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DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN On The Marvel Comics App

Groundbreaking New Storyline Hits the Marvel Comics App in February This just in from our friends at Marvel… “Marvel is proud to announce that every issue of the hotly-anticipated DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN will be available day & date on the [...]

December 28, 2010 Reviews

Spidey Sense Fails on Broadway

The most expensive play in Broadway history is turning into one of the most disastrous. Hours ago an actor playing Spider-Man(not star Reeve Carney) fell into the stage pit after a cable reportedly snapped. The accident occurred during a scene [...]

December 21, 2010 Reviews
Amazing Spider-Man #654.1

Venom Relaunches, But Who Wears The Symbiote?

Marvel have just announced that Rick Remender and Tony Moore will bring a little of the magic they worked on Frankencastle and Fear Agent to an all-new Venom title, spinning out of Amazing Spider-Man and launching in March of next [...]

December 9, 2010 Reviews
Skott Of Fables’ Pick Of The Week

Skott Of Fables’ Pick Of The Week

Welcome to the first of many Picks Of The Week. Each week I will be reviewing my comics on my regular blog but one book will be made my Pick. That title will be reviewed here, on Comic Booked, only. [...]

November 25, 2010 Reviews


Syfy, the premier cable entertainment destination for imagination-based entertainment, announced today it would be a lead media partner for SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark, the highly anticipated Broadway show that joins the theatrical and cinematic vision of Julie Taymor with [...]

November 22, 2010 Reviews

Spider-Man’s Broadway Look

Cletus Cassidy probably never imagined he would grace the pages of Vogue magazine, but the new released images for the  Broadway musical “Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark” show him in all his blood red Carnage glory. The fashion magazine has [...]

November 15, 2010 Reviews
Lewis’ Longbox #8

Lewis’ Longbox #8

So it’s Wednesday, and that means it’s time to dive into Lewis’ Longbox!  This week, I went all digital.  I recently purchased an iPad, which is proving to be a huge time-sink, but very good for reading comics.  So, I [...]

October 27, 2010 Reviews
Carnage #1 varient cover

Review: Carnage #1

A five part limited series starring Carnage begins this month. Last we saw the murderous symbiote,  he was flown into space and torn in half by the Sentry, presumably killed. It seems this was not to be the end of [...]

October 21, 2010 Reviews

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #645

The current Origin of Species story arc is starting to look like a light in the tunnel after what  the  One More day, Brand New Day, and One Moment in Time story arcs gave us. We all can only hope it’s [...]

October 15, 2010 Reviews
My Comic Wallet

Hands on with Comic Wallet

I first wrote about back in August. The unique wallets made from actual comic books. I have been a fan of them ever since then(full post here). This weekend I received mine. Sent as a gift from an dear old  friend [...]

October 5, 2010 Reviews

Spiderman Around the World

Spiderman… Since 1962, the beloved character, originally created by Marvel Legends Stan Lee and Artist Steve Ditko, has won the hearts, minds, and imaginations of young and old throughout the country and around the world. Now, “..around the world…’.. that [...]

September 30, 2010 Reviews
This Week In Comics And More 9/29/10

This Week In Comics And More 9/29/10

Well there is not a lot of comics that are coming out this week I am interested in. Maybe just the Green Arrow one, but honestly, thats it. I am quite surprised that there is not a Deadpool comic coming [...]

September 29, 2010 Reviews

Spider-Man: “this story is about a girl”

Spider-Man is the story of a kid bitten by a radioactive spider. Or is it? The story certainly begins that way. New York nerd given great power and great responsibility. A story unfolding now for nearly 50 years. Characters have [...]

September 21, 2010 Reviews


  When I think of Spider Man my thoughts immediately go to Todd Mcfarlane. Todd is a FORCE in the comics world. Personal opinion may sometimes vary on what kind of force Todd was the first artist I became a fan [...]

September 20, 2010 Reviews
Packing Heat

Is Spider-Man Noir Spidey Enough?

The Spider-Man of the 1930’s in last year’s Noir universe is yet another dimensions Spider-Man. That dimension is even a quarter of the levels in the new Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions game. But that Spider-Man, while having spider powers, a familiar [...]

September 16, 2010 Reviews

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