Watch Saladin Ahmed Talk About His Love For Marvel and His Work on Miles Morales: Spider-Man and The Magnificent Ms. Marvel

Saladin Ahmed is one of Marvel’s most interesting writers right now. Working on two of their youngest, most vibrant characters, Miles Morales and Kamala Khan, Ahmed is doing work that could easily shape the future of one of the Marvel Universe’s most interesting corners. Read More >>

Ben Mendelsohn Dunking on Every Marvel Hero That’s Not Spider-Man Is Exactly What We Needed Today

Remember that wild month where we all thought Spider-Man might not be in the MCU and everyone promptly got a bit wound up about it? Well, even if that ended up not being the case, it turns out no one might have kicked off more than Ben Mendelsohn. Read More >>

The Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sequel Is Coming 8 April 2022

We knew it was coming. But now we know exactly when: the follow up to the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will hit cinemas in April 2022. Read More >>

Spider-Man Noir Lives, and Is Heading to London, for His Brand New Comic Series

Back when the moviegoing world was introduced to a Nic Cage-voiced, Nazi-punchin’, Rubik’s-cube-enchanted Spider-Man Noir in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Marvel Comics had the grand idea to kill the character off as part of Spidergeddon. Well, good news! The Peter Parker of Earth-90214 is coming back, and getting his own series to boot. Read More >>

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The Daily Bugle is on the Hunt for a Major Scoop in its Very Own Comic Book

Two-thousand nineteen: A bad year for the media, by and large. Venture capitalists running amok, local news structures being torn apart and shut down, institutions being reshaped and ruined by the influence of massive tech companies like Facebook and Google. That’s the real world, at least. In superhero comics? It’s never been a better time, apparently. Read More >>

Tom Holland Reportedly Helped the Spider-Man Truce Come to Fruition

Spider-Man is known for saving the world – but this time, he saved himself. Read More >>

Sony and Marvel Strike a New Deal to Keep Spider-Man in the MCU

After the shocking news that Marvel and Sony’s backroom deal to share the rights to one of the most popular superheroes in the world broke up last month, it seems the tumultuous saga is already over: the two studios have announced a new deal to co-produce a third entry in the Spider-Man: Homecoming series. Read More >>

J. Jonah Jameson and the 2019 Version of Spider-Man’s Daily Bugle Has Arrived

Spider-Man and the Daily Bugle go together like Superman and the Daily Planet or Iron Man and Stark Industries. It’s simply the place the hero always works. Well, considering digital media, YouTube, and so on are all the rage now, our “new” live-action J. Jonah Jameson had to get with the times. Read More >>

PSA: Into the Spider-Verse’s Full Spider-Ham Short Is Now Online

Listen, if you don’t love John Mulaney as Spider-Ham, then you and I will just never see eye-to-eye as people. It’s a perfect, goofy performance, all Looney Tunes and slapstick, a homage to old animation and also to one of the silliest iterations of Spider-Man. (Though maybe not as silly as the one where he’s made out of literal spiders.) Read More >>

J.J. Abrams’ Spider-Man Comic Is Incredibly J.J. Abrams, For Better or Worse

It feels glib to cast Spider-Man – the simply titled miniseries that represents J.J. Abrams and his son Henry’s foray into comics writing, alongside legendary Ultimate Spider-Man artist Sara Pichelli – as “The Force Awakens but with more Spandex.” But, for all his love of mysteries, Abrams’ venture into the web of Peter Parker is as much about his past work as it is the webslinger himself. Read More >>

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Spider-Man’s Alter Ego, the Night Monkey, Gets the Official Trailer He Damn Well Deserves

When the whole Spider-Man controversy went down, one of the most common jokes was that Marvel should make a Night Monkey movie. After all, the Night Monkey was just Spider-Man in a different costume. No one would ever notice! That makes the below trailer, coincidental or not, even better than it already is. Read More >>

After Its Split With Marvel, Sony Still Seems Confident in Spider-Man and Its Yet-to-Launch Shared Universe

All remains quiet on the Spider-Man front. At a Variety sponsored event on Thursday, the chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures, Tony Vinciquerra, talked at length about the franchise, focusing mostly on his confidence in Sony’s plan moving forward. Read More >>

Three Legendary Marvel Comics Covers Are Getting the Limited Edition Poster Treatment

Starting later today you can get Amazing Fantasy #15, Uncanny X-Men #1, and The Incredible Hulk #181 for $40 (£32) each. Now, they’re limited edition posters instead of the actual comics – but for most of us, that’s probably as close as we’ll ever get to owning those legendary issues. Read More >>

Spider-Man Leaving The MCU Could Be A Good Thing

Spider-Man is the most famous superhero on the Marvel roster. Before the big screen Marvel Cinematic Universe made household names of heroes like Iron Man, Black Widow and even Ant-Man, the webslinger was definitely the marquee name from Stan Lee's back catalogue. DC Comics had the trinity of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman in their favour, but Marvel was the house of Spider-Man years before they put Robert Downey Jr. in a cave with a box of scraps. Read More >>

Avengers, Spider-Man, and More Marvel Attractions Coming to Disney Parks in the Near Future

The Disney/Marvel theme park tie-ins started with Guardians of the Galaxy. Eventually, we’ll see the first-ever Avengers ride. And in-between, there’s a whole lot of Marvel coming to Disney parks in the coming years. Read More >>