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    Peter David, J. M. DeMatteis, Roger Stern.

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    Stan Lee, Dan Slott and Roger Stern immediately spring to mind.

    Here's a weird one, I never consider Bendis as a Spider-man writer despite reading all of USM, enjoying most of it and loving Miles. I have this blind spot that if someone says Bendis' Spider-man I think Avengers and not great, despite his excellent work with the character(s) in the Ultimate Universe.
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    Just. Be. Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman Begins 2005 View Post
    Brought this to the Spider-Man section having read the one in Batman by LastSonOfShaolin.

    Mine:

    1. Stan Lee. Only choice for my #1. Classic Spider-Man, nothing better.

    2. Brian Michael Bendis solely for Ultimate Spider-Man. Couldn't warm to his 616 Spidey.

    3. Joseph Michael Straczynski. Surprised I've included him as he wrote the two worst Spider-Man stories ever in One More Days and Sins Past but I can't look past Coming Home, The Conversation and Doomed Affairs.


    You?
    For me the question depends on the context: If I am thinking positive writers:,I am going: 1: Ditko. 2: Stern: 3: Conway. Negative writers : 1: Slott. 2: Wolfman. 3: JMS.

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    Roger Stern
    J.M. DeMatteis
    David Michelinie

    Even though Iíve never read anything Spider-Man related by him, except a few strips in the Sunday Comics, Stan Lee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowcat View Post
    Roger Stern
    J.M. DeMatteis
    David Michelinie

    Even though I’ve never read anything Spider-Man related by him, except a few strips in the Sunday Comics, Stan Lee.
    I have to agree 100%

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    Stan Lee
    Roger Stern
    J.M. DeMatteis

    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey Hotay View Post
    Peter David, J. M. DeMatteis, Roger Stern.
    I liked PAD but people either don't think of him or think his SM is terrible? Granted he isn't of the first writers that come to mind.
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    The (old) Hank McCoy thread. https://community.cbr.com/showthread...on-Thread-2020

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    I would go with these three, Lee, Stern and Michelinie. When I finally got my hands on the full run of ASM, those writers made me realize how much I enjoy Peter Parker’s adventures. By the by, this is the first time in half a decade that I wrote a response to a post. Cheers, I suppose!
    I remember the Pre-Crisis days of CBR.

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