10 Photos Of Spider-Man With Steve Buscemi's Eyes

So a few weeks ago, Cracked's head layout editor Logan Trent posed to Twitter a riddle for the ages:

Three days later, the mystery was solved:

Here at Cracked, we model our lives, careers, and haircuts after acclaimed newspaperman J. Jonah Jameson. So of course, the only sane response here was "BRING US PHOTOS OF SPIDER-MAN ... with Steve Buscemi's eyes."

Logan (who, if we are to extend this analogy, is secretly Spider-Man and/or Steve Buscemi) obliged:

To be fair, they're only slightly buggier than Tobey's eyes.

"I'm flying!"

"Hey! My eyes are up here."

Surprisingly, this is probably the most realistic one.

Steve Buscemi > Steve Rogers.

How do you make the sexiest moment in superhero movies sexier? This is how.

"How do you do, fellow heroes?"

BuscemiManChokeMeDaddy.jpg is the Rule 34 that 2018 needs and deserves.

"WE ARE STEVEN!"

Eat s**t, Mount Rushmore.

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Man, those were some great photos of Spider-Man with Steve Buscemi's eyes, weren't they? But as you might've noticed, Cracked publishes more than photos of Spider-Man with Steve Buscemi's eyes every single day. In fact, Cracked began as a humor magazine in 1958. Back then, there were only two kinds of entertainment -- listening to Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" for untold rapturous hours, and smoking -- so it was a fine time to launch a comedy publication.

So yeah, it's been 60 years, and Cracked's still here. Further, we fully intend to be around for another 60 billion years, at which point we will have stopped being a website and evolved into a huge, ever-growing, pulsating brain that rules from the center of the Ultraworld.

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Just don't bring us more photos of Spider-Man with Steve Buscemi's eyes. We already have those.

Logan Trent is Cracked's Head Layout Editor. Follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and in Steve Buscemi's bushes. Cyriaque Lamar is Editorial Director at Cracked.

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