Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • Ultimate Spider-Man Returns with Spider-Verse

    Set your DVR’s for this Thursday to watch the televised version of Spider-Verse on Disney XD.  Marvel.com sent me this video and press release. MARVEL’S ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN: WEB WARRIORS is entering “THE SPIDER-VERSE!” Watch all-new episodes of MARVEL’S ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN: WEB WARRIORS on Disney XDfor four weeks of SPIDER-VERSE…

  • Review: Spider-Man 2099 #9

    “Just felt a rib break. There goes another.” WRITER Peter David ART Will Sliney COLOR Antonio Fabela LETTERER VC’s Joe Caramagna EDITOR Devin Lewis & Ellie Pyle With the Spider-Verse intrusion finally over, Miguel finds his way back to 2099 – or so he thinks. What be believes is…

  • Podcast # 362-Friday Night Juggernaut Fight

    George takes us back to one of the best Spider-Fights of all time. We head back to 1982 for this epic fight with the Juggernaut from Amazing Spider-Man # 229 and #230. [powerpress] You can also subscribe to the show on itunes with this link. Once you listen to the show please…

  • Spider-Gwen #1 Review: Javi’s Take

    “Oh, you poor, deluded child…can’t you see you’ve flown far too close to the sun?” Because fans actually demanded it, the Gwen Stacy from an alternate reality gets her own ongoing series as the Spider-Woman of her earth, but let’s just call her Spider-Gwen to distinguish her from all the others…

  • Ryan’s Vidcast review of February Spider-Man books

    I’m back with my Read’s Reads for Spider-Man books in February. I review the conclusion to Spider-Verse, the debut of Spider-Gwen #1 and give my thoughts on both Spider-Man & the X-Men #3 and Silk #1. All while doing my little Spider-Verse summary play.

  • Amazing Spider-Man #15 Review: AndrewRoebuck’s take

    Hop on Falcor the luck dragon because this neverending story doesn’t show any signs of stopping. Can a story really be called an Epilogue when it sets up 5 other stories one pertaining directly to the event itself. Read on to see my opinions on the end of the…

  • Spider-Gwen #1 Review (Spoilers): Shaun’s Take

    The breakout Spider-Family member of 2014 is finally here with her own universe, her own rules, and her own series. So how is Gwen Stacy’s adventures in Marvel 65? Spider-Gwen #1: Most Wanted Part 1 Writer: Jason Latour Artist/Cover: Robbi Rodriguez Colorist: Rico Renzi Letterer: Clayton Cowles Design: Idette…

  • Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #15 Review: Stillanerd’s Take

    “Enough! No more surrogates!” To paraphrase Emerson, Lake & Palmer, “Welcome back my friends to the event that never ends.” Because just when you think “Spider-Verse” is over, there’s enough going on in this issue of The Amazing Spider-Man (and Marvel’s promotional material for their new Secret Wars), there’s…

  • Stan Lee Draws Spider-Man For Autistic Boy

    Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee is known for writing some of the best stories of the webhead, but he isn’t know for penciling any of them. Evidently at age 92 he’s getting out his pencil for a good cause. Eight year old Jamel Hunter from New York City has autism…

  • Spider-Girls # 120

    Celebrating ladies who love Spider-Man and his villains. You’ll go to a dozen comic cons, but you’ll be hard pressed to find a White Rabbit cos-player. Very well done!