Saw The Royal Tenenbaums in a movie theater tonight.
Probs my fav fashion designer who also writes children’s horror novels on the side is Ralph Lauren Stine.
50 Years Later: Growth and Maturity in Amazing Spider-Man 1-50
In the beginning, Peter Parker was fifteen years old. He was too young for full manhood, but too old to be treated like a child. He was coddled by his family and abused by his peers. He was a beloved nephew and professional wallflower, a bitter bookworm and great student. Then he got bitten by a radioactive spider and everything changed. He became Spiderman first, and then Spider-Man. He grew up, moved out, found friends, discovered love, lost love, found love again, and became a man. The first 50 issues of Amazing Spider-Man chart the growing pains of Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s baby boy, and show us something rare in cape comics: true and gradual growth.