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Spider-Man

This page includes both what Greg feels is his worst work in comics, ever, Spider-Man: Quality of Life, and one of his best, Tangled Web #4, “Severance Package.”

Spider-Man: Quality of Life

Spider-Man: Quality of Life 4

Art by Scott Christian Sava

Art by Scott Christian Sava

October 2002

Cover and art by Scott Christian Sava.

Spider-Man: Quality of Life 3

Art by Scott Christian Sava

Art by Scott Christian Sava

September 2002

Cover and art by Scott Christian Sava.

Spider-Man: Quality of Life 2

Art by Scott Christian Sava

Art by Scott Christian Sava

August 2002

Cover and art by Scott Christian Sava.

Spider-Man: Quality of Life 1

Art by Scott Christian Sava

Art by Scott Christian Sava

July 2002

“Quality of Life” by Greg Rucka, art by Scott Christian Sava.

“Jay Leno & Spider-Man: One Night Only! (Don’t Forget to Tip Your Waitress), Part 3″ by Ron Zimmerman, pencilled by Greg Capullo, inked by Danny Miki. Cover by Scott Christian Sava. Final part of back-story which was published in several Marvel titles of the same publishing week.

Spider-Man: Tangled Web

Tangled Web #4

Art by Eduardo Risso

Art by Eduardo Risso

September 2001

“Severance Package”, cover and art by Eduardo Risso.

A Mob lieutenant’s worst nightmare comes true when his latest job goes south—courtesy of Spider-Man—and he’s summoned for a midnight meeting with the Big Boss himself—the Kingpin of Crime.

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Spider-Man: Tangled Web Vol. 1

Art by Duncan Fegredo

Art by Duncan Fegredo

October 2001

“The Thousand,” by Garth Ennis, pencilled by John McCrea, inked by James Hodgkins.

A secret admirer has figured out just how Spider-Man got his super-powers, and that someone has attempted to re-create the freak experiment—with ghastly results.

“Severance Package” by Greg Rucka, art by Eduardo Risso (see above for synopsis).

“Flowers For Rhino,” by Peter Milligan, art by Duncan Fegredo.

The Rhino, a super-powered strongman in an impenetrable and irremovable suit, discovers that the key to conquering his arch nemesis just might be in conquering himself first. Cover by Duncan Fegredo. This book collects Spider-Man: Tangled Web #1-6.