One of the most interesting Spiderman concepts is the Civil War Spiderman comic book series by Steve Englehart and David Micheals. The Spiderman Civil War storyline has Spiderman pitted against the antagonists of the Civil War such as Iron Man, Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier. The Spiderman Civil War art featured on the cover of the comics have given us a first look into what the future of Spiderman was going to be. You can check out the many Spiderman concept art images in the Spiderman Civil War section of the Marvel Comics website. The images take us into the world of the Civil War with Spiderman pitted against the Confederate soldiers who are attempting to free the slaves that were taken from him during the Civil War.
One of the more interesting elements of the Civil War Spiderman comic book series is that Spiderman has several followers in the Civil War. A couple of them include the Black Hood and some Spiderman villains. There are also several battles between Spiderman and the enemy known as the Redback. It is interesting to see Spiderman and his allies battling the forces of the Confederates. The battles are quite amazing with lots of action taking place while at the same time some humor occurs.
The Black Hood is one of the Spiderman villains that was introduced in the late sixties up to early seventies. The Black Hood was a woman who dressed like a masked lady who had a penchant for committing crimes. The Spiderman comic book series featured the Black Hood who often took over an old orphanage that had been left by her sister. With the help of a mysterious spider that was part of the spider man fantasy universe the Black Hood attempted to take over the Spiderman household until Spiderman exposed her secret identity.
The Redback is another of the many Spiderman villains that made their debut in the comics during the Civil War era. This villain had a robotic arm that was much like a spider web shooter. He was one of the most formidable opponents Spiderman faced throughout the comic book world. Many artists have created concept art pieces that feature the Redback.
The Green Goblin is a fictional character that made his comic book debut in the Amazing Spiderman comic book series. The character has a tricky webs using an insectoid pattern that he used to shoot webbing shot spiders from his wrists. While many assumed that the character was purely a villain the idea of the Green Goblin being part of Spiderman’s supporting cast came into being as many assumed that the Green Goblin could also fly.
Spiderman and the X-Men: Civil War saw the introduction of many new spider fighting villains. One of these was Electro who used electric shock to stun those who were not worthy of his passage. He was defeated however many believed he would always be a thorn in Spiderman’s side. There have been many concept drawings of Electro and most of them have him holding a gun or swinging on a log. Other depictions of Electro show the spider man tackling the villain with a high impact kick.
One of the most memorable scenes in the Spiderman movies and comics is the battle between the Spiderman and the Hulk. The battle was very graphic and in the comic book version the Hulk was even given a serum that turned him into a green menace known as the Green Monster. Many fan artists have made numerous Spiderman Concept art pieces that feature the evil green monster alongside Spiderman. Some are quite humorous while others show the terrifying ability the green monster had when battling Spiderman.
One of the more popular pieces of Spiderman Art has been created by fans who enjoy drawing Spiderman. This type of artwork is often humorous and can portray many different takes on this beloved comic book and superhero. As with any type of fan art it is up to the artist as to how much of the real story is included within the drawing. Often a piece of Spiderman art will show Spiderman swinging on a log or swinging away from a fight with the Hulk. The funny thing about this is that in the comics there really wasn’t much of a fight between the two super heroes. It was simply a matter of time before Peter Parker got his own spider web piece.