Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Exclusive: Stan "The Man" Lee!!

Source: Edward Douglas

February 28, 2007

Last weekend, Stan Lee returned to New York City, the place where he created some of his most memorable comic book characters, to attend the 2nd Annual New York Comic Con. He was there for two reasons: to promote his new line of animated DVDs through his company POW! (Purveyors of Wonder) Entertainment and to look for potential contestants for the second season of his SCI FI Channel reality show "Who Wants to be a Superhero?"

In this brief interview with Superhero Hype!, it was obvious that "The Man" hasn't lost a step as he continues to make cameo appearances in movies based on his creations--he gave us a few tidbits on what to expect from his upcoming cameos in Spider-Man 3 and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer--as well as creating characters like Mosaic and The Condor for a series of DVD live-action and animated films. (Before the interview, I'd been talking with a colleague and noted how much of everything going on in comic books and movies today could be attributed back to Lee in some way or form, something which is even more obvious when in a place like Comic Con.)

Superhero Hype!: Welcome back to New York. Is this your first convention here in some time?

Stan Lee: The last convention I was here was when I did a cameo for the "Spider-Man" movie some months ago and before that, it was a long time ago, I don't get a chance to get here often, so I'm very pleased to be here now.

SHH!: And you have two movies of your own that you're presenting, "Mosaic" and "Condor." What's your involvement with those and how closely are you associated with them? You create the characters?

Lee: You said it perfectly. My involvement is creating the characters. I come up with the basic concept for the characters and the story and then I find a script writer to write it, and I sort of collaborate in the sense that after he writes it, I go over it, we edit it together and then we go ahead and produce it. So the first one we have is called "Mosaic," a female with superpowers. She's a teenage actress but she gets involved in having saved the world, which puts off her acting career for a little while. The other one is a Hispanic hero called The Condor, who kind of resents that his parents speak with a Spanish accent and he has these personal problems, but by the end of the story, after he too has saved the world with his superpower, he decides rather than "The Condor," he'd rather be called "El Condor" because he has seen the light.

SHH!: I love the logo of "Mosaic" but I'm surprised that we don't actually see her in any of the posters.

Lee: You gotta see it in order to see it.

SHH!: Who did you get to write the scripts for those?

Lee: Scott Lobdell [former "X-Men" writer] wrote "Mosaic" and Marv Wolfman wrote "El Condor." Wolfman had worked with me for years at Marvel and so had Scott Lobdell.

SHH!: So does "Who Wants to be a Superhero?" tie into these animated movies?

Lee: No, that's an entirely separate thing. That's produced by POW! Entertainment in conjunction with Bruce Nash Entertainment. Last year, we had six episodes on SCI FI, and this year we have eight. Next year we'll probably have a dozen and after that, a hundred. We're hoping that every season we'll do more.

SHH!: But every season concludes with a winner?

Lee: That's right, every season we find a winner.

SHH!: Do you look at every single person that auditions?

Lee: No, I don't, but what they're doing all over the country they're having auditions and putting them on tape and at some point, they'll gather all the tapes together and we'll sit in a room with the people from the network and the production company. We'll look at all the tapes and then we'll decide who we want.

SHH!: How is New York stacking up so far? You've had a lot of New York superheroes in your comics, so there must be some winners here.

Lee: There were some very interesting ones in New York, I must tell you.

SHH!: Well, there are certainly a lot of mutants in the subways.

Lee: (laughs) Yeah, right.

SHH!: Are you still interested in writing comics at all?

Lee: I write an occasional comic when they ask me to, but not on a regular basis.

SHH!: With "Who Wants to be a Superhero?" the winner basically gets a comic book based on their character?

Lee: I've written a comic book about the winner of the first episodes, a fella named Feedback, and the book will be finished I guess in a few weeks, it's at the printer now. Dark Horse is publishing it.

SHH!: Is it important to find a character that will be popular enough to sell comics? In other words, what do you look for in a superhero?

Lee: Well, this was a prize. The winner was supposed to get his own comic book, it was something we had to do, but naturally, I hope the comic book will become popular and they'll do more of them.

SHH!: And what happens to the contestant once they become a superhero? Do they have to go around the country making appearances like Miss America?

