Spidey puts a new spin on web crawling with this bobble head computer sitter! Spider-Man sits atop your computer monitor, eyeing your every single keystroke! The PVC mini-bobblehead has Spider-Man in a crouch with both hands resting on the monitor.”
The Hulk in Bulk. Everything you wanted to know about The Incredible Hulk in one comprehensive, low-priced edition! This amazing collection details all aspects of The Hulk in the popular culture landscape, from his introduction as a comics character to his television career and the new Hulk movie. This book also features a behind-the-scenes look at the 2003 movie.
The first historic clash between Iron Man and his greatest nemesis continues! Untold secrets abound when the ultimate battle between technology and magic kicks into high gear, as Iron Man discovers this new terrorist threat is much more dangerous than even he realized. Plus, the Mandarin isn’t the only enemy waiting to throw down with ol’ Shellhead — when the Scarecrow strikes! You want classic Iron Man…you got it!
Written by J.M. DEMATTEIS, KARL KESEL, KEITH CHAMPAGNE, JOHN ARCUDI & ABBY DENSON Penciled by ALEX CAL, RAMON BACHS, RON FRENZ, SHAWN MOLL, RAMON BACHS, VAL SEMEIKS & COLLEEN COOVER Cover by MIKE DEODATO JR. Heads’ up, Web-Slingers! Get ready to have your Spider-Senses overloaded with the Brand New Amazing Spider-Man Family! Check in here for slices of life from Spidey and the rest of the Brand New Day Cast. We all know Spider-Man’s origin – but what happened the day after Uncle Ben died? Find out as J.M. De Matteis and Spanish Sensation Alex Cal bring you Spider-Man: 48 Hours! Also, check out Aunt May, Agent of F.E.A.S.T. and a flashback to the birth of Spidey’s New Ways To Die nemesis, VENOM! All this plus more slices of Peter Parker’s Brand New World and the return of HAMMERHEAD! Collecting material from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN FAMILY #1-3 and SPIDER-MAN: FEAR ITSELF. 160 PGS./Rated A
Written by CHRIS CLAREMONT Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA, RON FRENZ & SAL BUSCEMA Covers by JOHN BUSCEMA & BRET BLEVINS Illyana Rasputin, little sister of the X-Men’s Colossus, entered Limbo as a child and left as a young woman
We got good old Superman joining the fight in Blackest Night as well as Earth-2 Superman, so I guess it only made sense that he’d join as well:
I personally could go without Prime joining this fight, as he’s already exhausted his presence in the Infinite Crisis and Sinestro Corps War books, but I’ll let Geoff Johns ride on this one for a bit and see what happens.
Thanks to IGN Comics for the article.