comics research bibliography: Spiderman

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-Man and spiders.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-Man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.]
Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1988.
Spider-Man battles emotional abuse.
Children Today 17(May/Jun):2-3.

[Unknown.] 1994.
Literary lament [John Updike's letter about Spider-Man to the Boston Globe].
Washington Post (Jan 19).

[Unknown.] 1996.
Spider-Man spins online web.
Broadcasting 126(29; Jul 8):39.

[Unknown.] 1996.
Spider-Man vs. Wall Street.
U.S. News and World Report 121(25; Dec 23):52.

Beyer, Debbie and Chris Golden. 1995.
The man behind the web [Spiderman animation].
Disney Adventures (Sep 30):26-28.

Beyer, Debbie. 1995.
Inside Spidey's web [Spiderman animation].
Disney Adventures (Sep 30):29-31.

Britt, John. 1989.
[Letter; Spider-Man movie].
Comics Scene (7):42.

Brodesser, Claude. 1999.
Sony studies Spider spin [Spider-Man movie].
Reuters (December 9)

Busch, Anita M. 1998.
Reel World: Web sight [Spider-Man movie].
Entertainment Weekly (June 5): 44.

Dean, Michael. 1999.
Character conflicts: Marvel wins back Spider-Man; Wolfman sues for Blade [movies].
Comics Journal (212; May): 7-8

DeCandido, Keith R. A. 1997.
Chronology to the Marvel novels and anthologies.
In Spider-Man and Fantastic Four: Wreckage (Doom's Day Book 3).
New York: Boulevard Books.

Dickholtz, Daniel. 1987.
Watch out, Webhead: The honeymoon's over [Spider-Man wedding]!
Comics Scene Special (1):29-32.

Ditko, Steve. 1998.
[letter to the editor on co-creating Spider-Man].
Time (December 7)

Ditko, Steve. 1999.
An insider's part of comics history: Jack Kirby's Spider-Man.
Alter Ego 2(3; Winter): 4-7

Dorrell, Larry D. and Ed Carroll. 1981.
Spider-Man at the library.
School Library Journal 27(10):17-19.

Eckholm, Erik. 2000.
Spider-Man springs into China with more than comics: Stan Lee's heroes jo in forces with the web, rock stars and franchises [Stan Leee Media, not Marv el Comics].
New York Times (August 31): B2

Fein, Eric and Pierce Askergan. 1997.
Spider-Man and Fantastic Four: Wreckage (Doom's Day Book 3) [novel].
New York: Boulevard Books.

Fleeman, Michael. 1999.
Spider-Man finally freed from legal web [movie rights].
Associated Press (March 2)

Fryman, Avi. 2000.
Dynamic duels: Battle evildoers with these three new superhero games! Cape not included [X-Men: Mutant Academy; Spider-Man].
Maxim (July): 180

Garbarino, J. 1987.
Children's response to a sexual abuse prevention program: a study of the Spiderman comic [educational].
Child Abuse & Neglect 11 (1): 143-8

Garbarino, James. 1987.
Children's response to a sexual abuse prevention program: A study of the Spiderman comic.
Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal 11(1):143-148.

Holloway Lynette. 1997.
Spider-Man, Fighting Evil, Gets Help From Giuliani [comic strip].
New York Times (May 7)

Horn, John. 1998.
Tangled web: Even James Cameron may not be able to rescue 'Spider-Man' [movie] from development hell.
Premiere (September): 39-41

Huhn, Mary. 1999.
Spider-Man Creator Penning Cyber Strip [Stan Lee].
New York Post (January 18)

Kirby, Jack. 1970.
[Spider-Man; cover].
Marvelmania (5).

Kraft, David Anthony , Winslow Mortimer and Mike Esposito. 1983 The Amazing Spider-Man Unmasked [coloring book].
Marvel Books

Kraft, David Anthony , Winslow Mortimer and Mike Esposito. 1986.
Unmasked: The Amazing Spider-Man [coloring book].
Marvel Books

Marriott, Michel. 2000.
SpiderCam Coming to the World Wide Web [Spider-Man fumetti or photocomics].
New York Times (June 8)

Meyers, John D. 1992.
Model citizen [letter; Spider-Man; psychology; censorship; movies].
Washington Post (Oct 17).

