Marvel's flagship network show drills home the promise of a death in its upcoming season finale.
In this week's CBLR, did Marvel edit out the "snap" when they reprinted the death of Gwen Stacy? Was John Byrne nearly part of Image Comics' start? And finally, what amusing Jungle Book-related mistake occurred in Vertigo's Fables?
Did Marvel remove the "snap" in "Death of Gwen Stacy" reprints? And was John Byrne almost an original Image Comics creator?
Marvel Comics "Civil War II" promotes the television show with a Greg Land variant homaging John Romita's classic "Death of Gwen Stacy" cover.
CSBG routinely answers reader-submitted questions, like how, exactly, did Gwen Stacy die? Did Spider-Man accidentally snap her neck or...?
In this edition of Comic Book Questions Answered, we look into how Gwen Stacy died.
In The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the clock tower strikes 1:21 and Gwen Stacy falls to her death. This is a reference to the 1973 issue #121 of the comic book series in which Gwen dies. (Video Link) That's 1 of 10 impressive Easter eggs hidden discreetly in superhero movies, including the 1978 Superman and the 2008 film The Dark Knight. Show More Summary
The latest teaser for Marvel's upcoming "Dead No More" storyline sees Gwen Stacy join the expanding roster of characters.
Now that Gwenpool and Gwenom are both real Marvel characters, which Gwen-centric mash-up deserves more than a variant cover?
Ross Andru didn't draw the most iconic Spider-Man story of the 1970s --- Gil Kane was the artist of 1973's "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" --- but in his five-year run as artist on The Amazing Spider-Man from 1973 to 1978, Andru served as...Show More Summary
Sony and Marvel’s Avengers-friendly Spider-Man reboot is still shrouded in mystery, much like a tiny pest that has scurried behind a bookshelf and won’t be seen again until it’s laying eggs in your brain while you sleep—but at least the web-slinger’s supporting cast has just added another member. Show More Summary
Sony and Marvel's Spider-Man reboot has cast Zendaya in a lead role, Deadline reports. But if the names Mary Jane Watson or Gwen Stacy are flashing in your head right now, don't get too excited: The actress/singer will apparently be playing a woman named Michelle, which is either a new character... More »
Yes, right now in the Marvel Universe there is a new character called Gwenpool. Any true comic fan should know what two Marvel names that is together in one. Yes, Gwen Stacy and Deadpool. She is insane and charming and kind of the anti-Deadpool while still having ‘Pool qualities. Show More Summary
Spider-Man's co-creator weighs in on how he would have liked to have seen the Peter and Gwen saga play out.
Ash Williams and Gwen Stacy arrive in a DC Universe plagued by the walking dead in this sequel to the fan short "Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness."
Wolverine can only hope to have this much fun while he’s dead. Gwenpool started out as a truly inspired mashup cosplay of Gwen Stacy and Deadpool at the San Diego Comic-con. The pink-powered merc quickly went viral, becoming official with appearances in titles like Howard the Duck and the Gwenpool Holiday Special. Now the amazing […]
Gwen Stacy is sure getting around Marvel’s current comics for a character who has mostly stayed dead since she was killed off nearly 45 years ago. Not only is she the star of Spider-Gwen, she’s now getting another series. Well, one version of her is. Enter The Unbelievable Gwenpool. Read more...
Chris Bachalo's Deadpool/Gwen Stacy mash-up gets her own ongoing.
The series where Gwen Stacy is the superhero swinging around Manhattan beating up bad guys is a fan-favorite twist on the Spider-Man mythos. Last week, a great version of Captain America showed up in Spider-Gwen #2. She eats nachos off her shield. I want to see more of her immediately. Read more...
The Web Warriors face off against Electros from across the Spider-Verse in order to help Gwen Stacy in Costa & Baldeon's "Web Warriors" #2.