Animated Spider-Man – Funniest Moments

Animated Spider-Man – Funniest Moments


LORRAINE CINK: We have
got the weirdest wall crawling ’80s moments
from Spider-Man, the animated series. In 1981, that
was a truly magical animated series that webbed
the hearts of many, Spider-Man. From great quips
to strange clips, here are our favorite
weird and wonderful moments from Spider-Man in
his 1981 animated series. My spider sense tells me
this cake isn’t for eating. It’s for throwing! Your cake! I’m sure I’d have gotten
the big bang out of it. Hey, that’s city property! So? I’m a taxpayer. Stairways are for Peter Parker. Spider-Man can take a shortcut. [GROWLING] See you later, alligator. Sir, you on the
ceiling, you can’t board this plane without a ticket. Don’t worry. I promise I won’t
get in the plane. [CLUNK] Sshh. Some days it feels good being
your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. I’ll just use this pipe to– uh-oh. You’re no pipe. I am now master of the world. Look, I don’t care if you’re
master of Melvin’s Supermarket. When real spiders do this,
it’s called ballooning. Hope it throws them off. Look I’m not just a
nut in long johns. I go to college and everything. Hey, I thought you were
standing guard outside. Uh, I’ve got something
to tell-a the kingpin. Oh, yeah, sure. And in sports today– Hey. WOMAN: The picture’s gone. MAN: It’s the antenna. A Spider-Man’s
work is never done. Well, hey, kid’s, pro
tip, shush your chairs, because they’re noisy. Yeah, I don’t want those
chairs talking back to me. I have an exploding
cake, and I’ll use it. Oh, well, listen, that
is just the tip of the web for this amazing show. So tell us some of your favorite
moments with that hashtag, #EarthsMightiestShow. And if you want even more
wonderful, webbed weirdness, go check out Spider-Man, the
animated series from 1981, over on the new
streaming service, Disney+, where you can
also catch tons of other Marvel animated series. Yeah, we’ll see you next time.
I’m Langston. I’m Lorraine. And this is Marvel. Your universe.

