Bleeding Cool combined the announcement yesterday of July's Spider-Man event, Sinister War, with reading the end of yesterday's Amazing Spider-Man #64, to
Finally! You have been such good children, waiting so patiently. And to reward you here, today, are Marvel Comics' July 2021 solicits and solicitations in
This morning, Bleeding Cool told you that Marvel were to launch a new Spider-Man event, Sinister War, with Kindred potentially controlling Sinister Six -
We've gotten a big teaser for tomorrow's The Amazing Spider-Man #64 release from Marvel, promising that something Sinister is coming.
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John Romita Jr was one of Marvel's longest-standing comic book creators, son of John Romita Sr, and working on all of Marvel's biggest characters.
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Black Cat #4 features a new feline-themed adventurer who is intervening in Felicia Hardy's plans, and she’s on the cusp of being something.
Carnage: Black White And Blood #3 was solicited as written by Dan Slott and more, and drawn by Greg Smallwood and more. Well, we now know some of those
Lerapi is an illustrator, who posted this image of her version of Marvel Comics character Spider-Gwen, for all to see, enjoy and maybe even comment on if
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Extreme Carnage time - Marvel Comics knows how much Bleeding Cool loves a silhouette mystery. Presumably we'll get a clue as to their identity in the
The most ironic thing about Amazing Spider-Man #62 is that the least amazing thing about it is its titular character, who works as a supporting character
The late Steve Ditko is best known as co-creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. But in the decades before his death, he self-published his own comic