Something fans of Deadpool won’t appreciate is afoot. Apparently, an upcoming arc in the Deadpool and Spider-Man comic series will see a mysterious villain come in and stop our pal DP from being able to see and talk directly to the readers.
Power up your gadgets in the cutest way possible, with these adorable battery packs based on Marvel’s superheroes. They look a whole lot like Funko’s Dorbz figures, but each of these cartoony characters packs a 2,600 mAh battery inside.
If you aim to become your city’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, you are going to need a few thing – a costume and a web-shooter for instance. Well, here’s one way to make your own web-slinging gear, even if you don’t have a wealthy benefactor like Tony Stark.
What does LEGO Spider-Man do when he’s not fighting crime? Well, you are about to find out. To celebrate the theatrical release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Michael Hickox created a cool LEGO stop-motion animated short that takes a look at the wall-crawler’s day off.
Sphero is not just about cute, connected rolling balls. The company is now unveiling its first non-spherical product. Sphero’s Spider-Man listens and responds to your voice commands. Unlike the company’s BB-8 toy, this guy doesn’t need an app to do its thing.
I have always been a big fan of superhero movies going all the way back to the Superman flicks of the ’80s. While I’ve been a bit bored by some of the movies lately, I’m thankful that surprises like Guardians of the Galaxy and Deadpool have come along to shake off that funk.
It’s almost that time of the year – when kids go back to school and parents rejoice because snacks last longer than 24 hours, and kids aren’t telling you they are bored every 23 seconds. While kids don’t want to go back to school, you can soften the blow just a little by giving them a really cool backpack.
Late last year we caught a glimpse of Tamashii Nations’ samurai-inspired take on Ultimate Spider-Man. It turns out Spidey is just the first in the company’s Manga Realization, a new line of samurai-themed action figures based on comic book characters.
If Spider-Man was clad in the armor of an ancient Samurai, would he still be able to do whatever a spider can? I mean, I don’t see his sticky fingers working through those gauntlets. Regardless, I love samurai and think the idea is awesome for this Marvel Movie Realization action figure.
When Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man came out in 2002, Yuri Schuurkes was captivated by the movie’s take on Spidey’s costume. He wasn’t a big fan of the hero himself, but he became obsessed with Peter Parker’s crime-fighting costume.
With a cool costume comes cool merchandise. We Love Fine has these officially licensed clothing based on Gwen Stacy’s simple yet striking Spider-Woman costume: a hoodie and a hooded tank top.
Swing over to We Love Fine to reserve your Spider-Gwen gear.
I can think of no better way to celebrate your passion for Marvel’s superheroes than to make some tasty baked goodies in their form. That’s exactly what Flickr contributor Cindy Li did when she baked up this batch of delicious looking banana bread, baked in the shapes of Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Wolverine:
These are truly bananas, Cindy.
Obituaries are often rather depressing, for reasons which should be fairly obvious. Normally they’re written in a somber tone the reminds the reader not of the person being remembered, but of the fact that they should be grieving.
Meet Steve Parker. I mean Peter Rogers. Maybe Peter Parker Rogers. Anyway, this is what you get when Captain America and Spider-Man are merged as one. It is an entirely new and epic character/costume. I have to say it looks pretty sweet.
Etsy seller Brian Reedy makes woodcut prints with geeky subjects, including Star Wars, Adventure Time as well as Marvel and DC characters. His work is not as detailed as Jed Henry and David Bull’s Ukiyo-e Heroes, but they still cast familiar characters in a new, er, old light.
Perhaps inspired by The Amazing Spider-Man 2, prop weapon maker Patrick Priebe made a couple of wrist-mounted weapons that are triggered just like Spidey’s web-shooters.
One of the weapons shoots a tiny harpoon. It also has a winch that turns it into a Spider-Man and Scorpion mashup.