‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ is pure art


“Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” is perfect in every way, and it’s due to its unlimited supply of creativity. It’s visually stunning, rich in detail, expressive in narrative and a pure cinematic achievement.


‘What If… Miles Morales no. 4’ sparks controversy


Miles Morales debuted in in Marvel Comics’  “Ultimate Comics: Fallout no.4” in August 2011 and would don the mantle of Spider-Man after the death of Peter Parker in his universe, Earth-1610. Like Peter, Miles would be bitten by a radioactive spider that would grant him abilities.

A new hope rises: ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ game review


After months of rebalancing and necessary patches, I finally revisited the “Avengers” game and came to the conclusion that it seems that this is going to be a title that will age like fine wine. Of course many will gripe and ask “how did you come to this conclusion when the base vanilla product was just ‘unplayable?’”

Insomniac’s leap of faith: A Miles Morales PS4 review


I remember when Spider-Man PS4 was released by Insomniac back in 2018. The consensus by fans was that the game was one of the best Spider-Man experiences ever put to screen. Due to the new, fresh take on the wall-crawler and how it reignited why Spider-Man truly is one of the best fictional characters in all of media. On Nov. 12th the side story experience in the form of Miles Morales by Insomniac officially dropped on both the PS4 and PS5.  I feel what made both of these titles stand out from other games, and even movies are the attention

A cover worth 1,000 words


“The Amazing Spider-Man no. 50”, published in July 1967, changed my life. I was born in 1972 and I didn’t even know this storyline existed until 1981. I saw this cover by Romita & Demeo and I had to have it- not the story, the cover.