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A whole lot of Alien Day collectible news, plus new pieces based on Black Widow, Batman and Samurai Spider-Man!
The acclaimed artist discussed his new Beatles paintings and his plans to commemorate the 20th anniversary of "Kingdom Come."
Did Marvel remove the "snap" in "Death of Gwen Stacy" reprints? And was John Byrne almost an original Image Comics creator?
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.
Spidey may be on Team Iron Man, but he's still a Captain America fan at heart.
Spider-Man swings into the fray and trades blows with Bucky Barnes in the latest promo for Marvel Studios' latest film.
CSBG routinely answers reader-submitted questions, like how, exactly, did Gwen Stacy die? Did Spider-Man accidentally snap her neck or...?
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights examines the time Spider-Man took on -- and beat -- 10 heroes at once, including Thor!
Following up on their "Star Wars" Movie Realization line, Tamashii is giving Spider-Man a manga makeover.
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 looks at the times eleven different Marvel Comics superheroes turned down Avengers membership, from Spider-Man to... the Black Cat?!
In a new feature on inexplicable plot points, CSBG examines how Spider-Man missed the final battle against Onslaught in the middle of Central Park.
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.
"Captain America: Civil War" features the biggest cast of any Marvel movie to date, but on which side did those characters fall in the 2006 event series?
Fans can get an official Marvel MasterCard in one of five designs featuring the Avengers, Captain America, Spider-Man, Iron Man and the Guardians.
CSBG marvels at the astonishing amount of money Peter Parker was initially paid to take photographs of Spider-Man.
The first Tom Holland-starred, solo Spidey film under the Marvel Studios/Sony Pictures deal now has a name: "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
The initial reaction from critics is overwhelmingly positive for the hotly anticipated Marvel Studios sequel.
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.
CSBG has a gallery of rejected Spider-Man covers, including work from the likes of Steve Ditko, Gil Kane and Mark Bagley!
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights looks at the time the Punisher made fools of Spider-Man, Daredevil and Wolverine.
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?
The latest teaser for Marvel's upcoming "Dead No More" storyline sees Gwen Stacy join the expanding roster of characters.
Brian Michael Bendis & Sara Pichelli expand Miles Morales' family in the latest chapter of Marvel Comics' new "Spider-Man" series.
Dan Slott talks about Mary Jane's Iron Spider debut, Regent's Marvel-Prime goals, and the character featured in the "Dead No More" teasers.
The latest in Marvel's series of Spider-Man teasers shows a few of Peter Parker's allies making their way through flames.
Brian Michael Bendis discusses the controversy over "Spider-Man" #2, why "Civil War II" isn't a rehash of the original and polarizing storytelling.
Classic foes, from Batman and The Joker to Spider-Man and Venom, face off in little works of art created with espresso and foam.
The Disney Channel star briefly discussed her big screen debut, saying she doesn't yet know anything beyond the fact that "I'm going to be in [the movie].
Marvel takes center stage this week with new collectibles based on "Captain America: Civil War" and characters like Daredevil, Wolverine and more!
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.
At Diamond's Retailer Breakfast, Marvel dropped a "Spider-Man" teaser with Uncle Ben and other long-dead characters on it.
The Russo brothers discuss Spider-Man's key role in "Captain America: Civil War" and the "Steve Ditko-influenced" suit.
The young Avenger takes a hit from his teammate in a new image pitting Spider-Man against Captain America.
Common has revealed the name of his "Suicide Squad" character, and Ice Cube clears up rumors about appearing in the new Marvel/Sony "Spider-Man" film.
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 developers behind the latest "Infinity" expansion talk introducing a "Civil War"-accurate Captain America and fighting game-esque gameplay.
Peter Parker will find himself embroiled in Marvel Comics' second superhero schism, but in what role?