Those of you who follow Superior Spider-Man writer Dan Slott on Twitter may have noticed a prank he pulled a while back where he teased readers with the possibility that the new title was going to star Miguel O'Hara, better known to '90s readers as Spider-Man 2099. Today, MTV Geek put up a video of Slott apolo
Throughout his five-decade history, he's been Amazing, Spectacular, Sensational and even Unlimited, but starting next year, Marvel's wall-crawling Avenger will become something he's never been before: Superior.
Launching in 2013 is Superior Spider-Man, a new series that will replace Amazing Spider-Man and, it seems, replac
Manga: The lastest issue of Young Ace dropped on October 4 in Japan and features the first installment of the BBC Sherlock manga spinoff by artist "Jay."
Upcoming: Fantagraphics apparently has plenty more Carl Barks and Al Feldstein reprint projects in the pipeline.
Art: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cl
Yesterday's solicitations for new Marvel periodicals shipping in December confirmed that Amazing Spider-Man, Wolverine, and the team-up title Captain America and... (formerly just Captain America) will all come to a close with that month's issues. These very long-running series will join the ranks of other Marvel titles that have bee
Marvel wrapped up its weekend of San Diego Comic-Con announcements on Sunday afternoon with a panel dedicated to its friendliest of neighborhood heroes: Spider-Man. Director of Publicity Arune Singh moderated the panel and was joined on stage by Marvel talent scout C
As though Spider-Man wasn't already busy enough with the Future Foundation, the Avengers, solo super-heroism and his regular job at Horizon Labs, it looks like he's about to take on yet another responsibility. In this Augus
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
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