Written by DAN SLOTT
Cover by ALEX ROSS
Going global means a world of problems for the wall-crawler! First, there’s an accident to deal with at Parker Industries. How far will Peter Parker go to save his employees — both as CEO and as Spider-Man? Meanwhile, stand-in Spidey — the Prowler — meets the shocking, all-new Electro! Then, the moment you’ve been waiting for: Doctor Octopus has been trapped in the Living Brain’s body for too long — now it’s time for him to act! And when someone in Peter’s orbit dies, he must once again choose between his personal life and the responsibility of being Spider-Man — and that choice won’t go well for him! Plus: both sides of a special tale setting the scene for the sensational Spider-Event “Dead No More”! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (2015) #16-19 and material from FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2016 (CAPTAIN AMERICA) #1.
112 PGS./Rated T …$15.99
ISBN: 978-1-302-90237-7

-Spider-man fanart-

Warm up sketch from yesterday: Ben Reilly , the most prominent clone of Peter Parker in the 616 Marvel Universe(a.k.a. the standard comic universe :P ). He first used the persona of The Scarlet Spider (that’s tomorrow’s sketch) but in a storyline Peter Parker (quite conveniently ) lost his powers so Ben stepped up as the new Spider-man donning this new costume. This same costume would be later inherited by Peter's daughter May when she became Spider-girl. This is one of my favourite alternative Spidey suit.

Pencils,inks, and Shapie Markers for the most part, some Grey Copic Ciao, and Faber Castell Pitt for the background.


Super Asian America!

A panel at San Diego Comic-Con, presented by

Sunday July 12, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 29AB

Whether on screen, on the page, behind the scenes, or on the web, this panel moderated by will explore iconic Asian American superheroes, from Kato to Kamala Khan. Panelists discuss diversity and representation, the making of some of your favorite superheroes, and fan advocacy efforts for an Asian American Iron Fist. 

Prepare to geek out with actors Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D), Dante Basco (Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Sumalee Montano (Beware the Batman), stunt double Ilram Choi (The Amazing Spider-Man) and graphic novelists Amy Chu (Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman), Greg Pak (co-creator of Amadeus Cho), and Keith Chow (Secret Identities).

Click here for the SDCC Schedule!

In 2002, Sam Raimi transformed the famed wall-crawler into a sensation with Spider-Man, a huge box office success that spawned one of the biggest movie franchises of the decade. 14 years later, your friendly neighborhood hero is still going strong, but not all of his cinematic adventures have been created equal, so now is a good time to rank all flicks thus far. Amazing Spider-Man 2 balances romance with heroics and villainy, but is the downfall of the franchise. Despite the amount of dough Raimi brought in, Spider-Man 3 suffers from a sizable cast, most notably the shoehorning of Venom, and not to mention that Peter punches his girlfriend in the face; not exactly a recipe for success. Amazing Spider-Man leaves some underwhelmed, considering it’s another origin story, but Andrew Garfield is perhaps the most familiar the character’s ever been, cracking lame jokes, creating his own web-shooters, and sharing chemistry with Emma Stone. Even with controversial changes to the mythos, Spider-Man handles the backstory perfectly and is seen as more than a movie; it gives us a true hero to root for in a cynical time, and its incorporation of the spirit of New York City has become one of its defining aspects. Upon its release, Spider-Man 2 immediately became the new superhero movie by which all others would be judged. The film encompasses Spider-Man in a way no other movie has been able to, showing his true struggle with being a hero and a man, inspiring hope in the city, and sacrificing his own happiness. It’s a complex journey for every character, and Raimi balances it all with utterly thrilling action sequences, like the epic train fight and the great climactic battle with Doc Ock. From any point of view, Spider-Man 2 delivers on every level. Let’s just hope Spider-Man: Homecoming does the same next year.

Spider-Man, by Jim Vejvoda and Blake Henriksen.


Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) Annual #1 Writer: Matt Fraction, Pencils: Salvador Larroca

PETER: Whew! Close.

MARY JANE: Pete–I’m sorry. I’m so–

PETER: No, don’t–Don’t apologize, baby. You never, ever have to apologize for this.

MARY JANE: But that–That guy–I knew him from L.A. And–

PETER: It’s okay. L.A. was a long time ago. I love you. Just hang on, okay?

MARY JANE: Where are–


Sensational Spider-Man #40

Whatever happens in Secret Wars just choose to regard this as the canon ending for Spider-Man because it’s devoid of Morlun spider munching, radioactive spider stuff and Slott shite….Also GOD told us this might be canon so there is that

anonymous asked:

What comics would you say are fundamental to truely understanding Spider-Man and comprehending the depth if his character? I've read a lot of more recent Spider-Man series, and none of them seem to get deep into his character... :/

That’s very difficult because different comics get different things right and might get some things right whilst getting others wrong.

Off the top of my head

Amazing Fantasy #15

The Master Planner Trilogy

The Death of Gwen Stacy

The Kid Who Collected Spider-Man

Kraven’s Last Hunt

Spec #241-245

Coming Home

Doomed Affairs

Sensational Spider-Man Annual 2007