Lee: He's been doing that. I don't know what he actually has to do, but he has been doing it and seems to be enjoying it.

SHH!: In the last few years, you've become a bit of a movie star, making cameos in Marvel movies like "Spider-Man," "Daredevil," and "X-Men," so did that give you the bug to do more movie stuff?

Lee: The only problem I have is my name isn't yet above the title, but I'm working on it.

SHH!: You probably will have to get into the directing game in order for that to happen.

Lee: No, I'm the one person in the world who has never said "I'd like to direct," because whenever I'm on a movie set and I see the work the director has to do, I don't find the work as difficult, but I think the standing around and having to shoot a scene over again and over again and over, and from a different angle and wait while the lighting is changed. I'm too impatient. I couldn't do it.

SHH!: Some of the best directors know the best people to hire who can do all that stuff, so they can just call "action" and "cut."

Lee: But he still has to be there while the lighting is being changed.

SHH!: Is there any character you've created that you'd like to be see made into a movie that hasn't quite happened yet?

Lee: They're all being made. Every one of them are in the works at Marvel, believe it or not, just about every one.

SHH!: Do you deal with the Arads on a regular basis to keep in touch with what's going on?

Lee: No, I'm not involved in the movies, but they tell me what they're doing so I know which ones they're doing.

SHH!: One of your most beloved cameos was when you showed up as postman Willie Lumpkin in "Fantastic Four."

Lee: Oh, yeah.

SHH!: Are you going to be in the upcoming movie as well?

Lee: Yes, I have even a better cameo in the new one. I'm not Willie Lumpkin, but I can't tell you what it is, but it's very funny and I have a few lines of dialogue. They call me by name, "Stan Lee." You'll see it, and I have a good one in "Spider-Man 3" also where I actually talk to Peter Parker, say a few words to him. I enjoy doing those cameos.

SHH!: I can imagine. I still remember your appearance in "Mallrats" which was quite a long time ago.

Lee: That was a long time ago.

SHH!: Have you had a chance to see the Silver Surfer yet?

Lee: I've seen it in a trailer, and it looks great. And they showed it to me when I was doing my cameo for the movie. He's going to be fantastic.

SHH!: That must be amazing to have a character with such a great visual look as good as it does in motion.

Lee: Yes, yes.

SHH!: Of all the characters you've created over the years, how exciting is it seeing them come to life on the screen in these big movies? What goes through your mind when sitting in the theatre and you first see Spider-Man or the Fantastic Four on screen?

Lee: Well, I'd like to give you a wonderfully clever answer, but all I can say is that it feels great!

SHH!: With these characters you've created so long ago, how personal are they to you? Do you still try to keep in touch with how they're being used in comics or movies?

Lee: No, I have to let them go. Once another writer takes over something you've done, that other writer wants to put his own imprimatur on it, you can't stop him. If I took over James Bond or Sherlock Holmes or Tarzan or whatever, I'd want to make some changes just as a matter of pride. I wouldn't want to feel like I'm copying what the other guy did, and I understand that. So every writer makes his little changes and I've learned to live with it.

SHH!: At this point, what would you consider the pinnacle of your career?

Lee: Being interviewed by you.

SHH!: Well, that's very kind, but more like something you've done in your career that whenever you end up at the Pearly Gates, you can just say one thing and that'll be enough to get you in.

Lee: I guess to the world at large, anybody who cares about it, they'd say "Spider-Man." I don't think about it. It's not something I dwell on so I don't know. I think every day is a new peak, I just love what I'm doing and each thing I do will be very successful and be the next Spider-Man.

SHH!: Thanks for talking to us, Stan.

Lee: Well, that was painless.

Mosaic is out now on DVD and The Condor will be available in March. Season 2 of Who Wants to be a Super-Hero? is scheduled to air on the SCI FI Channel in July.

Stan Lee photo by Bradley Balfour of

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Spider-Man 3 Sneak Peek on Heroes

Watch Heroes March 5th for an exclusive Spider-Man 3 clip. Then go to for an extended clip in High Definition. Click here to find out more.

