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Superhero comics are full of kicking bad guy butt and doing important things like saving the world. But in a universe where everyone's wearing skin-tight spandex suits—some things are going to get weird. The Spider-Man comics are no exception, where the adventures of the amazing Spider-Man, Peter Parker, can get a little weird from time to time.
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One of the many problems with the modern day superhero comic is its obsession with sexualising its characters. Presenting them in a series of ludicrously skimpy costumers that would most likely impede close quarters hand to hand contact and not exactly protect the combatant in question. And this week's relaunch of Amazing Spider-Man falls right into that trap, not that you'd know it from the cover if you got the main cover, that is. Because the cover presents a rather happy Spider-Man in full costume with his mask off, the goofy smile indicating that Peter Parker has returned to his noggin as opposed to the dour Doctor Octopus who has been living there for the past year. How typically exploitative of Marvel comics to present its men in this way. Clearly there aren't enough men working on this book to give it more of a male viewpoint. I mean one of the stories in this comic has a female colourist which is clearly skewing the gender balance of opinion in this comic. Clearly this will not do, there's hardly any point to this plot twist and to discover how it comes about, you'll have to read the comic — there should be plenty of copies around.