Prepare for Spidey-3

Mike Gold

ComicMix's award-winning and spectacularly shy editor-in-chief Mike Gold also performs the weekly two-hour Weird Sounds Inside The Gold Mind ass-kicking rock, blues and blather radio show on The Point, and on iNetRadio, (search: Hit Oldies) every Sunday at 7:00 PM Eastern, rebroadcast three times during the week – check above for times and on-demand streaming information.

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9 Responses

  1. Brian Alvey says:

    I loved that, thanks.I was trying to not learn the full story of Spider-Man 3 before I saw it in the theater, but we got my son a bunch of kids' reader books with Venom and Sandman in them and they give away most of the plot.If he doesn't mind, why should I?

  2. Niki says:

    I don't think they give away most of the plot at all. You are just a freak about this. Lighten up, it's just a movie ;) (lol)

  3. John Ostrander says:

    I'll also draw people's attention to the fact that we have corrected some errors in the PREVIOUS installment — some word balloons and such placed wrong. I even took the opportunity to re-write a panel. It's one of the really cool things about having this online — because it's not actually PRINTED yet, we can make those sort of changes as we go and they crop up. Ain't technology grand?!

    • Geirkehre says:

      I'm glad you mentioned that. I'd ment to comment after #18, that John of Knives was brown, but the final dialogue on page 89 seemed to put him the green suit of St. Dryden. Then in re-reading I thought I'd been mistaken – wow, wicked cool!I'm so digging the "Lost" style tie-ins from odd items — now I'll have to re-read my back issues (or better yet, my handy "Legends of Grimjack" volumes) to see the first appearances of the Manx Cat, the St. John knives (John used on the vampires), tour-bots, etc.Stellar composite of Alice in Wonderland's pipe-smoking caterpiller and Jabba the Hutt into Fra Jess. I always loved your pop culture pseudo-connections.Will this eventually be a graphic novel?

      • Mike Gold says:

        Well, it is already… but, yes, it'll be published as such.

      • John Ostrander says:

        Just want to point out that it's not always MY pop culture psuedo-connections. The one cited was more Tim Truman's. And editor Mike Gold has been known to get a few of those in here as well. Basically, I steal from wherever I can.

  4. Tom Fitzpatrick says:

    OooooOOOOooooh, butterflies.Pretty butterflies. ;-)

  5. Engelmann says:

    This is so great…Ostrander, you are a great writer…GrimJack has always …well..since 89? been my favorite comic book series. I was pissed when First went under. I have pretty much all the books…but will likely pick up the tradepb's. what happened to steve Pugh? I think that was his name…i really dug his art….and kelley jones had a couple issues that really impressed me…man all the books were great. anyway… thanks…i remember years back hearing about a possible movie…would you be the writer?

    • Mike Gold says:

      It would be swell to see a GrimJack movie, and there has been a lot of talk. Unfortunately, in Hollywood 99.79% of everything is talk. Lots of GrimJack fans among the producing community, but "to do it right" would cost a fortune.Personally, I think if it had about as much atmosphere as T.H.E. Cat and the budget of Torchwood, it would be killer.