I'm not quite certain what to make of this article implication-wise, and a couple of the specifics raise my fact-checking eyebrows (I'm pretty sure John Romita Sr. wasn't on Amazing Spider-Man in 1964), but the idea that a weak US dollar has made this material more attractive to European collectors makes a certain amount of sense. Show More Summary
In Iraq. In The Amazing Spider-man comic. Do you see something wrong with this?
Since the days of the Vietnam War, Peter Parker’s nemesis and Spider-Man’s biggest fan, Flash Thompson, has served his country. These days, Thompson is currently deployed to Iraq and “Amazing Spider-Man” writer Marc Guggenheim told the Los Angeles Times that fans can expect “a jolt” when the comic book series offers an issue that shows [...]
Don MacPherson has a good piece on his website, Eye on Comics, here, where he examines why Colbert has done little to no promotion for the comic book projects associated with him, including the recent issue of Amazing Spider-Man that featured him on the cover! 3 Comments At October 22, 2008, Michael wrote: Maybe he hated One [...]
He's been a high-school bully and one of the few people to stand by the embattled Spider-Man, but now Flash Thompson is taking on a whole new role... he's going off to fight in Iraq. An upcoming storyline in The Amazing Spider-Man shows...Show More Summary
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in January, 2009, including new issues of "The Stand," "Dark Tower," "Captain America," "Amazing Spider-Man" and "Secret Invasion: War of Kings."
With "Amazing Spider-Man" #573 in stores now, CBR spoke with writer Dan Slott in-depth about all the bombshell revelations dropped in the issue as well as what's next in the tumultuous world of Peter Parker. Plus exclusive art!...
With his top-selling "New Ways To Die" storyline concluding this week, Dan Slott tells CBR what he loves so much about writing Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man," and why it's the hardest he's ever worked.
The New York Post has an update on the Spider-Man musical (I keep thinking this is something I had a dream about, rather than something that’s actually being made) and its amazing budget: Some of the people involved (there are dozens and dozens, with more being added daily) are starting to blanch at the price tag. [...]
Amazing Spider-Man #573 will guest star television host Stephen Colbert and now the company has announced a variety of variant covers to celebrate the event. One will be a variant itself on Amazing Adult Fantasy #15 as interpreted Marvel EiC and artist Joe Quesada. Show More Summary
Marvel Comics unviled today a variant cover featuring comedian/commentator Stephen Colbert for "Amazing Spdier-Man" #573 in an homage to one of the great comic book covers.
CBR spoke with Spidey braintrust member Marc Guggenehim about his two October-shipping Spider-Man stories: “Amazing” #574 and “Amazing Spider-Man Annual” #1, as well as the crucial 2009 arc, “Character Assassination."
Marvel has unveiled the variant cover of The Amazing Spider-Man 573 which features Marvel Universe Presidential candidate Stephen Colbert. Cinematical has a poster premiere for Disney’s Bolt (seen right). Joel Silver says that Guy Ritchie’s...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert is already a Comedy Central and college cable hero, but now he's going to be a comic book hereo as well. The Conservative parodist will appear in issue No. 573 of The Amazing Spider-Man. In a preview of the comic book, Colbert is seen swinging from rooftop to rooftop alongside the super hero. This isn't [...]
Spider-Man and Stephen Colbert will be joining forces in Amazing Spider-Man #573. In January on the Colbert Report Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Joe Quesada informed Stephen Colbert that he would be running for president in the Marvel...Show More Summary
A recent discussion about Peter Parker’s love life on the blog led to the tangential discussion of a storyline from the late 1970s in Amazing Spider-Man (during Marv Wolfman’s tenure as writer/editor of the book), where Peter Parker’s first girlfriend, Betty Brant, re-entered Peter’s life while she was estranged from her husband, Ned Leeds (Peter [...]
So word is out that Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert, host of the Colbert Report, is going to be teaming up with New York's most famous web-slinging vigilante in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man #573, written by Mark Waid (Kingdom Come) and illustrated by Patrick Olliffe (Spider-Girl). Show More Summary
Seems like something out of my secret diary, doesn’t it? Well, according to Marvel.com, Stephen Colbert is going to be teaming with Spidey for an 8 page addition to the expanded Amazing Spiderman #573. I’m not entirely sure who they can fight in eight pages, but I’m going to guess bears. Colbert’s on in like [...]
Could the next crime fighter to swing along side Spier-Man be Stephen Colbert? Yup! Marvel released information on an extra-sized "Amazing Spider-Man" #573 that features the Comedy Central star.
The editors of "Amazing Spider-Man." Steve Wacker and Tom Brevoort stopped by Comics Should Be Good to answer your questions about all things Spidey, including continuity, identity issues, and upcoming storylines.