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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Is the Definitive Spider-Film

Spider-Verse is a triumphant work of art that is beautiful to behold and gets better with each additional viewing. It embraces the truly remarkable spirit that makes Spider-Man so popular and why he is so important to so many fans.

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Things We Saw Today: There Will Be an Into the Spider-Verse Sequel Because Sometimes Life Is Kind to Us

In a world where it seems like one trash fire after another is constantly being lit, at least we can take comfort in this news out of the Into the Spider-Verse 'verse. A sequel is "definitely" on the way.

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Into the Spider-Verse Is the Best Movie I’ve Seen in a Long Time

A very, very long time.

I know I'm unfashionably late to the party, but Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse deserves all of our money and every accolade it has so rightfully earned.

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The Importance of Spider-Gwen and Miles Morales in Modern Comics

"Miles Morales and Spider Gwen are really awesome; they’re sort of modern heroes for a modern world."

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Jason Reynolds Says He Wrote Miles Morales So “Kids Who Look Like Me…Can Be Superheroes Too”

" I think that kids who look like me and who live in neighborhoods like I grew up in deserve to know that they also can be super. We're seeing it with Black Panther right? They need to know that they can be superheroes too."

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Miles Morales Is Ready for His Big-Screen Debut in the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer

Sony Animation has dropped the teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, an animated movie starring Miles Morales that will hit theaters in December 2018.

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“How Spider-Man: Homecoming Should Have Ended” Delightfully Fixes the Movie’s Flaws

“You gave a teenager a weaponized super-suit. Am I the only one who thinks this is weird?” —Superman The folks over at How It Should Have Ended finally set their sites on this summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, a fun movie that I think we can agree also had its share of flaws. “After you guys submitted over 30 […]

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Things We Saw Today: A Fake “Antifa” Twitter Account Forgot to Disable Its Russian Geotag

Russia's Internet propaganda war on the U.S. is continuing apace.

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Things We Saw Today: Auli’i Cravalho Was Almost Too Busy with Honors Biology to Audition for Moana

Collider recently shared a post-Oscars interview with Moana star Auli’i Cravalho, during which she consistently confirmed her status as a real-life Disney princess. She also revealed that she almost didn't try out for Moana, because she was in honors biology and "had no time for anything else but microbes."

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Sony Finally Confirms Miles Morales Animated Spider-Man Movie

At various points, we've heard rumors, hoped, wished, speculated, and dreamed that Sony's planned animated Spider-Man film would star Miles Morales rather than Peter Parker. We even recently got fairly close to a confirmation with a casting call, but Sony has finally put us out of our misery and confirmed that Phil Lord and Chris Miller's Spider-Man movie will, indeed, be about Morales.

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Will Miles Morales Be Sony’s Animated Spider-Man? This Casting Call Seems to Confirm It.

A recent casting call seems to confirm that Miles Morales will be the protagonist of Sony's animated Spider-Man film.

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Never Underestimate the Power of Teenage Superheroes

They have an impact not merely on their own worlds, but on the future of ours as well.

For almost as long as there have been superhero comics, there have been teenage superheroes. From Superboy to Ms. Marvel, superheroes in their teenage years are solid proof that you don't necessarily have to be an adult to be endowed with powers--or find yourself the unexpected recipient of superhuman abilities.

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Miles Morales May Be Spider-Man in Sony’s Next Animated Film

Though we won't be seeing him on the big screen in live action any time soon, we just heard some pretty great news. Miles Morales may be Spider-Man in Sony's next animated Spidey feature!

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Pull Wisely: Paper Girls #5, Spider-Man #1, Toil and Trouble #6, and More!

Hey all! Welcome to another edition of Pull Wisely, brought to you by your very own TMS Pull Wisely crew: Maddy Myers, Jessica Lachenal, and me - Teresa Jusino. Every week we bring you our top ten picks for brand new comics coming out this week. So without much further ado, here are our Pull Wisely pulls for the week of Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016.

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Spider-Man Fan Film Gives Us the Miles Morales We All Want and Need

This Spider-Man fan film gives us a pretty good idea of what it might look like if Marvel had actually decided to bring Miles Morales into the MCU.

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Spider-Man Director Talks Miles Morales, Possible Appearance

This could just be more hype for the hype machine, but director Jon Watts didn't outright shoot down the idea of Miles Morales possibly playing a role in this upcoming Spider-Man reboot.

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The Mary Sue Exclusive: WeLoveFine Launches New Spider-Verse Collection

We've hit the jackpot!

How's a Spider-Fan supposed to stay comfy and warm now that fall weather is on its way? With WeLoveFine's newly-launched Spider-Verse collection, of course!

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Marvel’s Axel Alonso Responds to Criticism of Hip-Hop Variant Covers

I LOVE the Kamala Khan cover!

As part of its All-New, All-Different universe, Marvel announced a series of hip-hop variant covers designed to both celebrate the new comics and new universe being launched while also paying homage to classic hip-hop album covers. This didn't sit too well with some critics, who called the move culturally appropriative. Now, in an interview with Comic Book Resources, Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Axel Alonso, addresses the criticism the covers have received.

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Marvel Reveals Its “All-New, All-Different” Universe … and It’s Kinda Bonkers

Spider-Woman is what-now?

We've been hearing bits and pieces about Marvel's "All-New, All-Different" universe, but now the preview solicitations have gone out to comics retailers for 45 new titles, and because we live in The Digital Age, they've already hit the Internet. The "All-New, All-Different" universe is really living up to its name! Not only that, but it's providing some really interesting vehicles and stories for Marvel's female and minority superheroes.

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Things We Saw Today: Miles Morales Is the New Official Marvel Comics Universe Spider-Man

We don't know much about what's happening after Marvel's Secret Wars, but we do know that their main Spider-Man will no longer be Peter Parker - it's going to be Miles Morales. The comic will be drawn by Sara Pichelli, and written by Brian Michael Bendis, who told The New York Daily News, "Our message has to be it’s not Spider-Man with an asterisk, it’s the real Spider-Man for kids of color, for adults of color and everybody else." Now, if only the Cinematic Universe could keep up.

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