Spider-Man

Spider-Man The first big screen Spider-Man movie was released May 2002 by Sony/Columbia. Helmed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Since the original, there have been two sequels, and just as the 4th movie was gaining steam, the studio announced a reboot with an all new cast and crew. Summary: Orphaned at an early age, Peter Parker lived in Queens, New York with his beloved Aunt May and Uncle Ben. Peter leads the life of a normal high school student while working as a photographer at the Daily Bugle, but after being bitten by a genetically altered/radioactive spider, Peter Parker's life becomes complicated. Able to cling to any surface, shoot webbing from his wrists, and the with the proportional strength of a spider, Peter devotes himself to fighting crime as Spider-Man--his guiding principle, "With great power, comes great responsibility."

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A few weeks ago, producer John Semper & the voice cast of Spider-Man: The Animated Series reunited at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hit series. Semper has released the full panel from the event, come check it out!
Released back in May to a mixed response, a large number of fans found Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 more than a little disappointing. Hit the jump to check out the second of four editorials analyzing the best and worst of 2014’s CBMs!
That's right, I said all SIX. Come on in and see if you agree.
Amidst the chaos of Spider-Verse, three fan-favourite characters unite for a desperate mission into the unknown in Scarlet Spiders #1. However, while Kaine, Ben Reilly and Ultimate Jessica Drew may seem like a formidable team, not all of them will make it back...
At the end of Amazing Spider-Man #10, the two teams of Spider-Men - one led by Peter Parker, the other by Otto Octavius in Peter's body - came together at last. What happens next? Well, as you might imagine, it's not pretty! Hit the jump for a first look at artwork from issue #11...
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
Last year, Jayden Wilson, 5, was diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma multiforme brain stem tumor. His parents were informed he may only have a year to live. To make his birthday special, his father dressed as Spider-Man so Jayden could meet his hero.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
Spider-Man was a big part of the Civil War storyline but right now has no place in the MCU version. Read on to find out why.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can, spins a web, any size, catches thieves just like flies. Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man! THR has revealed details about Marvel & DC's licensing revenue & with that also revealed that Spider-Man is the most profitable superhero in the world!
After reuniting the voice cast of Spider-Man: The Animated Series for a 20th anniversary panel, producer John Semper set up a website he promised to update with never before seen content from the show. He's just released some more Spider-Man & Venom character designs. Check it out!
Spider-Verse continues next week with a massive group of Spider-Men and Women assembling to take on Morlun, but things might get complicated as the Superior Spider-Man becomes involved. Hit the jump to preview Dan Slott and Oliver Coipel's Amazing Spider-Man #10.
After swapping his mind into Peter's body, one of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, Doctor Octopus, set out to prove himself the Superior Spider-Man. He also completed Peter's PhD, fell in love with a woman named Anna Maria Marconi, and started his own company, "Parker Industries." But in the end Doc Ock realized that in order to be a true hero, he had to sacrifice himself and give control of Peter's body back to Peter.
Peter recently found out that someone else, Cindy Moon A.K.A. Silk, was bitten by his radioactive Spider giving her similar powers to Peter. And that's not the only thing they have in common.
Put away your pitchforks and torches. Comic Book Resources reached out to Sony for a comment on Latino-Reviews' latest rumor, which said the studio was planning a movie based on a young Aunt May. Sony debunked it and called it a "silly rumor."
Get your pitchforks and torches! Latino-Review reports that Sony is developing a film based on the early-life of 'Aunt May' before she became Peter Parker's caretaker. Yup, no Spider-Man, but we'll probably see Ben court May. Neat!
Check out this live-action Morbius: The Living Vampire fan film from Chaz Dray and starring Adam Michaels as Michael Morbius. It features cameos by Peter Parker, Cletus Kasady and Shriek. For a fan made production, it's pretty good!
According to a site named "The Animation Guild Blog", production on the series has ended, which means that season 3 will be the last season of the show.
You'll have to take this with a healthy dose of salt, but with all of the outlandish things we've been hearing lately in regards to Sony's plans post The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it really doesn't sound that far-fetched. Anyway, read on for the details..
Yes, yet another editorialized look at this much-maligned film. As it turns out, I think that it is a lot better than it is given credit for being. I know—I never expected to hear myself say that, either. But my quest to be objective has led me to this...
Even though the future of the Spider-Man franchise is uncertain, many actors are optimistic about a third outing. Felicity Jones, who portrayed Felicia Hardy in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, recently spoke with GQ about her potential role as the Black Cat. Check out her photoshoot too!
Unfortunately, it looks like Marvel won't be bringing the rights to Spidey, X-Men, or Fantastic Four back home any time soon. However, let's take a look at what could be done with those properties if Marvel got them back TOMORROW. We'll start with our favorite webslinger.
In a few weeks, Spider-Man: The Animated Series will be celebrating its 20th anniversary and to commemorate the occasion, the original voice cast reunited over the weekend and announced a new non-Spidey related project. Also, new character designs and storyboards were released. Check it out!