Gwen Stacy finally gets a life.
Forty-two years after Gwen Stacy, Spider-Man’s pre-MJ squeeze, met an untimely demise in The Amazing Spiderman #121, the character has… Read More
It's been 42 years since Spider-Man's girlfriend, Gwen Stacy, died in the final pages of The Amazing Spider-Man #121 -- a death that changed comic book history forever and was quite possibly Marvel's first admission that superheroesShow More Summary
The legendary Marvel artist spoke with CBR about defining the Silver Age, killing Gwen Stacy and all things Spider-Man across his storied career.
After offering up insights on what The Walking Dead is really about and what's actually going on between Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, Bad Lip Reading is back, and this time it's tackled Hunger Games: Catching Fire. More » This Bad Lip...Show More Summary
AICN COMICS Reviews: TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE! PIROUETTE! MOON KNIGHT! THE GHOST ENGINE! Grant Morrison’s ANNIHILATOR! GWEN STACY Statue! & More! Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian HornTABLE OF CONTENTSThe Pull List(Click title...Show More Summary
Is is actually possible Gwen Stacy could come back for The Amazing Spider-Man franchise? Did Scott Lang’s profession change in the Ant-Man movie? Where is Batman v Superman filming with the full roster of the cast? How does Joss Whedon...Show More Summary
Sony is reportedly considering a story arc from the Marvel comics that would bring Gwen Stacy back to life in a new 'Spider-Man' movie. [...]
Either Sony has no idea what the hell to do with Spider-Man or the studio has the greatest spin department in all of Hollywood. Practically since the moment Amazing Spider-Man 2 did... fine enough, there have been rumors raging about all kinds of different directions the franchise might go in. Show More Summary
Emma Stone always makes the best fashion statements! But this one is rather innneresting. The Birdman star was spotted running errands in El Lay, looking fantastic as ever when photogs noticed a new accessory… …a ring on THAT finger! [ Photos: 9 Of The Most Expensive Celebrity Engagement Rings! ] Does this mean what we think it means?? Let's [...]
The alternate universe Spider-Woman that is Gwen Stacy is reportedly swinging her way into a solo title next year.
The countdown is finished! What did you pick for #1? The Death of Jean Grey? The Death of Gwen Stacy? The Return of Captain America? Find out!
The third installment to the new "Amazing Spider-Man" film franchise starring Andrew Garfield has been pushed to a 2018 release but a spin-off title called the "Sinister Six" has taken its place in the 2016 slot. It is still unclear on whether Andrew Garfield will star in the spin-off as his contract only allows him to appear in three Spider-Man films.
“Face It Tiger” is a song by Waco, Texas-based indie rock band Married With Sea Monsters based on the Marvel comic Edge of Spider-Verse #2. In the comic — which is part of an overarching Spider-Man event — Gwen Stacy plays in a band fronted by Mary Jane Watson that’s aptly named The Mary Janes, […]
Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 opens with Gwen Stacy playing drums in the Mary Janes, a rock band fronted by none other than Mary Jane Watson. Indie rockers Married With Sea Monsters added a few more lyrics and a tune to the Mary Janes' song "Face It, Tiger" and recorded it for our listening enjoyment. Read more...
For all of its many faults, one of the best things this spring’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had going for it was
Did you grab Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's Edge of Spider-Verse #2 yesterday? If you didn't, you should - it's an alternate reality comic where Gwen Stacy takes on the Spider-mantle. In the story, Gwen has a band, "The Mary Janes" - and now you can hear their hit single.
Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez give new life to Gwen Stacy in "Edge of Spider-Verse" #2 with "everything that you didn't know you wanted in a Spider-book."
Now that her amazing debut is behind her, Brett White hopes that this isn't the last we've seen of the new Gwen Stacy.
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