Miller, John M. 1995.
Action, adventure and aggravation [tv animation including Batman and Spider-Man].
Hogan's Alley 1 (2; Summer): 22-26

Moldoff, Sheldon. 2000.
The Amazing Spider-Man: "The D.C. Heroes think I'm trapped! But they don't suspect my real power! [artwork].
Alter Ego 3 (4; Spring): Silver Age section 45

Mondello, Salvatore. 1976.
Spider-Man: Superhero in the liberal tradition.
Journal of Popular Culture 10(1; Summer).

Palazzo, Anthony. 2000.
As Stan Lee spins web cartoons, creator of Spider-Man keeps eye on Marvel.
Wall Street Journal (March 13): A19B

Palumbo, Donald. 1983.
The Marvel Comics Group's Spider-Man is an existentialist super-hero; or "Life has no meaning without my latest Marvels."
Journal of Popular Culture 17(Fall):67-82.

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: Updated 'Spider-Man' spins deeper story.
Colorado Springs Gazette (September 1)

Rosenthal, Marshal M. 2000.
The amazing adventures of Spider-Man [theme park ride].
Digital Home Entertainment (Winter): 62-66

Russo, Tom. 1995.
Curtains for Spider-Man [Film Adaptation].
Premiere 8(Jun):21-22.

Sandoval, Niki. 1994.
Discoveries: Get 'spiderized' in new exhibit at MNH [Marvel funds Smithsonian spiders exhibit].
The Torch: National Museum of Natural History (Jul):6.

Shprintz, Janet. 1998.
Spider-Man's legal web may finally be unraveled [Marvel Comics movie].
Variety (August 1-15?).

Smith, Andrew. 1998.
Captain Comics: Spider-Man gets new clothes
Arlington Journal (March 20).

Strauss, Bob. 1996 [complete date unknown].
Comic strip tease [electronic comics including Spiderman].
Entertainment Weekly (345; Sep 20):85.

Trescott, Jacqueline. 1994.
A partnership with legs [Marvel funds Smithsonian spiders exhibit].
Washington Post (Jun 12).

Unknown. 1999.
El Hombre Arana se une a la compana contra las drogas [Spider-Man anti-drug campaign, in Spanish].
Washington Hispanic (September 3): 1, 5

Unknown. 1999.
Spiderman to fight youth drug abuse.
CNN.com (August 31): http://cnn.com/US/9908/31/spiderman.drugs/

Unknown. 2000.
Spiderman, X-Men Coming to Mobile Phones Soon [games; in Sweden].
Reuters (August 16 )

Unknown. 1993.
Programs and more [Spider-Man; Animal Crackers; Annie; Baby Blues; Wee Pals].
Editor and Publisher (May 8): 40

Unknown. 1993.
Spider-Man starring in a crossover story.
Editor and Publisher (October 9): 31

Unknown. 1994.
Positive reaction to 'Spider-Man' story.
Editor and Publisher (March 12): 43

Unknown. 1995.
'Spider-Man' [tv] show.
Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1996.
Racial redrawing [of black children with guns in 'Amazing Spider-Man].
Editor & Publisher (August 3): 34

van der Leij, Lien. 1999.
Spiderman brings Fox Kids to Dutch bourse.
Reuters (November 18)

Vanamee, Norman. 1995.
Sotheby's vs. Christie's vs. Alfred E. Neuman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man.
New York 28(48; Dec 4):36.

Vornholt, John. 1998.
Spider-Man: Valley of the Lizard [novel].
New York: Boulevard.

Walczak, Diana and Jeffery A. Williams. 2000.
Creating synthespian super heroes [Spider-Man theme park ride].
Digital Home Entertainment (Winter): 66

White, Erin. 2000.
Spider-Man tries new web tricks: As the Internet, video games encroach on comic books, Marvel enters other venues.
Wall Street Journal (May 9): B1, 4

Wilner, Richard. 1997.
Courting Lenders Banks' Web to Snare Spider-Man? [Marvel Bankruptcy].
New York Post (September 15)