Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Via the NYT:

"In 'Sensational Spider-Man' No. 30, which went on sale on Wednesday, [NYC-based Marvel Comics writer] Mr. Aguirre-Sacasa used the Whitney Museum of American Art as the setting for a battle between the wall crawler and Max Dillon, who happens to be a fan of fine art and is also the supervillain Electro. While Dillon is admiring paintings by Mark Rothko, a caption tells the reader, 'Before he was a supervillain, before he was a telephone-wire repairman, Dillon dreamed about being an artist. (The same way a young German man named Adolph once did.)' Soon enough, however, the art lesson is over and a superpowered fight begins."

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