Saturday, October 29, 2016

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 303: It's a rich man's game no matter what they call it / And you spend your life puttin' money in his wallet


Panels from Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #158 (July 1976), script by Len Wein, breakdowns by Ross Andru, figure finishes by Mike Esposito, background finishes by Dave Hunt, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by John Constanza

Friday, October 28, 2016

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 302: Now the DA chasin' a plea, they hatin' I'm free / The case is mistaken identity


Panels from Spider-Man: Chapter One #6 (April 1999); script, pencils, inks, and letters by John Byrne; colors by Christie Scheele

Thursday, October 27, 2016

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 301: Duh duh DUH!



Panels from Marvel Knights Spider-Man #4 (September 2004), script by Mark Millar, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson, colors by Ian Hannin, color separations by Avalon, letters by Cory Petit

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Today in Comics History: Observing real teens in action, Jubilee vows: "Father, I shall become a mall rat."


Panels from "Scottie Dog" in Gotham Academy #14 (March 2016); script by Hope Larson; pencils, inks, and colors by Kris Mukai; letters by Steve Wands

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 300: Shut Yo Face



Panels from Marvel Team-Up #27 (November 1974), script by Len Wein, pencils by Jim Mooney, inks by Frank Giacoia and David Hunt, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by John Costanza

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Today in Comics History: Frontier Ben and May Parker welcome Frontier Peter Parker


Panel from Back to the Future #5 (February 2016), story by John Barber and Bob Gale, script by John Barber and Erik Burnham, pencils and inks by Marcelo Ferreira, colors by Diego Rodriguez, letters by Shawn Lee

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 299: The Secret Origin of Jonah's Mustache


Panel from Dark Reign: The Sinister Spider-Man #3 (October 2009); script by Brian Reed, pencils by Rob DiSalvo; inks by Jaime Mendoza, Jon Sibal, and/or Rob DiSalvo; colors by Andres Mossa and Antonio Fabela; letters by Jared K. Fletcher

Today in Comics History: The Three Halloween Ghosts manage to do it all in one night. Also, one week early.


Panel from Back to the Future #2 (November 2015), story by Bob Gale and John Barber, script by John Barber, pencils and inks by Marcelo Ferreira, colors by Diego Rodriguez, letters by Shawn Lee

Monday, October 24, 2016

Today in Comics History: Major change to timeline causes that one guy to carry more blueprints and papers

Also: Doc Brown rebuilds his house in a day. He is a genius!


Several pages later, after some time travel tomfoolery:


Panels from Back to the Future #2 (November 2015), story by Bob Gale and John Barber, script by John Barber, pencils and inks by Marcelo Ferreira, colors by Diego Rodriguez, letters by Shawn Lee

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 298: JJJ did not care for Luke Cage's Netflix series


Panels from Hero for Hire #12 (August 1973), script by Steve Englehart, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Billy Graham, colors by Petra Goldberg, letters by Charlotte Jetter

Wow, that's one highly-starched green necktie.

Today in Comics History: Test flight for the Hindenburg crashes on Wall Street, causes Depression


Panels from The Black Monday Murders #1 (August 2016), script by Jonathan Hickman, pencils and inks by Tomm Coker, colors by Michael Garland, letters by Rus Wooten

Sunday, October 23, 2016

366 Days with J. Jonah Jameson, Day 297: The Many Moods of J. Jonah Jameson


Panels from Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #19 (December 1964), script by Stan Lee, pencils and inks by Steve Ditko, colors by Stan Goldberg, letters by Sam Rosen