This week, New to Comics returns with Last Legs, the story from The Amazing Spider-Man #600, which marks a turning point for Doctor Octopus, and the changes within, in turn, would go on to influence the super-villain’s portrayal in the new Spider-Man game.
PS4’s Spider-Man has been played, reviewed and completed. So now it’s time to look at some comic-books you may want to check out if you loved swinging around New York City and dug the story behind Marvel’s newest game.
This week we’re looking at volume two of Ultimate Spider-Man, in which Spider-Man fights the Kingpin.
While some wish to save the world, others just want to watch it burn. Here, New to Comics has collected an assortment of character bios on those such characters.
Updated: Doctor Octopus (26/10/18)
Having completed Marvel’s Spider-Man and earned the Platinum ‘Be Greater’ Trophy, I delve a little deeper into the various facets of the game.
I love Spider-Man. He’s my favourite super-hero. So when it became obvious I wouldn’t be able to resist the draw of his new game, I traded in my Xbox for a PlayStation, hoping to try my hand at some of their exclusive titles. But with the game in hand, why not look at the comics that feed into this fantastic game?
With some borrowed content from EmrysMoungabio.com, New to Comics presents our next theme, Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 – starting with a review of the game itself!
While this comic lacks the multiversal stakes of most DC crossovers, it does mirror Marvel’s Civil War in many respects. It examines the cost of doing something for the greater good, the true nature of heroism and the importance of the secret identity. So this week, the spotlight is on the Elongated Man, in DC’s Identity Crisis.
Mark Millar was a pretty hot commodity at Marvel during the 2000s, so this week, we’re returning to look at some more of his work. You’ll know the basic story from the hit 2016 film. It’s Avenger vs. Avenger. Friend vs. Friend. Captain America vs. Iron Man. It’s Marvel’s Civil War.