You better watch what you say. You better watch what you do to me. Don’t get carried away, because you are about to get very lucky… Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Lucky Supers!
There are symbiote dragons in Brooklyn, but that’s not the worst thing Miles has to face in this week’s Miles Morales: Spider-Man #23 from Marvel Comics.
In May, Marvel Comics will release Spider-Man: King’s Ransom #1 where we see the big confrontation between Kingpin and Spider-Man reach its dramatic conclusion in a giant-sized issue.
Marvel Action brings us a retelling of the classic origin of Spider-Man and Thanos to bring to your young readers! Check it out in Marvel Action: Origins #1 by IDW Publishing!
In April, Chip Zdarsky and Pasqual Ferry team for Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow, that will explore Peter Parker’s dark side.
He’s been a foe, a friend, and for a while, he was even Spider-Man himself. Get ready for the power of… The Prowler! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Amazing Spider-Man #78 awaits!
Marvel Comics is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Man-Thing with a new series. The events of Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing spin-out into the pages of everyone’s favorite wall-crawler in Spider-Man: Curse of the Man-Thing #1.
Will Miles finally get a day off? Probably not, but there is always hope in this sneak peek of Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22 from Marvel Comics.
Kindred’s horrific plan is nearly complete. And Peter Parker’s friends may not recognize Spider-Man, even if they can find his remains. Your Major Spoilers review of Amazing Spider-Man #55 from Marvel Comics awaits!
Every so often, a superhero just has to try on new duds! Don’t worry, though—it’s only temporary!
I thought they would show it off today, but on Tuesday, Marvel Comics released its first look at Spider-Man’s new suit that will arrive in The Amazing Spider-Man #63.
Alright you web-heads, it’s time for “So You Want To Read Comics” our weekly feature where we focus on one topic and then recommend comics for new readers, based on that topic. This week we’re taking a look a the Sony exclusive video game Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Superman has Clark Kent, Moon Knight has a crowd of guys, but some of our favorite supers had to get creative. Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Borrowed Identities!