badblud:

My friend Donte’s “Miles Morales meets Superboy” cosplay

It’s only a matter of time before we get an Amalgam reboot. Miles for Spider-Boy 2.0!

badblud:

My friend Donte’s “Miles Morales meets Superboy” cosplay

It’s only a matter of time before we get an Amalgam reboot. Miles for Spider-Boy 2.0!

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fabien-mense:

The shell.

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hannahcarbons:

We told girls that they should be little angels.

Now we cannot stop them.

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wonderful-strange:

feeling-is-first:
brudesworld:
Steve Ditko, 1962

"The magazine that respects your intelligence."

wonderful-strange:

feeling-is-first:

brudesworld:

Steve Ditko, 1962

"The magazine that respects your intelligence."

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vejigante asked: What do you think of the Spider-Verse announcement? I'm glad that they are including the Spider-Women this time, they even included the Betty Brant from the "What If" where she was bit by the spider. I also look forward to Miles meeting Miguel O'Hara and 616 Jessica meeting Ultimate Jessica.

I’m only intermittedly reading cape comics at the moment, and none of them are Spidey titles. Despite my affections for the far-flung, usually dust-strewn corners of Spider-Man discontinuity, nerdgasm smorgasbord stories like Spider-Verse rarely do it for me, and the same could be said of Dan Slott. So for me the big draw would be Coipel on art, and as much as I really, really like Olivier Coipel’s spider-people… hmm.

On the other hand, I’m tentatively interested in Waid/Robinson/Del’Otto’s Family Business OGN. Waid’s Peter is hit and miss for me, but I am curious to see how he and Robinson approach some of the same plot beats as Adam-Troy Castro’s Sinister Six trilogy.

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comicartistevolution:

Stuart Immonen Wrap-Up: There is nothing Stuart Immonen cannot draw.

And we have reached the end of another chapter. The original intent of these wrap-ups was to pair a sample from the beginning of an artist’s career with a modern example. In Immonen’s case, this was wholly insufficient to do his amazingly multifaceted talent justice.

If you think any of your Tumblrfolk may not be aware of the amazing breadth of Immonen’s talent, this is the post to share with the world.

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unpuzzling:

#i’m so glad he’s coming back #so i can have ic spider-man in books that aren’t his main book #lol

Right there with you.

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harkbus:

"He was tall. Said he was a researcher. That he was happy. Well, he didn’t say but he looked happy. Your aunt saw him too, and from what Gwen told me she wanted to punch him. She didn’t though, and apparently they had a talk. Gwen thinks she heard your aunt crying, but that’s probably just Gwen. MJ saw him too.

Your aunt is doing well. The Captain says hi, and I think Mr. Stark was trying to but Director Chang called him for a meeting. Gwen misses you. Flash called your aunt last week to say sorry. He said he knows it doesn’t mean much and she almost hung up on him. But you know, he’s sorry.

Um.

I never saw your face when you were alive, but this Peter Parker looked like you but with a broader face. I think that’s because of age.

Your aunt asks you to say hello to your uncle.”

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Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), “Rising Sun”
Art by InelegantFeatherDuster.
[For sale as a print here]

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the-ankle-rocker:

Captain Marvel & Ms. Marvel, by Pryce14

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