Spider-Man first swung into the imaginations of comic book readers more than 50 years ago in the pages of "Amazing Fantasy" No. 15. The character soon became Marvel's icon of the Silver Age, appearing not only in comics but on television, video games and even migrating to Broadway.
Now, he's poised for new life on the big screen - and he's under new management. Under a deal revealed Monday, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will have an opportunity to reframe the iconic character, bringing Spidey into Marvel's blockbuster cinematic universe before the hero goes spinning bac...
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