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Spider-editor Nick Lowe discusses all things "Secret Wars," the new Spider books and creative teams and everything else wall-crawler.
Stan Lee has put his former Hollywood Hills home on the market for $4.9 million, but it’s unclear whether it comes with the life-size Spider-Man statue.
CSBG kicks off a new feature spotlighting notable comic book fights where the "wrong" side won, starting with the infamous Spider-Man vs. Firelord battle of 1985.
Field, who played Aunt May in Sony's two recent "Amazing Spider-Man" installments, laughed off the idea of a spinoff when asked about it.
Dan Slott and Adam Kubert show how fatherhood changes what it means to be Spider-Man during "Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" in "Secret Wars."
David Ayer preps a "Suicide Squad" shootout, Danny Elfman tweaks the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" score, and more.
The comedian and geek extraordinaire sits down with Screen Junkies to pitch his RoboCop/Terminator/Matrix crossover, Unbreakable 2 and more.
Dan Slott admitted to CBR News that the Spider-Gwen costume isn't what he first envisioned, but he's glad no one listened to him about it.
Dan Slott explains how "Spider-Verse" was nearly a Doc Ock tale, shares the Inheritors' origins, reveals why a Spider-Ham title is off the table for now and more!
Marvel is making a major push into the small-appliance market with products ranging from an Avengers waffle maker to an Iron Man mini-fridge.
Someone has found a way to make the trailer's most epic moment even more epic … by inserting Spider-Man
The "Teen Wolf" and "Maze Runner" star reveals that while, "Professionally, I haven’t heard anything about it," he's always wanted to play Peter Parker.
The "Spider-Man and the X-Men" scribe tackles your questions about the teacher/student team-up series and its recent field trip.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" writer Jeff Loveness talks about bringing disparate heroes together to confront the threat of one of Marvel's oldest characters.
According to multiple reports, frequent Joss Whedon collaborator Drew Goddard may move from "Sinister Six" to Spidey himself.
The author of the "Civil War" comic series talks Marvel bringing the story to the big screen and Spider-Man coming to the MCU.
Professional athletes are like real world superheroes, but what if your favorite NFL stars actually donned the personas of comic book heroes?
As Black History Month comes to an end, learn the inspiring story of the first African-American character in "Peanuts." Plus, a "Spider-Man Unlimited" legend!
When Spidey returns to the big screen as part of the MCU, would you prefer Peter Parker or Miles Morales to be under the mask?
The legendary Marvel artist spoke with CBR about defining the Silver Age, killing Gwen Stacy and all things Spider-Man across his storied career.
The new "Avengers" poster lists the trio of actors in its credits; Donald Glover would be "honored" to play Spider-Man and more.
Co-creator Jason Latour explains why he was originally leery of the Spider-Gwen concept, her place in the Spider-verse and "Secret Wars'" effect on her series.
Sources claim that the new Spider-Man will not be white; Hans Zimmer discusses tackling Wonder Woman and Aquaman's themes and more.
The fan-favorite actor and voice of the animated Miles Morales speaks to the possibility of being Marvel Studios' next Spider-Man.
A story in the New York Times, a helpful neighbor and a cross-country package coaxed a rare piece of art from the legendary Marvel writer.
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.
Joseph Illidge examines the argument against a Black/Latino Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by looking at past consumer actions.
As Marvel Studios swoops in to save the webslinger, SPINOFF takes a look at the main reasons he needed rescuing in the first place.
Forget Peter Parker -- there are plenty of other friends and foes of Spider-Man that will make a great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort steps in to discuss the diverse options provided by "Secret Wars," and share his take on DC's new launches.
Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but how can the two studios ensure 2017's solo Spidey film is the one fans are clamoring for?
In Slott, Camuncoli and Coipel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #14, "'Spider-Verse' winds up being a fun, self-aware event."
COMIC REEL: AMC's "Preacher" May Diversify Its Leads' Ethnicity; Jackson Discusses His Marvel Contract
AMC's "Preacher" adaptation may change the race of a lead character; Samuel L. Jackson gives an update on his Marvel future and more.
CBR untangles the web of reports following Monday's news that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures will collaborate on Spider-Man's movie future.
The recent Sony/Marvel deal kicked up Brett White's X-Paranoia again, but this time he figured out a way to fight those feelings.
Marvel has released a preview for its upcoming "Inhuman Error" story, teaming Spidey, Attilan royalty and the all-new Captain America.
COMIC REEL: Jackman Addresses Stewarts "Wolverine" Remarks; Robbie Talk Hardy's "Suicide Squad" Exit
Hugh Jackman dances around the topic of Professor X's role in the next "Wolverine"; the "Squad" stars explain the film's Rick Flagg problem and more.
Actors are being discussed, but the studio still has to decide if Spider-Man's alter ego will be Miles Morales or Peter Parker.
The longtime Wolverine actor, who has expressed his desire to mix it up with the wider superhero world, is excited about Spidey's film future.
More Sony/Marvel Fallout: Younger Spider-Man Reportedly Sought, Webb Also Out, Spinoffs Still in Motion
The latest reports stemming from the Marvel Studios/Sony deal say that an actor "much younger" than Andrew Garfield is sought to play Spidey. UPDATE: A report says "Venom" and a female-centric spinoff film are both still in development.