How does Ant-Man and The Wasp link to Infinity War? – New Trailer Breakdown


Hi there! This is Jon Lyus from HeyUGuys and today we’re gonna be looking at the new trailer for Ant-Man and Tthe Wasp. Our trailer breakdown is gonna include spoilers for Avengers infinity war so
please if you haven’t seen it yet go and do so! If you have seen it and you want
to find out how we think it’s gonna link with Avengers infinity war and Avengers
4 then watch on. The trailer kicks off with Cassie Lang wondering how long her
father has been Ant-Man again and unless he’s been breaking the rules again it
appears as if he may be doing his shrinking thing at the behest of the
government. After all Avengers Infinity War made it clear that being on the run
proved to be too much of a strain on Scott’s family. So, he made it in with the
government and was put on house arrest; presumably signing the scovia accords
and registering his abilities with the government in the process. Then again
this is Scott we’re talking about it’s just as likely he’s shrunk in his way
out of the ankle tag and is doing what he believes he needs to. We should also
take a moment to point out that there’s no sign of Cassie’s mother or stepfather
here. Is it possible they met with the same fate as the characters Thanos wiped
away with a snap of his fingers in Avengers Infinity War? Perhaps… but this
trailer fails to make it clear exactly when Ant-Man and The Wasp
takes place in relation to that film. So it could be before during or possibly
even after. The opening sequence in this trailer also confirms that Ant-Man is
embracing his newfound Giant-Man powers from Captain America Civil War. If the
man in the car he’s pursuing looks familiar it’s probably because that’s
Walton Goggins the Hateful Eight and Tomb Raider star who will be taking on
the role of the villainous Sonny Birch (a d-list Iron Man villain in the comic
books he’s the new head of cross industries). And like the first movies
yellowjacket it appears as if he has his sights set on Hank Pym’s
technology. That building which rapidly increases in size halfway through the
trailer was spotted in his hands in the teaser a few months back. This trailer
makes it abundantly clear that The Wasp is Ant-Man’s partner not his sidekick and
that’s the way it should be. Of course this is still a departure from the comic
books because the original Ant-Man and Wasp were actually founding Avengers members Hank Pym and his wife Janet Van Dyne. The difference here is that it’s Hanks’ daughter in the suit but as you can see
from that nifty little ship the retired superhero has created,
he’ll be travelling into the quantum realm to find her mother after she was
trapped there during the flashback in the first installment. However it appears
as if disaster struck while he was trying to find his wife because a new
threat has emerged in the form of The Ghost. While Scott’s stole the Ant-Man
suit and did good with it she seemingly has more nefarious plans with the tech
which allows her to phase through solid objects and take. Flight her comic book
counterpart boasts the same abilities but is a man and his main goal is
corporate espionage and hacking because he hates those who were in power and
seemingly control in the world with their wealth. That may sound somewhat
cliched but The Ghost isn’t one to be trifled with as his powers make him a
threat to even here as formidable as Iron Man. So Scott and Hope are clearly
gonna have their work cut out for them based on what we see here. On the plus
side they’ll have some help from Luis and his gang of thieves as it seems
they’ve gone straight and are now charging people for their services.
Either way Hank’s not happy about it but desperate times call for desperate
measures. Our titular heroes on the other hand do seem rather pleased to be
working together and while director Peyton Reed boarded the first movie at
the last minute due to Edgar Wright’s departure he’s
clearly had some time to come up with his own inventive action sequences as is
evident from The Wasp using the giant salt shaker to take down some goons.
There are a lot of size changing shenanigans in this trailer though and
with what looks like one of the most unique car chases we’ve seen in the
Marvel Cinematic Universe highlighted at the end of this trailer it’s clear this
sequel isn’t going to allow itself to be overshadowed by Marvel’s other 2018
offerings. Oh! A one question we’re sure you’re all desperate for an answer to is
why there’s a giant and playing the drums!??! Unfortunately we have no idea but
it’s gonna be a lot of fun finding out! Now what’s the deal with Laurence
Fishburne’s character Bill Foster? Well he’s clearly a former associate of Hanks
and someone who liked his comic book counterpart attempted to take on the
giant man persona as Goliath. Alas it seems Scott has managed to reach whole
new heights (literally) and this character’s role remains something of a
mystery for now. Our bet is that he’s somehow tied to The Ghost and may want
revenge on Hank for something that transpired in their
past. Fishburne however clearly has no qualms about making the leap from the DC
films universe for this movie. And what of Janet Van Dyne? Aside from that brief
glimpse inside the quantum realm she’s nowhere to be seen here, but we know the hero played by Michelle Pfeiffer will have a key role to play in the
proceedings. The question is, will she be suiting up as the wasp again and what
have those years trapped inside an altar dimension done to her? We’ll have to just
wait and see. So that’s our trailer breakdown for this new look at Ant-Man
and The Wasp. I think we’ve got it all pretty much covered but are there things
that you noticed that we haven’t looked at? Or do you have a theory about how
this will all play out when Ant-Man and The Wasp finally launches in cinemas? As
always leave your comments below. Like and subscribe and check back for more
Marvel Cinematic Universe talk.

Old men Hawkeye and Logan, Black Cat joins Marvel’s Spider-Man and more! | Marvel Minute


Happy almost Halloween, my beautiful True
Believers. It’s me Deadpool, just kidding, it’s Ryan Rentals, the rental version of
that other Deadpool. I’m coming to you live from the Marvel clubhouse. It’s not
too shabby around here. They locked me in. But we better get started or you @#$%^&s are gonna tell us this video is too long. We get it. It’s more than a minute, uh, anyway this
week in Marvel Comics there’s nothing with me in it so next…Oh what oh I have
to do this anyway okay. The old men are trying their best. It’s Old Man Hawkeye
#10 and Old Man Logan #50 Yikes that’s a lot of issues there, bub.
Oh and if you thought we wouldn’t talk about Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4 every
week, well, hey you’d be wrong. Spider-Man teams up with the Black Cat
in The Heist, the first DLC story chapter of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never
Sleeps is now available along with the new episode of Just the Facts with J.
Jonah Jameson. I love that dude great moustache, great facts. Elsewhere Marvel
Battle Lines, the strategic card battle game featuring hundreds of iconic Marvel
Super Heroes and super villains is available on mobile devices worldwide
now. Play it nerds! And an X-Men update to Marvel Future Fight with my super best
pals Gambit, whoo, and Nightcrawler, ah, and Sentinel, no, and they’re all there now.
Download it on the App Store and Google Play. And that’s all the time we have for
this week but I’ll see you next time bye forever losers. Deadpool out! It’s not Deadpool, just kidding, it’s me Lorraine.

