In what may be the publisher's most aggressive move in the courtship of digital comics, Marvel announced this week plans to release all chapters of its much hyped "The Death of Spider-Man" storyline as digital downloads the same days the print versions go on sale in retail shops. The story begins in February and runs through Ultimate Comics Spider-Man and Ulti
Art: The BPRD: Hell On Earth -- Gods team of artist Guy Davis, co-writer John Arcudi, colorist Dave Stewart, and Dark Horse editor Scott Allie discuss the creation of the issue's slick cover.
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After rocking the "Ultimate Comics" numbering for 15 issues, "Ultimate Spider-Man" returns to its original numbering in celebration of its 150th official installment and the tenth anniversary of the Ultimate Universe itself, according the Marvel November solicits released today. The solicits also contained the news that the "Daredevil" comic
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
PETER PARKER, FASHION VICTIM - Siege: Spider-Man One-Shot / Ultimate Spider-Man 9
On the whole it cannot be said that Peter Parker has had an easy life. He's had family members killed, watched loved ones die before his own eyes, been betra
Two considerable bits of Marvel multimedia news have surfaced just in time to cloud every comic book fan's thoughts during rush hour. Watch yourself on the commute home because not only is Disney XD going to air a new "Ultimate Spider-Man" animated series beginning in the Fall of 2011, Joss Whedon is reportedly in final
At the risk of sounding cantankerous, there was a time when obnoxious comic book covers came in only two flavors: foil or hologram. Now, using a process only Tony Stark could have invented, Marvel is forging those two great tastes with – you guessed it – part foil, part hologram covers atop all three of its new Ultimate titles.
I know this post is about a week late --I think my colleague Chris Dooley put it best when he texted me yesterday succinctly calling me a "slacker"-- but I couldn't let the publication of Ultimate Spider-Man Issue 111 pass unnoticed. For this issue marked the end of the longest continuous run of a creative team since Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's 102 issues of Fantastic Four. Starting next month, Brian Michael Bendis' trusty sidekick Mark Bagley will be stepping down on their enormously popular series, making way for Nextwave veteran Suart Immomen to take the visual reins. Truly, the end of an era.