In this week’s ball-gassing episode, Magnus felt like reading a crapload of Spider-Man comics. Actually, nothing much new there. That’s been going on for months now.
But the difference this time around is the historical nature of the issues in question. Yes, it would be fair to say that Amazing Spider-Man #39-#40 and #121-#122 are of considerable historical input. And, as it happens, very influential on the live action films we’ve seen up to now. So there’s that.
But most of all, this is a treasured continuation of His Excellency’s downtime before things. Get. Real. Because it won’t be long now before episode #100 comes along. And shortly after that Magnus will embark upon what amounts to a year a of six episode miniseries about miscellaneous and sundry themes, topics, storylines and other stuff.
Enjoy it while you can, people.
For those easily tricked by click-bait teases, “You won’t believe what Magnus said about Norman Osborne!”
Because of the amount of discussion about the ol’ funny books this week, there’s no opportunity, time or willingness to soak up adoration from the teeming masses.
Notwithstanding though, you lowly beggars and miscreants shouldn’t feel left out. You commoners and peasants are always welcome to pay your pathetic attempt at tribute to Magnus. DiManzocorp interns are ready, willing, able and eager to accept bribes to present your missives to His Excellency for review. The email address to use is email@example.com, whereupon your leader might consider thinking about the possibility of potentially discussing whatever you have in mind some day. And that’s a promise!
In an act of nearly inconceivable charity, your leader permits the lowly rabble such as you to kiss his ring regarding this or any other episode. Thus, notes of homage may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for DiManzocorp interns to review.