Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.
Charges against a costumed Spider-Man accused of slugging a police officer in Times Square have been dismissed after prosecutors decided not to pursue them.
Don’t be surprised if you see people wandering the streets in strange costumes—Comic Con has hit Manhattan and it’s a wild scene.
The NYPD said two men, one dressed as Batman and another dressed as Spider-Man, were arrested after a brawl with another man at the Crossroads of the World.
The aggressive behavior of some costumed characters in Times Square has left many people feeling that ‘there oughta be a law.’
A costumed Spider-Man accused of slugging a police officer in Times Square says its superhero and comic characters are key ingredients of the flavor of the Crossroads of the World.
The calls for regulating costumed street performers have grown louder after police said five masked characters were arrested in Times Square over the weekend.
On Saturday night, a man dressed as Spider-Man wound up in cuffs after he allegedly assaulted a police officer following a dispute with a woman.
A man dressed as Spider-Man has been charged with assaulting a police officer following a dispute with a woman in Times Square.
Phillip Williams, who dresses up as the superhero, was convicted Wednesday of harassing a woman in a Times Square spat.
Philip Williams is accused of hitting a passer-by who didn’t tip him for posing for a photo with her children in February 2013.
Read an excerpt of Song Of Spider-Man, by Glen Berger, for all the details of the infamous Broadway play Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.
“Spider-Man” will be ending its run on Broadway in January, according to multiple published reports Monday night.
The “Amazing Spider-Man” is now more welcome in Brooklyn.
The blockbuster Hollywood sequel has already started filming around the area, but upcoming plans to swing through Brooklyn are under fire.