Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Alchemax, Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Horizon Labs, Miguel O'Hara, Peter Parker, Spider-Man 2099, Superior Spider-Man, Tiberius Stone, Tyler Stone
It feels like a long-time coming but we finally have the return of Miguel O’Hara aka Spider-man 2099 and things kick-off with another interrupted day in Mig’s life.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Peter Parker, Spider-Man
With a great opening start in those first 3-issues (reviewed here) we see Dan Slott continue to mess with Spidey’s life, head AND relationships…….and I’m loving it :D
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Edgar Delgado, Marvel Now, Peter Parker, Ryan Stegman, Spider-Man
Hopefully now that the dust has settled from the events of those last few issues of Amazing Spider-Man in 2012 – we can settle into the new world where Spider-Man is a very different title to read and relate to
(I’ll say Spoiler alert but if you don’t know what’s happened up to this point then you’ve probably been living in a cave or never seen a comic book in your life)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Amazing Spider-Man, Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Marvel Now, Peter Parker
Following a fairly reflective issue #698 (reviewed here) that contained a REAL surprise for most fans of the title, or at least those who managed to stay away from the spoilers, we saw Dan Slott set-up the last arc for the Amazing Spider-Man title. (SPOILERS AHEAD…..you’ve been warned :D)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Antonio Fabela, Aunt May, avengers, Dan Slott, Marvel Now, Mary Jane Watson, Peter Parker, Richard Elson, Spider-Man
The much-hyped final arc from Dan Slott kicks off here in among the writers warning that any online spoilers ahead of its release would result in instant un-friending FOREVER.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Black Widow, Captain America, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Frank Castle, Greg Rucka, Iron-Man, Logan, Matt Hollingsworth, Peter Parker, Punisher, Spider-Man, Steve Rogers, Thor, Tony Stark, Wolverine
This five-part mini-series has been hyped up pretty big in the last few months as sneak peek at images have been released by Marvel but could it really live up to the hype?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Aunt May, Brian Michael Bendis, Gwen Stacy, Miles Morales, Mysterio, Nick Fury, Peter Parker, Sarah Pichelli, The Ultimates
Brian Michael Bendis tackles a crossover between the Marvel Universe and the Ultimate Universe in this 5-issue release – and as fan of Spidey from both universes I was hyped.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Alpha, Dan Slott, Fantastic Four, Humberto Ramos, Peter Parker, Spider-Man, The Jackal
So Spider-man reaches that 50th Anniversary mark – an impressive achievement for a character that has become an icon for a number of generations…..but how would the latest issues fair in comparison to some of the epic stories we’ve seen over those 50 years.
Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Amazing Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield, Aunt May, Captain Stacy, Curt Connors, Denis Leary, Emma Stone, Gwen Stacy, Martin Sheen, Peter Parker, Sally Fields, The Lizard, Uncle Ben
Spider-fan, Spider-fan, watches whatever a Spider-fan can and grabbing the Independence Day release in 2012 is The Amazing Spider-Man – a reboot which brings the much loved Marvel character into the 21st century. Although, ten years after Sam Raimi brought the character to our cinemas and a mere five years after Spider-Man 3 brought his directing run to an end – did the big screen really need a new Spidey so soon?? (Spoilers ahead)