Monday, February 26, 2007

Spider-Man 3 The Game Preview

Source: Anne Neumann

February 26, 2007

Coinciding with the theatrical release of Spider-Man 3 on May 4, 2007, Activision will launch its 8th "Spider-Man" game. The offering will bring game-play and movie experiences together with some new options not found in previous incarnations.

Chris Archer, the game's executive producer, who has been working on "Spider-Man" for years, explains, "We designed the game around the idea that we really wanted to give the player ultimate freedom, and it's really difficult. We also wanted to give the player the cinematic experiences, but then it's not playable. So what we did was we made this free open environment where you choose what you want to do and then we brought in these movie-like moments and made them playable, which is a really fun thing."

Sprinkled throughout are "epic cinematic moments" where you can play through an actual movie scenario. Across the board, the game draws heavily on the movie cinematography accompanied by a rousing soundtrack unique to the game.

Players will now have several options on how to play. Feel like swinging around Manhattan just for kicks? That's cool. Or you could choose to face many a nemesis: New Goblin, Sandman, Venom or several other non-movie villains whose identities are currently under wraps. Further, you can choose to fight as faithful Spider-Man, his alter ego Peter Parker or as the new darker, angrier, more powerful Black Suit Spidey.

Activision has provided Superhero Hype! with 10 new screenshots from the game, which you can view below. The game's official website has also been updated so that members of "Spidey's Web" can download a news widget which allows fans to get news updates sent to their desktops. Fans can sign-up for "Spidey's Web" through February 27, after that it will be open to only those who pre-order.

Spider-Man 3 The Game will be available on eight platforms: DS, GBA, PS2, PS3, PC, PSP, Wii, and Xbox 360.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Spider-Man 2.1 Trailer

On the official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board I've found a link to the Spider-Man 2.1 trailer. Now you may view it here.

Special thanks to clank104 from the Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board for the heads up, and vportiz from YouTube for the trailer.

Friday, February 23, 2007

Spider-Man themed AIM pages

Network members can now create their own "Spider-Man" fan profiles using AOL AIM Pages.

Spider-Man 3 AIM Pages are preloaded with modules including:

  • A Countdown Clock to opening weekend
  • A Video Gallery automatically updated with the latest videos
  • And a Fan Favorites Module featuring your favorite "Spider-Man" Movie moments
  • A News and Alerts Widget that let's you keep your finger on the pulse of all the Network and the movie

Log into the network to find out more.
And don't forget to add the Spider-Man Movie Network as one of you AIM page buddies! Visit the Spider-Man Movie Network AIM page.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

New Goblin Playable on the PS3

On the official Spider-Man 3: The Game website announced that on the PS3's "Spider-Man 3: Collector's Edition" you can play as an entirely different character who is called NEW GOBLIN, which is Harry Osborn of course. Similar to the first game but with the free roaming to go anywhere in New York City this time I think it will be awesome playing as him. Click on the title (New Goblin Playable on the PS3) for more information, see ya.

James Acheson on Sandman

A new video has been posted onto the official Spider-Man 3 blog.

Here it is:

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

6 New Fanmade Posters by bds23420

From the Official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board I found 4 new awesome fanmade posters by bds23420. All the same but with different backgrounds. (Click on the images to enlarge)

And here's a different one he made that I found on the site as well.

Special thanks to bds23420 from the Official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board for the fanmade posters.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Spider-Man Presenting an Oscar

Source: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

February 19, 2007

Tobey Maguire ("Spider-Man" films), Anne Hathaway and Jack Black have been tapped to be presenters at the 79th Academy Awards, telecast producer Laura Ziskin announced today.

They will join fellow actors Ben Affleck, Cate Blanchett, Abigail Breslin, Steve Carell, George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Kirsten Dunst, Will Ferrell, Eva Green, Tom Hanks, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jaden Christopher Syre Smith, Rachel Weisz, Kate Winslet and Reese Witherspoon as presenters.

Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2006 will be presented on Sunday, February 25, 2007, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®.

The Oscars® will be televised live by the ABC Television Network at 5 p.m. PST (8 p.m. EST), beginning with a half-hour red carpet arrivals segment, "The Road to the Oscars."

