Monthly Archives: February 2010

  • 1994 Spider-Man episode #1: Night of the Lizard Review

    Sixteen years ago, Fox KIDS produced a show which introduced millions of future geeks to the Wall Crawler in all his 3-D animated glory… Two years ago, the WB did the same thing… How does the former hold up against time and nostalgia itself? Let’s find out… Credits Written By:…

  • Kirsten Dunst is Turning Japanese?

    Thanks to my friend Thomas Deja for pointing this one out to me, because I’d never heard of it. Evidently actress Kirsten Dunst, better knows for playing Mary Jane in the Spider-Man movies, has done a music video. She teams up with Director McG to cover the song “Turning…

  • Toys R Us Misspells Spider-Man’s Name

    So I was shopping for baby stuff at Toys R Us with my wife and noticed this glaring misspelling of Spider-Man’s name. They forgot the hyphen in Spider-Man. It’s my pet peeve!!! What do you expect from a company that misspells its own name. Shouldn’t it be Toys Are…

  • Ben Reilly Solo Series Pitched to Marvel

    Writer Howard Mackie just sent me a note thanking  Zack and my site for the nice reviews of the recent Clone Saga mini-series. He said that he and Tom DeFalco have pitched a solo Ben Reilly book to Marvel. Here’s his quote. Thanks, Brad. I truly appreciate all the…

  • Anne Hathaway Briefly Talks Spider-Man

    This reporter should have pushed a bit more on this interview instead of moving on. Granted he’s not with a Spider-Man website, but man he could of done a better job. Sheesh! Movie Trailers – Movies Blog

  • Spider-Man’s Hyphen Explained

    For years people have been misspelling Spider-Man’s name, many spell it Spiderman. However in a recent post on Twitter Stan Lee set the record straight. He explains the hyphen is there as to not confuse Spider-Man with Superman.

  • Spider-Man: The Clone Saga #6 [of 6] Review

    Greetings folks. It pains me to write this review, as the series that I’ve enjoyed every single issue of has come to an end. In my hands I hold the final issue, chapter really of Spider-Man’s Clone Saga as it was originally intended… well, sort of. You see, the…

  • Action Comics # 1 Sells for One Million Dollars

    Thanks to my grandma for seeing this on Nightly News. I was stuck back in an edit bay when this aired. Action Comics recently sold at auction for one million dollars. In the same auction, Spider-Man’s first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 sold for $227,000. Talk about some spending…