Spider-Man: Far From Home — Behind the Scenes!


LORRAINE CINK: From Spidey suits
to Tom Holland’s stunts to Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio,
we’re talking “Spider-Man: Far from Home.” Hi, I’m Spider-Man’s aunt Edith. I’m Lorraine. And I’m those tiny
sassy little hairs on Spider-Man’s fingers that let
him climb and stick to stuff, Ryan Penagos. And this “Earth’s
Mightiest Show.” And we are talking
about “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” which
is now available on Blu-ray and digital. First up, check out this
behind the scenes look at how Spider-Man’s many
costumes in the film were brought to life. [MUSIC PLAYING] I’m here with Ryan Meinerding,
head of visual development for Marvel Studios.
Hello, sir. Hello. Let’s get into it. Let’s talk about
Spider-Man: Far from Home.” All right. Spider-Man has I think the
most iconic costume of all time of all Super Heroes across
everything that exists, definitive statement. But let’s talk about the
ones in “Far from Home.” Right. LORRAINE CINK: I have a feeling
I know the inspiration for it. What was your comic
book inspiration for it. RYAN MEINERDING: Well, John
Whitehead had always wanted to reference the Noir costume. But also since this
movie so much about Peter dealing with the hero that he’s
trying to be or supposed to be, having him being given a
costume by Nick Fury essentially to say you could be this
tactical version of Spider-Man is essentially just almost like
a visual representation of him exploring a different
type of hero. And seeing him all in black and
with the flip up tactical eyes was a way of I think doing the
Noir stuff but also keeping a little bit of “Spider-Man
2” with it being fun with the flip up eyes. You know, I think it’s really
interesting because during Dan Slott’s run, he had that
stealth costume that was sort of like the neon piping– RYAN MEINERDING: Ah, yeah. LORRAINE CINK: And
the black suit. Did you ever go
through that iteration, or did you always know you
guys were going full Noir? I mean, I think again
it needed a– usually we’re looking at stuff from the
comics and seeing how it can translate into something that’s
relevant for the story world that we’re trying to make. And looking at the Noir
stuff, it sort of translating a little bit better
into something that felt tactical than the neon stuff– Yeah, it’s not as
stealthy as you would think. It’s not quite stealth
though it’s great. It’s great. Beautiful though. Now you also got to upgrade
Spider-Man a little bit. What were some of his
upgrades for this film? The notion at the end when
Peter has to make his own suit using Tony’s tech
was essentially for me that it’s Peter
becoming the Spider-Man that he needs to be. And part of that
is the idea of him using technology of his own. So the pitch for that
suit was essentially that he would sort of
spin a bunch of webs and then Tony’s technology
would weave it together into the suit, so
the suit was actually supposed to be made from
Peter’s web so essentially to say they’re the strongest
material he has access to and meant to sort of
integrate his technology with Tony’s technology. So the idea is at
the end of that movie was that the suit
was going to be able to do more web-based gags. Are used just like a kid in a
candy shop with these costumes? Totally. I mean, when Kevin Feige came
into my office and said we– you’re going to
work on “Spider-Man” and “Civil War,” it was– I think I let out a
visible like “eep” like it was a very undignified noise. That’s a appropriate Peter
Parker reaction though. [LAUGHS] So if someone wanted to get
into the visual development– I’m not saying I’m
leaving my job but– no, but if someone really
is interested in doing a job like yours, where do
you think people should start? I mean, reading comics
is probably a great place. I love it. Check. Loving comics, loving
comic characters. Drawing, I– you know, I drew– I’ve been drawing since
I was a very small child. I got into doing airbrushing and
sort of more realistic drawing and painting and then design. That sort of understanding
coupled with artistic ability and hard work, you know, I
think you can do– you can get to where you want to go. Thank you so much
for talking with us. You guys, be sure to
download “Spider-Man: Far from Home” now. Oh, man, I love the
Spider-Man Noir references that Ryan talked about in there. Very cool. And I like the idea of the
upgraded costume was actually supposed to be sort of a spun
