Here's a Spider-Man cover I did awhile back. I'm not actually sure what it's getting used for though. I just wanted to do a iconic style shot of him and I love seeing him hang up side down.
The problem with drawing Spidey is the amount of people to can destroy me at doing it. Let's take Stuart Immonen (current artist on Ultimate Spider-Man) for example. Here is a guy who makes me cry every time I look at his work. After seeing his take on the character I vow to never attempt it. Stuart's version of Peter Parker is hands down the most spot on depiction of the character that I see in my mind when thinking of him. He looks young. Not just in clothing and hairstyle which seems to be most peoples way of saying "Look, here's a teenager. Don't mind the 30 year old build forcing the thigh muscles to want to explode from the spandex. Just keep you eye on the iPod and remember that despite the fact that he looks like he could be your dad, he's only in highschool". Stuarts Peter has the athletic build you expect from Spidey but in the adolescent body that is should be. He feels like a young, exuberant superhero that he should be.
Ok, I love Stuart Immonen's art and maybe I'm starting to push the line of a being a stalker who cares. To me, he's one of the best out there... period!
So, yeah, I drew Spidey too, big whoop!