9 Insanely Mature And Ultra-Violent Spider-Man Story Arcs – Explored

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When it comes to gloomy comics, Spider-Man might be the last figure that comes to mind. Spidey, on the other hand, has shown himself to be a pretty dark character on occasion. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko of Marvel introduced the world to Spider-Man in Amazing Fantasy #15, which was first published in 1962. Over the next three years, the pair would publish 38 editions of the Wall-escapades crawler’s before Ditko left. However, the roots of being the world’s most popular superhero had already been sowed, and under the watchful eye of Lee and co., Spider-Man quickly catapulted into the mainstream’s notice. Comic book enthusiasts, on the other hand, are well aware that their favorite storylines from these long-running character franchises have plenty of grim moments.

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0:00 Intro
1:51 KRAVEN’S LAST HUNT
3:21 BACK IN BLACK
5:43 THE DEATH OF JEAN DEWOLFF
7:25 SPIDER-MAN: GRIM HUNT
8:52 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’S ‘SHED’
11:17 SPIDER-MAN: REIGN
13:03 THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 121 [GWEN STACY’S DEATH]
14:26 SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN 226 [HITTING A PREGNANT MARY JANE]
15:57 ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN 160 [PETER DIES]

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