web idea because it reminds me of in the comics when
Spider-Man loses his costume and has to make like a
little web diaper situation, like a tidy webby. Yeah, a Spidey Dipey. Yeah, I like that,
but I like ultimately for the costume kind of
reminded me of Superior Spider-Man from the comics. I thought it was a
really cool vibe. Yeah, and they just
showed like other cos– I like how you brought up
the stealth suit, which is, you know, you can
tell Ryan loves the comics and loves bringing that
to life for the films. Yeah, I love getting to
see fans make cool stuff. Well, that’s not all. Spider-Man is put
through the ringer, and that means the actor who
portrays him also gets to have some exciting times on set. Check out this
behind the scenes look at how Tom Holland
performed the bridge stunt in “Spider-Man– Far from Home.” TOM HOLLAND: I was sitting on
the floor rigged to a ratchet, which is a machine
where I will zoom backwards and slam into a wall. And the SFX guy will
also click a button, which will dump thousands
of gallons of water on me. And you best believe they
didn’t heat the water. It was freezing.
– Whoa! It’s quite similar to
a cold shower actually. It is a cold shower. We can make it colder. You dare? So they go 3, 2, 1. Action. I zoom back, I
slam into the wall, and then all I hear is
the SFX guy go, sorry. And then the water
just went [SPLOOSHING].. [DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING] So we had to do
it a second time. SFX: 3, 2, 1. [PANTING] [LAUGHING] That was perfect. [BOOM] But it looks great. [WATER RUSHING] [GRUNTING] [LAUGHING] It’s good, isn’t it? Wicked. Did you clock how there
was Tom Holland’s stunt man right there wearing
the same outfit, going through the same thing? Kudos to all those people
doing that hard work. I know. They were like soaked, but they
were having such a great time even Tom, who
repeatedly over and over again had to do that stunt and
get slammed against the wall. Thankfully a lot of padding. It is very safe, but it looked
like a lot of fun actually. Yeah, and shout out
to the VFX team, who then takes out all the wires. Yeah. The magic of the movies. But if you haven’t
yet seen the film, spoiler warnings
ahead because we’re about to talk about
a major reveal. That is right. Mysterio has an epic
twist, and Jake Gyllenhaal gives us his take on
the mysterious allusions of Mysterio right now. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: He
uses the technology that he has developed to
create the idea of a Super Hero to essentially fool the
world and fool Peter Parker. What is it like some kind
of projector or something? Mysterio. You are so gullible. I mean, he’s smart as
a whip, just a sucker. So now all your
friends have to die. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: I
was really attracted to the idea of Mysterio as
an illusionist and to get into Spider-Man’s head to a
point where Spider-Man really wasn’t quite sure who
he was in the end, and I think that’s what
makes Mysterio so special. TOM HOLLAND: Jake is so
convincing as a nice guy that you just believe
him and you trust him, and that’s what
makes it even worse when you find out that he’s been
playing Peter this entire time. I give the world
someone to believe in. You need to wake up. It was my goal to try
and create a character that doesn’t leave you. And if I’ve done my
job, I think you’ll leave, look around
the corner, wondering maybe if Mysterio was there. [GRUNTING] I don’t know what’s real. Oh, man. I love all the comics
references that they’re able to put into the film. I mean, honestly
kudos to Jake Gyllenhaal for taking Mysterio, who is
such an iconic character, and we think of him as a villain
but making him so likable. It was really hard to
watch that twist happen. I know. I mean, watching it
over and over again as I’ve seen the movie
a bunch of times, I still like, oh, come on. You could be such a good guy. I know if only he would
have gotten those little bangs, the little– from the comic books when
he has the little bowl cut. RYAN PENAGOS: The bowl cut?
LORRAINE CINK: Yeah. All right, I cannot wait
to watch “Spider-Man: Far from Home” again. You guys can pick
it up on Blu-ray or download it on digital today. Now tell us your
favorite Spider-Man suit, whether it’s classic
Spidey, Night Monkey, or his upgraded costume
in #EarthsMightiestShow, and we’ll see you next time.
– I’m Lorraine. I’m Ryan. And this is Marvel. Yeah.

