What defines Spider-Man? Is it his special powers? His great responsibilities? His Jenga prowess? No, true believers. Spider-Man's most definitive trait is his witty banter, and double the Spider-Man means double the snappy patter right? Thank goodness Edge of Time had Peter David.
In Spider-Man: Edge of Time the whole of reality is warped into something darker and more sinister, all because of the death of one Peter Parker. We're in charge of making sure it doesn't happen again.
When everyone else is busying themselves with Rage, Dark Souls, or Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove 3D, I'll be taking Spider-Man: Edge of Time for a spin to see if two spiders are better than four. Here's what that might look like.
Spider-Man: Edge of Time hits stores tomorrow, bringing the worlds of the Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099 clashing together violently. Then the kicking starts.
Hitting comic book store shelves today, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1 introduces the world to Miles Morales, the African America / Latino replacement for the deceased Peter Parker, and while you can't play him in Spider-Man: Edge of Time you can definitely dress like him.
To a generation of Spidey fans, Christopher Daniel Barnes is the voice of Peter Parker. To a generation of Disney fans, he's better known as Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid.
Why do we have freaky giraffe-necked Andrew Garfield playing Spider-Man in the 2012 film reboot when the voice of Spider-Man from the cartoons and games looks this good?
I know Spider-Man's on-again, off-again lust interest is supposed to have bad luck powers, but with Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff voicing the 2099 version of the Black Cat, I can't help but feel like my luck's taken a turn for the better.
When film legend Val Kilmer sinks his teeth into the role of the main villain in Spider-Man: Edge of Time, someone's got to die.
Clark Kent's Kryptonian cousin Laura Vandervoort crosses the DC / Marvel line this October in Spider-Man: Edge of Time, trading her Supergirl undies for the damsel-in-distress role of Mary Jane Watson.
With two Marvel superhero video games coming from Activision this fall, GameStop ransacks comic book continuity for fresh outfits to provide preorder customers of X-Men: Destiny and Spider-Man: Edge of Time.
Spider-Man: Edge of Time is Activision's attempt to turn the Spider-Man license into an annualized franchise. This is not a good thing, and it shows. While there are clear attempts to differentiate the two games, it's impossible to ignore how many elements of the game are identical.
The latest Spider-Man: Edge of Time trailer not only features some gameplay, but it also features boss character Anti-Venom.
In order to help the Amazing Spider-Man save the future, Spider-Man 2099 has to save the past. That's the kind of convoluted story you get when you start messing with temporal physics, but who cares when it looks this good?
Developer Beenox and Activision cross continuities again in Spider-Man: Edge of Time, a time-hopping adventure that's one part Amazing Spider-Man, one part Spider-Man 2099.