The Parker Industries CEO needs a break, which means it's time to don the webs in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli.
D’Onofrio Wants To Bring DAREDEVIL’s Kingpin To SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Wilson “Kingpin” Fisk began his criminal career in 1967’s Amazing Spider-Man #50, and now Vincent D’Onofrio – responding...Show More Summary
Spider-Man is one of our greatest superheroes, both because he’s got a great story and because of his fantastic supporting cast. Say whatever you want about Spidey, but the fact he comes with characters like Venom, Green Goblin, Electro and others is a huge part of his legacy—and now,you can celebrate all of those characters and more in one poster. Read more...
A new video shows Logan's evolution in film and TV, from 1982's "Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends" to 2016's "Deadpool."
J.D. Walsh is perhaps best known for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and the TV sitcom "Two and a Half Men." But recently the actor took on a decidedly un-Hollywood project: He rounded up random people on the street, improvised with them, and then edited the results into a hilariously good cop movie trailer. Show More Summary
After that whole "three different costumes in a year" thing he went through in the original Civil War, Peter Parker isn't rushing into anything this time around. Determined to figure things out on his own, Spider-Man uses his connection...Show More Summary
The first look inside June's CIVIL WAR II: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN has some twisted amalgams of Iron Spider and the Green Goblin.
Power and responsibility loom large as Christos Gage and Travel Foreman throw Peter Parker into the thick of Marvel's "Civil War II" event.
Prior to the release of Civil War, when Marvel and Sony announced their new joint arrangement to bring a fresh spider-face to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a lot of fans felt an overwhelming sense of malaise and apathy towards the idea of a third take on a silver screen Spidey in only 15 years. Show More Summary
Writer Dan Slott exclusively reveals "Before Dead No More," a series of special issues that lay the groundwork for the "Amazing Spider-Man" event.
The highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War hits theaters today, and it's amazing, spectacular, and every other adjective used to describe Spider-Man! Oh, except menace… wait, that's a noun… The highly ambitious film kicks off Marvel's Phase Three with the dark story of a team torn apart by politics and personal agendas — with highlights on new [...]
Tim Jousma gives his review of Amazing Spider-man #1
The webhead has had some silver screen triumphs and a few less than amazing cameos over the years.
Sony Pictures should probably send Marvel Studios a gift basket for helping it revive its flagging Spider-Man franchise. After the disastrous reviews for 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (all credit to Andrew Garfield for his efforts,...Show More Summary
Oh what a different 18 months makes. A year ago, last fall Spider-Man fans were facing an entire universe of Spidey movies they didn’t particularly want; a third Amazing Spider-Man about the continuing and not-particularly-exciting adventures of Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker, plus spinoff movies for Venom and the Sinister Six. Show More Summary
In a few days, audiences will greet the new Spider-Man (Tom Holland). A few years ago another reboot of the character didn’t sound particularly appealing, especially after The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but when Marvel and Sony joined forces...Show More Summary
Marvel Comics "Civil War II" promotes the television show with a Greg Land variant homaging John Romita's classic "Death of Gwen Stacy" cover.
Aldo Jones has created a new, amazingly “weird trailer” for the Marvel film Captain America: Civil War. Tony Stark (Iron Man) becomes the Joker, the Hulk destroys Spider-Man, and much more. ? Advertise your product or service on Laughing Squid with a sponsored blog post.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR is almost upon us and, by most accounts, it's going to be a phenomenal film. The early reviews are sensational and the box office tracking seems to indicate another massive success is on the way for Marvel Studios. Show More Summary
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