Even if you don’t read comics, you probably know about Spider-Man. Peter Parker’s story, initially developed by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee, set a revolutionary precedent for a story about a young, down-on-his-luck hero who still managed to save the day. Nevertheless, even if you are the world’s biggest Spider-Man fan, you still probably know very little about the lives of his enemies when they’re not fighting the wall-crawler.
Last Summer, Marvel launched The Superior Foes of Spider-Man, a humor comic that focuses on the escapades of the new Sinister Six, including Boomerang, Shocker, Speed Demon, the new Beetle, and Overdrive (yes, you counted correctly; there are only five of them). This series has flown under the radar of most comic readers, evidence by its sadly low sales figures, but has received acclaim and a strong fanbase nevertheless. Today I’m here to convince you to check out The Superior Foes of Spider-Man!
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