iBakery made these Spider-Man cookies for someone turning 50 years old, so all of them are based on vintage Spider-Man. These sensational cookies are from the opening credits of the 1967 Spider-Man Cartoon. This cartoon is best know for the classic opening song:
Does whatever a spider can.
Spins a web, any size,
Catches thieves just like flies.
Look out! Here comes the Spider-man.
Is he strong? Listen bud— He's got radioactive blood. Can he swing from a thread? Take a look overhead. Hey there! There goes the Spider-man.
In the chill of the night, At the scene of the crime, Like a streak of light, He arrives just in time!
Spider-man, Spider-man, Friendly neighborhood Spider-man. Wealth and fame, he's ignored— Action is his reward. To him, Life is a great big bang-up— Wherever there's a hang-up, You'll find the Spider-man!
These also look like Spider-Man from the 1967 cartoon.
This cookie recreates one of the most famous Spider-Man issues ever – Amazing Spider-Man 121. Without spoiling this issue, someone close to Peter Parker dies in the issue and changes the comic forever.
Here is the original cover from Marvel.com:
These recreate a panel from a Spider-Man issue. I really like the way the word balloons are raised.