Nick Spencer and Ryan Ottley's Amazing Spider-Man #1 isn't available yet, but CBR has an exclusive first look at the series' debut issue.
Fantastic Four and Iron Man writer Dan Slott responded to the Batman #50 spoiler controversy with a self-described rant against spoiler culture.
Every Spider enters, only one can win, and CBR is the referee! Come see who we chose as the Strongest. Spidey. Ever.
With both form and function, these costumes allowed us to immerse ourselves in Spider-Man's digital world!
Dan Slott's final Amazing Spider-Man story ends with a clever nod to the writer's very first issue on the series as part of Spidey's Brand New Day.
Thanks to Marvel's advance solicits, we now know that the Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1 will flashback to Peter Parker's early days with the symbiote.
No character has gone through as much movie drama as Spidey but now that they've got it right, we're looking at hilarious Spider-Man actor memes!
Dan Slott's last major Amazing Spider-Man arc introduces a villain more dangerous than anyone Spidey has ever faced. If you doubt that, take a look at this.
Nick Spencer shares details about his and Ryan Ottley's Amazing Spider-Man plans for Spidey's friends, family and deadly foes.
We run down the biggest changes to Peter Parker's status quo that took place in the monumental Amazing Spider-Man #800.
Amazing Spider-Man #800's post-credits scene for Horizon University shares a similarity with Horizon High from Disney XD's Spider-Man animated series.
A crucial scene in Amazing Spider-Man #800 features the Red Goblin attempting to pull off Thanos' deadly finger snap from Avengers: Infinity War.
Dan Slott's run has just one issue left and from what we've seen from Amazing Spider-Man #800, there's a tiny chance for the classic pair.
In Amazing Spider-Man #800, Norman Osborn finally figures Peter Parker's greatest weakness, and uses it to disastrous results.
Spider-Man's 800th issue brings with it some changes, with perhaps the biggest saved for one of Spidey's sworn enemies.
Amazing Spider-Man #800 sees Dan Slott and some of his most famous artistic collaborators take on everything you love about Spidey in 80-plus pages.
The climax of Dan Slott's Amazing Spider-Man arc, "Go Down Swinging," shows us how Spidey's most dangerous foe can be defeated.
Now knowing Peter Parker's webbed identity, J. Jonah Jameson figures out another long running secret in Amazing Spider-Man #800.