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  Amazing Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amazing Man is a name used by several fictional characters, all of them superheroes.
The second Amazing Man, better known today than the original, resides in the DC Comics universe.
Thomas's Amazing Man was Will Everett, a promising young African-American Olympian who had competed in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin but whose post-olympic career devolved into a janitorial profession.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Amazing_Man   (759 words)

 The Amazing Spider-Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amazing Spider-Man is considered to be the “lead” Spider-Man title, as it was the first (and for many years, the only) regular Spider-Man comic, and it has been in print since 1963.
With a civilian life as a married man, and a re-vamped and re-energised artistic look, the Spider-Man of the 90s was a different superhero than the Spider-Man of the previous three decades.
Bagley hit his stride on Amazing Spider-Man, which he penciled from 1991 to 199, and is considered to be the definitive Spider-Man artist of the 1990s, due in no small part to his rendition of Spider-Man being used extensively for most Spider-Man licensed merchandise of the 1990s onwards.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Amazing_Spider-Man   (3926 words)

 Opinions 36 - Hitting the Wall III: Amazing Man (Aug 2000)
Amazing Man owed his names - both of them, both the superheroic and that of his normal identity - to a Golden Age concept created by Bill Everett, the talent who worked on Sub-Mariner pieces in the forties and again in the sixties.
Amazing Man has descended from the role of heavy-hitting hero to damsel in distress.
Amazing Man's context disappeared - or, rather, writers chose to remove him from it - and, as such, his themes dissipated.
www.fortunecity.com /tatooine/niven/142/opinion/opi36.html   (947 words)

 Fantastic411 ~//~ The Amazing Spider-Man   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Today on Amazing there are 3 new videos in the Webloads section, which include a sneak peak at the opening scene of 'The Amazing Spider-Man'.
Today, Amazing recieved some new images from the creator, Guy Derritt, which can be viewed Here.
Amazing, a site fully devoted to "The Amazing Spider-Man" CGI Movie under development by Guy Derritt, is officially launched by Fantastic411.
www.fantastic411.com /amazing.html   (528 words)

 COMICON.com: Amazing Spider-Man #500
Amazing Spider-Man #100-Six arm Spider-Man and the roster of villains.
Amazing Spider-Man #400-The intended death of Aunt May. I'm sure many people will cite this as their favorite anniversary issue.
I like the older, more evolved character that we see in ASM (and of course he has to be married to MJ) as well as the Ultimate version where he's still in high school.
www.comicon.com /cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=2&t=005883   (4099 words)

 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Amazing-Man
When the first Superman imitator, Wonder Man, hit the stands only 11 months after the Man of Tomorrow himself, DC Comics sued it out of existence as blatant plagiarism — which, of course, it …
But a few months later, as the floodgates opened and superheroes became the dominant genre of comic books, the trend followers were less precise and therefore less actionable.
When Amazing-Man came out, four months after Wonder Man, DC had to endure him, because there was no legal way to shut him down.
www.toonopedia.com /amazngmn.htm   (660 words)

 Amazon.ca: Amazing Spider-Man Volume 1: Coming Home TPB: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Michael Straczynski is a man who has made his mark in many ways whether in the world of science fiction and television with the hit Babylon 5 or in the comic book industry with such books as Rising Stars and Midnight Nation.
So the basic idea is that the author created a amazing story which, to me, helped inforce the "amazing" of the amazing spider-man.
Here is the deal: J. Michael Straczynski took over as the writer of Volume 2 of "The Amazing Spider-Man" with issue #30 and has been effectively "re-inventing" the character (but in a decidedly different way than what you find being done by Brian Michael Bendis in "The Ultimate Spider-Man," which is more a "re-imaginging").
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0785108068   (1201 words)

 Amazing Spider-Man #16
Amazing Spider-Man #16 is most important for the teaming-up of two heroes that will go on to join forces many times over in the future, Spider-Man and Daredevil.
Daredevil at this point, is still a very new character and still in his yellow and fl duds and the villain they fight is the Ringmaster, a character that was introduced back in the Golden Age of comics and re-introduced in Incredible Hulk #3.
The story begins as Aunt May is still trying to convince Peter to date her friend's niece and she is given a name this time: Mary Jane.
www.samruby.com /AmazingSpider-ManA/amazing_spiderman_016.htm   (642 words)

 Amazon.com: Amazing Spider Man [MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION]: Magazines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Michael Straczynski's writing also amazed me. He came in and breathed new life into Spider-Man. The stories seemed fresh and new in a series that had grown stagnant in the nineties.
They then had to apply that model to a current issues of either "The Amazing Spider-Man" or "Peter Parker: Spider-Man." What has remained the same and what has changed over the course of almost forty years and 486 issues is rather interesting.
The current version of "The Amazing Spider-Man" can be considered as postmodern not simply because it is Volume 2, but because it is decidedly self-referential.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000C4CQA?v=glance   (1608 words)

