• /co/ on Kamala Kahn: This is pandering bullshit! She sucks!
    • /co/ on Female Thor: We Tumblr crowd now! This is such shit.
    • /co/ on Janet being dead in Ant-Man: HA! She deserved it. Nothing of value was lost.
    • I'm noticing a pattern here.
  1. horsemannumber0:

    New characters. New identities. New legacies.

    Yet they still receive the same old sexist and racist remarks.

    What a shame.

  2. mokkumz:

    Holy shit, after looking back (I read Miles Morales as Spider-Man regardless of what happened with Peter) the sales figures on the black Spidey are AWFUL. like Marvel normally cancels the comic at this point awful. That’s both racist as fuck and strange. Are you telling me the large part of the comic audience really is a bunch of racist white people? Besides that, Miles is a good Spider-Man in his own right, and we get to see a Spidey who doesn’t know his powers in depth again, like when Pete was a rookie. Aiyaiyai, people.

    Edit: If you want Marvel and DC to keep their diverse creations, BUY COMIC BOOKS. IF THEY DON’T MEET THE SALES FIGURES MARVEL WANTS, THERE’S A SEVERE RISK OF RETCON. IT’S HAPPENED IN THE PAST. IE STEVE ROGERS ALWAYS GETS BACK THE SHIELD. YOU LIKE THE NEW CHANGES? MILES MORALES SPIDER-MAN, SAM WILSON CAPTAIN AMERICA, FEMALE THOR? BUY THE DAMN BOOKS THEN

  3. milesabovepeter:

    what is it with white boys having no faith in non-white guy heroes tho? They said Miles Morales wouldn’t work, an all female X-Men team wouldn’t break 12 issues, and that Carol Danvers would back to being Ms. Marvel but they were wrong and NOW they’re saying Ororo’s comic won’t go beyond 6????

  4. algo448:

Miles says what we’ve all been thinking since issue 1.

    algo448:

    Miles says what we’ve all been thinking since issue 1.

  5. rosecitycomiccon:

    DAVID MARQUEZ is coming to Rose City Comic Con! We are beyond excited that the artist for the amazing Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man comics will be a special guest at our show!

    David Marquez (davidmarquez) is the Portland-based artist responsible for Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, among other comics, including work on Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers A.I., All New X-Men, All New Ultimates, Superior Spider-Man, Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man, Age of Ultron, and Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man. (And that’s just the last year.)

    For information on tickets and our other guests, visit our website.

  6. "

    Yes, Miles Morales Spider-Man “Will be represented in the story” in Spider-Verse, but beyond that, Brevoort wouldn’t say more. “Miles will also be appearing in All-New X-Men starting with #31,” Marts said, and Brevoort feigned shock and surprise.

    "Is that 616 Miles Morales or Ultimate Miles Morales?" a fan asked. Marts sighed and said, "I was hoping I wouldn’t get that question." Peter David took over and said, "The answer is yes."

    "
  7. steatotic:

    The Death of Spider-Man
                      A Fan Film based on 
                      Ultimate Spider-Man 
                      created by 
                      Brian Michael Bendis 
                      and Mark Bagley

  8. renaroo:

    Ultimate Spider-Man (2011— ) #22

    "No more! No more!! NO MORE!!"

    So… I’ve been slow at catching up to this point on Miles’ series because… I was having a lot of fun with Miles. I liked everything leading up to this and thought it was a really fun, entertaining, and important comic and character. And I still think those things.

    But… I’ve had no interest in seeing Rio be added to the ever, ever present list of fridged mothers/women. I’ve not been interested in making Miles another Peter Parker.

    I’m certain this creative team is capable of churning out great and awesome stuff past this issue, but I’m not interested in reading them. There’s a possibility, I guess, with Gwen’s foreshadowing, that there’s hope for Rio in the future but I doubt it. I doubt that’s a priority at all, really.

    This is still a hugely important comic series. If you’re not as tired of this trope as I am, please continue to support it and to support an amazing teen hero of color, a legacy character, and just topnotch work from some of the best in the business.

    I don’t know if or when I’d jump back on. But I appreciated the 22 issues I got to read of Miles’ journey — plus the Spider-Men mini — after several years of not being able to get my interest in Peter back. I was happy to follow a Spidey again for new adventures.

    I hope that feeling returns to the comics soon.

  9. emileh-r:

    Someone should draw me a pic of Spiderman and Casey Jones becuz Drake and Josh. <333

  10. You’ve been in trouble since the day that spider bit you.

  11. Tony Stark, Not a Superhero Trainer

    herozack:

    Tony Stark is Many things,

    image

    image

    Superhero trainer is not one of them. 

  12. "

    Let’s talk about the individual Spideys — obviously bringing Miles Morales to animation for the first time is a major thing. How easy was it to transition Miles from comics to TV? And was Brian Michael Bendis closely involved?

    Lane: Brian is with us at the story summits as well — and has written some incredible scripts for the show. So he rolled his sleeves up here and helped our writers, Kevin Burke and Doc Wyatt, get Miles just right. Miles plays really well and looks very cool animated, and he’s just so relatable for our audience. It was really smooth — the surprise was how outrageously scary the Ultimate Comics Goblin was.

    "

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