Tom Holland Debuts First Official Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer


MUSIC FROM FRENSHIP. BEFORE THE, THE TRAILER FOR THE SPIDERMAN MOVIE. I SAW THE TRAILERS. AT THE END OF IT. SO DELIGHTED. LOOKED AT MY WIFE, SITTING THERE, LOOKING LIKE, I MARRIED A 12-YEAR-OLD. I REALIZED THAT I FEEL THE SAME WAY ABOUT A NEW SPIDERMAN MOVIE AS SHE DOES ABOUT NEW SEASON OF THE BACHELOR EXCEPT THE ONLY DIFFERENCE AS I EXPLAINED TO MY WIFE TO DAY, DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SPIDERMAN AND THE BACHELOR IS WE KNOW WHAT HAPPENS IN SPIDERMAN ISN’T REAL. YOU UNDERSTAND? OKAY. SO IF YOU SAW CAPTAIN AMERICA CIVIL WAR YOU KNOW SPIDERMAN WAS THE BEST PART OF THE MOVIE. THE ACTOR WHO PLAYS WEB SLINGER, TOM HOLLAND, 20, SPIDERMAN HOME COMING TO CELEBRATE WE HAVE ASIMPLED AN ARMY OF SPIDERMEN OUTSIDE OF OUR BUILDING INCLUDING THE REAL ONE WE WILL MEET IF WE CAN FIGURE OUT WHICH ONE HE IS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, START YOUR ENGINES, IT’S TIME FOR THE RUNNING OF THE SPIDERMEN. SPIDERMEN COME ON OVER! [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>>Jimmy: LOOK AT THAT. [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ] . I MEAN — WHAT MORE COULD YOU DREAM OF? UH-OH. HERE THEY COME. ALL RIGHT. HI, SPIDERMEN. WOW. WOW. WOW, LOOK AT THIS. THEY’RE STILL COMING. LET’S GET EVERYONE IN HERE. ANYONE WHO IS SPIDERMAN — THERE’S MORE. IF IT’S POSSIBLE, THOSE ARE THE REALLY SLOW SPIDERMEN IN THE BACK. ALL RIGHT. SO I KNOW ONE OF YOU IS TOM HOLLAND. BUT, WE DON’T KNOW, ALL RIGHT, LET ME START RIGHT HERE. ARE YOU TOM HOLLAND. OOPS, SORRY. NO, YOU ARE NOT. NOT TOM HOLLAND. ARE YOU TOM HOLLAND. YOU ARE NOT. YOU ARE NOT. WHERE DID YOU COME FROM? WOW. YOU ARE DEFINITELY NOT TOM HOLLAND. YOU WERE HERE A MINUTE AGO. WHAT’S GOING ON, DRESS UP LIKE SPIDERMAN ON HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD?>>SOME TIMES I LIKE THE TIGHTS.>>Jimmy: SPEED THIS UP. CAN ANY OF YOU DO LOOK ANY FLIPS AND STUFF LIKE SPIDERMAN DOES.>>I CAN, JIMMY. I CAN.>>Jimmy: STEP FORWARD SEE. WHAT YOU CAN DO. YEAH, CLEAR THE PATH FOR THIS SPIDERMAN. WE’LL SEE IF THIS SPIDERMAN CAN INDEED. DO YOU MIND — DO YOU MIND IF I — IT’S TOM HOLLAND.>>Jimmy: THAT’S VERY IMPRESSIVE. I HAVE TO SAY. YOU DON’T ACTUALLY HAVE TO DO BACK FLIPS, YOURSELF, RIGHT, THEY WILL GET YOU A BACK FLIP GUY TO DO THAT?>>WELL, I KNOW THAT JIMMY, BUT I AM THE REAL SPIDERMAN.>>Jimmy: THAT’S TRUE. HE IS THE REAL SPIDERMAN. SHOULD WE WATCH THE TRAILER?>>I THINK THEY WAITED LONG ENOUGH.>>Jimmy: THE WORLD PREMIERE TRAILER FOR “SPIDERMAN HOMECOMING” IN THEATERS JULY 7th. ♪ ♪>>WHAT’S UP, GUYS? WAIT A MINUTE. YOU GUYS AREN’T THE REAL AVENGERS. I CAN TELL, HULK GIVES IT AWAY.>>THAT WAS AWESOME. ♪ ♪>>NO, YOU HAVE SEEN THAT BEFORE.>>THAT SKIRT.>>SHOULD PROBABLY STOP STARING BEFORE IT GETS CREEP YO THOUGH.>>YEAH.>>TOO LATE. YOU GUYS ARE LOSERS.>>SO TO BECOME AN AVENGER, ARE THERE TRIALS OR AN INTERVIEW.>>JUST DON’T DO ANYTHING I WOULD DO. DEFINITELY DON’T DO ANYTHING I WOULDN’T DO. THERE IS A GRAY AREA IN THERE, WHERE YOU OPERATE. NOT A HUG, JUST GRABBING THE DOOR FOR YOU. OKAY, KID, GOOD LUCK OUT THERE.>>LISTEN, I KNOW SCHOOL SUCKS.>>PETER, YOU STILL WITH US?>>YEAH, YEAH.>>I KNOW YOU WANT TO SAVE THE WORLD.>>BUT — YOU’RE NOT READY YET.>>YOU’RE THE SPIDERMAN.>>NO, I’M NOT. THIS IS JUST A COSTUME.>>YOU WERE ON THE CEILING.>>STAY CLOSE TO THE GROUND. AND STAY OUT OF TROUBLE. ♪ ♪>>FORGET THE FLYING MONSTER GUY. THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO HANDLE THIS SORT OF THING. SEQUESTEICK OF HIM TREATING ME LIKE A KID ALL THE TIME.>>BUT YOU ARE A KID.>>THIS IS MY CHANCE TO PROVE MYSELF.>>PETER, WHAT IS GOING ON WITH YOU?>>SORRY, I AM SO BUSY. I’M SLAMMED. >>DON’T MESS WITH ME. BECAUSE I WILL KILL YOU AND EVERYBODY YOU LOVE. ♪ ♪

