Remember when they’re on the snow planet, with the walking thingies?
Don’t you get a sense that, after the appearance in Captain America: Civil War, fans everywhere are a little more excited about Spider-Man again? I know I am, and if you fall into that category, you’re going to want to take a gander at these super cool new posters
Super-powers. Wrestling. Power and responsibility. All the familiar beats of Spider-Man’s origin are there in Spider-Gwen Annual #1, but they get the clever tweaks that have become the hallmark of Gwen Stacy’s alt-universe adventures.
I can’t imagine how long it took them to come up with something that worked as well for Spider-Gwen as Spider-Ham worked for Spider-Man. You can tell it’s a bit harder to grasp, since Spider-Ham stops to explain it.
Back in 2014, before Sony decided to let Marvel take the steering wheel of Spider-Man movie franchise, it had plans for the webslinger’s cinematic future. Big plans. Plans that included a spin-off movie based on the mercenary Silver Sable. Plans that may be back on.
Now that we actually live in a reality where Marvel’s Cinematic Universe can call itself home to the most iconic superhero in the world, it’s weird to look back at the time when Marvel and Sony’s relationship over Spider-Man was a bit frostier than it is now. Times have changed, though, and it seems like will be in…
A new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 synopsis hints at former rumors. God is dead, and The Emoji Movie has a new title. Gotham adds a Vale—but not the one you’d expect. The Flash season three is definitely putting its own spin on a major comic book storyline. Plus, more Dark Tower teases and Grimm’s return. Spoilers…
Or so wonders Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee, who says the actor’s performance as Peter Parker has blown him away in a manner that neither Tobey Maguire not Andrew Garfield managed. “I can’t believe it,” Lee gushed at the recent Denver Comic Con. “It’s as if we created a living being to be Spider-Man, and it turned…
If there’s anything as cliché in comic books as dead characters coming back to life, it’s clones—but good news! The next Spider-Man event series is combining both. The event previously known as Dead No More is, well, no more: It’s now called The Clone Conspiracy.
It’s a big day for Spider-Man: Homecoming, since reports have surfaced tying both Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) and Martin Starr (Silicon Valley) to the new Spider-Man film.
One of the latest Marvel casting rumors making the rounds is that Michael Barbieri’s Spider-Man: Homecoming character is based on Ganke Lee, who, in the comics, is the best friend of Miles Morales. Not regular Spider-Man, better known as Peter Parker. In the comics, Ganke Lee is a pudgy Korean-American who looks like…
He’s not going to be playing Miles Morales. We’re certain. Well, pretty certain.
One of the biggest surprises during the PlayStation E3 press conference last night was the announcement of a new PS4-exclusive game starring Marvel’s ultra-popular web-slinger. The crimefighter from Queens looks a lot different, though.
Tonight at Sony’s E3 Megapalooza, the PlayStation makers announced a PS4-exclusive Spider-Man game from Insomniac, the studio behind Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdrive.
Before Andrew Garfield and before Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi were going to make a fourth Spider-Man movie. For lots of rumored reasons, it never happened. Work on the film did take place, though—and now some awesome storyboards have hit the internet.
Hey, remember when it was announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie) would be making an animated Spider-Man movie? It might be even better than we thought.
Spider-Man is one of our greatest superheroes, both because he’s got a great story and because of his fantastic supporting cast. Say whatever you want about Spidey, but the fact he comes with characters like Venom, Green Goblin, Electro and others is a huge part of his legacy—and now,you can celebrate all of those…
Tobey Maguire had three outings as Peter Parker / Spider-Man under Sam Raimi, and that torch has since been passed along to Andrew Garfield and now Tom Holland. Earlier this week, Maguire passed along his praise in an entertaining way.