The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a ripe playground for Internet articles about theories and lists. I've even done my own list in the past of characters I want to see get the MCU treatment. With the merger of Fox and Disney paving the way, we even have Fantastic Four and X-Men to hope to see someday. I also am in need of something to kick start me writing again, as I've had trouble keeping motivated. When I don't see anything new in comics really grabbing my interest, it gets easy to be disillusioned. The Marvel Cinematic Universe routinely impresses me. Therefore, I'm using it for yet another list among the many out there. This one is on characters that I want to see in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider Gwen remains one of my favorite titles. Part of that appeal has been the fabulous artwork of Robbi Rodriguez. However, with his impending departure from the title, I worry about the comic's look changing too much. I really want this book to go on for a while, but not if it's going to look like just another Marvel book.
I reviewed the first issue and was completely underwhelmed by it, especially since it seemed to be dropping us in the middle of a story rather than the beginning of a new one. This is the anticipated new direction with Spider-Woman's new costume, which is supposed to be more practical and realistic. Naturally, part of this review will be of that costume.
I have two words for you; Chameleon, Build a Figure Rhino and Kraven. Okay so maybe that was one than two but hopefully you see where I am going with this. Hasbro is going all in with the Spider-Man Legends figures and this year is going to be EPIC. BAF Rhino with alternate head is pure amazement and it makes you wonder how big Hasbro will continue to go! I mean Hulkbuster Iron Man and now a Rhino? They must be crazy for giving us these figures but I will take them! Enjoy the High Res images of these and more. Oh and that Chameleon does come with those alt heads. Priceless.
Thanks to Marvel HK Toys we now have some new images of the upcoming Avengers 2 BAF Thanos wave. We have already seen the Hulk and Captain America but this gives us our first solid look at Thanos, Hellcat and Spider-Woman. Look for more images soon as we still have two more figures to reveal. Included in this assortment are the following: - Batroc - Valkyrie - Spider-Woman - Hellcat - Avengers Age Of Ultron Captain America - Avengers Age of Ultron Hulk - Avengers Age of Ultron Iron Man Mark 43 - Thanos (Build-A-Figure)
SPIDER-WOMAN #1 DENNIS HOPELESS (W) GREG LAND (A/C) Variant Cover by MILO MANARA VARIANT COVER BY SKOTTIE YOUNG VARIANT COVER BY SIYA OYUM ROCKET RACCOON & GROOT VARIANT BY TBA Blank variant ALSO AVAILABLE SOLICITATION: New Ongoing Series/Spider-Verse Tie-In! Jessica Drew has been an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and agent of S.W.O.R.D., an Avenger and so
EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2 Written by JASON LATOUR Art and Cover by ROBBI RODRIGUEZ 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99 SOLICITATION: GWEN STACY: SPIDER-WOMAN! In one universe, it wasn’t Peter Parker bitten by the radioactive Spider, but Gwen Stacy! She’s smart, charming and can lift a car– Just don’t tell her Police Chief father! How is she involved
Let’s talk about these covers, because when the Marvel solicitations came out this week, the Internet blew up with people criticizing Spider-Woman #1, specifically, the variant cover by Milo Manara. Milo Manara is an Italian comic artist, best known for erotic work like the Click! series and Butterscotch. He is very good at it, and
With all the hype surrounding SDCC I do believe this one fell through the cracks. Spider-Woman was released the week before SDCC and for many fans, this was a pleasant surprise. I do love the Bishoujo line from Kotobukiya and this was a must have. The Bishoujo line has grown in popularity over the last
If your heading to SDCC then make plans to stop by the AFX Booth and pick up this awesome SDCC Exclusive Metallic Spider-Woman. Limited to just 800 world wide and is priced at $80. This is for show Pickup only BUT you can pre-order her HERE and save some aggravation.
Caveat, I am a rabid Marvel 2099 fan, I hated Kirkman's attempt to touch the 2099 universe, I hated the 2009 Time Storm crap, and I enjoyed Claremont's use of Miguel in Exiles but it just wasn't the same. Finally! I've enjoyed a little 2099 again in the Superior Spider-Man run.
SPIDER-WOMAN #5 August 1979 Looking back at the few reviews I've done so far, I really haven't had one that was a bad comic. I set out to have one this time and I looked for something that would be that fodder. Enter, a 1970s Spider-Woman comic. SYNOPSIS: Spider-Woman wakes up bound and gagged in a dusty, decrepit, abonded house. Freeing herself, she recalls that she was captured by a masked vigilante calling himself the Hangman, who has a warped sense of chauvanism that leeds him the hold women captive in order to "protect" them. Almost immediately she's assailed by hallucinations and flying furniture, briefly knocking her into unconsciousness. She wakes up trapped in a giant spider web to be attacked by more hallucinations. Meanwhile, Spider-Woman's ally the magician Magnus is getting familiar with his landlady, who seems like a lonely old widow.