Hey, you guyyyyyys!!…
I was an Electric Company kid in the ’70s and naturally the best part of the Sesame Street spinoff was when Spidey showed up. This was Marvel’s genius — getting their top hero in front of millions of impressionable TV eyes, not just to entertain but to educate.
So it was only natural that there would be a comic to go with it — Spidey Super Stories, which featured a huge cast from the House of Ideas rubbing elbows with the world of the Children’s Television Workshop. And the comics themselves had a field day playing off the pop-culture hits of the time.
The result? Timeless fun, fun, fun.
So dig these 13 COVERS to turn you on, to give you the power…
— The ELECTRIC COMPANY’s SPIDER-MAN Breaks His Silence. Click here.
— JOHN ROMITA: What It Was Like Working on the Groovy SPIDER-MAN ‘ROCKOMIC’ Album. Click here.
Cover images and credits from the Grand Comics Database.