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Fanmade Poster by bds23420

From the Official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board, a member named bds23420 made a poster and I want to show it to y'all here at the blog. (Click on image to enlage)

If you notice on both eyes shows New Goblin (James Franco) on one side and Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) on the other.

Special thanks to bds23420 from the Official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board for the fanmade poster.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

GreenieGobbie's Spider-Man Forum

I just started a new forum for all of you Spider-Fans to talk and hang out.

You can click "GreenieGobbie's Spider-Man Forum" or here to visit the site. And please join it too. Thanks, see ya.

Friday, February 16, 2007

Spider-Man 3 Game Interview

I found this interview on the official Spider-Man movie message board and would like to show it to y'all here, in case you haven't seen it yet.

Click here for the interview.

Special thanks to BLACK-SPIDEY from the Official Spider-Man Movie Network Message Board.

First Look at the Spider-Man 3 Game

Click "First Look at the Spider-Man 3 Game" for more info.

Special thanks to Gamespot, and Kal1138 from YouTube.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Ice Launces Spider-Man 3 Sweepstakes

You can win his and hers rings on the Spider-Man 3 sweepstakes. For more information click "Ice Launces Spider-Man 3 Sweepstakes".

Kirsten Dunst to Present an Oscar

Source: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

February 15, 2007

Tom Cruise, Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst and Ben Affleck will be presenters for the 79th Academy Awards, telecast producer Laura Ziskin announced today.

Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2006 will be presented on Sunday, February 25, 2007, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®.

The Oscars® will be televised live by the ABC Television Network at 5 p.m. PST (8 p.m. EST), beginning with a half-hour red carpet arrivals segment, "The Road to the Oscars."

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

New Layout

I got the layout from the official Spider-Man movie site. Looks awesome, don't you think? Well that is all need to be said, comment here about the new layout.

Sideshow Collectibles' Spider-Man 3 Statues!

Source:Edward Douglas

February 13, 2007

Sideshow Collectibles had an impressive line of Spider-Man 3-related busts and models on display at Toy Fair 2007. These included cool Spider-Man and Venom mini-busts which will retail for $45 when they become available in the 2nd Quarter of '07, an even wilder posed Venom statue that will be available in the 3rd Quarter for roughly $190 and a giant Symbiote Spider-Man Bust that will also be available in the 3rd Quarter for twice that amount.

Sideshow will also release caricature-like VCD statues of Spider-Man, Venom and the Black-Suit Spider-Man in the 2nd Quarter of '07, while Medicom Toy's Real Action Heroe will offer 12" figures of all three characters as well.

You can see pictures of Sideshow's Spider-Man display including close-ups of all these items in our gallery.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Are You a Face of the Spidey Fan?

Source:Sony Pictures

February 12, 2007

Sony Pictures just made the following announcement regarding the Spider-Man Movie Network:

Do you have what it takes to become the Face of the Fan?

We're looking for two true Spider-Man fans to become official hosts for the Spider-Man Movie Network. The hosts will deliver the latest Spider-Man movie news and assignments to Network members via video messages (which means that you will have the inside scoop on everything that's going on) So, if you are ready to share your excitement about the Spider-Man Movie Network, then you are ready to become the Face of the Fan.

You can get started here.

Spider-Man 3 Wii Includes Two Bonus Villians

On the Nintendo Wii version of the Spider-Man 3 video game has two bonus villains in it: Morbius and Shriek. For more info on the upcoming game click here to visit the official web site.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Pics of Hasbro's Spider-Man 3 Toys

I found this at (Click on image to enlarge)

For more pics of all the Hasbro's Spider-Man 3 action figures/toys, click on the link below.

Special thanks to

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Hasbro Spins a Web of Spidey Toys for 2007

Source:Hasbro, Inc.

February 10, 2007

Hasbro, Inc. released the following announcement today about the company's upcoming Spider-Man products:

Everybody's favorite friendly neighborhood SPIDER-MAN will be swinging back into theaters on May 4, 2007, in Columbia Pictures SPIDER-MAN 3, amid a web of anticipation and excitement among Super Hero fans worldwide. To whet appetites and to spin a web of enthusiasm for the latest Spider-Man adventure, Hasbro will launch its new line of SPIDER-MAN 3 and SPIDER-MAN classic toys, games and collectibles in stores on March 24, 2007.

