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You know the drill, this is the page all about the current ongoings of the Spider-Books. Check Out Spider-Man: The Movie, for updates on Spidey's Big-Screen Debut, and click here for Upcoming Comics.

Images from MTV's Spider-Man:
(November 8th)
Here's a couple of images from the upcoming Spider-Man animated series, set to air on MTV in early 2003. The images were taken from a brief preview included on the VHS release of Spider-Man, the movie.

Featured are Spider-Man and Peter Parker (to be performed by Neil Patrick Harris), Mary Jane (Lisa Loeb), and Harry Osborn (Ian Ziering). Curiously, Harry Osborn has blonde hair in the preview.

MTV's Spider-Man MTV's Peter Parker
MTV's Mary Jane MTV's Harry Osborn

For more on MTV's upcoming Spider-Man series, check out it's page in the Cartoon Section.

 

Spidey News Recap:
(September 18th)
Jeez, an awful lot has happened while I've been away (as school and a job will often do). Just to recap for all you amazing Spidey fans out there, here's what's happened:

Spider-Man the movie broke all sorts of records, including the box office gross for a non-holiday weekend gross (in the neighbourhood of 115 million dollars). After staying in the top ten for the next few months, Spidey left theaters with a gross of over 400 million dollars, enough to start buzz on the sequel, which won't even hit theaters until 2004. Stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst, two of Hollywood's hardest working young stars achieved "over-night" fame with this, and had their faces plastered on everything from Time Magazine to Tiger Beat.

Free Comic Book Day brought all sorts of news readers in to comic stores on May 4th, as exclusive copies of Ultimate Spider-Man #1, Justice League #1, Tomb Raider #1/2 and a Special Star Wars issue were given away to fans and visitors. Other special issues like the 13 cent issue of Gen 13, and the nine cent Fantastic Four #60, have helped to spread the word, and share the wealth.

Writer/Director Kevin Smith has his sights set on Spidey. In addition to his mini-series Spider-Man and the Black Cat, Smith will take over the writing chores on the Amazing Spider-Man early next year. The art team will be his SM/BC conspirators, Terry and Rachel Dodson. The current team of J. Michael Straczynski, John Romita jr. and Scott Hanna will move onto an all-new title to be launched when Smith and company take over Amazing. In addition to the Amazing Spidey turn-around, the Peter Parker: Spider-Man creative team of Paul Jenkins, Humberto Ramos and Wayne Faucher will move onto an all-new title when PP:SM bows early next year.
Rumor has it the new title will be a relaunch of Spectacular Spider-Man, the Spidey title that ran from 1975 through 1998.

Now we're all up to date!

 

Spidey Headlines USA Weekend Magazine:
(April 26th)
USA Weekend Magazine Here's the scoop on the upcoming, Spidey-centric issue of USA Weekend:

As you know on May 3, 2002, Spider-Man will finally hit theaters nationwide. To celebrate its debut, the May 3-5 issue of USA WEEKEND Magazine will contain an exclusive Spider-Man collectible poster. The poster is signed by Stan Lee, Spider-Man's creator; Sam Raimi, the movie's director; and the film's stars, Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst,Willem Dafoe and James Franco. It features Spider-Man heading into an intense battle.

Tobey Maguire relates to Peter Parker: "Here's a very normal young man, Peter Parker, who goes from being unpopular, intelligent and awkward around girls to a superhero. The responsibility, the loneliness, the sacrifices. I went through some of these themes in my life."

Toby on his own super powers: "Our greatest power is the power of what we do. Like Peter, our actions have consequences. What do we do to enrich our lives and the lives of those around us? I try to make the estimable choice, but I struggle with that daily."

So what're you waiting for? Pick it up on newstands today!

 

Spider-Man / Kelloggs Promotional Info:
(April 26th)
This May, America’s favorite web-weaving super-hero won’t be limiting his appearance to the silver screen. Kellogg (NYSE:K) brings the excitement of Sony/Columbia Pictures’ “Spider-Man” the movie to breakfast tables nationwide by introducing limited edition Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Toasted Oat Cereal and Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® toaster pastries, along with fun promotional offers.

Available at supermarket and grocery stores nationwide while supplies last, Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Cereal and Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® represent the first-ever Spider-Man-themed breakfast food. The month-long promotion, in conjunction with the release of Sony/Columbia Pictures’ “Spider-Man” the movie in theaters nationwide on May 3, involves a total of 11 Kellogg’s product lines, including Pop-Tarts®, Eggo® Waffles, Rice Krispies®, Cocoa Rice Krispies®, Rice Krispies Treats® Cereal, Smacks®, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes®, Apple Jacks®, Corn Pops® and Froot Loops®.

The Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ promotion features the following products and offers: Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Toasted Oat Cereal New Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Toasted Oat Cereal contains Spidey-berry (wild berry) fruit flavored toasted oats and is packaged in a specially designed box featuring the Spider-Man story along with Spider-Man movie trivia. Available in supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide while supplies last, the limited edition cereal is low fat, provides 11 essential vitamins and minerals, and is an important part of a balanced breakfast.

Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® Toaster Pastries New Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® Toaster Pastries feature red pastry with Spidey-berry (wild berry) fruit filling topped with web-like frosting. Like the cereal, Kellogg’s® Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® are available only while supplies last in supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide. These limited edition Pop-Tarts® come in a specially designed box featuring Spider-Man movie trivia and a word search. Providing seven essential vitamins and minerals, Spider-Man™ Pop-Tarts® are an important part of a balanced breakfast.

Kellogg and Milk – The Superheroes of Breakfast Kellogg and America’s Dairy Farmers and Milk Processors, sponsors of the got milk?® campaign, join forces for a unique Spider-Man CD-ROM game mail-in offer on more than 34 million Kellogg’s product packages. Consumers who mail in proofs-of-purchase from two participating Kellogg’s products plus two gallons of milk can receive a free Spider-Man CD-ROM game (a $20 value). More information about the Spider-Man CD-ROM game offer and other power-packed news about milk is available at www.whymilk.com.

The Fun Continues with Other Exciting Spider-Man Offers from Kellogg In specially marked boxes of participating Kellogg’s® products, consumers can receive even more fun Spidey stuff, such as four different collectible glow-in-the dark stickers sets, temporary tattoos and a Spider-Man water squirter wristband. Fans will feel like a real hero with their own Spider-Man water squirter wristband, available for a limited time in 25 million specially marked Kellogg’s® products. The water squirter features a wristband and shoots a water stream up to five feet by squeezing on the web-shaped palm-held water reservoir, just like Spider-Man’s web.

Fans can also look like a real hero in their own special edition Spider-Man T-shirt, available exclusively from Kellogg. The T-shirt, available in white or black in adult and youth sizes, captures the look and excitement of everyone’s favorite wall-crawler and can be ordered by mailing $5.99 plus two proofs-of-purchase from specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s® Eggo® Waffles and Kellogg’s® Pop-Tarts® to the address indicated on the box.

For more information, visit Kellogg's web site at http://www.kelloggs.com.

 

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