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Friendly Neighborhood Spider-MAn #14 [Preview]

Peter Abandons Aunt May in Surgery in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #14 [Preview]

Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #14 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Australia’s Favorite Son Tom Taylor and Ken Lashley, and we’ve got a preview below, in which Spider-Man once again forgets his greatest lesson: that with great power comes great responsibility. In particular, Spider-Man has a responsibility to his Aunt May, who has […]

The Economic Report of the President is the Greatest Pop Culture Crossover of All Time

The Council of Economic Advisers to the President of The United States of America has provided their annual economic report to the President. The President, after reviewing and approving of the report, has sent the Economic Report of the President to Congress. What is surprising about this report lies in some surprise appearances in The […]

Amazing Spider-Man #4 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin

Amazing Spider-Man #4 Review: Humor and Heart with Two Peters

Peter Parker and the Amazing Spider-Man are still separated! Without his responsible half, Spider-Man is wrecking half of New York with his new Tri-Sentinel. Without his powers and fun-loving half, Peter is left to help in small ways that have derailed his life even further. Peter knows he needs to find a way to rejoin […]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

All Spider-Man’s allies are down thanks to the Red Goblin… or at least they both think. Now Osborn is going after those close to Peter Parker, starting with Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson. Thankfully, Venom and Doctor Octopus have stakes in this fight, and Mary Jane and May are far from helpless. Plus, Harry […]

Spider-Man is Back in Black in Spider-Man #800

The infamous Black Suit returns starting in Amazing Spider-Man #800. The once alien symbiote was one of the most dramatic costume changes of all time and spawned one of the greatest villains/anti-heroes of Marvel Comics: Venom. It stuck with the Webhead some time before attaching itself to Eddie Brock — about five years. Later, Black Cat would give […]

Amazing Spider-Man #795 cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #795 Review: The Plot Padding of the Gods

Spider-Man is getting used to his new apartment and his new-old job. Meanwhile, Aunt May calls Bobbi Morse for lunch with her and Peter not knowing that they have broken up. Elsewhere, Loki looks to summon Spider-Man to settle an old debt. Yes, I’m back on this one. I’ve expressed my displeasure with the current […]

Is Aunt May Dying? You Know, Again?

From Amazing Spider-Man #14. No one coughs blood on panel without reason. Unless of course, Aunt May is a mutant and this is a terrigenesis cloud… Of course, if she does die (again), there’s always the Jackal… Send in the clone Mays.  

Marvel May Have Found Their Aunt May

Variety is reporting that Marvel and Sony are going to go with actress Marisa Tomei to play Aunt May in the new version of Spider-Man. She would play opposite the recently cast Tom Holland. Previously Aunt May has been played by veteran actresses like Sally Field and Rosemary Harris… Harris was 74 when the first […]

Now Aunt May Is Spider-Man. Sorry, Spider-Ma’am.

It was certainly hinted at. They’ve already done it with Ben. But could Marvel be so bold? Yes, yes, they could. That character Spider Ma’am appearing in the Spider-Verse Team-Up is a parallel universe Aunt May. Hey, she was Galactus’ Twinkie herald in an old What If? comic. Why not? Newsarama has the full preview of […]

Wednesday Trending Topics: The Unsuspecting Spider-Man

Is there such a thing as Too Much Information in the social media era? Today, Marvel published Amazing Spider-Man #699, the follow up to the explosive twist in Amazing Spider-Man #698. So, you know, spoilers. You know the forum has something to say about this one. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: DC Comics To Speak With One […]