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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

D. J. David B. Spins Comics-Tunes: Spider-Man, By Request

 

 

It’s not often we get requests around here. Heck (yes, I said “heck”), we rarely get mail at all! And when that request comes from resident I.T.C.H. blogger Steven Thompson, you know we have to do whatever he asks!

 

  

Steve (yes, I call him Steve) pointed out that we haven’t yet shared Freddie McCoy’s piece entitled “Spider-Man.” I am correcting that oversight right now! Freddie not only offers a nice little jazz tune here, but the album cover sports one of my favorite Spider-Man images of all time, that famous pose from Sturdy Steve Ditko’s (yes, I called him “sturdy”) 1965 poster which measured a whopping six feet tall! (A bargain on eBay a while back for just $382.77.)  This picture of Spider-Man brings back fond childhood memories. (Sadly, my six-foot poster was lost in a fire. If anyone wants to replace it for me, send it here to I.T.C.H. HQ.) 

 

 

 

Imagine how great Spider-Man would look on your wall LIFE SIZE, then click the link below and listen!

 

Spider-Man – Freddie McCoy

 


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