Not too long ago, Spidey scribe, Dan Slott, told local brick and mortar comic shops they hadn't ordered enough copies of Amazing Spider-Man #698. In doing so, he set the bar for fans pretty high so far as shocking twists go. It turns out, he did not disappoint. SPOILERS AHEAD, TRUE BELIEVERS!
You may have heard that Hostess has gone out of business. Truly, a great tragedy which has torn America asunder. But leave us not to mourn our losses, true believers, but rather, remember the good old times by reading comics about superheroes eating Ho-Ho's!
There is no more ubiquitous symbol of Halloween than the humble jack o' lantern, perhaps because it's so endlessly adaptable. Sure you can go with the standard grinning face, but for the 19th installment in our 31 Days of Halloween series, we wanted to remind you that with enough time and nerdy ingenuity, you can make something much more, well ... super.
We may have to wait until next year to see the Superman reboot Man of Steel, but for those looking for a ... different type of superhero movie, the folks at Vivid XXX Super Heroes are here to oblige. Oh, and Spider-Man's there, too!
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One of the most controversial changes Sam Raimi made in his original Spider-Man trilogy was the decision to have Peter Parker develop the natural ability to shoot webbing—but apparently that may not have always been the case.
Amazing Spider-Man #698 will be coming out in a few months and its writer, Dan Slott, has a message for every local comic shop out there—you haven't ordered enough copies! Why? Apparently, something HUGE is about to happen. (Some spoilers ahead!)
Oh, Spidey. You wacky super-powered weirdo. First you spin a web (any size, I hear) and then, without warning, you're running like a fool, buck-naked save for your mask, across a football field. On top of that, you're such an exhibitionist that you, ahem, I mean Peter Parker, video taped the whole thing.
Who knew Charlie Sheen was such a comic book fan? The actor, who's been in the business for over 25 years, has experienced success in both TV and film. But his dream of sporting superhero tights wasn't in the cards.