The antics of Peter Parker's alter-ego are the basis of a pop-culture phenomenon that has ruled the comic book world for more than four decades. SPIDER-MAN has made countless appearances on television and on the silver screen, with the first two movies in the franchise ranking among the top 20 highest grossing movies worldwide of all-time! With all this fame, it's no surprise that SPIDER-MAN has become an important piece of pop culture and the most recognizable Super Hero in the MARVEL universe.

Celebrating all that is SPIDER-MAN, Hasbro will introduce new toys and games based on the classic Super Hero as well as product inspired by the upcoming movie. The product offering includes something for everyone – from movie action figures perfect for any collection, to the web inspired SPI-DOG™ interactive music player, to a DELUXE SPINNING WEB BLASTER, which is the ultimate accessory in arachnid Super Hero role play.

SPIDER-MAN 3 products


(Approximate retail price: $24.99, refills: $5.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: March 24, 2007)

Now web-slinging action isn't just for SPIDER-MAN! Hasbro delivers the most realistic web-slinging experience ever with the DELUXE SPINNING WEB BLASTER. The amazing web blaster creates spiral webs with special web fluid. The blaster can also blast water. Included is one can of web fluid, with refills.


(Approximate retail price: $7.99; Ages: 4 & up; Available: March 24, 2007)

On March 24, 2007, Hasbro will launch a line of action figures based on the highly anticipated Sony Pictures feature film, SPIDER-MAN 3, due out May 4, 2007. The cornerstone of the line is basic action figures which give kids and collectors the figures they need to recreate the most exciting scenes from the movie. A total of 28 figures will be released in 2007, including all the movie villains and a variety of SPIDER-MAN figures with different powers, such as SPIDER-MAN with Web-Launcher, SPIDER-MAN with Battle Action and SPIDER-MAN Web Spin Attack.


(Approximate retail price: $14.99; Ages: 4 & up; Available: March 24, 2007)

The new SPIDER-MAN 3 OOZE ATTACK action figures introduces a new way for boys to enjoy playing with action figures – with goopy ooze! Each new figure has an accessory that will leak ooze, creating a fun and slimy battlefield for SPIDER-MAN. Each pack includes one figure, 2 ounces of slime, one slime container, and battle figures and accessories. The line includes SPIDER-MAN Shoot ‘n Punch and VENOM with Jaw Trap.


(Approximate retail price: $5.99; Ages: 3 & up; Available: March 24, 2007)

Younger fans can enjoy the magic of the SPIDER-MAN 3 movie with a line of Super Hero action figures just for them! Even the youngest fans can collect their favorite characters with the new SPIDER-MAN SUPERHERO SQUAD action figures. With a unique style appealing to fans of all ages and a design that works for smaller hands, each exciting pack includes one SPIDER-MAN figures plus a villain from the movie!


(Approximate retail price: $29.99; Ages: 6 & up; Available: Fall 2007)

This fall, fans can take the battle of SPIDER-MAN versus VENOM to their own backyard with the fun and power of NERF. This movie-theme SPIDER-MAN VERSUS VENOM Tech Blaster is a complete battle set. The dart tag set provides all the gear needed for a battle right out of the box. Each comes with a full set of battle vision gear, a wrist battle blaster, vest and NERF darts.

Other SPIDER-MAN products available in 2007


(Approximate Retail Price: $9.99; Ages: 2 & Up; Available: March 24, 2007)

Everyone's favorite potato wants to be America's favorite super hero! MR. POTATO HEAD, the iconic face-changing potato friend for kids, becomes the web-slinging hero, SPIDER SPUD, in a super hero make over. Kids will be able to have all kinds of mix 'n match fun with this wacky spud dressed as SPIDER-MAN. SPIDER SPUD comes with potato body plus 12 mix ‘n match parts, including ears, eyes, nose and glasses, for a quick change back to Peter Parker Potato.