Spidey & The Wasp Ruin Rhino’s Rampage! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Stomp and Listen | SHORT


Oh, hi. Excuse me, sir. I know you have important
pigeon things to do, but I’m trying to
practice a new move. Could you possibly
scoot over, please? Thank you. It’s important to speak up and
be clear about what you want. It’s a lesson I learned
when the wasp and I tried to save the city
from the evil Rhino. (crashing) Rhino got loose
from the lab and is on another one
of his Rhino rampages. You get the big guy. I’ll clear people
out of harm’s way. Hey, you Rhino,
remember me? What are you doing?
Anything interesting? (grunt) (thud) So this is where I say
something funny, you get mad, I web you up,
and then I win. Oh, maybe he
didn’t hear me. Guess we’ll have to
try another plan. That man is in Rhino’s path. Hey! This way!
Hurry! I might not be able to
get him to slow down, but this dump truck might. (growl) Hee-ya! (crash) I really thought
that would do it. We need another
way to stop Rhino. But now we need
to find him first. I’ve got a lock on him. He’s still running, but the
street in front of him is completely empty. So I’m clear to grab Rhino. Wait! It was completely empty. Now there’s a bus in the way
and people who could get hurt! This time, I’ll get
the people to safety. You slow down Rhino. (grunt) Hey! You! Hold it right there. (clanging) (grunt) That got his attention. I hope that was enough
time for Spidey to get the people
to safety. Hey, everybody. You need to leave before
Rhino gets here. Quick! Are you some street performer
dressed up like Spider-Man? No, I’m the actual Spider-man! You have to get out of the way! (click) Spidey! Get their
attention and warn them. I’m trying but
nobody listens to me. Ladies and gentlemen! If I can have your
attention, please. A rampaging rhino
villain has gotten loose and is about to come
down this street. So everyone needs to clear the
area until Spider-Man and I can recapture him. Thank you, everyone. Wow. You got them to listen. Since I’m tiny, people
don’t always hear me. Whenever I’m being ignored, I speak up and I’m clear
about what I want. You just gave me an idea. You were clear and the
people did what you said. We’ll do the same
thing to Rhino. Only this time,
we’ll be clear. So we can lead him
into a trap. Let’s do it! Stop! Rhino! I need you
to listen to me. You have to surrender
and stop your rampage. Did you hear what
Spidey said? He said you need to
give yourself up and go back into custody. (angry growl) Yep, I think
he heard us! (angry growl) Wet cement! That
should do it. I think you’re right. C’mon Rhino, this way! (angry growl) (cheering) I was so sure I knew the
best way to stop Rhino. But I didn’t, and
he almost got away. Thankfully, Wasp showed me that
the best way to get someone to listen is to be clear
about what you want. That gave me the idea
to save those tourists by tricking Rhino. A big adventure with
my best small friend. Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

