Spidey's faced a plethora of villains over the years, and a lot of them have been created fairly recently. Despite his enormous rogues gallery, Spidey keeps picking up new baddies that stick around.
The Christian rock and metal scenes have never been bigger. As you navigate your way through the industry, here are some bands you should lend an ear to.
At the end of Brand New Day, Mark Waid teams one final time with Paul Azaceta to bring us the return of Menace and the birth of her son...who Spidey must keep safe from his fiendish foes!
Joe Quesada answers questions unanswered since the beginning of "Brand New Day": How was Peter and MJ's marriage ended? How did everyone forget Spidey's identity? And do we really want to know?
Joe Kelly wraps up the epic Gauntlet tale with "The Grim Hunt," the big finale that brings Spidey face-to-face with one of his oldest foes, as the Kravinoff family's ultimate plan is revealed.
Zeb Wells and Chris Bachalo team up again to transform Curt Connors back into the Lizard, with a much darker take on the classic foe. What happens when Connors is "shed" and only the Lizard remains?
Taking a slight break from the The Gauntlet, Fred van Lente introduces us to a new Scorpion and Roger Stern crafts a sequel to his classic "Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut," because something can!
Fred van Lente reintroduces Morbius the Living Vampire in a story that sadly cannot live up to Mark Waid's drastic two-part Vulture story and Joe Kelly's dark conclusion to his Rhino arc.
Joe Kelly and Dan Slott revamp two more old enemies—Mysterio and Rhino—further twisting the life of Spider-Man as he proceeds through the Gauntlet.
The Gauntlet begins to haunt Spider-Man as Mark Waid amplifies old enemy Electro, and Fred van Lente introduces us to a darker version of classic foe, the Sandman.
Joe Kelly brings Black Cat into the Brand New Day setting, Marc Guggenheim resolves his Velociraptor plot, and Kelly returns to bring Deadpool into the mix as The Gauntlet draws near.
Fred van Lente brings danger in the form of the Chameleon as he kidnaps and replaces Peter Parker for his own nefarious designs! What trouble will this spell for Spidey's friends and family?
Wedding bells are ringing as Dan Slott and John Romita Jr. have Aunt May tie the knot with Jay Jameson. But, which old Spidey foe (and old Aunt May flame) rears his head at the same time?
Harry Osborn's chain gets another major yank as he joins Norman, who wishes to add him to his arsenal of heroes, and Spidey sneaks into Avengers Tower disguised as his enemy Venom to save his friend.
The support heroes of Overwatch are the healers that will keep your team strong, the helpers that will give your teammates an edge, and the heroes that will spoil your enemy's plans.
Fred van Lente makes his Amazing Spider-Man debut, and Dan Slott and Mark Waid craft a pair of crazy story arcs for our favorite Web-Swinger to fight his way through.
Marc Guggenheim wraps up the mysterious "Menace" plot line of Brand New Day, revealing the new villain's shocking identity and its repercussions for Spidey's supporting cast!
Spidey gets tangled in the Secret Invasion event, so watch Jackpot take down a Super-Skrull in a story with barely any Spidey in it! Then, watch as her secret origins are at long last revealed!
Here we explore the big guns of Overwatch—literally! Mechs, monkeys, and pig-faced men make up this roster of intimidating and large heroes, characters who can stand their ground, and take a beating.
While Mark Waid introduces a supporting character who will play a major role in Spidey's life, Dan Slott answers one of the most mysterious questions of Brand New Day: how is Harry Osborn still alive?
ASM fans are given a fun trio of tales that sees Spidey take on Hammerhead and...Magnum Moses? Plus, a war story centered on Flash Thompson about a mission that will change his life forever.
John Romita Jr. returns to ASM to help Dan Slott craft a tale that pits Spidey against Norman Osborn, the Thunderbolts, and Anti-Venom, a brand new adversary wearing a familiar face.
The Defense heroes of Overwatch are the men, women, and robots who will help assure that your team keeps that payload stalled, keeps that point from being captured, or gets those critical kills.
Marc Guggenheim and Phil Jimenez introduce Ana Kravinoff as the newest member of Spidey's Rogues Gallery, the young daughter of Kraven who will be a thorn in the hero's side for a long time to come.
This final volume in the Brand New Day Complete Collection takes Spidey on crazy adventures against new foes and old as he battles Screwball, Paper Doll, and the Enforcers.
Picking up where the first creators left off, different writers and artists handle the reins of the next ASM issues and introduce new villains and crafting story points to add depth to Spidey's life!
With J. Michael Straczynski's run on Spider-Man over, a a whole group of writers and artists set out to redefine Spider-Man's world in the first volume of an epic set of adventures.
This new FPS game by Blizzard Entertainment offers a variety of characters, and the heroes in its offense class help make sure your team stays on the objective.
Continuing to explore the realm of video games, I delve into the second half of what I think are the best single player games of all time.
A look at what I think are the best single player video games of all time.
J. Michael Straczynski crafts one of the most controversial Spidey stories of all time, ending his run the Amazing Spider-Man and opening the door for a new era of stories.
Following his life-altering take on Spider-Man's involvement in Civil War, J Michael Straczynski continues to rain blow after blow down on the life of Peter Parker.
Taking at look at the epic Civil War crossover event through the eyes of Spider-Man, J. Michael Straczynski crafts a tale of conflict in the life of Marvel's favorite Web-Spinner.
Vladimir Propp created a way to analyze character archetypes in stories. He identified eight roles that characters typically have in most stories and what characters in said roles bring to the stories
Vladimir Propp created the Proppian Analysis in his study of fairytales, which highlights many similarities within ancient and modern tales. Though complex, it can be simplified to some basic elements