The Spiderman save-the-date card is in actuality a recreation of Amazing Spider-Man #131's cover, originally drawn by Gil Kane and inked by Frank Giacola. The artist, who wishes to remain anonymous, skillfully integrated his wife and himself into the cover in place of Aunt May and Dr. Octopus. Let's hope their wedding is much more successful than the one that takes place in the actual comic book.
Implications - Pop culture products have the ability to reach widespread audiences because they're so highly saturated among media outlets. Corporations looking to disseminate promotional campaigns may consider purchasing licenses to incorporate pop culture characters into their ads.