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The Best Local Spider-Man Commentary-Duy Tano of the Comics Cube!

What’s around the Web is a section in our site that features everything Spider-man that is found in the net.

There are lots of  Spider-man sites and links to go to.  From informative sites to fandom pages, the internet has been a big part of  Spider-man popculture lore.  Hence, we will try to feature many of them for old and new Spider-man fans to enjoy.

Our 1st feature is The Comics Cube!, a famous international site created by a Filipino who happens to be a big Spider-man fan,  Duy Tano. The Comics Cube! talks about all sorts of different topics for all sorts of different forms of sequential art — superhero comics, indie comix, komiks, manga, BD. You name it, The Comics Cube! has it.

The Comics Cube! has featured Spider-man through Duy’s commentaries, reviews. It  also discusses about the technical aspects of the art form.

Duy is a fan of the Brand New Day era and a single Peter Parker which is not popular for some group of fans.  Duy has also been featured at Fullybook ads.

Whether or not you like his opinions on Spider-man, Duy’s articles are well-written and offer great insight. I highly suggest you read them especially for the newer fans.

 

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The Comics Cube! tackles all sorts of different topics for all sorts of different forms of sequential art. Superhero comics, indie comix, komiks, manga, BD — you name it, it’s a valid topic for discussion.

 

Duy Tano on Fullybook

 

All of his articles are featured here including made by his co-contributor Ben Smith:

The Comics Cube’s Spider-man articles 

Check his Spider-man week feature…

Spider-Man Week 

June 28: Top Five Most Important Spider-Man Artists of All Time

June 29: Five Spider-Man Stories You Should Take the Time To Read
June 30: Five Spider-Man Artists Who Don’t Get Enough Credit
Homages to Todd McFarlane’s Spider-Man #1
July 1: Why Electro is Awesome and You Should Never Screw Around With a Steve Ditko Design
The Five Most Important Spider-Man Moments
July 2: Top Five Spider-Man Writers of All Time
July 3: Top Five Spider-Man Villains

More Featured Spider Articles of Duy:

Firelord: Comics’ Biggest Loser

Protagonists People Think Are Heroes (Wrongly)

Spider-Man Complaints That Need to Stop

Easter Eggs: Homages to Amazing Spider-Man #33

Challenging Preconceptions

Roundtable: 10 Arguments That Never Die

On Amazing Spider-Man 700, Superior Spider-Man, and Being a Mark

Top 25 Spider-Man Stories of All Time!

Easter Eggs: Amazing Spider-Man #600

Easter Eggs: Clark Kent Visits the Daily Bugle!

Remember When James Cameron Was Supposed to Do Spider-Man?

Spider-Man: Raimi or Webb? or Why the Reboot is a Good Thing for Spider-Fans

Reviews: Spider-Island

Retrospective: Stan Lee and Steve Ditko’s Amazing Spider-Man

JMS vs. Steve Wacker: The Glaring Flaw Behind Comic Fans Analyzing Sales Figures

Three Spider-Man Fans Get Ready for Spider-Island

Superman to Break Up with Lois Lane; People Think Spider-Man and Superman Are the Same Guy for Some Reason.

Ask Duy: Five Highlights in Five Years

Spider-Man’s Mermaid Cousin!

Escher in Comics: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #655

Comics’ Biggest Boners: Stan Lee in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

Comics Cube! Reviews: Amazing Spider-Man #648 – BIG TIME!

Great Back Issues: Amazing Spider-Man 153

Tom Lyle Spider-Clone/Scarlet Spider Designs

Can We Get Over the Spider-Marriage Yet?

The Spider-Man Clone Saga: What Went Wrong (a selective summary)

Comics Techniques and Tricks: Steve Ditko (with Andy Kubert and Marcos Martin)

 

 

 

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