Just in time for summer, see how Spidey spends his vacation!
It starts in Spidergeddon #0
At Sony’s press conference Monday night, Insomniac Games gave PlayStation fans a special look at a slice of their Spider-Man game. It brought in Marvel’s incarceration staple, The Raft. A prison island that houses some of the most heinous villains. We got our first glimpse of quite the sinister bunch from Spider-Man’s rogues gallery; Electro, Rhino, […]
Just what was the symbiote doing with Peter’s body while he slept?
Artist Stephen Byrne has his own take on incorporating Miles Morales in the MCU
Per Exhibitor Relations, Silver and Black, previously scheduled for February 2019, is now listed as undated. Matt O'KeefeWriter of Stuff. Journalism for The Beat, articles for websites, blogs for businesses, comics for publishers, and so on. Writing is my least and most favorite thing. http://mattwritesstuff.com
Amazing Spider-Man #800 practically shipped with 800 covers. How many is too many?
Are Marvel’s Young Guns variants just glorified trading cards?
For those of you who took a look at my recent ranking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’ll note that my stance on Spider-Man: Homecoming softened considerably. So much so, that it cracked the top 10. And honestly, when I think about it, the Guardians Vol 2 to Homecoming to Ragnarok to Black Panther to […]
Marvel is finally ready to kick-off their ‘A Fresh Start’ initiative with the debut Avengers #1 from fan-favorite writer Jason Aaron and artist Ed McGuinness. This week we are taking a look at the huge title from the House of Ideas and analyzing one high-profile writer Brian Michael Bendis’ final issues for the publisher, Spider-Man #240–don’t […]