Monthly Archive:: September 2014
Edge of Spider-Verse has been an unexpected surprise, especially coming on the heels of some lackluster “special edition” stories over the past few months, like the 100th Anniversary Spider-Man comic and the Inhumanity Spider-Man tie-in. Whereas the Edge of Spider-Verse mini could have very easily been another cash grab
Just because I write a blog about Spider-Man doesn’t mean I can’t dip my toe in the pool of the “Distinguished Competition.” I just recently ran down what I believe to be the 10 very best DC crossover events in company history at ComicBook.com. Check it out and let
Welcome back to another episode of Amazing Spider-Talk, which you can of course check out by following this link to superiorspidertalk.com. In this episode Dan and I talk the finale to the Amazing Spider-Man “Learning to Crawl” miniseries along with Superior Spider-Man #33. We also answer your fan mail
I’ve been fairly harsh on the last three issues of the Amazing Spider-Man “Learning to Crawl” miniseries and was almost dreading the idea of reading the finale this week and trying to come up with something to say that wasn’t overly whiny or obnoxious. But in turns out my
To mark the second season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. earlier this week I put together a pair of lists at ComicBook.com. One takes a look at some of the burning questions fans may have headed into the season. The second is focused more on the comics and
It’s hard to believe that another few months have passed and it’s time for another installment of the greatest assembly of comic book blogging talent on the internet – the Super Blog Team-Up! In this volume, we super bloggers are teaming up to write about team-ups, whether they be
Dan Gvozden of superiorspidertalk.com fame recently had the opportunity to interview the “legendary” Tom DeFalco for the latest episode of the Amazing Spider-Talk podcast. DeFalco has a brand new Spider-Man story in soon-to-be released Marvel 75th Anniversary Anthology and, of course, has had an iconic career as both a
The second season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs tonight, so I took to ComicBook.com to talk about 10 more characters (five heroes/agents and five villains) who I thought should make an appearance or guest star this time around. Anyone else you’d like to see?
In terms of functioning as an engaging set-up for the upcoming “Spider-Verse” storyline, Superior Spider-Man #33 is a very effective comic book. But now, the question remains whether or not Dan Slott’s “Spider-Verse” is actually a story I want to read. Which is not say I’m debating skipping the arc.