And now, the ISB proudly presents the final Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy. Jim Salicrup’s allegedly educational masterpiece has given us a lot of joy over the past year, from the Thanoscopter to Webby-Two and so many candidates for the greatest panel of all time, but with the final scene from #31, the ISB says goodbye to the greatest comic book ever printed.
I give you… The Star Jaws.
Now cracks a noble heart. Good-night, sweet prince;
And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.
—William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act V, Scene 2
And now, your Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy for the evening, continuing the spine-tingling saga of the Star Jaws:
SPIDER-MAN AND DOCTOR DOOM
FIGHTING WITH LIGHTSABERS.
My work here is done.
And now, your Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy for tonight:
Now it has been revealed: The Terrifying Secret of… The Star Jaws.
Spidey Super Stories #31. Still the greatest comic book of 1978.
Which of the following panels from Spidey Super Stories #26 is the most crazy awesome?
A – Dinosaurs Take Manhattan:
B – The Mind of a Modern Gorilla:
Or C – The Pajama-JJJ-Jammy-Jam:
Be prepared to back up your decision… with Maths.
Your Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy for tonight:
Quite possibly the most aggressively nonsensical thing I have ever seen, from Spidey Super Stories #7.
And now, your highly philosophical Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy for the night:
Huh. Guess he did.
The scintillating saga of Spider-Man and his gigantic hand grenade can be found in Spidey Super Stories #23, which was written by the single greatest name in comics history, Kolfax Mingo.
And now, continuing the thrilling saga that began last week, your Spidey Super Stories Moment of Joy for tonight:
Because really: If there’s one thing better than Super Stories Jonah Jameson, it’s Super Stories Doom.