The Memoirs of Dork Geekus

Frequent flights of geekery with flavors of what currently caught my interest

jakewyattriot:

Okay, last SpiderVerse post. It’s out today, and I just wanted y’all to see Ian’s colors on the exosuit, and get a look at our very own spider-girl/mech-pilot, Peni Parker.

Enjoy!

-Jake

alexhchung:

J. Scott Campbell sketches from Spider-Man: Coming Home

alexhchung:

J. Scott Campbell sketches from Spider-Man: Coming Home

comicsalliance:

SPIDER-WOMEN & WOMEN OF MARVEL: ‘SPIDER-GWEN’ AND ‘SILK’ CONFIRMED; G. WILLOW WILSON TAKES OVER ‘X-MEN’ [NYCC]
By Andrew Wheeler
The news of a Spider-Gwen series broke Friday at New York Comic-Con, but with a few details missing. Thanks to Marvel’s Spider-Verse panel on Sunday we now have confirmation; the book will be ongoing, it will be called Spider-Gwen, and the Edge Of Spider-Verse #2 team of Jason LaTour, Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi will indeed all return.
The same panel also confirmed an ongoing series for another spider-woman, Silk, a recently introduced character who was bitten by the same radioactive spider that gave Peter Parker his powers back in Amazing Fantasy #15. Silk will be written by Supernatural TV writer Robbie Thompson and illustrated by New Warriors cover artist Stacey Lee. And on the subject of books with female leads, earlier in the day at the Women of Marvel panel, Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson was announced as the new writer on the all-female X-Men series.
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comicsalliance:

SPIDER-WOMEN & WOMEN OF MARVEL: ‘SPIDER-GWEN’ AND ‘SILK’ CONFIRMED; G. WILLOW WILSON TAKES OVER ‘X-MEN’ [NYCC]

By Andrew Wheeler

The news of a Spider-Gwen series broke Friday at New York Comic-Con, but with a few details missing. Thanks to Marvel’s Spider-Verse panel on Sunday we now have confirmation; the book will be ongoing, it will be called Spider-Gwen, and the Edge Of Spider-Verse #2 team of Jason LaTour, Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi will indeed all return.

The same panel also confirmed an ongoing series for another spider-woman, Silk, a recently introduced character who was bitten by the same radioactive spider that gave Peter Parker his powers back in Amazing Fantasy #15. Silk will be written by Supernatural TV writer Robbie Thompson and illustrated by New Warriors cover artist Stacey Lee. And on the subject of books with female leads, earlier in the day at the Women of Marvel panel, Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson was announced as the new writer on the all-female X-Men series.

READ MORE