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.
The distinctive hairstyles of Wonder Woman, Storm, Harley Quinn, Gwen Stacy and more are highlighted in a series of vibrant illustrations.
Spin some webs and capture some serious fashion with the Spider-Gwen Ladies’ Cardigan. On Earth 65, Gwen Stacy, instead of Peter Parker, was bitten by the radioactive spider, becoming that world’s Spider-Woman, and she fights crime with a colorful style that make’s Parker’s red and blue ensemble seem boring in comparison. This cool cardigan won’t […]
Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's return to Gwen Stacy in "Spider-Gwen" #1 is "lighthearted with some sinister undertones."
Gwen Stacy returns in an all-new "Spider-Gwen" #1, Jim Gordon gets beat down in "Batman" #45, and many others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
"Spider-Gwen" artist Robbi Rodriguez takes on another alternate take on Gwen Stacy in this newly revealed "Gwenpool" variant cover.
Sick and tired of boys getting all the attention -- and fresh off the success of a new Marvel comic series -- the folks at Vulture have reimagined Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy character as the actual hero of the "Amazing Spider-Man" series,...Show More Summary
What if Gwen Stacy had been on the receiving end of that fateful spider bite instead of Peter Parker? A Marvel comic called Spider-Gwen imagines that alternate reality, so now it's time to think about the inevitable movie franchise Vulture...Show More Summary
Marvel’s All-New, All-Different relaunch has a familiar face swinging into action this October! The creative team of Jason Latour (writer) and Robbi Rodriguez (art/cover) bring you Gwen Stacy as the latest initiate of the Spider Family: Spider-Gwen! Check out the official description, variant covers, and panel previews from Spider-Gwen #1! Because you demanded it, the […]
The Gwenaissance continues! Following the debut of Spider-Gwen a year ago, Marvel has seemingly gone gaga for Gwen Stacy. First was Spider-Gwen’s appearance in Spider-Verse. Then she became every Marvel Superhero ever in a series of variant covers. And now, she’s getting another comic... as Gwenpool! Read more...
The Gwen Stacy from another reality invades the Marvel Universe in December, first in "Howard the Duck" #1, then in her own holiday special.
The Gwen Stacy/Deadpool mash-up returns in a new image by Ron Lim.
The Ron Lim-illustrated image features a version of Gwen Stacy sporting a pink and white version of 'Pool's classic duds.
This week, learn just who decided to kill off Gwen Stacy - Gerry Conway or John Romita. Plus, was the action figure for Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves just a repainted Green Arrow, right down to the G on his belt?
Was it Gerry Conway or John Romita who decided to kill Gwen Stacy? And was the action figure for "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves" just a repainted Green Arrow?
In the beginning, Bryce Dallas Howard was seen as the red headed "it girl" of the town, scoring leads in two M. Night Shyamalan films in a row, as well as the role of Gwen Stacy in Spider-Man 3. But then, Jessica Chastain burst onto the scene in an equally impressive light, thus dooming the common moviegoer to confusion as to which lady was which. Show More Summary
With a cool costume comes cool merchandise. We Love Fine has these officially licensed clothing based on Gwen Stacy’s simple yet striking Spider-Woman costume: a hoodie and a hooded tank top. Swing over to We Love…
Move over Spider-Man because there’s a new web-slinger in town and the I Am Spider-Gwen Hooded Tank Top lets you be her. On an alternate Earth, Gwen Stacy was bitten by a radioactive spider, becoming the hero known as Spider-Woman, but comic fans immediately gave her a more fitting name – Spider-Gwen – as soon […]
Gwen Stacy's become a massively popular Marvel character recently thanks to a new comic where SHE'S the spider superhero. So would Emma Stone ever want to play her again?