Marvel's Multiverse has some weird Spider-Men swinging about, some of which are not even Peter Parker. While silly, these Web-Heads are still lovable.
Rich Keller is a 30-year freelance veteran. He began his career as a stringer, covering school board meetings for a local paper. Since then, Rich has written millions of words for both online and print publications. He is the author of "Coffee Cup Tales" and "Thinking Outside My Box." Rich was also a podcaster, hosting "The Daily Author" for nearly 300 episodes. Rich is an avid comic book fan who once braved the world of San Diego Comic Con.
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