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”)
WizKids, maker of the popular Dice Masters series of tabletop dice-building games, is pleased to announce the newest game in the platform, featuring everyone’s favorite wall-crawler: Marvel’s Spider-Man! The new Marvel Dice Masters: The Amazing Spider-Man collection will arrive in North American retail this November, and promises plenty of fun and awesome dice-building adventures for fans and collectors.
In an interview with Empire Magazine director of the upcoming Spider-Man movie for Sony Pictures Jon Watts revealed the age of this incarnation of Peter Parker. Watts stated, “I love the idea of making a coming-of-age high-school movie. We’re really going to see Peter Parker in high school and get deeper into that side of it. He’s just 15 now.” Watts also went on to comment on Spidey’s origin, or the lack thereof, “There are only so many times you can kill Uncle Ben.” Given that actor Tom Holland is 19-years-old this announcement from Watts makes a lot of sense.
Is this the end of Spider-Man 2099? Well, considering Marvel is about to release a first issue, that is not a one-shot, I’m going to say, “No.” Let’s play along anyway, and take a gander at a sneak peek of Spider-Man 2099 #1.
Time for part two of the Major Spoilers review of Marvel Spider-Man Infinite Legends Series 2 figures. This go round we’ll be playing with Chameleon, Superior Venom, and the Rhino build-a-figure. Enough talk, let’s crack these guys open and check them out! Time for part two of the Major Spoilers review of Marvel Spider-Man Infinite Legends Series 2 figures. This go round we’ll be playing with Chameleon, Superior Venom, and the Rhino build-a-figure. Enough talk, let’s crack these guys open and check them out! For each figure I’ll be reviewing quality, articulation, paint application, accessories and overall fun factor of
It’s that time again where I sit down, play with some toys and let you know what I think. This review we’ll be checking out Scarlet Spider, Kraven, Misty Knight and Ghost Rider from the newest Marvel Legends wave of Spider-Man figures. Marvel Legends? It feels like I just did this. Any excuse to play with toys is good for me, so let’s get to it!