— Steve Rude


Has it really been 51 years since Amazing Fantasy #15 was first published? Thanks for the memories, Spidey! 

— Steve Rude

Has it really been 51 years since Amazing Fantasy #15 was first published? Thanks for the memories, Spidey! 

josejl98 asked: Hi its me again but i meant the series where hydro man had a clone of mj and she died and later on peter parker was in a parrel univeres where the spidercarengs and all fihht uncle ben appears and yadda yadda and at the end i think pete and madam spider went somewhere To find the real mj

Oh. You’re talking about the animated series that ran from 1994 to 1998. Okay. In that particular show, MJ and Peter get engaged, have several adventures, etc., only for MJ to find out that she is, in fact, a clone created by Miles Warren. Shortly thereafter, both she and Warren become unstable and evaporate. Of course, this being a cartoon show, Peter enlists the help of Madame Web to find the real MJ, whom he eventually marries. 

PETER (V.O.): And then there was Mary Jane: For so many years she’d been the mystery girl in my life… Aunt May as determined to fix me up with her as I was to avoid that hideous fate. At least I thought it was hideous—till I laid eyes on her. But even after we met, she was still a mystery girl. It was almost impossible to get beneath that party girl facade. 


MARY JANE: Nice of you to drop by. PETER: Save it, MJ, okay? 

MARY JANE: Nice of you to drop by. 
PETER: Save it, MJ, okay? 

marijanewatson:

too much?

There is no such thing. 

marijanewatson:

too much?

There is no such thing. 

Is It A Spider-Man?: Mayday Parker, AKA MC2 Spider-Girl

isitaspiderman:

May “Mayday” Parker

Her birth name being May Parker, she was born the first child of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Parker (nee Watson) in the alternate future reality MC2, otherwise known as Earth-982. She has one younger brother, Benjamin Richard “Benjy” Parker. 

When she was 15, she discovered her Uncle Ben’s (Ben Reilly, the Scarlet Spider) Spider-Man costume, and began a life of crime fighting, much to the worry and disapproval of her parents. Eventually, both parents came around to the idea of her career as Spider-Girl (due, in part, to the impending threat of the Hobgoblin), and she has continued her father’s legacy, facing such villains as Carnage, the Green Goblin (Normie Osborn), and more.

She applied to become a member of the Avengers, but was put on the reserve team, and has frequently teamed up with all sorts of superheroes, like the Fantastic Four Five.

Friends of Spider-Girl

Being a high-profile teen superhero in Earth-982, Mayday’s friends mostly consist of other superheroes. These include the Avengers team members, the Fantastic Five/Family, and Darkdevil. She has shown romantic interest in several heroes such as Psi-Lord/Franklin Richards and Darkdevil.

As Mayday, she is a popular high school student with a group of friends that includes Gene Thompson, Jack Jameson (who then became the superhero Buzz), Jimmy Yama, Davida Kirby, Reynard “Wes” Westin, and more.

Suggested Reading

  • What If? Vol 2 105 - first appearance
  • Spider-Girl - first series
  • Last Hero Standing - brings together many of the heroes in Earth-982 for further reading of all
  • The Amazing Spider-Girl - second series
  • Spectacular Spider-Girl - third series
  • Amazing Spider-Family - for further reading on the family

Mayday appears in other comics, such as The BuzzAvengers NextAmerican DreamWeb of Spider-Man Vol 2, and Spider-Girl: The End. She has recently made an appearance as an illusion in Age of Ultron #10.

Where Is She Now?

Her series was cancelled, but, owing to her recent appearance in Age of Ultron, it appears that she is still in the minds of Marvel and may make a comeback! Some of her comics are not available in print (unless you have a LOT of money), but many are still available from Amazon, Waterstones, and more.

josejl98 asked: Hey i was wodering if you know what happend to mj in the amazing spiderman series i never found out what happend to her at the end if shes dead or alive

If you’re talking about Stan Lee’s original comic book series, which ended on its 700th issue in December of 2012, nothing happened to Mary Jane. She is alive and well and back to being Peter’s primary love interest. Peter, however, is not really Peter, but Doc Ock in disguise, so you can see how that’s a problem (this crapola is currently the basis for Spider-Man’s newest title, The Superior Spider-Man). In the final issue of The Amazing Spider-Man, MJ encourages Peter to do what he does best: save people. In response, he kisses her passionately and swings off into the night. That’s pretty much how it ends for them, at least in Amazing. Hope that’s what you were looking for!