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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.
Though Banks ended up playing the lovable Betty Brant, she was initially up for the higher-profile role of Mary Jane Watson.
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?
We all know how Peter Parker and Mary Jane first met, but what about right after? CSBG examines the early relationship and Mary Jane's evolution.
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?
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 cover for May's "Invincible Iron Man" issue shows Mary Jane Watson putting on the Iron Man armor.
Brian Michael Bendis tells CBR News about how "Invincible Iron Man" with David Marquez sets the stage for their pairing on "Civil War II."
The distinctive hairstyles of Wonder Woman, Storm, Harley Quinn, Gwen Stacy and more are highlighted in a series of vibrant illustrations.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book plots gone bad looks at the time Peter Parker accidentally struck Mary Jane during the "Clone Saga."
With Mary Jane set to leave the Spider-Man titles for "Invincible Iron Man," CSBG looks back at her greatest moments with Peter Parker.
Axel Alonso discusses the long-awaited "Captain America: White" and the upcoming "Sam Wilson, Captain America," plus the X-Men's latest challenge.
When Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez bring "Invincible Iron Man" to All-New All-Different Marvel, Mary Jane Watson will come along for the ride.
With "50 Shades of Grey" in the theaters, CSBG looks at the early days of Spider-Man's marriage to Mary Jane and some of their kinkier moments.
Now that "Big Hero 6" is on its way, we throw down our picks for Disney's follow-up Marvel Comics adaptation.
When it comes to non-super powered female characters, does Marvel have anyone that even comes close to matching Metropolis' best reporter in popularity?
CSBG examines the pop cultural origins of a surprisingly racy reference in a 1987 issue of "Amazing Spider-Man."
Five years following the erasure of Spider-Man and Mary Jane's marriage in the controversial "One More Day" storyline, CBR wants to know whether you think it worked out well for the wall-crawler!
"The Descendents" actress Shailene Woodley is under consideration for the role of Mary Jane Watson in director Marc Webb's follow-up to "The Amazing Spider-Man," due in theaters 2014.
Reports are hitting that "Easy A" actress Emma Stone will soon be offered the role of Mary Jane in Sony's "Spider-Man" reboot, leaving the role of Gwen Stacey and the mystery villain next to be cast.
"Amazing Spider-Man" editor Steve Wacker spoke with CBR about Spider-Man's life before and after "One Moment In Time," the character's involvement in "Shadowland" and the possibility of a Peter Parker-less Spidey.
Terry Moore held a "one-on-one" panel with fans to discuss his "Echo," "Runaways," "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," and other projects this past weekend at Comic-Con International.