It’s been less than two years since Spider-Gwen first swung into action, but her popularity has propelled her from a one-off story to one of Marvel’s biggest superheroes, with her own comic, toys, and now, an appearance in a Marvel cartoon.
Hey, remember when it was announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie) would be making an animated Spider-Man movie? It might be even better than we thought.
Daredevil returns with Elektra and the Punisher! The season finale of Colony! The Ninja Turtles meet their 1980s counterparts! And saints be praised, there’s a new Pee-Wee Herman movie! All this, and much, much more on This Week’s TV!
Alas, it’s not the live-action crossover of our dreams (or fan fics, I guess), but the scientific duo best known as FitzSimmons is stopping by this week’s episode of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. Here’s a clip!
The Bible rules television this week. First, Damien brings the Antichrist to TV—and competes with Lucifer! Then ABC unveils its long-delayed Bible soap opera Of Kings and Prophets. Also, Joe Dante directs Legends of Tomorrow! The return of Agents of SHIELD! If that weren’t enough, Jonathan Frakes, Jemma Simmons and…
Since Spider-Man is almost certainly going to be featured solely in the Marvel movies, we’re not going to get any live-action entertainment focusing on the wider Spider-verse—stuff such as Miles Morales’ Ultimate Spider-Man—any time soon. But watching this short film depicting Miles’ origin makes us want some so bad.
They've been teasing it in dribs and drabs this week, but we now finally know the all the faces of Marvel's new Avengers team — and with it, confirmation that Ultimate Spider-Man Miles Morales is joining the new Marvel Comics Universe. Check out the all-new assembled Avengers!
That's right, Monday's news that Sony would let Marvel Studios borrow Spider-Man for their Cinematic Universe in exchange for a wee bit of help making Spidey movies that don't suck, has taken the nerd-o-sphere by storm. You wrote so many letters I was forced to do make all-Spidey special edition of the mailbag. Thwip!
Miles Morales is finally getting some time in the spotlight lately thanks to the news he'll be showing up in Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon, but this amazing cosplayer's photo shoot as the young hero has us yearning for Miles to get his own movie.
But he's not coming alone. When the comics' Ultimate Spider-Man joins the animated Ultimate Spider-Man, it'll be as part of the third season, premiering August 31st and subtitled Web Warriors, where Spideys throughout the multiverse join forces.
Plenty of sites cover all the costume changes various Spider-Men have gone through over time (i.e., Peter Parker, Ben Reilly, Miles Morales), but none have ever quite looked so good or been as informative as this one from Mashable. It even has his ridiculous 1602 outfit!
Marvel revealed their post-Cataclysm plans for the Ultimate universe, and they are a doozy.. The line will be relaunched with three new titles — Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate FF, and All-New Ultimates — but "all-new" in this case is not just a marketing gimmick, it's the truth.
This week in the world of cartoons, Casey Jones stars on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the season finale of Ultimate Spider-Man airs, and we welcome the newest show from an Adventure Time alum, Steven Universe.
For anyone who's ever loved Adventure Time, there's excellent news. A brand new fantastical cartoon is on the scene, and it's our must-watch of the week. Plus the "Groundhog Day" trope has finally reached its absolute nadir. And a bunch of shows are back from their break. Check out clips and details for all this…
This week in the world of cartoons, we are treated to a horror movie-inspired episode of Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., a spirited half-hour of Korra, and a supervillain reunion on Ultimate Spider-Man.
A fantastical TV show that's gotten raves for its stunning imagery and emotionally powerful storytelling finally debuts in the United States, and it's our must-see show of the week. Other highlights include the Black Canary, the Little Mermaid, Root and Shaw teaming up, and the return of Felicia Day to Supernatural!
This week in the world of cartoons, we get Halloween-themed episodes of Regular Show and Defenders of Berk, plus a Weird Al appearance on the Season 5 finale of Adventure Time.
This week's television includes a brand new comic-book adaptation, starring Michelle Forbes and Victor Garber! Plus the supernatural spin-off to Pretty Little Liars, and Jonathan Rhys-Myers playing a sexypants Dracula. And some magical time-travel. But also, check out the most badass Person of Interest clip ever.
It's a big week in the world of cartoons! Ultimate Spider-Man features a cameo-studded Halloween episode plus the Transformers return, if only for a while, as the original movie Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising airs.
There are tons of premieres on TV this week, including witches, werewolves, vampires, scarecrows and zombies. But the most exciting news might be two hours of Fringe's John Noble as the planet-eater Unicron. And a cartoon horror spoof crafted by the one and only Guillermo del Toro!