Move over Peter Parker! Marvel has released the first issue of the Spider-Gwen comic series. The character, who is best known as Spider-Man’s teenage girlfriend, first appeared as a web-slinging heroine in Edge of Spider-Verse #2. According...Show More Summary
When Spidey returns to the big screen as part of the MCU, would you prefer Peter Parker or Miles Morales to be under the mask?
Recent casting rumors indicate that the newest Spider-Man reboot, which will now be finally featured within the Marvel, might reveal another face behind the web-slinger's mask.
Spider-Man is coming home to the Marvel Cinematic Universe! But is Peter Parker coming with him? You might be scratching your head. For millions of Marvel fans, Peter Parker is synonymous with Spider-Man, having served as his alter ego for decades. Show More Summary
Spider-Man is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the near future… but Peter Parker might not be. A new rumor claims the next friendly neighborhood webslinger will not be a white man, and will not be Peter Parker. Could we finally...Show More Summary
While Marvel fans continue to viciously debate if the next Spider-Man movie should feature frequently rebooted (and exceedingly white) Peter Parker or the fresher (and exceedingly more diverse) story of Miles Morales, DC Comics struck...Show More Summary
This is the latest in a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me. When Peter Parker married Mary Jane Watson in 1987, the Spider-Man titles followed that story up with the classic Kraven’s Last Hunt and then followed THAT up with the less classic Life in the Mad […]
Marvel fans rejoiced last week with the announcement that Spider-Man would officially join the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but a major question still remains. Which Spider-Man will Sony Entertainment Studios and Marvel Studios choose...Show More Summary
Peter Parker is essentially the original teen hero in many comic readers eyes - the balance between his teenage life and the great responsibility of super-heroism is what helped made him into one of Marvel's most popular characters. But why are Marvel so afraid of moving the character on from that point? Read more...
After getting royally dicked around in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, somebody over at Marvel Studios must have figured that they needed to save Peter Parker (at least momentarily) before he got stuck with another Spider-Man 3. Well, good news! Marvel has reached an agreement with Sony Pictures which will see Spidey’s next movie produced byMORE
Forget Peter Parker -- there are plenty of other friends and foes of Spider-Man that will make a great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider-Man is finally going to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but where was he while the Avengers were fighting the Battle of New York? This video inserts Peter Parker into the action, letting him fight alongside Earth's Mightiest heroes. Read more...
The past few days have been a whirlwind for Marvel and Spider-Man fans. Between the scrapping of The Amazing Spider-Man universe, the nixing of Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, and the promise of the character’s involvement in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, there was a whole lot to digest. Show More Summary
SPIDER-MAN is home. It is a moment worthy of celebration.Despite Andrew Garfield’s more-than-likable two-film stint as Peter Parker; his on-screen chemistry with Emma Stone that hinted at their real-life romance; the death of Gwen Stacy...Show More Summary
Minutes ago, we published our list of 15 actors who should play the new Spider-Man. It’s not an easy list to make because few know exactly how old Sony wants the character to be or whether or not he’ll be Peter Parker. Well, scratch that. Show More Summary
Actors are being discussed, but the studio still has to decide if Spider-Man's alter ego will be Miles Morales or Peter Parker.
A deal has finally been struck: Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios will now feature the web-slinging Spider-Man in a yet-to-be-specified Marvel cinematic universe film.
Marvel and Sony are already starting to cast their upcoming 'Spider-Man' reboot, but are also considering changing Peter Parker to Miles Morales. [...]
We're still reeling from last night's huge announcement - Sony and Marvel finally struck a deal to get Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But what's still unclear is which direction Marvel will take him. We have some thoughts.
[Additional reporting by Germain Lussier] It happened: Sony admitted it needed help with Spider-Man, and went to Marvel for an assist. The character will be re-cast, and the new Spider-Man will first appear in a Marvel Studios movie, with a new Sony film to follow in 2017. Show More Summary