 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: The Amazing Spider-Man
Amazing Adult Fantasy ("adult" denoting maturity of taste, not necessarily of legal status), which showcased the unconventional art of Steve Ditko (as directed by writer/editor Stan Lee), was the birthplace of Spider-Man. The adjective which, to this day, is titularly associated with the hero is a reference to that place of origin.
Re-titled Amazing Fantasy in a last-ditch effort to expand readership by not appearing restrictive, it ended with #15 (August, 1962) — the very same issue that contained Spidey's debut.
Along with several other Marvel characters, including Captain America and Iron Man, Spider-Man became an animated cartoon character in 1966.
www.toonopedia.com /spidey.htm   (701 words)

 3B Theater: Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
And all the while he flailed his arms and legs, simulating a man chicken walking up the side of the building.
They also got caught up in the video game boom and were obsessed with a new character called Video Man, a Space Invader with legs.
Man, I really feel old, but I feel a lot better after typing that.
www.badmovieplanet.com /3btheater/s/spiderfriends.html   (1961 words)

CONNORS (V.O.) Perhaps it is a reminder by a Higher Power that as man advances toward the future, we must remember that we are still children in the eyes of the universe..
The Big Man may run this particular group of thugs, but there are so many others..
BIG MAN All the time it took to put this gang together You think The Big Man is lettin' some wallcrawlin' freakshow in a fright-mask bust it up in a few seconds?
www.simplyscripts.com /scripts/amazing_spider-man.html   (12117 words)

 The Amazing Spider-Man CED Web Page
The first one I acquired was The Amazing Spider-Man, a live-action television movie from which a short-lived TV series was derived.
Not until I flipped the caddy over did I realize this was the classic 1960's cartoon series, as both caddies prominently state "The Amazing Spider-Man" on the front cover.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Vol.
www.cedmagic.com /featured/spider-man/spider-man.html   (759 words)

 Amazing Spider-Man #440   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Molten Man is acting very much like he is sleepwalking or like he has been hypnotized.
As the two get off the steamer, and explosion occurs knocking them over, the man responsible for the explosion reveals himself as the Molten Man, and he is intent on killing Alison Mongrain.
Begging for mercy, Alison is close to getting the life beat out of her by the Molten Man, but once again, Robertson tries to be the hero and attacks the Molten Man with a crowbar.
www.spider-man.info /AmazingSpider-ManR/amazing_spiderman_440.htm   (1011 words)

 SpiderFan.org - Comics : Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) : #23-#47
Amazing Spider-Man is the oldest of all the currently running Spider-Man titles.
It was briefly renamed to Volume 2 for a while, but has now returned to its original numbering.
#28 - "The Menace of the Molten Man!"
www.spiderfan.org /comics/title/spiderman_amazing-2.html   (626 words)

 The Amazing Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man (1977-1979): It aired on CBS which, in the late 1970s, became the mecca of live-action superhero shows along with other hits as "The Incredible Hulk" and "Wonder Woman".
There were a lot of characters in "The Amazing Spider-Man" that never appeared in the comics such as Jonah's secretary Rita Conway (played by Chip Fields, mother of Kim "Tutti from The Facts of Life" Fields).
On the whole, "The Amazing Spider-Man" is a fun superhero show that families can watch with a likeable cast.
www.polarblairsden.com /superheroamazingspiderman.html   (1375 words)

 Amazing spider-man back issues - The Superhero Hype! Boards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
I would tell you to buy Amazing Fantasy #15, Amazing Spdier-Man #1-50, and so on and so forth, but they would cost you around 70 thousand dollars.
Get the Amazing Spider-man 40th anniversary CD rom if you are just interested in reading.
There are currently six of them and if you get all of them you'll have Amazing Fantasy # 15 (the one that started it all) and Amazing Spider-Man # 1 through # 137 plus the Annuals and Giant Sized issues that were released.
www.superherohype.com /forums/showthread.php?t=175227   (629 words)

 Amazing Spider-Man - Reviews on RateItAll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The quitessential hero, Spider-Man broke grounds when he was first published in 1962 in Amazing Fantasy #15.
He broke the mold of the stereotypical superhero, he was a high school nerd that became a superhuman.
The Amazing Spider-Man is a truly great book, having some of the best and most memorable comic book moments of all time, such as the death of Gwen Stacy, the first appearance of Venom, Spider-Man and the Green Goblin's "final" battle, and so many more.
www.rateitall.com /i-17276-amazing-spider-man.aspx   (645 words)

 "The Amazing Spider-Man" (1978)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Plot Outline: With the powers given by the bite of a radioactive spider, a young man fights crime as a wall-crawling superhero.
Trivia: Stan Lee (Spiderman's comic book creator) disliked the show, and was vocal about his dissatisfaction with it; he once said in an interview that he felt the series was "too juvenile." (more)
I hope when the Spider Man movie comes out, that fans will rediscover this series.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0076975   (287 words)

