Ahead of his first ongoing series, Hobie Brown gets some more time in the spotlight.
Ryan Stegman's "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" art makes Mary Jane, Annie Parker the Spider-heroes we always wanted them to be.
You could have sent your watch by the internet's reaction to the news that Zendaya may be playing a classic Spider-Man role in Marvel's new movie. One of Spider-Man's writers is having none of it.
In the dark period between Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3 and Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, Sony needed a savior. Their shining star had been tarnished by an overcrowded trilogy capper, and they wanted a fresh start.
It's a true Spider-Family in the first look at Ryan Stegman's "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" art.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming is still far away, but little by little we have gotten releases of the films amazingly diverse cast. From Hannibal Buress, to Zendaya, Spider-Man: Homecoming is set [...]
On this day in 1966, Peter Parker was confronted with the eight iconic words that would change his life forever, as Stan Lee and John Romita finally introduced Mary Jane Watson as a supporting character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Whether...Show More Summary
Gameloft's behind-the-back runner/crawler/swinger featuring everyone's favorite webhead has been going strong for a few years now, tossing a veritable cornucopia of Spider-Mans and their Amazing Friends into the game on a regular basis. That said, it's been a while since the development team has added any content to the game's story mode, which ended on
It’s hard breathing new life into a beloved cinematic story. (See: “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” with Johnny Depp, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” with Jim Carrey, “The Amazing Spider-Man” with Andrew Garfield.) For reasons that...Show More Summary
A familiar, if unexpected, face from Spidey's past is revealed as the Jackal's plans unfold in the lead up to the Spider-Man event.
A pair of familiar (albeit masked) faces join the fun as Spidey's "Clone Conspiracy" gets even more complicated in November.
Spider-Man swings into the spotlight on the final day of Comic-Con, with Peter David, Robbie Thompson and more talking the extended Spidey family.
Talking about the Spidey-titles and perhaps a few surprises.
Just before Andrew Garfield booked the role of Spidey in big-screen Marvel Entertainment reboot “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 2010, rumors were flying about the shortlist of actors tapped for the role: Jamie Bell, Alden Ehrenreich, Frank...Show More Summary
Remember when Sony rebooted Sam Raimi’s take on Spider-Man (2002) with The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)? Their whole conceit at the time appeared to be “What if you didn’t know the story?” so they just told it again. Only everyon… Read The post Review: Ghostbusters (2016) appeared first on Towleroad.
Charlie DePew (The Amazing Spider-Man) is set to co-star opposite Bella Thorne in Famous In Love, Freeform’s drama series based on Rebecca Serle's romantic novel. Written by Serle and I. Marlene King, executive producer/co-showrunner...Show More Summary
I miss Emma Stone. If you don't watch Cameron Crowe or Woody Allen movies, she's been sadly absent from our lives since The Amazing Spider-Man 2, although she does have a few promising films in the works (the lead in...
Casting a critical eye over five of the first releases on the new AV disc format
It's harder out there for filmmakers who aren't white and male. That's not SJW rhetoric. It's facts. Directors like Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed, Jurassic World), Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer, The Amazing Spider-Man), and Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla)...
As well as THE FIX #4, SUPERMAN #2, INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #11, EMPRESS #4, GREEN ARROW #2, STRANGE ATTRACTORS #2, CIVIL WAR II: X-MEN #2, SUPERMAN: COMING OF THE SUPERMEN #6, SPIDER-WOMAN #9, & 3 FLOYDS: ALPHA KING #2.