Chris: Welcome back to Spider-Man Japan, our series of in-depth reviews on the 1978 live-action Spider-Man show where he fought monsters with a giant robot. If you've been following along for the past few months, you'll know that we skipped over Valentine's Day because we didn't think we'd have an appropriate episode. I hate to admit it, but that was a mis
Chris: Hello everyone, and welcome to this week's installment of Spider-Man Japan, our unnecessarily in-depth series on Toei's 1978 live-action Supaidaman show! This week... I think the only word that even
Chris: Welcome back to Spider-Man Japan, ComicsAlliance's far too in-depth review of the 1978 live-action Japanese Supaidaman show! Over the past two months, we've seen Spidey facing down giant monsters, master thieves and even his own best friend. This week, though, he faces the most terrify
Chris: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance's weekly breakdown of the 1978 Japanese live-action Spider-Man series! This week, we're up to Episode 6, and folks, before we get started, I have to warn you: This one has a Parental Advisory.
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Chris: Welcome back to Spider-Man Japan, ComicsAlliance's way-too-in-depth review of Toei's 1978 live-action Spider-Man TV show! I hope you guys like stories of stolen missiles and terrorist plots that everyone forgets about as soon as a truck drives past an adorable orphan, because that's exactly what we're working with this week.
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Chris: Welcome back to Spider-Man Japan: ComicsAlliance's in-depth review of Toei's 1978 live-action Spider-Man series! Last week, I said that Episode 3 was far and away my favorite of the series so far, so I figured that this week's episode would be a little bit of a letdown. Folks... Not only is this my favorite Japanese Spider
Chris: Hello everyone, and welcome back to Spider-Man Japan, ComicsAlliance's in-depth examination of the 1978 live-action Spider-Man TV series from Toei. Today, we're taking a look at the second episod
Chris: After 64 weekly columns where David Uzumeri and I took on the best and worst super-hero stories that American movies and TV had to offer, I wanted to do something different. That's why this week,
While superheroes as we know them are largely American creations, characters like Superman, Spider-Man and Batman are highly recognizable not only this country, but all over the world. So can we really blame other countries for wanting to take them and make them their own? Well, in strictly terms of copyright, yes, but in spirit, ComicsAlliance celebrates the bizarre, ridiculous bootleg mashups of our most memorable heroes with the low production values of moviemakers in diverse cultures around the globe