Posted by , Dec 21, 2014 at 04:07pm
Birdman's iconic hand rub can be found on the latest issue of "The Amazing Spider-Man".

Birdman's presence is largely felt when he's around, whether he's shit-talking at the end of a track, or simplyrubbing his hands together in a video, the man leaves a strong impression. Naturally, when he shows up on the cover of a Spiderman comic, he can't help but upstage one of the most powerful supervillains in the Marvel universe with his boss status.

The Cash Money mogul can be found boolin' in a bondo with the Kingpin on the front page of The Amazing Spider-Man #11, and it's just as amazing as it sounds. The #1 Stunna appears in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Lugz Birdman Boot.  

Of course, Baby's palms are itchin' even as a cartoon. Check out the cover in the gallery above.

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Birdman Is On The Cover Of The New Spider-Man Comic

Birdman's iconic hand rub can be found on the latest issue of "The Amazing Spider-Man".


Birdman's presence is largely felt when he's around, whether he's shit-talking at the end of a track, or simplyrubbing his hands together in a video, the man leaves a strong impression. Naturally, when he shows up on the cover of a Spiderman comic, he can't help but upstage one of the most powerful supervillains in the Marvel universe with his boss status.

The Cash Money mogul can be found boolin' in a bondo with the Kingpin on the front page of The Amazing Spider-Man #11, and it's just as amazing as it sounds. The #1 Stunna appears in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Lugz Birdman Boot.  

Of course, Baby's palms are itchin' even as a cartoon. Check out the cover in the gallery above.

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