Even The New Yorker Is Making Fun of Spider-Man


On one hand, you’ve got yesterday’s report that for the first time Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark knocked Wicked from its spot as the highest-grossing show on Broadway last week. (Who cares if it was a matter of only $58? $1,588,514 is still greater than $1,588,456.) And on the other, you’ve got this week’s cover of the New Yorker by cartoonist Barry Blitt, which features multiple injured Spider-Men hanging out in a hospital ward. Click through to get a better look.

[via New Yorker]