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There are a lot of toy fairs and expos every year, but over the past few summers, LEGO's managed to save up something new just for San Diego Comic-Con. In 2011, LEGO revealed its first ever batch of Marvel and DC Comics minifigures, followed by an even bigger set of minifig debuts at last year's show. The brickmaker is sure to roll out even more new products when SDCC opens this week, but attendees can do one better than simply seeing new sets if they can grab any of the four exclusive figures LEGO will be giving away this week at booth 2829. Arrow (from the same-titled CW series), Spider-Woman, a new version of Spider-Man and an all-black Man of Steel style Superman will all be on hand in limited quantities.
According to CBR, the "Spider-Woman" ongoing series is apparently over as of next week's #7, with her story to be continued in the pages of the new ongoing "Avengers" title debuting in April. Writer Brian Michael Bendis says that the August 2009 motion comic took more work than ex
The new Marvel motion comic adventures of Jessica Drew as Spider-Woman in Madripoor continue in the third episode scripted by Brian Michael Bendis, out next week on iTunes, where you can buy the first and second episodes now. We've got exclusive art from the hybrid comic fro
The second episode of the "Spider-Woman" motion comic comes out today on iTunes, and we've got a preview of the latest chapter of Jessica Drew's post-traumatic adventures in mean streets of Madripoor:
The first "Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." motion comic debuted from Marvel last week with a bang, hitting number #1 in the TV animation and #2 on the TV episodes chart -- trailing only the mega-buzzy "Mad Men" debut. The first episode is still on sale at an introductory price of 99 cents, and second episode is on the way -- and we've got exclusive images.
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Patience is a virtue for Spider-Woman fans. When Jessica Drew made her comeback in the pages of Bendis' "New Avengers" back in 2005, the promise of a Bendis and Alex Maleev-helmed solo title seemed to float over through event after event, until it was eventually discovered that the character was approximately the opposite of who everyone thought she was