identity (now valued at 99 cents on eBay)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hank Pym View Post
    Murdock realises it's not Pete straight away judging from the previews. He better tell EVERYONE.
    since when has the Marvel Heroes ever been that proactive or helpful?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackfist View Post
    since when has the Marvel Heroes ever been that proactive or helpful?
    Back in the 70s/early 80s when they had a decent creative staff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjack View Post
    Back in the 70s/early 80s when they had a decent creative staff?
    cheap shot, using examples before I was born
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackfist View Post
    since when has the Marvel Heroes ever been that proactive or helpful?
    Stark tried and everybody called him a fascist for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybeland View Post
    Stark tried and everybody called him a fascist for it.
    being proactive and being a dick are two completely different reasons, he may as well set fire to a hospital to kill all superbugs ('the hell? )
    Last edited by Blackfist; 12-20-2012 at 07:00 AM.
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    Why put a lame idea into a great book?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marveldcman View Post
    Why put a lame idea into a great book?
    A certain somebody edits both books. Thus the 'lame' connection is made

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