(Approximate retail price: $34.99; Ages 8 & up; Available: March 24, 2007)

Continuing the blockbuster success of the I-DOG Interactive Music Companion – the little dog with big sound, Tiger Electronics introduces SPI-DOG Interactive Music Companion. SPI-DOG is styled to look like SPIDER-MAN and will move and groove to any music he hears! Plug SPI-DOG into your music system (not included) and you'll hear your tunes through his built in speaker. As the music plays his face will display light patterns and his head and ears will dance along! Catch SPI-DOG in a musical web adventure! SPI-DOG is compatible with most music players. Two AA batteries are required, but are not included.


(Approximate Retail Price: $29.99; Ages: 18 Months to 3 years; Available: March 24, 2007)

Spider-Man, a hero that both moms and kids love, switches from your child's daytime pal to his or her nighttime pal. In the daytime mode, soft and cuddly SUPER PAL SPIDER-MAN says fun phrases when you press his chest and makes web-slinging sounds when you squeeze his hand. When it's bedtime, switch to nighttime mode and SUPER PAL SPIDER-MAN will "fall asleep" next to you as he cuddles with his web blankie. (The volume is also adjustable for quiet time!)


(Approximate retail price: $34.99; Ages: 5 & up; Available: Fall 2007)

The ULTIMATE WEB BLASTER allows role playing SPIDER-MAN fans the opportunity to choose how they will blast their opponents. It is really five blasters in one! Kids can choose between water, web fluid, projectile launcher or foam dart blaster! The amazing web blaster creates spiral webs with special web fluid. Included is one can of web fluid. Refills are also available.

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Doom! Goblin! Venom!

I've recieved an email from and showed a webpage from Here are the pictures from the page. (Click on images to enlarge)

And since this site is only about Spider-Man I will show you something off-topic. This picture is Dr. Doom's new design for the upcoming Fantastic Four sequel "RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER", coming into theatres June 15th.

Special thanks to, and for the pics.

Monday, February 5, 2007

Hasbro at the New York Toy Fair

Source:Hasbro, Inc.

February 5, 2007

Hasbro has sent out a press release talking about all that the company will present at New York's annual American International Toy Fair (February 11-14). Here are the Spider-Man 3 and Transformers items:


Our world will be changed forever on July 4 when an alien race of robots make Earth their final battleground in DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures' live-action feature film TRANSFORMERS. Fans of all ages will witness the legendary struggle of the AUTOBOTS versus the DECEPTICONS, which has captivated kids and kids at heart since it was first introduced to the world in 1984. The OPTIMUS PRIME VOICE CHANGER HELMET allows kids to "become" the AUTOBOTS leader hero, OPTIMUS PRIME, and sound like a TRANSFORMERS robot for the first time! The OPTIMUS PRIME VOICE CHANGER HELMET features 3 modes: VOICE CHANGER: Make your voice sound like a robot; BATTLE PHRASES: OPTIMUS PRIME speaks iconic phrases; CONVERSION SOUNDS: Hear OPTIMUS PRIME change from a truck to a robot and back! (Approximate retail price $29.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: June 2007)


Columbia Pictures' Spider-Man(TM) 3 reunites the cast and filmmakers from the first two blockbuster adventures for a web of secrets, vengeance, love, and forgiveness that will transport worldwide audiences to thrilling new heights on May 4, 2007. For kids who love to pretend they are Peter Parkers alter ego, Hasbro delivers the most realistic web-slinging experience ever with the DELUXE SPINNING WEB BLASTER. The amazing web blaster creates spiral webs with special web fluid. The blaster can also blast water. Included is one can of web fluid, with refills available separately. (Approximate retail price $24.99, refills $5.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: Spring 2007)

Spider-Man 3 hits theaters on May 4 and Transformers on July 4.

Sunday, February 4, 2007

FirstLook's Spider-Man 3 Preview!

Well since the video on National CineMedia's FirstLook preview doesn't work for some people I will show you the video from YouTube.

Special thanks to, farzaam3 from YouTube, and Halloween Halpin.

Friday, February 2, 2007

Spider-Man 2.1 DVD Artwork

Here's two pics of Spider-Man 2.1, which is releasing onto DVD Apr. 17th.

Click on the images to enlarge. Special thanks to,, and Patrick Mirza (check out the "[Link]" below).