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Hoping to appeal to a younger audience, a century-old kiltmaker in Scotland has introduced a line of tartans inspired by Batman, the Hulk and other superheroes.
"Spider-Verse" may be over, but Spider-Gwen, Spider-Woman and more have a new mission thanks to Mike Costa and David Baldeon.
When Super Hero HQ opens at Disneyland Park on November 16, the Webhead will make his debut in the park's character greeting location.
Peter Parker has supplanted Tony Stark as the world's leading industrialist and crime fighter. CBR spoke with Dan Slott about his Spider-plans.
Writer/director Drew Goddard is still hoping his planned "Sinister Six" movie happens despite the Sony/Marvel Studios deal -- and so are we.
Did the classic Spider-Man tale originate as a Wonder Man story? Why was Wonder Woman pulled from Justice League Europe?
A costumed children's entertainer turned real-life hero over the weekend when he came to the rescue of a family whose vehicle caught fire.
Feige reveals Marvel studios had a Peter Parker backup plan and elaborates on "Captain America: Civil War's" cast.
SpiderMable, a six-year-old hero battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, has teamed up with the wall crawler thanks to the Children's Wish Foundation.
Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli give Spidey and the Prowler some new gadgets in this preview of "Amazing Spider-Man" #2.
Meet Mr. Dooves, the smooth crooner with dozens of amazing cartoon theme song covers, all done a capella, including "Teen Titans" & "Justice League."
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book plots gone bad looks at the time Peter Parker accidentally struck Mary Jane during the "Clone Saga."
Artist Josh Ln has reinterpreted the X-Men, Avengers, Spider-Man and more in the style of Egyptian hieroglyphics, in his "Hero-Glyphics" series.
CSBG counts down the wall-crawler's most ridiculous temporary costumes -- and the time he wore an FF costume and a bag on his face isn't even #1!
With Mary Jane set to leave the Spider-Man titles for "Invincible Iron Man," CSBG looks back at her greatest moments with Peter Parker.
In a new feature looking at outlandish ways characters cheat certain death, see how Doc Ock survived a nuclear explosion after nearly marrying Aunt May.
Learn the surprising origin of Spidey's first clone saga, the shocking original Juggernaut, and why Barbie's little brother caused Todd McFarlane problems!
Discover the bizarre reason behind Doctor Octopus' attempt at marrying to Spider-Man's beloved Aunt May!
The 1990s were quite a time for silly superhero battle armors. CSBG counts down the top five silliest (in between laughs).
The former Peter Parker actor says "everyone thinks it could be them in that suit" and wants the wall-crawler to reflect our diverse population.
Celebrate the holiday with a look back at Wonder Woman's waitressing gig, Captain America as a Marvel Comics artist and more!
The line of clothing for men and women is inspired by Spidey, Miles Morales, Spider-Woman, Silk and even more Spider-Gwen.
The life of a superhero isn’t all action, as photographer Dai Sugano shows in these images that depict Spidey and Silk in their down time.
Carnage might have caused "Maximum Carnage," but Batman caused maximum damage on the Spider-Man villain in CSBG's latest "bad" fight spotlight.
CSBG spotlights retroactive connections between characters, like how everyone seems to have met Wolverine -- even Spider-Man's parents!
Was it Gerry Conway or John Romita who decided to kill Gwen Stacy? And was the action figure for "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves" just a repainted Green Arrow?
What's the one thing that can make any superhero movie better? A dance-off! And who better to do the honors than Spidey and Deadpool.
Designed by Julia Baker of Tier By Tier, the beautiful four-tiered cake is all business up front, and all super-fun in the back.
While Peter Parker takes the fight to the god-like Regent, his daughter gets up to trouble of her own in Slott & Kubert's "Renew Your Vows" #4.
Acclaimed cartoonist Peter Bagge visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss his past works, political leanings and his next biographical comic.
Two projects submitted to LEGO Ideas pay tribute to The Man himself: a LEGO Stan Lee Bust and a LEGO Stan Lee's Office set.
Hot Toys delivers cinematic takes on Quicksilver and Ant-Man, Batman gets a steampunk makeover plus more from Sideshow, Funko and beyond.
Kevin Bacon and filmmaker Jon Watts spoke with SPINOFF about their new thriller, and the director's next project, Marvel and Sony's Spider-Man movie.
It might be tempting to dismiss this video of Spidey brawling with a guy in front of Toys R Us as a misguided viral-marketing stunt, but it's real.
Brian Bendis discusses his and Sara Pichelli's series, the importance of Miles Morales and why he nearly passed on writing the new title.
CSBG collects creators taking shots at each other in comics, including ahidden insult in a Spider-Man comic that led to an inker losing his job.
Spider-Man can't stop himself from crossing the line as the controversial "Secret Wars" story continues in Slott & Kubert's "Renew Your Vows" #3.
Although we're still awaiting word from Guinness, it appears as if 404 people in Sydney, Australia, have set a new world record.
Marvel has released a first look at artist Nick Bradshaw's pages from his and Robbie Thompson's in-continuity, teenaged Spider-Man series.
Writer Joe Kelly tells CBR about reteaming with artist Ed McGuiness to cross over the Marvel Universe's quippiest heroes in "Spider-Man/Deadpool."