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Colleen Coover and Abby Denson Collaborate on Amazing Spider-Man Family #3!
posted November 24th, 2008
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Marvel Comic's Amazing Spider-Man Family #3, in stores December 17, 2008, will feature an all new story by two of Prism Comics' very own, Abby Denson and Colleen Coover! The talented duo's collaboration is a whimsical look at Peter Parker's beloved Aunt May as she becomes the "Amazing Spider-Ma'am!" And this is just the begining as Denson will work with various artists on a series of short stories that will follow May as she "borrows" Spidey's suit and uses it to fight petty crime in the neighborhood. You've never seen Aunt May like this! Be sure to snatch this book up when it hits shelves this December at a comic book store near you!

Abby Denson is the Lulu Award winning writer/artist of the teen coming-out graphic novel, Tough Love: High School Confidential (Manic D Press), along with Dolltopia, Night Club, and Deadsy Cat & Kissy Kitty. She also does comics for gURL.com and has scripted a multitude of comics including Powerpuff Girls, The Simpsons, Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Josie and the Pussycats, Disney Adventures, and comics for Nickelodeon magazine. For more about Abby, check out her website.

Colleen Coover is the creator and artist of Small Favors—happy, funny comics of love and sex that have delighted readers of all genders and orientations. Volume 1 and Volume 2, collecting the first seven issues, have been published by Eros Comix. Konkursbuch has published German language translations of the complete series. Other published comics work includes Banana Sunday, Power Pack: Day One, X-Men: First Class, and Age Of The Sentry. For more about Colleen, check out her blog.


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