Spider-Man’s Controversial Mary Jane Cover Finally Makes Sense


Mary Jane Watson’s most controversial Marvel Comics cover finally makes sense after another comic cover turns the character into a Skrull.In a new cover in promotion of Marvel’s upcoming Secret Invasion miniseries, Mary Jane Watson takes on a new Skrull form. In a roundabout way, the cover actually explains another controversial Spider-Man Marvel Comics cover that featured the heroine striking an impossible pose. The image could be a secret parody of the Marvel Comics cover and could hilariously make sense of why Mary Jane had a very inhuman body in the original J. Scott Campbell cover.I’m Done Adulting Im Going To Disney Svg, Disneyland Svg, Disney Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

In 2009, artist J. Scott Campbell drew a cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #601 for Marvel Comics featuring Mary Jane Watson looking at Spider-Man swing into action. The cover received a mixed response, as Watson was drawn in an oversexualized manner, with her arms pushing her cleavage together, as she wore low-cut jeans. Watson’s waist was also drawn to be unrealistically thin (a Campbell staple) as she sat in a ridiculous pose. The controversial image is classic Campbell, whose style and covers are very popular among collectors. To be fair to Campbell, he actually parodied the pose himself in Marvel Comics #1000, where he offered an updated look of Mary Jane Watson enjoying some chips and dip, commenting, “you don’t actually think I sit that way… do you?“I’m A Stitch Girl My Level Of Sarcasm Depends On Your Level Of Stupidity Svg, Lilo And Stitch Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

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