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Fashion Spotlight: Rogers All-Star Gym, Daft Spider Reprint, Sponge Dude Mermaid Pants

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Rogers All-Star Gym, Daft Spider Reprint, and Sponge Dude Mermaid Pants, by Obvian, Soulkr, alex.pawlicki are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

Rogers All-Star Gym

Daft Spider Reprint

Sponge Dude Mermaid Pants

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mondo’s Spider-Verse Poster by DKNG is On Sale for 72 Hours

Spider-Man is one of the greats. Period. The character debuted in 1962 and is as popular now as he’s ever been – if not more. With such a storied history, Mondo has long been wanting to do a “history of” type poster for the many various Spider-people over the course of Spidey’s 55 year history.

In 2014, Marvel published an event called “Spider-Verse” that featured every Spider- character ever. In celebration, Mondo wanted to do their own take so they enlisted the magicians at DKNG to design a Spider-Verse poster that includes upwards of 70 different incarnations of the ol’ web head from alternate Peter Parker’s (and Porker’s) to other iconic characters who also donned spider powers of their own.

These posters are available right now as a 72 hour timed edition.

In addition to these posters, Mondo also has 4 new pin designs as part of their Tom Whalen Marvel pin series including Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man (Miles Morales), a “Spidey” Sense pin as well as the classic 1960s suit.

Spider-Verse by DKNG. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Available Thursday (3/23) at 10AM CST through Sunday (3/26) at 10AM CST. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. Expected to ship in 8-10 weeks. $50

Spider-Verse (Variant) by DKNG24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Available Thursday (3/23) at 10AM CST through Sunday (3/26) at 10AM CST. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. Expected to ship in 8-10 weeks. $50

Spider-Man (1960s) Enamel Pin. Designed by Tom Whalen and inspired by Steve Ditko’s iconic illustration of the character from his creation and throughout the 1960s. Approximately 1″ high, shiny silver nickel soft enamel pin, with a single post and butterfly clutch backing. $10

Ultimate Spider-Man (Miles Morales) Enamel Pin. Designed by Tom Whalen and inspired by Miles Morales’ Ultimate Spider-Man costume. Approximately 1″ high, shiny silver nickel soft enamel pin, with a single post and butterfly clutch backing. $10

Spider-Gwen Enamel Pin. Designed by Tom Whalen and inspired by Gwen Stacy’s appearance as Spider-Gwen in the Marvel Spider-Verse. Approximately 1″ high, shiny silver nickel soft enamel pin, with a single post and butterfly clutch backing. $10

Spidey Sense Enamel PinDesigned by Tom Whalen and inspired by the illustration of Peter Parker’s Spidey Sense tingling in the Marvel comics. Approximately 1″ high, shiny silver nickel soft enamel pin, with a single post and butterfly clutch backing. $10

Spider-Verse 4-Pin Set. Includes Spider-Man (1960s), Ultimate Spider-Man, Spider-Gwen & Spidey Sense Enamel Pins. Designed by Tom Whalen. Approximately 1″ high, shiny silver nickel soft enamel pin, with a single post and butterfly clutch backing. $35

Preview: Spider-Man #14

Spider-Man #14

(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Sara Pichelli
Rated T
In Shops: Mar 15, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“SITTING IN A TREE” PART 5!

Someone’s stolen a Web-Warriors interdimensional teleporter, and only Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy can get it back! They just need to find whoever took it, first.

Fashion Spotlight: Immortal Samurai sumi-e, Spiders and Symbiotes, The Power Gauntlet

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Immortal Samurai sumi-e, Spiders and Symbiotes, and The Power Gauntlet, by Dr.Monekers and alex.pawlicki are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

Immortal Samurai sumi-e

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Spiders and Symbiotes

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The Power Gauntlet

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Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man from Chip Zdarsky and Adam Kubert

This summer, the one-and-only Spider-Man returns to his friendly neighborhood! Marvel has announced Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man, the new ongoing series from superstar writer Chip Zdarsky and legendary artist Adam Kubert! A companion to the best-selling Amazing Spider-Man series, these two blockbuster creators are taking Peter Parker back-to-basics in a new series bursting at the seams with heart, humor and over-the-top action!

In the announcement, Zdarsky said:

With [Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man] we’re using the same Spider-Man continuity, but shifting the spotlight back to his NYC environment and supporting cast. But even though we’re pushing to make it a more personal book, we’re still going to have big adventures with ramifications that’ll be felt in other books. If I had a true mission statement for the book it would be: ‘Have fun, have heart, have stakes.’

He’s a webslinging, wallcrawling wonder. He’s the world’s greatest super hero. He’s the unluckiest guy on the planet. He’s Spider-Man! Following his globetrotting adventures, it’s big heroics in the Big Apple as Peter Parker returns to the city that never sleeps! Be there as he swings between giant skyscrapers, squares off against his iconic rogues gallery and still manages to be late for that date he had planned!

Can’t wait until June? Don’t’ miss your first taste of this highly anticipated series on Free Comic Book Day (May 6th) with a special 10-page story from Chip Zdarsky and Paulo Siqueira!

