The Spider-Man Project

Giant-Size Spider-Man 002

Posted by dave, April 3, 2008 at 7:35 pm · 1 Comment ·

Giant-Size Spider-Man 002Masterstroke! / Cross…and Double-Cross! / Pinnacle of Doom!
Writer: Len Wein
Artist: Ross Andru
Inker: Al Milgrom
Colorist: G. Wein
Letterer: J. Costanza
Originally published: October 1974

Fu Manchu

Shang-Chi

So we move from racist stereotypes of one kind directly to another. I’m not into the whole kung-fu thing, and I’m not into the extreme yellow that Shang-Chi is coloured. I’m also just not a big fan of these Giant-Size books, they really tend to drag.

chinaman

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  • 1 Spider-Man Reviewed // Jun 9, 2010 at 6:01 am

    Just goes to show it’s horses for courses. Spidey’s first meeting with Shang-Chi is one of my favourite Spidey stories. Shangy does look a little jaundiced there though, I must admit. Maybe he should see a doctor when it’s all over.

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