Trailer REACTION: Ant-Man and the Wasp


hey what’s up everybody? today I’m here
to react to the official trailer of ant-man the wasp, it was published by
Marvel Entertainment this morning or sometime today. however I just got home a
little while ago and now I am here and I have the chance to sit down and watch
and react to it. so let’s check this out! where’s the trailer? okay I’m gonna play
it and ready and I bamm How long have you been ant-man a gain? you know, it just sort of happened I wish I could fight bad guys like you I seem to mess it up almost every time Maybe you just need someone watching your back there you go, she’s cool! like a partner I like her! I actually heard what happened to you. walks through walls and stuff, stole some tech, and now supposed to take over the world or whatever! you believe that in your
hour of need you would turn to us. Not me cause we robbed you remember, that’s us teaming up yeah! you better follow her
lead, she’s way too cool for him, she seems intense you go low, I go high. I have wings, why would I go low? good point We are gonna die I don’t wanna die….We didn’t die!!! what’d I miss we were just tiny….. Ant-man and the wasp….. I was partner with Hank on a project called Goliat.h how big did you
get? my record 21 feet in 65 feet 65 if you two are finished comparing sizes! 65 –
that’s a Lois Lane saying right there, she said
that on one of the other film, oops I just pressed a different video yeah it
seems pretty cool . to be very honest with you ant- men it’s not as far as the
character go, my favorite character however he does have very cool
powers, and some funny lines. I guess so yes it seems interesting it’s gonna be
action-packed but to be honest with you
after Infinity war I guess the only thing that we really want to see next is part two, so we want to see how that movie is gonna end up and
then after Thanos you know it’s gonna be very hard to have a villain that will be
as menacing and as threatening but I don’t know I mean kind of follow
the same Marvel formula with the jokes and yeah I have to watch it
and see how the story is gonna go I think
Evangeline is actually my favorite character, I think that this might be okay
obviously I need to wait to check it out I didn’t think that the
trailer was super exciting or anything that it was like whoa I really am dying
to watch this film but I think it’s gonna be fine
no I’m definitely gonna check it out and see what I’m gonna think about it
but anyways, what do you think about it? you like ant-man ? are you expecting, are
you really really excited for this film? let me know your thoughts on the
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Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham | EXCLUSIVE Animated Short | Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse!


[no audible dialogue] [inhales]
Ah. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. Don’t worry, people. It’s 100% beef. -[bell dings]
-I’m lying. Nothing’s gonna get in the way
of me eating this hot dog. What am I, pulled pork? What… What? I’ve been pig-napped. So glad you could make it
to my pig roast, Spider-Ham. Prepare to be honey “glasered.” Do you have any last words? Why, yes, I do. -You won’t get away with this!
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. Oh, no, you won’t. Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. And if you’ll excuse me,
I’ve got a hot dog to eat. [growls] No one tricks me, not I,
the intellectual genius, Dr. Craw-daddy. Weird name.
I wonder if it could use a little work. Oh, really? I tango with guys like Annihil-ape,
Goose Cannon, The Majestic Cara-boom, Cyber Billy Goat, Rene-gator,
Baked Clam-urai, Tortoise Bombshell, Tele-canary, WM-bees,
Nuclear Boar-head, guys like that. You wanna run with the big hogs,
you gotta nail that pun or you’re done. Now let’s see here. The Craw-ster, Scare-craw, Craw Maga,
that’s pretty good. Uh, I think I like the first one better. -I don’t know.
-I got it! -How about Dr. Crawfish, Attorney-at-Craw?
-Hmm. -[grunts]
-[gasps] It was just a first pass. [screaming] [yelps] -Enough hogwash!
-Now you’re getting it. Hold it! Am I crazy, or is this the same room
we were just in? Yeah, we ran out of money, so I just figured we’d have
every room look the same. Huh. Hiyah! Whoa! [battle cry] [wailing] [yelping] Well, you mess with the Ham,
you get the hammer. Now, that hot dog must be getting cold. What is that? What is that! I demand full-screen treatment. Whoa! [panting] Hey, I’m standing here! Didn’t you tell your experiments
that it’s rude to point, Dr. Ding-Dong? Whoa! Ow, ow, ow!
Ow, ow, ow, ow! Hey, guys.
Calibrate your screen every now and then. Ow, ow, ow! My outlines. My outlines. My outlines! Oh! Okay. Nobody look. That’s better. Boy, that was weird. What? A portal
to another movie’s timeline? I hope I haven’t missed
the first 62 minutes! All I wanted was a hot dog! [Porker] Oh, come on.

