Spideydude Experience/Clone Saga Chronicles Special: Spider-Man (2002) Commentary

The Year was 2002. The world was a lot different then. 20 years seems like it passed in a blink of an eye but in reality, it was a long time ago. Marvel didn’t own the Box Office, Disney had merely discussed purchasing it during the early 1990s, and the Tangled Web of Spider-Man on the big screen had yet to come. Join Zach and Gerard as they discuss what their lives were like at…

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CSC Episode 75: DC vs. Marvel

After 10 years, we are winding down the show. Back in 2010, Zach guest appeared on the 104th episode of Michael Bailey’s Views From the Longbox to discuss the Clone Saga. Zach always wanted to bring him onto the show, but never felt that it was the right way to do so. However, after going through the list of appearances of Ben Reilly, there was one story that he had never covered: Marvel Vs. DC….

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CSC Episode 74: Spider-Verse

New Episode! Zach is back with the final 2000s episode of Clone Saga Chronicles. He covers why it’s been a while since we last saw an episode, mentions some changes in regards to his past associations, and of course in this go-around, he is covering the 2015 Spider-Verse storyline, which has a lot of Ben, Kaine, Mayday, and Peter Parker. Zach’s focus is on Ben and Kaine aspects of the story, as the Mayday Mondays…

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CSC Episode 73: Carrion & the Carrion Virus

SURPRISE! A new episode for CSC? Yes Please. This Episode is a solo effort by Zach to explain the long and sometimes strange history of the Carrion character and the Virus he would produce. Zach tackles nearly all the appearances of Carrion as follows: Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man 25-31 (original) Spectacular Spider-Man 149 (McBride) Spectacular Spider-Man 162-163 (McBride) Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage (McBride) Amazing Spider-Man 390-393 (McBride) Spider-Man: Dead Man’s Hand (Dr. Allen)

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CSC Episode 72: Revelations…Part Four & Osborn Journal

There is a sense of the beginning of the end of this show. Peter Parker: Spider-Man 75 was the first time I had read a comic starring Peter Parker that wasn’t a tie into the cartoon (Adventures of Spider-Man) or a back issue since my very first issue, Spectacular Spider-Man 223. It was an introduction to Norman Osborn that I had only seen in the 90’s show, that leveled him to the top of the…

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