The 'Lost' Pages… Re-Release. Day 1.

Back in 2010, I released all the pages from the original ‘Revelations’ trade Paper back. This has since gone out of print. (It’s very very likely it will see the light of day in the next few weeks in the Clone Saga TPB.) It’s 14 Pages. (Plus the afterward and such.) These were added as bonus features to the trade. (I hadn’t heard of them til Life Of Reilly.)

As such, we’ll spend the next few weeks posting them here. Monday-Wednesday-Friday. 2 Pages each day. They’ll be after the jump.

To give some context here: This is placed right after Norman and Peter have their conversation. Peter goes after Norman who is headed towards the Daily Bugle. Ben is behind, 50mg viagra beaten pretty badly. Before this scene, we never saw what happened between the pages of ASM 418 and PPSM 75.


Wait. SMOKE AND MIRRORS! EEK!

See you guys on Monday. Enjoy your weekend!

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Zach started the website Spidey-dude.com back in 1998. Back then it was a little geocities-type site, before moving on to the spdieydude.com domain in 2001. In 2012, he migrated the site to its current home.
In 2006, he started Podcasting with Brad Douglas’ Spider-Man Crawl Space, where he has more or less remained to this day.
In 2009, he was approached by Joshua Lapin-Bertone to launch a new show called Clone Saga Chronicles, which is still running to this day. Over the years he recruited new talent to the show, and helped shepherd two other shows: Mayday Mondays and Spectacular Radio which both launched in 2014. He is a father to a lovely young daughter, who he looks to indoctrinate, er, share his passion for Spidey and Superheroes.

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Zach Joiner

Zach started the website Spidey-dude.com back in 1998. Back then it was a little geocities-type site, before moving on to the spdieydude.com domain in 2001. In 2012, he migrated the site to its current home. In 2006, he started Podcasting with Brad Douglas' Spider-Man Crawl Space, where he has more or less remained to this day. In 2009, he was approached by Joshua Lapin-Bertone to launch a new show called Clone Saga Chronicles, which is still running to this day. Over the years he recruited new talent to the show, and helped shepherd two other shows: Mayday Mondays and Spectacular Radio which both launched in 2014. He is a father to a lovely young daughter, who he looks to indoctrinate, er, share his passion for Spidey and Superheroes.

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