A parody of the friendly neighborhood superhero so twisted you’ll never acknowledge its origin if not for the title’s insistence. Italian Spider-Man is another bizarre masterpiece of the folks behind Danger 5. ISPAAAYDEHR!
Spidey swaps his webslinging for melee skills. Is he Peter Parker? Peter Park? Nope, Aaron Gassor, a martial arts instructor who has a 2nd degree black belt in both taekwondo and kickboxing.
(NSFW) It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that Stan Lee and Steve Ditko never intended Spidey to be realistic. Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD) shows us just how right that decision was.
Sean Ward’s friend’s son Kieran wanted “to have Spider-Man” for Christmas. Incidentally Sean has a Spidey costume that he uses for his online show. So we guess Kieran owns Sean now.
Forget about Venom or the Green Goblin; Screen Junkies is Spidey’s worst enemy. This honest trailer rips into the “re-retold story” of Peter Parker so thoroughly you’ll be ashamed if you watched it.
Peter Parker’s friend is blown away when he hears Parker’s secret. But not for the obvious reasons. It’s the perennial superhero question that only The Incredibles faced head on.
You won’t just be battling robots in the The Amazing Spider-Man game. Developer Beenox shows us how Spidey will navigate Manhattan to look for lowly thugs and robbers.
Peter Parker is a man of many faces: a student, a lover and a son. His mask doesn’t conceal any of them but instead adds one more: a hero. In other news, a preview and a trailer are the same thing.
We still prefer Tobey Maguire as Spidey, but this new trailer for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man gives us hope for this reboot. Glad to know the Webhead still has his funny side.
We’re assuming the robots-run-amok plotline of the new Spider-Man game parallels the 2012 movie reboot, but even if we’re wrong, the idea of Spidey battling spider-like robots looks like fun.
Aspiring superhero? Well maybe you can learn a thing or two from Spidey as he trains us in some of his lesser known, but still “patented” crime-fighting maneuvers. Sling Stance! Doc-Knocker!
Marc Webb’s reboot of the Spider-Man franchise may not hit theaters until July 2012, but the first trailer has already leaked to the net. Who would win in a fight? Andrew Garfield or Tobey MacGuire?
We all have our memories of Spider-Man, whether the old “…does whatever a spider can” theme, the Sam Raimi blockbusters or even Spider-Pig. The Japanese have their own special memories.
Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions is getting ready to swing into stores on 9/7, so Marvel has been kind enough to share this extended look at the action-packed time-shifting webslinger.
NSFW: Skyler Stone sure knows how to promote himself. Here he is pulling the old impersonation trick, auditioning as several different actors – and one actress – for the Spider-Man re-boot.
Get a brief, but exciting look at the villains in the new Spider-Man game, Shattered Dimensions. We think Goblin looks the coolest, but Kraven and Hammerhead will probably kick your ass too.
With a little help from Michael BublÃ©, Spider-Man pull us into his web with this demonstration of one of his lesser-known talents. More jazz hands, Spidey! (Thanks for the tip, Theylan!)
Shattered Dimensions is a beat-em-up with web-slinging and melee combat, in which Spidey bounces between multiple parallel worlds, including a 1930s-inspired Spider-Man Noir universe.
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