By now, one can assume that not only have you heard about the upcoming Spider-Man musical, but that you’re also keenly familiar with all the problems that the 65 million dollar production has got itself into.
As your humble satirist, I would have been remiss in my duties had I not commented on the show, along with a few easy to adopt suggestions that just might turn the broadway musical around.
I know I’ve said it before, but this time I think I’m really on to something…
Today’s page was magically done by Brendan McGinley:
Brendan McGinley lives in New York City, because the food here is delicious. He interned at Marvel and DC before joining the staff of Wizard magazine. In 2007 he began publishing Dose, a black-and-white humor anthology. He next undertook the historical epic Hannibal Goes to Rome, which was picked up by Image Comics’ Shadowline imprint following its run at DC’s Zuda competition. That same year saw the superhero conspiracy Invisible, Inc., and the story of the world’s greatest supervillain, Heist (co-plotted with Josh Elder). In 2009, he launched Citizen X, a western set in a world where Carthage defeated Rome, and cobbled together the Grassroots anthology (co-edited with Chris Lawson). In 2010 he wrote, drew, colored and lettered the anti-romantic comedy She’s Famous Now, and the dark comedy Reaping Profit. He is currently writing and illustrating for Cracked and Asylum. Upcoming projects include the superhero romance Double Falsehood, and the paranoid horror Black Ambulances with Steven Grant.
We’ll see you on Friday, folks.
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