I Got My Spiderman Meets Obama Comic Book!

Unfortunately, Today I saw Spiderman in Santa Monica, and it looked like LA CRISIS had got to him!

He was twirling a sign outside of an Auto Stereo Store! (And his zipper was down! Sheesh!)

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Al Guerrero, Artist/Humorist. Los Angeles, CA. Born in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico and raised in East Los Angeles from the age of two, Al Guerrero grew up just steps from the famous Chicano strip, Whittier Boulevard. His youth experiences include witnessing and participating in the 1970 Chicano Power demonstrations, cruising cars on Whittier Boulevard, and graduating from Garfield High School. After dropping out of UCLA (with honors), he drew upon his lifelong passion for art and cartooning and pursued a career in graphic arts. During this period, he traveled overseas and found artistic inspiration from the masterworks he discovered within the European Art Museums. His career blossomed when he was eventually hired by the Walt Disney Company in 1995, where he worked as a creative artist for a number of years. Although the artistic work was rewarding, he eventually grew weary & disillusioned with the bureaucracy of the entertainment business, and left to work briefly in the educational field. His credits include producing a feature film with actor, Conrad Brooks of Ed Wood fame, founding and performing with the Punk Rock group “The Psychocats” at numerous L.A. & Hollywood venues during the 1990’s, and in 1999 he founded and created a hell-bent puppet cabaret show aptly named: “The Puppets from Hell”. As a long time active member of the Los Angeles Cacophony Society, Al “Quaeda”, as he was known, was involved in countless Cacophony Society pranks and events throughout the city. He also produced the “Incredibly Strange Cinema” cult film series as well as themed events such as the now infamous “Pornothon Movie Nights” and the satirical “Mexican Night: Noche De Tequila & Putas” shows at local nightclub venues. Throughout his art career, he has exhibited his canvas paintings at various local galleries, and has also written & illustrated numerous comic strips and Graphic Novel stories. Today, he lives in Silver Lake, California and works as a freelance artist and writer with numerous multi-media projects under his belt and in the works. His personal hobbies include collecting vintage toys and comic books, cinema history and Los Angeles City history. Contact: alguerrero@earthlink.net Al Guerrero P.O. Box 29697 Los Angeles, CA 90029-0697 www.alguerrero.com Myspace.com/thepuppetsfromhell

7 thoughts on “I Got My Spiderman Meets Obama Comic Book!

  1. Nice !!!! I have yet to get mine but since it’s going in to third print I figure I could pick it later. I also love how out of all the comic book characters, Spider-man is the one that most people can relate to, I know I do. I loved how they handled 9-11 with him and it seems fitting that spidey would be the one to welcome a new president to the comic world. I wonder if comic Obama knows about S.H.I.E.L.D. ?

  2. Barack-nid – LOL – classic…militant

    I gots to get me mine…

    and dude – what the heck is up with all these peeps wanting to be Spidey. I have seen the one in Hollywood and I am like “vato – deja las hamburgesas alone” or at least try switching to the protein burgers w/o cheeeeeeese.

    But then i saw this one and una lagrima me salio – what are they doing to my hero?

  3. hey that Spider Man you have pictured got arrested in hollywood a couple of weeks back, they have a couple of pics of the arrest as he is hauled away and put into a police car. I had to cut that out of the paper!

  4. I remember my first spidey comic:#143 against the cyclone and the beginning of the gwenstacy clone story arc! it was just 25 cents! I think the year was 1975 or 1976.I picked it up at LAX gift shop when we took our grandpa to the airport for his trip back to Nicaragua!(I’m a child of a Mexican dad and Nicaraguan Mom—what a mix!) my brothers and I would begin our never ending comic book collection from that date on. Comics definitely empowered my vocabulary and intellect with its far out SF TYPE stories. I read at a ninth grade level in sixth grade and reached college level by ninth and I thank comics for that.

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