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Dan Slott And Stuart Immonen Bring Norman Osborn Back In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ #25 [Preview]

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Stuart Immonen / Marvel Comics

In superhero comics, there's nothing quite as iconic as seeing the triumphant hero clash with their ultimate nemesis, and for Spider-Man that rival is none other than The Green Goblin. In next month's The Amazing Spider-Man #25, Dan Slott and Stuart Immonen bring back a more cunning and deadlier version of Norman Osborn for a special oversized issue that also features stories by Cale Atkinson, Hannah Blumenreich, and more!

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Lethal Protector: The Twisted Comics History Of Venom

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There’s something about the evil doppelganger that’s irresistible in superhero comics, and among a crowded room of Bizarros, Reverse Flashes and Sabretooths, one dark mirror of a villain stands out as the most iconic; the sinister symbiote known as Venom, which made its first full appearance in comics on this day in 1988.

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What You Might Have Missed In Marvel’s March 2017 Solicitations

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Marvel Comics

This month, in Marvel’s March solicitations, we've got some surprising returns, a most welcome homecoming, and the Marvel Comics debut of one of the best superhero cartoonists in the business today.

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Hitting The Jackpot: A Celebration Of Mary Jane Watson

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On this day in 1966, Peter Parker was confronted with the eight iconic words that would change his life forever, as Stan Lee and John Romita finally introduced Mary Jane Watson as a supporting character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Whether it’s as wife, confidante, or a take no prisoners model/actress/nightclub owner, Mary Jane has been one of the most enduring and important supporting characters in comics for half a century.

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Everything We Can’t Wait To See At San Diego Comic Con, Part Two: Saturday & Sunday [SDCC 2016]

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San Diego Comic Con is without a doubt the biggest event on the industry’s calendar, and people will be flying from around the world to attend panels, watch trailers, meet creators, and make friends. This year’s event is bigger than ever, with so much going on every single day that it can be difficult to sift through all that information and decide how to spend your time.

Yesterday we gave a rundown on what to expect on Thursday and Friday, but things heat up as the weekend kicks in and the major studios make their presence known. Expect big reveals from Marvel Studios, DC's TV offerings and more, plus great panels featuring your favorite creators in comics.

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Trailblazer: Celebrating The Career Of Phil Jimenez

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Phil Jimenez is many things; he’s an artist known for work on on seminal comics runs such as Grant Morrison’s The Invisibles, he’s a writer renowned for his work on Wonder Woman, and he was one of the first out gay men in work-for-hire comics. Today, we celebrate Jimenez’s birthday, and in doing so we also celebrate his lengthy career as both a writer and artist, and as an advocate for LGBTQ rights and representation within the industry.

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‘Spider-Man: Dead No More’ Becomes ‘The Clone Conspiracy’ From Slott And Cheung

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Marvel Comics has been teasing this year’s big Spider-Man event “Dead No More” for months now, with teasers indicating the return of many beloved supporting characters and villains including Doctor Octopus, Uncle Ben and Gwen Stacy. Today, however, the true name and nature of the event has been revealed in the form of a standalone miniseries titled “The Clone Conspiracy” by Dan Slott and Jim Cheung.

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Spider-Man Takes His Time Choosing Sides in ‘Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man’ #1 [Preview]

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After that whole "three different costumes in a year" thing he went through in the original Civil War, Peter Parker isn't rushing into anything this time around. Determined to figure things out on his own, Spider-Man uses his connection with Johnny Storm to set up a meeting with Ulysses, the precognitive Inhuman at the heart of Civil War II.

At least, that's what the official synopsis and the Marvel.com interview with writer Christos Gage tell us about the events of Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man #1. The preview is just two pages of Spidey fighting some purple Vulture guys. But it's a great showcase for Travel Foreman's art, so that's something.

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What Marvel Got Right About Spider-Man That His Solo Movies Got Wrong

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Marvel

Oh what a different 18 months makes. A year ago, last fall Spider-Man fans were facing an entire universe of Spidey movies they didn’t particularly want; a third Amazing Spider-Man about the continuing and not-particularly-exciting adventures of Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker, plus spinoff movies for Venom and the Sinister Six. Things got so bad for Spider-Man that when rumors began circulating that Sony was considering an Aunt May movie, Sony had to publicly dismiss those rumors as “silly” with “no validity whatsoever” because people thought that the company that made Amazing Spider-Man 2 might actually be dumb enough to make an Aunt May movie.

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‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Pays Tribute to ‘Spider-Man’ With S3 Finale Poster

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Captain America: Civil War has done a pretty good job keeping its MCU Spider-Man under wraps before the premiere, though the wall-crawler’s influence is being felt on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well. A new comic variant Season 3 finale poster pays homage to a classic Spider-Man cover, teasing an end to one of the title Agents.

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