The talents at Marvel's Spider-Man panel at New York Comic Con included writer Dan Slott, artists Ryan Stegman and Paolo Rivera, and editors Stephen Wacker, Ellie Pyle and Thomas Brennan. The prodigious group highlighted upcoming developments for the legendary webslinger and a variety of related Spider-heroes and villain
"Spider Island" shouldn't be good.
I mean, when you get right down to it, there's nothing about it that seems like it would work: Throwback villains, a big high concept involving three other franchises and a handful of second-stringers that get their own mini-series, tie-ins from characters that are related purely by the narrow geography of the Marvel universe, it all sounds like it should add up to something rough.
But in the pages of Amazing Spid
Welcome to Digital ComicsAlliance, your headquarters for digital comics news and recommendations. We're switching gears a little this week and bringing you three of the very best Spider-Man stories in recent memory, with some of the most touching writing and incredibly appealing art you'll ever see out of a Marvel comic.
1. Name: Amazi
What happens when every man, woman, child, superhero and supervillain in Manhattan suddenly finds themselves in possession of the same incredible superpowers as the amazing Spider-Man? That is the question at the heart of "Spider-Island," a new storyline beginning in Amazing Spider-Man #666. On sale now, the story by Dan Slott and S
The Amazing Spider-Man panel at Comic-Con took an interesting turn yesterday after a 3D screening of the trailer and some raw footage that gave fans a first look at Welsh actor Rhys Ifans as The Lizard, a crocodile-like monster emerging from the sewer through a bathroom stall and frightening several young girls. Ifans also ma