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Spider-Ham and other weird characters won't appear in any Spider-Man film; Lisa Snart and Dante Ramon join the CW show and more.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether Marvel owes royalty payments to the creator of a Spider-Man toy after the patent for the Web Blaster expired.
Amy Adams reveals Lois and Wonder Woman will not fight for Superman's affection; Stephen Amell hints at possible cameo from cousin Robbie and more.
"Aquaman's" potential director, a "FF/X-Men" film crossover and more future "Spider-Man" film ideas have now been released as a result of the Sony hack.
The Sony email hacks have brought many details about the "Spider-Man" film franchise to light, including the possibility of a Marvel crossover.
Rumor suggests Sony may not be through negotiating with Marvel over Spider-Man; a mystery character will return to "Arrow" in 2015 and more.
Writer Elliott Kalan takes us behind the scenes of the new series, laying out what went into developing the debut issue's curriculum.
Sony may want Lord and Miller to helm a Spider-Man comedy; James Gunn denies connection to the "Guardians of the Galaxy" cartoon and more.
Nick Spencer digs into the twists and turns of the acclaimed series, explaining how one of them dates back to a pitch he made to Marvel 15 years ago.
Marvel Studios wanted to include Spider-Man in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War," according to emails leaked this week from the Sony Pictures hack.
We don't know why comics go wrong, but one issue of Wildstorm's "Global Frequency" didn't quite work. Plus, the return of The McSpidey Chronicles!
Incoming writer Elliott Kalan analyzes the fan-favorite X-Kids that populate the student body in the new Jean Grey School-centric Marvel ongoing.
Marvel Comics' Mightiest Heroes take a stand against bullying in a special January-releasing one-shot featuring Spider-Man, Hulk, Black Widow and more.
Peter David talks about his "Spider-Verse" tie-in arc, which plunges the title character and "every Spider-Man ever" into a dimension hopping war.
Superhuman speed and strength still may be out of reach, but scientists have devised a way to scale buildings like Spider-Man.
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe discusses this week's debut of "Spider-Woman" and the importance of tie-in issues to "Spider-Verse."
In another eventful month for Marvel, a famous Bryan Hitch cover returns in a different universe, "Elektra" wraps up and the Maestro visits 2099.
The world's most famous Sith's solo series debuts, "Black Vortex" explodes, "Spider-Gwen" goes solo and "Spider-Verse" wraps in February.
The events of "Spider-Verse" continue to unfold in this exclusive first look at Mike Costa and Paco Diaz's "Scarlet Spiders" #2!
The newest glimpse at the Marvel/"Attack On Titan" crossover sees the Avengers and Spider-Man taking on the Female Titan. UPDATE with new information.
Rick Remender explains how the inversion turned Sam Wilson into a fascist Captain America, and promises more twists and turns as "AXIS" continues!
Global licensing sales figures put Marvel's Spider-Man well ahead of the pack with $1.3 billion in worldwide sales during 2013.
Classes are back in session at the Jean Grey School, and Spidey's building his lesson plan in this exclusive preview of the December-launching series.
With "Spider-Verse" kicking into high gear this week, CBR wants your pick for the best Spider-Man crossover of all-time. Vote today!
In the latest character connections spotlight, CSBG looks at how John Byrne made Sandman & Green Goblin cousins based on their similar haircuts.
The upcoming crossover event will find the Avengers battling the Female Titan in the streets of New York City.
CSBG's latest spotlight on strange stories takes a look at the time Spider-Man fought a living wall, a character created by Joss Whedon's father!
The voice cast of the '90s "Spider-Man" animated series announced that they are set to reunite for "Rocket Men," a new crowdfunded project.
CSBG has a collection of pop culture references in old comic books, like Spider-Man poking fun at the first "Batman" movie and more!
Following yesterday's Ninth Circuit loss, Stan Lee Media won't be able to insert itself into Disney's Spider-Man dispute with a theater company.
Peter and Mary Jane pose with what appears to be their daughter in this new, mysterious promotional image by Adam Kubert.
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott explains the high stakes of "Spider-Verse" during New York Comic Con and why he loves writing Marvel Style.
Nick Lowe breaks down the big announcements from NYCC 2014, discusses the Spider-Line's growing diversity and more.
This week's TOYING catches up on everything revealed at this year's New York Comic Con from Mattel, Hasbro and all the rest!
"Supernatural" writer Robbie Thompson chats with CBR News about "Silk," his Spidey spinoff series that explores the past and future of Cindy Moon.
Dan Slott, Humberto Ramos, Nick Lowe and more closed out NYCC with series announcements and a look at the forthcoming "Spider-Verse" event.
Inside sources at both studios have confirmed that talks have started, with the level of success of 2016's "Sinister Six" possibly being the deciding factor.
"Flash" executive producers discuss a potential guest spot for Booster Gold; rumblings of a Spider-Man and Avengers team-up have started and more.
Nick Spencer says goodbye to his and Steve Leiber's critically acclaimed series, explaining that they actually got more issues than expected to tell their story.
A London costume party brought together 398 college students to set a new Guinness World Record for Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Spider-Man.