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Spider-Man: Reign is a four-issue comic book limited series featuring Spider-Man , written and illustrated by Kaare Andrews and published by Marvel Comics . Set 30 years into Spider-Man's future, in Earth-70237 , it features a retired Spider-Man who returns to combat the injustices of a vastly different New York City .

On December 12, 2006, Marvel announced that issue #1 had sold out through Diamond Comic Distributors and that a second printing would be released. [1]

The series has been compared to The Dark Knight Returns , a comparison which Marvel has also quoted when promoting Reign . [1] As well as the thematic similarities between the two stories, both of which revisit aged heroes after the end of their careers, The Dark Knight Returns is also acknowledged within the pages of Reign by the inclusion of a character named Miller Janson (the name reflects Dark Knight Returns creators Frank Miller and Klaus Janson ).

Spider-Man: Reign is a four-issue comic book limited series featuring Spider-Man , written and illustrated by Kaare Andrews and published by Marvel Comics . Set 30 years into Spider-Man's future, in Earth-70237 , it features a retired Spider-Man who returns to combat the injustices of a vastly different New York City .

On December 12, 2006, Marvel announced that issue #1 had sold out through Diamond Comic Distributors and that a second printing would be released. [1]

The series has been compared to The Dark Knight Returns , a comparison which Marvel has also quoted when promoting Reign . [1] As well as the thematic similarities between the two stories, both of which revisit aged heroes after the end of their careers, The Dark Knight Returns is also acknowledged within the pages of Reign by the inclusion of a character named Miller Janson (the name reflects Dark Knight Returns creators Frank Miller and Klaus Janson ).

Жизнь других (2006)
# 58 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Jennifer Lawrence »
# 39 on STARmeter

When New York is put under siege by Oscorp, it is up to Spider-Man to save the city he swore to protect as well as his loved ones.

In fewer than two decades, the Spider-Man franchise has already amassed a history of stops and restarts. But the most surprising were the sudden cancellations of Amazing Spider-Man 3 and the spin-offs planned to follow. It was confusing and strange, but there's an interesting story behind why the sequel to a successful movie got tossed in the garbage.

Of course, there was a sequel. Like most sequels, it didn't perform as well with the critics as the first movie. It pulled in about the same amount of money, however, but the reviews weren't as kind as theater goers' wallets. The general consensus was that, while Garfield, Stone, and everyone else in the cast did a good job, there was just too much going on. As a result, the movie came off as something of a muddled mess. Still with all that went wrong with it, it wasn't bad enough to earn any Razzie nominations. And it did well enough that not only had the studio planned to make more sequels, but spin-offs too.

According to documents made public by the hacks, Sony worked out a deal with Marvel to bring Spider-Man into Marvel's cinematic universe. Fanboys and fangirls around the world squealed in delight. Since then, it's been revealed that Spidey would make his debut in a big way, as part of Captain America: Civil War . This puts Spidey in line to participate in Marvel's climactic Avengers: Infinity War movies, something a lot of fans, Hugh "Wolverine" Jackman included, want to see. But while all this is great news, it's not the only thing the hacks revealed.

Spider-Man: Reign is a four-issue comic book limited series featuring Spider-Man , written and illustrated by Kaare Andrews and published by Marvel Comics . Set 30 years into Spider-Man's future, in Earth-70237 , it features a retired Spider-Man who returns to combat the injustices of a vastly different New York City .

On December 12, 2006, Marvel announced that issue #1 had sold out through Diamond Comic Distributors and that a second printing would be released. [1]

The series has been compared to The Dark Knight Returns , a comparison which Marvel has also quoted when promoting Reign . [1] As well as the thematic similarities between the two stories, both of which revisit aged heroes after the end of their careers, The Dark Knight Returns is also acknowledged within the pages of Reign by the inclusion of a character named Miller Janson (the name reflects Dark Knight Returns creators Frank Miller and Klaus Janson ).

Жизнь других (2006)
# 58 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Jennifer Lawrence »
# 39 on STARmeter

When New York is put under siege by Oscorp, it is up to Spider-Man to save the city he swore to protect as well as his loved ones.

In fewer than two decades, the Spider-Man franchise has already amassed a history of stops and restarts. But the most surprising were the sudden cancellations of Amazing Spider-Man 3 and the spin-offs planned to follow. It was confusing and strange, but there's an interesting story behind why the sequel to a successful movie got tossed in the garbage.

Of course, there was a sequel. Like most sequels, it didn't perform as well with the critics as the first movie. It pulled in about the same amount of money, however, but the reviews weren't as kind as theater goers' wallets. The general consensus was that, while Garfield, Stone, and everyone else in the cast did a good job, there was just too much going on. As a result, the movie came off as something of a muddled mess. Still with all that went wrong with it, it wasn't bad enough to earn any Razzie nominations. And it did well enough that not only had the studio planned to make more sequels, but spin-offs too.

According to documents made public by the hacks, Sony worked out a deal with Marvel to bring Spider-Man into Marvel's cinematic universe. Fanboys and fangirls around the world squealed in delight. Since then, it's been revealed that Spidey would make his debut in a big way, as part of Captain America: Civil War . This puts Spidey in line to participate in Marvel's climactic Avengers: Infinity War movies, something a lot of fans, Hugh "Wolverine" Jackman included, want to see. But while all this is great news, it's not the only thing the hacks revealed.

A surprising rag-tag group of X-Men bands together to save our world from a new threat with results—dare we say—astonishing.

Writer Charles Soule’s new series, ASTONISHING X-MEN , hits on July 19 and it boasts double the drama, triple the mutant action, and a roster of artists to rival that of the characters. But let’s get one thing straight; you won’t find a typical X-Men story within the pages of this book. Why, you ask? We talked to Charles Soule to find out just what makes this title so different.

Charles Soule: ASTONISHING X-MEN begins with an attack on the world’s psychics, both super hero-types and not. It’s vicious, and quick, and things are looking terrible from page one. We pick up the main thread of the story in London, where one of these attacks is taking place. Psylocke is at ground zero, and sends out sort of a psychic distress call to anyone nearby who might be able to help. A group of X-Men arrives to see what they can do…and we’re off.

Spider-Man: Reign is a four-issue comic book limited series featuring Spider-Man , written and illustrated by Kaare Andrews and published by Marvel Comics . Set 30 years into Spider-Man's future, in Earth-70237 , it features a retired Spider-Man who returns to combat the injustices of a vastly different New York City .

On December 12, 2006, Marvel announced that issue #1 had sold out through Diamond Comic Distributors and that a second printing would be released. [1]

The series has been compared to The Dark Knight Returns , a comparison which Marvel has also quoted when promoting Reign . [1] As well as the thematic similarities between the two stories, both of which revisit aged heroes after the end of their careers, The Dark Knight Returns is also acknowledged within the pages of Reign by the inclusion of a character named Miller Janson (the name reflects Dark Knight Returns creators Frank Miller and Klaus Janson ).

Жизнь других (2006)
# 58 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Jennifer Lawrence »
# 39 on STARmeter

When New York is put under siege by Oscorp, it is up to Spider-Man to save the city he swore to protect as well as his loved ones.


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