A couple years back, Marvel earned the eternal ire of the crazier side of comics fandom by publishing "One More Day," a story that ended with Spider-Man and Mary Jane selling their marriage to Mephisto in exchange for Aunt May's life. This story kick
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I was under the impression that we -- and in the subset of "we" I'm including the people who read comics and the people who make comics --had all quietly come to an understanding. I had thought we'd all agre
Perhaps the most controversial superhero storyline in the past ten years, Spider-Man's "One More Day" polarized fans with Mephisto-powered reality warpage intended to unclutter the Webslinger's current continuity in one mysterious, marriage-stopping, Aunt May-saving swoop
As Marvel prepares to officially retcon Spider-Man and Mary Jane's wedding into oblivion with Joe Quesada and Paolo Rivera's upcoming "One Moment In Time" storyline, it's important to remember a time when the nuptials of the costumed wallcrawler and his model paramour was all the talk of the morning show circuit.
As media coverage from the time attests, Marvel pulled out all the stops for Spidey and MJ's 1987 w