A seminal Marvel artist has passed away at the age of 93. Jon and Steven discuss how Jazzy John’s Spider-Man was the only Spider-Man for an entire generation, why “Daredevil” was secretly an audition, and how his soap opera background completed Peter Parker’s world in a way even Steve Ditko didn’t. Plus, omnibus weights, the golden age of expensive collecting and how the Romitas made comics a family business that paid off for generations of fans. [Ep337]