 Abyss : JMS Comics : Amazing Spider-Man : Index
J. Michael Straczynski takes on Amazing Spider-Man and a new era unfolds as he kicks off his run with a story that will forever change the way Peter Parker looks at himself—and his ever-amazing alter ego!
JMS took over the writing for Amazing Spider-Man starting with issue #30 (or issue #471 for those keeping track at home).
JMS' Amazing Spider-Man is steaming ahead and it looks like he is on board with an exclusive contract with Marvel.
abyss.hubbe.net /comics/asm   (781 words)

 The Amazing Colossal Man (1957)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Glenn Manning is inadvertently exposed to a plutonium bomb blast at Camp Desert Rock.
Glenn Manning growing kinda reminded me about the Harryhausen hit, "20 Million Miles to Earth" Which the Ymir grows at an alarming rate from earth's air.
I think The Amazing Colossal Man is a must have for all old sci-fi fans.
imdb.com /title/tt0050118   (335 words)

 Amazing Colossal Man
The Amazing Kreskin bills himself as the world’s greatest “mentalist.” He performs an act in which he claims to read people’s thoughts, and he makes predictions about things like the Academy Award winners.
It emphasizes God’s supreme power over everything, even man’s decision whether or not to follow Christ, and thus argues that men cannot determine their own salvation or damnation; only God can do that.
The advertising icon for the brand is a large bald man standing with his arms folded.
www.annotatedmst.com /episodes/amazingcolossalman   (3967 words)

 Spiderman Cartoon Character information: Spiderman history, movies, games and more from Character Products
It was such a hit that Amazing Fantasy was renamed Amazing Spider-Man and Stan Lee was promoted.
A syndicated Spider-Man solo series aired from 1981-1982, and was followed by “Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends” (Iceman, Firestar and the Incredible Hulk) on NBC from 1982-1985.
According to the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe, Spider-Man’s official height is 5/10”, weight is 165 pounds, eye color is hazel and hair color is brown.
www.characterproducts.com /info/character_histories/spiderman_doorway.htm   (735 words)

 Amazing Spider-Man - Worlds of JMS
Straczynski started off by introducing the character of Ezekiel who forever changes the way Peter Parker views himself and Spider-Man. He also made some changes in Peter's personal life and introduced a new villain named Morlun.
On the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks, J. Michael Straczynski provided the text of Amazing Spider-Man 36 - slightly modified to be more general - for those who were unable to read the comic book.
His contract allows him to work with other properties or original characters besides Spider-Man. He has expressed interest in Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, as well as others that are already seeing print.
worldsofjms.com /spiderman   (317 words)

 Amazing Spider-Man II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Amazing Spider-Man II Amazing Spider-Man Vol II This is Marvel's new approach to the spider-man storyline.
The series may have gotten of to a slow start, but by issue 30, everything turned around.
With the new story lines by J. Michael Straczynski and artwork by John Romita Jr., Spider-man may actually be better than ever.
www.gottawiz.com /Comics/Marvel/Spider-Man/Amazing_2/Spider-Man_Amazing_2.htm   (55 words)

 BUZZSCOPE :: Amazing Spider-Man #523
I thought he collected Iron Man as one of his favourites before his parents had his entire collection thrown away (or did they sell it, I can't remember).
[quote=Marvel_Maniac] I thought he collected Iron Man as one of his favourites before his parents had his entire collection thrown away (or did they sell it, I can't remember).
I couldn't get into Iron Man until Kurt Busiek and Sean Chen did their run after Heroes Reborn.
popcultureshock.com /reviews.php?id=4762   (833 words)

 purevolume™ | Amazing Transparent Man(atm)
Amazing Transparent Man(atm) hasn't posted a blog yet.
Amazing Transparent Man(atm) hasn't posted any shows yet.
All songs, lyrics and pictures © 2005 Amazing Transparent Man(atm).
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 SPIDER-FRIENDS.COM - The Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends Webpage
The animated television series Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends originally aired on the NBC network Saturday mornings beginning in 1981.
The cartoon originally aired on the NBC network in the fall of '82 along with Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.
For those who don't already know, the solo cartoon shared many of the same designs and creators of The Incredible Hulk as well as Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends but the show is not as well known since it was not shown on a national TV network.
www.spider-friends.com   (525 words)

Cyrus Gold was murdered in the later part of the 19th Century, where his body was left in Slaughter...
Plus: On a rooftop in the Bronx sits a sad handicapped man. A prisoner of his own crippled body, how will a battle between the wall-crawler and Morbius, the Living Vampire, change his life?
Sculpted by Jean St. Jean and limited to 2,500 pieces, this detailed statue features a hand-numbered base with matching box and Certificate of Authenticity.
www.dynamicforces.com /htmlfiles/p-C99561.html   (486 words)

 The Amazing Spider-Man
Kraven's Last Hunt remains a landmark storyline which brought, however briefly, powerful new styles of storytelling and art to the long-lived title.
It features Peter during the days of his cool fl-and-white costume, a short-lived fashion change which led to the creation of a new villain before he reverted to his old red-and-blue suit.
It gives us a villain who isn't always villainous -- a man who follows a certain code of honor, as twisted as it may seem to others, and who manages by the end to show compassion in victory.
www.rambles.net /spman_kraven.html   (881 words)

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