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    Default Happy 47th Birthday, Tony Harris!

    Cover and interior pencil art by Tony Harris
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    Default Happy 56th Birthday Ron Frenz!!!

    This original penciled version seems to almost be a first draft. There are significant changes between the two versions:

    Colossus and Man-Thing removed
    Power Man and Iron Fist moved closer together
    Hulk completely changed
    Dr. Strange and Iron Man more battle ready poses
    Daredevil and Silver Surfer moved to the background
    Human Torch made a bit more prominant
    Thor flying
    Jack of Hearts added
    Black Widow removed

    1983 - Marvel Team-Up Poster by Ron Frenzhttp://www.comicvine.com/ron-frenz/4040-3364/
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    Happy Birthday Joe Bennett!!!

    [IMG]http://www.diario***********.br/img/imagens/joe01_1.jpg[/IMG]Marvel done right—Joe tackling some of Marvel's most popular characters. http://www.examiner.com/article/excl...st-joe-bennett
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    Talking Happy Valentine's Day!!!

    Surprisingly, Marvel once celebrated Valentine's Day with its characters....back in April, 1997 with the Marvel Valentine Special!

    Spidey & Mary Jane worked to help out a student in "My Fair Spidey" by Tom Peyer and Mark Buckingham.

    Daredevil and Karen Page were working with a lady being abused by her boyfriend in "Love Hurts" by John Ostrander and Mary Mitchell.

    Goddess Venus helped out a pair of aliens in "Atom-Age Amore" by Frank Strom and Dan DeCarlo.

    Villain Absorbing Man got a Millie the Model doll for his girlfriend, Titania, in "The Greatest Gift!" by Tom DeFalco and Dan Lawlis.

    Marvel Girl reflects on her time with Cyclops away from the X-Men in "The Way!" by Tom DeFalco and Kyle Hotz.
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    Happy Birthday Greg Larocque!!!

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    Happy 66th Birthday Al Milgrom!!!

    Happy Birthday to that workhorse artist extraordinaire, Al Milgrom! Al is probably most well known for his utilitarian art style and having worked on virtually all of the biggest icons from Marvel Comics! His work was very prolific in the 70's, 80's, and well into the 90's.

    http://comicvine.gamespot.com/al-milgrom/4040-3259/
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    I want to nominate David Michellinie on the writer side and Steven Butler on the artist side.
    Last edited by Uncanny Mutie; 03-06-2016 at 10:25 PM.

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    Happy Birthday Mark Waid!!!

    Mark Waid is one of those writers who you just can’t believe that he never really had an extended run on Spider-Man, as he is so perfect for the title. However, the timing just never worked out for it to happen. Still, what Spider-Man stories we HAVE gotten from him have been excellent.

    One of the best parts of Waid’s stories tend to be his imaginative situations that he cooks up to throw Spider-Man into. For instance, like his great Christmas story he did for the Marvel 1996 Holiday Special…
    Brilliant!! http://comicsalliance.com/tribute-mark-waid/
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    Happy Birthday Marc Silvestri!!!

    Thanks for your to me WAY TO SHORT run on Web of Spider-Man! I enjoyed every issue drawn by you. http://www.comicsreporter.com/index....arc_silvestri/

    "Peter Benjamin Parker" Panel from Web of Spider-Man v.1 #19 (October 1986), script by David Michelinie, pencils by Marc Silvestri, inks by Bob McLeod, colors by Nel Yomtov, letters by Rick Parker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncanny Mutie View Post
    I want to nominate David Michellinie on the writer side and Steven Butler on the artist side.
    Steven Butler!
    YEAH!!! He was to me TERRIFIC!
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    Happy Birthday to the late GREAT Herbert William "Herb" Trimpe!!!

    Thanks for your run on Marvel Team-Up and co-creating Dr. Jonathan Ohnn aka The Spot in Spectacular Spider- Man #97 and 98http://www.spidermancrawlspace.com/2...o-herb-trimpe/
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    Happy 59th Birthday Jim Salicrup!!!

    Thanks for coming up with the idea of running "Kraven's Last Hunt" as a crossover through all the Spider-Man titles.http://www.comicsreporter.com/index...._jim_salicrup/
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    Happy Birthday Christopher J. Priest!!!


    1987’s Spider-Man vs. Wolverine, by Jim Owsley (now Christopher J. Priest) and Mark Bright (who drew the famous Batman-Throws-A-Car-Battery scene).
    It’s one of the best-written crossovers in comics history, largely because it inverts the normal fight-then-team-up formula for super-hero meetings by — as the title implies — having no team-up at all. They just fight, and while there are some great funny bits to it, it goes to some pretty dark places.

    So dark, in fact, that Spider-Man trying to pound Wolverine’s indestructible head through a tombstone in a German graveyard isn’t even close to being the most intense moment of the story.
    It’s a great Spider-Man story, but as far as Wolverine stories go, it’s up there with the original Claremont/Miller mini-series.

    Peter kills!!!
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    Happy Birthday Phil Jimenez!!!



    Pencil Artist of The Amazing Spider-Man #552-554, 565-567, 595 (2008–2009) http://comicsalliance.com/tribute-phil-jimenez/
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTait View Post
    Dan Jurgens.
    His run as writer and artist on Sensational Spider-Man (has anyone else ever both written and drawn a core Spider-Man title) was brief (seven issues long) but memorable and consistent. After the drudgery of the early Clone Saga Jurgens bought a freshness and sense of fun to Ben Reilly's adventures as Spider-Man. The intrigue around love interest Jessica Carradine was well crafted and I thought that he used villains well. His revamp of Mysterio stands as one of the character's finest appearances in my eyes. According to the Life of Reilly, he left because he was frustrated at not having the chance to write 'the real' Peter Parker. On this evidence, I think it's a real shame that he never got the chance at a longer run on the character.
    Yes, I liked his brief run as well. It has been 2 decades already. I wonder if he still has an interest in writing 'the real' Peter Parker nowadays? Might be nice if he did
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