Yeah yeah, the ol’ “Top Ten Best Spider-Man Stories,” we’ve all seen it. But have you ever seen a ranking of the top ten best Harry Osborn stories? No? Well, how about this one? 10. “24 Hours” Date: 1987Issue: Spectacular Spider-Man #130Writer: Bob LaytonArtist: Jim Fern A sweet and simple tale where Spider-Man has, you… Read More The Top Ten Best Harry Osborn Stories
When you read the entire Harry Osborn arc in one go, certain things jump out at you. One of my favourite details is this: on three occasions (gotta love the rule of three), Harry is driven away leaving Peter alone in the road at the end of the story. First, in Amazing Spider-Man #137: Second,… Read More Three Roads
Poor Harry. Ever since the early 90s death has pursued him relentlessly through multiple universes and usually it catches up with him in all the most tragic ways possible. What’s a fan to do? Rank the death scenes, obviously. From worst to best! 8. Amazing Spider-Man #74 (2021) Written by Nick Spencer, illustrated by Patrick… Read More The Many Deaths of Harry Osborn, Ranked
This book was published in 2004 and it’s full of fascinating tidbits about the world of Spider-Man. And I’m guessing if you’re here, you want to see what the Spider-Man creators had to say about Harry! Well, he’s not discussed much (obviously, there is a LOT to cover in this book) but there’s some great… Read More Harry snippets from “Comics Creators on Spider-Man”
Not art this time… or is it? This was posted by neverwasastoryofmorewhoa, and it’s a comic connection I’ve never seen made before. A beautiful juxtaposition. I love it so much.
J.M. DeMatteis looks back at one of the best Spidey stories ever, Spectacular Spider-Man #200 I think a lot of people consider J.M. DeMatteis the “main” contributor to the character of Harry Osborn. Obviously the foundations were set by Stan Lee, but DeMatteis built so much on them. …Which frankly makes it even odder that… Read More SyFy Wire interview with J.M. DeMatteis