And there came a day, a day unlike any other, when Earth’s Mightiest Heroes found themselves united against a common threat. ON that day, The Avengers were born: To fight the foes no single super-hero could withstand! Of course, things have changed since then… Your Major Spoilers review of All-New All-Different Avengers #3 awaits!
It’s been talked about for years, and there have been a few cross universe antics, but now that Secret Wars is over (snicker), Marvel has revealed that Miles Morales will finally and firmly be a part of the Marvel Universe. The publisher sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Spider-Man #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli.
With Star Wars moving away from the December release schedule of 2018, seems like the month needs a little pick me up. Maybe that is why Sony pushed the animated Spider-Man movie to that month.
During the CCPX convention in Brazil that Russo Brothers (Anthony, specifically), revealed that himself and Marvel Entertainment had always planned to include the latest incarnation of Peter Parker in the split drama of Captain America: Civil War. He said: “From the second that we had the idea that we were gonna do Civil War, Spider-Man was a part of the plan. A part of the story. It was a very complicated business arrangement for Marvel Studios to be able to use Spider-Man from Sony studios. So we were always told by Marvel, ‘Well, don’t count on it, you may not get to use Spider-Man, you
Can’t get enough of the Merc with a Mouth? What about the wall-crawler? This January, Marvel is teaming Spider-Man and Deadpool that is just like chocolate and peanut butter combined. Take the jump for an early look at Spider-Man/Deadpool #1.
Dice Master fans, you probably know this already, but just in case you didn’t get the release date down on your calendar, the Marvel Dice Masters: The Amazing Spider-Man set arrives in stores today.
Peter Parker is dead! Who will take his place? Spider-Man Lives: A Miles Morales Story takes the fan film to the next level by giving us a glimpse at what might have been if Sony decided to go in a different direction.
The newest Spider-Man #1 arrived this week, with few tweaks to the classic Spider-Man costume in the form of glowing eyes and an illuminated chest-spider. Neither of these are large changes, nor would they be anything worth discussing (new Spider-costumes arrive about four times a year these days) if it weren’t for their color, a hyper-luminescent poison green. On a costume that’s already red and blue with black accents, it seems like an odd choice, and one that clashes mightily on the Alex Ross version of the cover, leading us to today’s polychromatic query… The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”)