And finally, folks as a final teaser, I took one of your questions, gave it to a couple of the new Amazing Spider-Man writers and asked them to give you a hint of how they’re approaching the character. Good luck guessing.
Q: ~Spider-Man~ 06-20-2007 07:58 AM I was wondering what made you choose to do this Spider-Man gig. Was it that you have been a long time fan or something else?
Mystery Writers A and B both spoke of growing up with Spidey. “A” mentioned that he was a longtime but lapsed reader of the comics, while “B” specified the ‘60s cartoon as his Spidey touchstone, but otherwise the two could be any number of writers in Marvel's stable. (Slott and Fraction, anyone?)
Mystery Writer C:
I wasn't originally a fan, but fell in love with the character after playing him in three feature films.
Unless they’re talking about Nicholas Hammond (and stretching the definition of “feature film” to the very breaking point), it looks like Tobey Maguire is set to take a shot at writing the wall-crawler. I’m not as opposed as some to