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It’s Spider-Man Week on Sequart!
In celebration of the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Sequart will be publishing content related to Spider-Man all this week. Look for the first piece tomorrow morning. Spider-Man Week is Sequart’s seventh themed week.… [more]
Building an Altar to the Super-Hero Holy Trinity
As I was reading Lance Parkin’s Magic Words, a biography of Alan Moore, I looked to my right at the nightstand against my wall and came to the realization that it is, in fact, an altar.… [more]
Lights Go Out on Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Saturday, January 4, saw the last ever Broadway performance of Julie Taymor’s calamitous superhero musical, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. I’m a huge Spidey fan (who isn’t?), so I’ve been curious to see the play… [more]
Superior Spider-Man #14 Review
Superior Spider-Man #14 Written by Dan Slott Art by Humberto Ramos and Victor Olazaba Colors by Edgar Delgado Published by Marvel Comics Rating: 9 (of 10) “Otto’s ambition, confidence and preparation in Superior Spider-Man #14… [more]
Why Can’t Spider-Man Swing Both Ways?
Recently, Entertainment Weekly ran a piece in which Amazing Spider-Man 2 star Andrew Garfield questioned why his character, Peter Parker, couldn’t be rewritten as being gay in the upcoming film. Garfield, who last played Parker/Spidey… [more]
The Hero Moral Code
For more than 50 years, Spider-Man has abided by one of the comic book world’s most famous mantras, “with great power comes great responsibility.” This saying was born from the moment when Spider-Man, aka his… [more]
Superior Spider-Man Memories
The premise of one of Marvel Now’s flagship titles, The Superior Spider-Man, may initially come across as a classic sci-fi plot: two characters having their minds magically “switched” to create fish-out-of-water scenarios. But within the… [more]
Shameless? The Super-Hero Comics of Mark Millar: Part 1, An Introduction
It’s too good a story not to be treated with suspicion. Asked to recall his first comic by Lee Randall of The Scotsman in 2009, Mark Millar declared that he could remember the matter “exactly”.… [more]
Critiquing the Superior Spider-Man Design
While we’re on the subject of Spider-Man character designs and concepts, let’s talk about this Superior Spider-Man thing for a second. This is the Marvel NOW! refresh of the Spider-Man line, which switched from Amazing… [more]
A New Look for Doc Ock and Gobby
For the most part, I’m not a very big fan of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon series.
Why Flash Thompson was the Top Character of 2012
If you had told me last year that Flash Thompson would be on my list of favorite comic characters by the end of 2012 I would have told you,
Change or Die: A Farewell to The Amazing Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man got me in to comics.
Changing of the Spider-Guard
There is a new Spider-Man in town and his name is Peter Parker….wait… If that statement seems a little off to you then you may not have read the shocking conclusion to Amazing Spider-Man #698.
Jamie Foxx, Electro
I know I’m a little late piping up about this, but there’ve been some major shake-ups on the Spider-Man movie front.
Fall of the Spot; Rise of Coyote
Spot. The Spot.
If there’s been one thing on my mind lately, it’s love.
As I write this, it is Fashion Week in New York City, and since I don’t have the money or the credentials to get into any of the big runway shows, I figure I’d bring… [more]
Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man, Part 3
Lately I’ve been writing about comic books mostly from a mythological sort of angle, either as they pertain to mythological symbolism or how they can be used as real-life lessons the same way a myth… [more]
Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man is a Reboot with Legs, Just Not All Eight
Several comments on Slashfilm’s review of The Amazing Spider-Man stated that, while Marc Webb’s Spider-Man is fine, the Sam Raimi films were infallible.
Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man, Part 2
In the summer of 2011, Spider-Man died.
Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man, Part 1
I don’t like to address politics very often when I write about comics.
Spider-Man, Boy Genius
The Venom Formula, Part 2
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about the new version of Venom as he appears in the cartoon series Ultimate Spider-Man.
Spider-Man is known for taking chances with his wardrobe.
“We’ve Got to Make Superman, Spider-Man, and Everyone Dance”
Music and super-heroes have, for some reason, never been able to get along. Looking at the track listing for the Avengers sorta-kinda movie soundtrack, Avengers Assemble, we can see right away that finding songs to… [more]