Marvel Comics is removing apparent anti-Mormon imagery from Ryan Ottley's artwork in his and Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man #2.
Hollywood has tried and tried with Spider-Man, but they seem to just keep making some big mistakes with the popular hero!
Nick Spencer and Ryan Ottley’s Amazing Spider-Man arc has split Peter Parker from Spider-Man, which sounds like a familiar predicament.
The consequences of Peter and Spider-Man's separation continue to worsen, with aftereffects certain linger after they're rejoined.
Marvel Comics popularized the so-called 'Marvel Method' of how to write comic book stories. See the role Steve Ditko played in its origin at Marvel.
Amazing Spider-Man #4 reveals that Spider-Man, freshly split from Peter Parker, has forgotten his own life-defining lesson.
A not-so-friendly face from Spidey's past reemerges in Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man #4, by Nick Spencer and Ryan Ottley.
From Marvel's earliest days to the Avengers' latest stories, join CBR as we take a look at some of Marvel's most controversial character changes!
Batman’s big wedding issue managed to outsell Amazing Spider-Man’s relaunch according to July sales data.
Peter Parker is free from the burdens of Spider-Man, and Spidey can be Spidey, 24-7. That's a good thing – right?
The Amazing Spider-Man is going back to basics, including rekindling the love between Peter and Mary Jane. But that may not be for the best.
The latest status quo change for Peter Parker in Amazing Spider-Man #2 links all the way back to the fateful day he was bitten by a radioactive spider.
Nick Lowe, editor on Amazing Spider-Man #1, says he wants to keep spoilers away from the series and “save secrets for you to read.”
A special variant cover for Amazing Spider-Man #1 offers more fuel to the belief that Peter Parker's latest change might be permanent after all.
The newest villain to debut in Amazing Spider-Man #1 is not only scary, but also has a connection to the dark underworld of the Marvel Universe.
Spencer and Ottley pick up the pieces after Dan Slott's decade-long run on Amazing Spider-Man, but it it right for new, old or every reader?
The reason for Peter Parker's latest fall from grace in Amazing Spider-Man #1 can be traced back to Otto Octavius' time as the Superior Spider-Man.