Spider-Man swings into Sundays.Byline: The Register-Guard
CORRECTION (ran 9/6/2006): The occupation of comic book comic book
Bound collection of comic strips, usually in chronological sequence, typically telling a single story or a series of different stories. The first true comic books were marketed in 1933 as giveaway advertising premiums. creator Stan Lee For the fictional character of this name, see .
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Everybody's favorite web slinger is now battling crime inside The Register-Guard.
Starting today, classic Spider-Man comic books will be distributed inside the Sunday edition Sunday Edition is a Sunday morning radio show on CBC Radio One. It is hosted by Michael Enright.
Its subject matter is wide ranging with current affairs, arts reporting, radio documentaries, and interviews. It is often quite sombre and serious in tone. of the newspaper every week up to Christmas, and most likely continuing in 2007.
News America Marketing provides the feature free to the newspaper. It benefits from selling space in the pages of the comic book to national advertisers. The newspaper, for its part, hopes to entertain current readers and attract new ones, said Fletcher Little, general manager.
He suggested the feature may be a hit not just with younger types who read comics, but older ones who collect them.
The first in the Spider-Man collectible series, "Amazing Fantasy: Introducing Spider Man," is dated Aug. 15, 1962, and features the art of celebrated cartoonist Stan Lee. It chronicles the transformation of bookworm bookworm, popular name for the larvae of several beetles that bore through books, e.g., the drugstore, spider, and deathwatch beetles. Peter Parker Peter Parker may refer to:
The comic will be inserted in all paid copies of the Sunday paper, including home delivery, newsstands, stores and newspaper boxes.
"It'll be a lot of fun," said Little, a Spidey fan himself. "I think it will be well received."