I mean, DOOD.
And McFarlane would totally do it, too. C'mon, I'm sure he's tired of making those dragon & S&M Wizard of Oz figures by now, isn't he?
Are you with me? Are you with me?
Who's with me?
(See, you all think I'm joking...but from a marketing standpoint this is $ in the bank. I'm talking BANK!)
I'd be down for that. Actually, if they brought back a bunch of guys from that era (Michelinie, Larsen, DeMatteis, Buscema) I'd be pleased.ReplyDelete
Hell yes! That would rock!!! But McFarlane would never go for it.... I'm just anxiously awaiting the Kirkman/ McFarlane series. The best part about it will be the awesome writing!ReplyDelete
I'd lay out good money for a Todd McFarlane Spider-Man Omnibus edition.ReplyDelete
Yay! Todd rocks!ReplyDelete
you guys ever heard him say 'quirky'?
well. I'D buy it.ReplyDelete
but I don't see it happenin' while Marvel wants to stay in Gaiman's good graces. Y'knaw?
Spider-Man #13 probably has my favorite "Married Peter & MJ" scene of all time. I actually referenced it in a discussion/debate with a friend of mine recently in defense of the characters' marriage. ... Toddy M. back on Spidey? I'd give it a serious look!ReplyDelete
Oh man...this would be some awesome stunt casting. I don't know how readable it would be, but then, Young Matt did take quite a shine to the McFarlane Spidey back in the day.ReplyDelete
ah... yuck, no thank you!ReplyDelete
Wait, are people actually being serious? Todd McFarlane, rocks? Whaaaat? I mean, I don't hate-hate him, but...ReplyDelete
I actually agree.ReplyDelete