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Marvel's October solicitations revealed that a huge villain from Spidey's past will be making his return this fall for the "Clone Conspiracy" event series.
Christos Gage & Travel Foreman's "Civil War II" tie-in finds Spider-Man and Clash against cyberntic foes, and Clash might be headed for a relapse.
Mary Jane saved Spider-Man and Iron Man this week as the Iron Spider, and CBR spotlights a dozen other times she became a hero and saved the day.
With Earth's heroes missing, MJ gears up to take on Regent in Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli's "Amazing Spider-Man #15.
CSBG looks at the time Todd McFarlane sneaked some jokes into "Amazing Spider-Man" making fun of...Todd McFarlane?!
CBR traces Spidey's complete video game history, from his "Donkey Kong"-like origins to his modern day epic adventures.
The late Aspen Comics founder's art will grace a pair of exclusive variant cover for Marvel Comics' "Amazing Spider-Man" #15.
With recent events hinting that the dissolution of Peter Paker and Mary Jane Watson's marriage may not last, do you want the old status quo back?
Could Marvel's recent reality-altering events result in a restoration of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson's marriage?
Following Marvel's "Dead No More" reveal, revisit the "Clone Saga" with questions like who masterminded it? And how was Superman affected?
The five-issue miniseries from writer Dan Slott and artist Jim Cheung will see the return of the Jackal.
CSBG looks into why Steve Ditko's name was edited out of Marvel's "Spider-Man" letter columns and what Stan Lee's reasoning was at the time.
CSBG answers reader questions, like their latest -- what, exactly, happened to Spider-Man as a result of Mephisto's spell in "One More Day"?
A major player enters "Civil War II," no one in Spider-Man's world stays buried and more read hot reads coming from Marvel Comics in August.
The closing pages of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness' first arc hints that Marvel Comics may be poised to revisit the controversial, marriage-erasing story.
The Parker Industries CEO needs a break, which means it's time to don the webs in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Power and responsibility loom large as Christos Gage and Travel Foreman throw Peter Parker into the thick of Marvel's "Civil War II" event.
Writer Dan Slott exclusively reveals "Before Dead No More," a series of special issues that lay the groundwork for the "Amazing Spider-Man" event.
Start your May off right by perusing new Marvel art from "Daredevil" #7, "Star Wars" #19, "Doctor Strange" #8 and more.
Dan Slott and Guiseppe Camuncoli "give us a fun new take on Peter Parker and company" in "Amazing Spider-Man" #11.
Ghost makes his terrifying return in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" as Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli begin "Power Play."
Marvel Comics "Civil War II" promotes the television show with a Greg Land variant homaging John Romita's classic "Death of Gwen Stacy" cover.
CSBG routinely answers reader-submitted questions, like how, exactly, did Gwen Stacy die? Did Spider-Man accidentally snap her neck or...?
Did Marvel really create a Spider-villain based on Prince? And did Peter David nearly quit "Hulk" over Betty Banner's pregnancy being terminated?
CSBG has an archive of mysteries that took years to resolve, like who freed the symbiote when Spider-Man gave it to the Fantastic Four to keep safe.
CSBG marvels at the astonishing amount of money Peter Parker was initially paid to take photographs of Spider-Man.
CSBG has a gallery of rejected Spider-Man covers, including work from the likes of Steve Ditko, Gil Kane and Mark Bagley!
Did Stan Lee's forgetfulness almost result in MJ being "hideous" instead of beautiful? And how did the "Marvel Method" lead to multi-part stories?
Following up on March's "Women of Power" variants, the "Mighty Men of Marvel" are covering the publisher's July titles.
Christos Gage tells CBR about Peter Parker trying to impart lessons about power and responsibility to an Inhuman in his new "Civil War II" tie-in.
Peter Parker steps into the conflict with "Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man," from the team of writer Christos Gage and artist Travel Foreman.
In their latest spotlight on Mary Jane Watson's evolution, CSBG reveals which celebrity John Romita, Sr. used as a model for his design.
The 13th sign of the Zodiac is... the Spider? Parker Industries comes under fire in Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli's "Amazing Spider-Man" #10.
CBR's regular feature with Marvel's Spider-creators is back with Senior Editor Nick Lowe for a line-wide look at all things webbed and amazing.
"Silver Surfer" dazzles as it changes up its cast, "Amazing Spider-Man" sticks the landing on its Dark Kingdom storyline, and many more reviews.
"Thanks to a fun story, handsome art and some good colors from Marte Gracia, Dan Slott and Matteo Buffagni's 'Amazing Spider-Man' #8 is a winner."
CSBG's latest spotlight on outlandish ways supervillains manage to cheat death looks at how Green Goblin survived a glider through the the heart.
"Scorpio Rising" begins in Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli's "Amazing Spider-Man" as the final showdown with the Zodiac plays out across Europe.
Spider-Man, Captain America, the Guardians of the Galaxy and more will get apocalyptic makeovers on these tie-in variants.
Axel Alonso explains how the "Civil War II" Free Comic Book Day and #0 issues lead into the main event, and hip-hop legend DMC's Marvel debut.