Spider-Man's had a complicated relationship with parkour the past few years. The first The Amazing Spider-Man movie promo footage had many fans comparing it to the opening sequence from EA's parkour-based Mirror's Edge video game. Later, Stan Lee seemed to steal the Webslinger's spotlight with a parkour video all his own. Leave it to Spider-Man fan Ronnie Shalvis to reclaim some of Spidey's glory with an impressive new video that shows how the friendly neighborhood hero gets around once he runs out of precious web fluid just in time for this weekend's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opening.
Libraries: Miniature libraries are popping up all over the US and comics are coming along for the wonderful ride.
Creators: Mick Anglo, creator of Marvelman (a.k.a. Miracleman), has passed away at the age of 96.
Gaming: Gotham Ci
TV: Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes gives Booster Gold a stern talkin' to in new Smallville images.
Anime: Warner Bros. Supernatural anime will see release in the US on July 26, Jared Padalecki's voice is all over the first season, but co-star Jensen Ackles fans will have to hunt for his voice through an unspecified amount of episodes.
Upcoming: Titan Comics will release the first issue of its n
Yes, we all knew that Parkour had jumped the shark when Michael Scott started namechecking it while wreaking havoc around the Dunder Mifflin offices, but that doesn't stop it from continuing to look incredibly cool, even as sequential art.
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