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Fashion Spotlight: EVO-GROOT-ION, Arachnid Rhapsody, Moeten Roshi’s Tavern

Ript Apparel has three new designs! EVO-GROOT-ION, Arachnid Rhapsody, and Moeten Roshi’s Tavern, by DJKopet, aaronmoralesdesignshnm, and dcastello are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

EVO-GROOT-ION

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Arachnid Rhapsody

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Moeten Roshi’s Tavern

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Review: Spider-Gwen #16

spidergwen16coverIn Spider-Gwen #16, Miles Morales learns that there are many differences between Earth-65 and his home Earth-like sodas using real sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup and that  Daredevil is evil and has an army of ninjas. (Thank goodness he was in the Ultimate Universe for Shadowland, or Miles would’ve gotten some bad flashbacks.) He’s still  too young to get into clubs on most worlds in the multiverse, but this doesn’t prevent him from having a little team-up fun with Spider-Gwen in this bouncy second chapter of the “Sittin’ in a Tree” crossover where writer Jason Latour focuses on building the relationship between the two young heroes instead of skipping straight to the smooching like Brian Michael Bendis did in Spider-Man.

Miles Morales is a great fit for Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi‘s brighter, animation-meets cool indie band poster art style. The red and black adds some new hues to Renzi’s usual pink, green, and white world, and Latour writes Miles as completely out of his element the whole time. He’s freaking out about being in an alternative universe while simultaneously freaking about his dad going missing while on a mission for SHIELD. This is why he sounds like he’s hopped up on caffeine and fear, and where Gwen comes in with some much-needed empathy. They bond over their love for their dads, their superhero lives, and the weirdness of other worlds with Rodriguez’s full page spread of them hugging showing how much they’ve already bonded.

The colors and art pop even more once Spider-Gwen hits the Scorpion Club, and this leads to the spidergwen16interiorfunniest joke in the issue, which is 16-year-old Miles being left behind. He has a superhero costume, but no fake ID. The short fight scene inside the club featuring Earth 65’s Dr. Octopus is weird, yet fun and shows off Miles’ “other” powers, like venom stings and invisibility, as well as the fact that he has yet to be able to rattle off one-liners in battle like Earth 616’s Peter Parker. Renzi uses a lot of flashing yellows for the club fight scene to show characters getting their “lights knocked out”, or just how disorienting this environment is for both Gwen and Miles. And then the cliffhanger blows their minds even more.

The parts of Spider-Gwen #16 that resonated with me were when Gwen and Miles were becoming friends in an organic way. Because she keeps her secret identity from her bandmates in the Mary Janes and her dad is in jail, Gwen doesn’t really have anyone to talk to about her life as a superhero. Now, she has Miles, and they talk about how Earth-65 is like a sad pop song, and how it’s okay to be afraid even though they’re superheroes. (And is kind of visually designed that way.) Gwen is in a dark situation where the source of her superpowers is controlled by the Kingpin so it’s nice to have Miles pop up and bring some light and empathy to her comic even though his dad is in a terrible situation.

With its focus on building a connection between Miles and Gwen instead of multiverses and annoying supervillains, Spider-Gwen #16 is superior to the opening chapter of the “Sittin’ in a Tree” crossover. The final night club scene also ups the intrigue as Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi continue to (web) sling out the cool visuals.

 Story: Jason Latour Art: Robbi Rodriguez Colors: Rico Renzi
Story: 8 Art: 9 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Miles Morales is Swinging into Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Film

Miles_Morales_1_Peterson_VariantSony Pictures Animation made some announcements yesterday concerning their upcoming films including next year’s animated Spider-Man film. Being released December 21, 2018, the biggest revelation is that the film will star Miles Morales the popular Spider-Man who recently joined the main Spider-Man universe and was the subject of a petition to take the lead in Sony’s latest live action reboot for the character.

Check below for the full details.

UNTITLED ANIMATED SPIDER-MAN (December 21, 2018 release)

From Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, the geniuses behind THE LEGO MOVIE, comes an animated SPIDER-MAN feature starring Miles Morales.

The feature is directed by Bob Persichetti (head of story on PUSS IN BOOTS and THE LITTLE PRINCE) and Peter Ramsey (RISE OF THE GUARDIANS).  The film is written by Phil Lord.  Avi Arad (IRON MANSPIDER-MAN), Amy Pascal (SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING), Phil Lord & Christopher Miller (Untitled HAN SOLO Movie) are executive producing; Christina Steinberg (TROLLHUNTERS) is producing.

Preview: Spider-Man #12

Spider-Man #12

(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Sara Pichelli
Rated T
In Shops: Jan 11, 2017
SRP: $3.99

THIS IS IT! THE MOMENT YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR! THE KISS HEARD ROUND THE WORLD!

The two most talked about heroes give us something new to talk about in this Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen crossover. How did Miles and Gwen get here?!

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Entertainment Earth Spotlight: The Amazing Spider-Man ArtFX+ Statue

Kotobukiya kicks off a series of Spidey-inspired ArtFX+ statues with none other than The Amazing Spider-Man! The web-slinger measures approximately 3 1/4-inches tall in 1:10 scale, posed in a classic crouch with right hand ready to activate his web shooter. Spider-Man wears his classic blue and red costume with black webbing design and spider emblem on his chest. The Amazing Spider-Man ArtFX+ Statue is made of plastic with magnetic elements for stability and comes packaged in a closed-faced box.

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