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Monday, May 25, 2009 

Spider-Marriage reappears in daily newspaper strip

Wow. So Spider-Fandom actually took to protesting, as the third section of the daily strip shown here tells, that the comic strip writers followed Quesada's lead by erasing the Spider-Marriage back in late December, and got it rightfully restored. Though the newspaper strip pales in comparison to the monthly comics (when they were being written well, that is), fans still saw it something worth fighting for. I'm glad (H/T: Spider-Man Crawl Space).

Even so, it's still going to be a serious uphill battle in getting the marriage reinstated in the comic books, plus solving a lot of other problems Joe Quesada's been heaping upon Marvel ever since he hijacked the editor's chair. But maybe this turnaround in the newspaper strip thanks to fan requests to restore the marriage could be an omen that there's light at the end of the tunnel?

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