PETER PARKER SPIDER-MAN #23-24 (2000): 1st Typeface

A new vigilante antihero is introduced. He’s a signmaker who somehow got some scrabble tile weapons.

If he wants to knock you out, he throws the letters S-L-E-E-P at you. Stuff like that.

There’s also aliens and a giant spider-monster, which Typeface helps Spider-Man defeat. The aliens made the monster by extracting Spider-Man’s DNA.

This is an extremely bizarre story. It reads like some of the very old, wacky Stan Lee scripts. But I guess if editorial is going to mandate that every Marvel hero get visited by aliens in support of the Maximum Security event, this story kind of makes sense.

Anyway, fun read if you turn your brain off.

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