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
With Comic-Con 2011 about to kick off next week, we're preparing for the excitement and madness by taking a look back at some of our favorite videos from last year, where we had the chance to ask Jamie McKelvie and Kieron Gillen, "Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott, "Sweet Tooth" creator Jeff Lemire, and "The Legend of Neil" stars Tony Janning and Sandeep Parikh about their very first comic book experience reading a comic book.Everyone remembe
I'm a Spider-Man guy. ComicsAlliance has a bunch of Batman guys, and that's great. I love Grant Morrison's Batman work as much as the next fella, but I've always been partial to Spider-Man. I'm not en
Amazing Spider-Man's latest status quo shake-up hit this week, and it's officially code-named "Big Time," where Peter Parker's got a job, a girl, and all of his supervillains newly pissed at him. "Brand
There was big news in the world of Spider-Man today, as Marvel announced at their Spider-Man Comic-Con panel that the "One More Day" era of the comics would give way to "Big Time" this November.
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