Spider-Man Artists from the 1990s! | This Week in Marvel

Spider-Man Artists from the 1990s! | This Week in Marvel


[MUSIC PLAYING] Hello, Marvelites. You’re watching This Week in
Marvel, and I’m Ryan, a.k.a. Agent M. And I’m C.B. Cebulski,
the Editor-in-Chief. And so we’ve been doing
these episodes all year long, celebrating Marvel’s
80th anniversary here on This Week in Marvel. Looking back at
different decades and different themes and
artists and all kinds of stuff. So for the 1990s, we
wanted to, one, look at Spider-Man, because
it’s a very important decade for the web slinger. Exactly. But two, we wanted to look
at some of the artists there. And so one of the fun
things that I did, was I looked at every
single artist who drew an issue of the
four core Spider-Man titles throughout the 1990s– which is wild,
because Spider-Man had four ongoing series for
a good chunk of the decade. We wanted to share
with you guys the five most prolific Spider-Man
artists of the 1990s. Yeah. It’s a great list. It is, it is. It’s specifically looking
at those four core titles– no annuals, no bonuses, no– Back up stories. Yeah. It’s just the main
pencillers, and seeing how many stories that they’ve done. And you may be going, OK, great. Todd McFarlane’s going
to be right in there. You’d be wrong. One of the most noted
artists of the generation– in the history of Spider-Man– but the bulk of his
work came in the ’80s. Yeah. 28 issues with
Spider-Man in the ’80s. Only– I say only– 15 in the ’90s. 15 of the most incredible– and
they’re great and wonderful, we love them. We will talk about them
on the audio version, but he only does 15. So the top five. Number five is Erik Larsen. Erik comes in with 27 issues. A lot of them on
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, and he finishes off with the
adjectiveless SPIDER-MAN title. But some really great stuff. Yep. And you know, Erik’s been back
doing some stuff for Marvel recently. And we hope to see
more from him– maybe some Spider-Man
soon, so we can continue to add to his number. Yes. At number four, John Romita Jr. CB CEBULSKI: A legend.
RYAN PENAGOS: Yeah. And John Romita Jr–
we talked about him a bunch for the
’80s when we were talking about UNCANNY X-MEN. Of course, he has a lot of
work with Spidey in the 2000s. But in the ’90s, has 46 issues
of Spider-Man that he draws. 32 of them for SPIDER-MAN
and 11 more for PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN, and a couple
odds and ends across that. All right. Number three, here we go– Alex Saviuk. Alex– great work. He actually starts his run on
WEB OF SPIDER-MAN in the 1980s. Similar to Todd
McFarlane, he does 21 issues of WEB OF SPIDER-MAN
in the ’80s, but then 50 of them– 50 issues of Spider-Man on
WEB OF SPIDER-MAN in the ’90s. It’s incredible work. All right. Number two, someone we love. Still doing a ton of
amazing work for us– Mark Bagley. Bags. RYAN PENAGOS: Gotta
love Mark Bagley. Comes in with 59
issues of Spider-Man– 57 of them on Amazing. And is, really,
one of the artists I think of when I
think of Spider-Man. He’s– you know,
my first AMAZING SPIDER-MAN issues were either
McFarlane, Larsen, or Bagley. I have very specific memories
of Mark’s work on Spider-Man. And then it comes back a
decade later, which we might talk about in a future podcast. Starts on ULTIMATE
SPIDER-MAN, and sets a record for most consecutive
issues of a comic book with Brian Bendis
on that series. Yeah.
Incredible. Legendary stuff. All right, but who’s number one? Well, Sal Buscema. 75 issues. That is wild. C.B. CEBULSKI: Unheard of. Amazing. He also– as we were
talking about, some of them had issues in the ’80s. 28 issues of SPECTACULAR
SPIDER-MAN in the ’80s, going then into 75
issues of SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN in the ’90s. And these were long runs. It’s not like,
scattered throughout. Its, I think, 51 issues
and 24 issues in a row. Something like that. It is wild. And on the audio version we
read issue number 200, which is such a stunning
issue and, really, shows the level of storytelling
and incredible work that Sal has. You know, and a lot of people
say that these are artists. But in this case,
Sal is a storyteller. He is one of the best. And you could take all the words
out of a lot of those issues and still fully understand
what all those characters are going through, emotionally
and physically, without the balloons. So he’s just one of the best. Incredible stuff all around. We have a lot more to talk
about on the audio version of This Week in Marvel–
our ’90s special edition. So make sure you check that out
whenever you get your audio. We’ll be back with
another episode soon. I’m Ryan.
– And I’m C.B. And this is Marvel. Your universe. Thwip. [MUSIC PLAYING]