One of the best things to happen in comics in 2012 was the digital release of a bunch of titles by Shotaro Ishinomori, the creator of Kikaider, that Legend of Zelda comic that ran in Nintendo Power, and a bunch of other comics about monsters getting kicked right in the face. The one that drew my attention the most was the classic Kamen Rider, and while our own Dylan Todd wrote about how great these comics are, I tho
As most fans of Spider-Man know, the friendly neighborhood superhero's name is properly spelled with a hyphen in between the "Man" and the "Spider" that modifies him. Outside the comics community, there seems to be some confusion about this point, so Cathy Leamy has helpfully illus
We've got an exclusive five-page preview of "Spider-Man: Fever" that we'd like to share with you, from the first issue of the upcoming Spidey miniseries by Brendan McCarthy. We've been excited for this project since we first caught a glimpse of McCarthy's art, which evokes the Silver Age psychedelics of Steve Ditko's "Dr. Strange,"
I love knock-off toys. Sure, they're never as detailed or as articulate or as authentic as the real deal, but there's a certain charm to figures that are clearly doing their best to emulate the genuine goods
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has its share of awesome balloons, but perhaps the most iconic inflatable for comic fans has been absent for more than a decade.
But no more! A modernized version of Spider-Man's webcrawling form is set to make his Macy's debut Thursday, November 26 starting at 9 a.m.
Bono and The Edge of U2, who are scoring the Spider-Man musical, turn the wankery up to 11 in this interview where they talk about how the story of Spider-Man is really the story of every rock and roll star, which is to emerge from unpopular youth into self-obsessed superstardom as a form of vengeance on the people who picked on them? Because egotism and retaliation are totally what Peter Parker is all about?
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