Is that Stan Lee as moderator??
Good one Arachnid Boy!
What about Kermit the Huge? Now know as the Incredible Hulk!
Brain-storm-ing can result in some Fantastic ideas and outcomes.
I like Scott Hilburn’s way with words, but when it comes to art, he’s no Jack Kirby.
well, this is a new wrinkle…
From a Marvel fan who bought the comics back in the 60’s, great job, Scott!!
I am Tree Man!
Frankly, I’m kind of surprised that comic books don’t show up as themes more often in comic strips. I’m pretty sure their creators are some kind of lodge brothers (or sisters).
And what’s up with the woman who ghosts everyone?
first thought these were The Big Bang gang discussion
He’d be a SUPER HERO. He’d only need to carry a lot of Preparation H. Granted, an obscure reference.
The idea for Doc Octopus came about from a bad date.
How about a guy who flies around at night, eating insects? I call him: Bat Man.
I liked this comic today.
Stan Lee mentioned that he had a very hard time selling Spiderman to his bosses, a superhero that was a meek teenager instead of a big brave man.
Ah, the infamous golf game between the higher ups at Marvel and DC…if that never happened, Marvel might not exist today.
There’s something missing: Stan Lee running around getting all the credit.
Not pictured all the drug use in the writer room
I wouldn’t know, I never opened one of their comics. Superheroes do nothing for me.